How the “all-seeing-eye” keeps watch over its subjects

Government could use metadata to map your every move

A once-obscure technical term that’s become one of Washington’s hottest new buzzwords, as the authorities power of surveillance grows ever more intrusive

French agency spies on phone calls, email, web use, paper says

First U.S. and British intelligence were exposed for widespread surveillance of their civil populations Now France’s external intelligence agency has been found to have been involved in exactly the same. Suggesting it is now routine in the West

U.S. taps half-billion German phone, internet links in month: report

Snowden’s latest disclosures reveal widespread U.S. surveillance of private citizens not only in the U.S. but allied countries too

Obama’s informants

Obama’s informants

President Obama recently told an audience that torture and detention policies “ran counter to the rule of law”. So why are his policies still centred round torture, surveillance and detention?

Top China paper hits back at U.S. accusations on Snowden

China’s top state newspaper praised NSA whistleblower on Tuesday for “tearing off Washington’s sanctimonious mask”

UK tapping Europe’s data flows is like ‘Hollywood nightmare’ – Germany

“The UK has a huge dog in this fight,” whistleblower claims. “They [GCHQ] are worse than the US”

Hong Kong lets Snowden leave in move bound to infuriate U.S.

Whistleblower leaves on commercial flight to Moscow but says the Russian capitol is not the final destination

GCHQ: the British government's listening post in Cheltenham. Click to enlarge

GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications

Big Brother really is watching you. NSA whistleblower reveals Britain’s intelligence agencies trawl through vast amounts of web and phone traffic and shares what they find with U.S. counterparts

Edward Snowden’s live Q&A: eight things we learned

Key points from an interview with whistleblower reveal a man disillusioned with where US politicians are taking America and disappointed with media’s coverage of his revelations

Under construction, Canada's new $880 million domestic spying HQ in Ottawa, new infrastructure for a new world police state.

NWO Police State Infrastructure Emerging

As this earlier article reveals, Ed Snowden’s revelations came as no surprise to students of the NWO Conspiracy

The principle archetype of the modern surveillance state as envisaged by Freemasons centuries ago. Click to enlarge

A Story of Surveillance

In the light of Edward Snowdon’s disclosures this old report is still highly relevant, as it reveals that the all-seeing eye of the surveillance state has been taking shape for years now

Opposition, privacy watchdog question spy agency’s metadata collection

Widespread domestic surveillance has not been confined to the U.S.. It has been happening in Canada too

27 Edward Snowden Quotes About U.S. Government Spying That Should Send A Chill Up Your Spine

“Even if you’re not doing anything wrong, you’re being watched and recorded”.

Re: I believe the government should be allowed to view my e-mails, tap my phone calls, and view my web history for national security concerns

A reader sent this in and in view of the growing power of the surveillance state it has ominous significance

Russia ready to consider asylum for NSA whistleblower Snowden

Russia ready to consider asylum for NSA whistleblower Snowden

As the journalist who exposed the classified US surveillance programs leaked by Snowden, said more ‘significant information’ will be revealed shortly

Alleged US security officials said NSA leaker, journalist should be ‘disappeared’ – report

U.S. officials and government increasingly resemble totalitarian regimes: corrupt, arrogant and ruthless

Israeli Involvement in NSA Spying

Israeli involvement revealed as more is learned about the mammoth U.S. domestic surveillance operation. As Stephen Lendman explains, freedom is heading for the dustbin of history

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Click to enlarge

Edward Snowdon – Whistleblower Who Exposed PRISM

“I don’t want to be part of a society that does these sort of things”. Includes video

Web inventor Berners-Lee warns forces are ‘trying to take control’

The inventor of the World Wide Web warns that some are trying to silence the open discourse the Internet has opened

How Google, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo and AOL are all blatantly lying to their own users in denying NSA spy grid scheme

How Google, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo and AOL are all blatantly lying to their own users in denying NSA spy grid scheme

Yet we can’t video tape police on public streets because that’s somehow breaking “wiretapping” laws.