Mac Slavo | The frustration and anger in America are growing.
UK Daily Mail | It sounds like science fiction but many new TVs can watch you – telling advertisers your favourite shows or even filming you on the sofa. And there’s no off switch!
CNN | From fighting terrorism to processing payments in the blink of an eye, facial recognition is set to change our ideas on privacy.
Washington Times | A drivers’ advocacy group is decrying the latest expansion of the District’s automated traffic enforcement program.
The Hartford Courant | An 11-month investigation could not determine a motive in the second-deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
RT | US and British intelligence officials say they are concerned about a “doomsday” collection of highly classified, heavily encrypted materials.
Prison Planet.com | Jakari Jackson is joined by a round table of Infowars crew members who were on the scene for JFK memorial coverage.
Courthouse News | European countries violate privacy rights if they lack laws on the books that prohibit secret videotaping or picture taking, the European Court of Human Rights ruled.
CNet | A Miami convenience store owner is fed up with his employees and customers being allegedly harassed by police. So he installs surveillance video to get evidence against the local cops.
New American | The United Nations is proud of the impact it is having on all levels of public and private education in the United States.
New American | Government isn’t content to control public behavior, it is now clamping down on how citizens act at home, as well.
Paul Fassa | The mainstream media (MSM) usually lamely refers to GMO issues as an undecided debate or controversy.
Daily Caller | The letter describes the field trip as part of a “statutory requirement” for kids “to learn about different cultures.”
Twitchy | Several groups have signed letters protesting the White House’s ban on photographers.
Adan Salazar | Reveals how dangerously close decorated veteran came to losing his life in an altercation with Temple PD.
The Washington Times | Newspaper accuses feds of unlawful search and seizure.
London Telegraph | Global democracy is under threat from countries seeking to silence free speech and monitor their citizens, the inventor of the world wide web has claimed.
New American | A congressman other than Justin Amash has come out against the indefinite detention provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
Mikael Thalen | Fourth grade students in Dupo, Illinois are being told that all white voters were unlikely to vote for a black president due to racism.
Adan Salazar | Fact that man possessed no drugs did not stop police from arresting him.
Mikael Thalen | An Oregon farmer filed suit against the Oregon Department of Agriculture Tuesday, in hopes to remove state law that bans the advertisement of raw milk to the public.
Vigliant Citizen | Ever since her untimely death at the young age of 32, Brittany Murphy’s father Angelo Bertolotti has been claiming that his daughter was murdered.
Business Insider | While the news out of Canada may be focused on Toronto at the moment, an even stranger story has come out from the West Coast: Vancouver has banned doorknobs.
Cory Doctorow | TV has a hidden, undocumented setting to switch off collection of viewing habits.
Prison Planet.com | Tyranny Watch covers the many ways you can involuntarily get caught up in the giant NSA SPY Net.
Prison Planet.com | A listener of The Alex Jones Radio show called the TSA to confirm.
CNS News | The technology constantly broadcasts via radio wave the car’s location, direction, speed and, possibly, even the number of passengers it is carrying.
Prison Planet.com | Bashir has apologized for suggesting Palin be subjected to a disgusting punishment for making a comparison between the national debt and enslavement.
London Telegraph | Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer says additional layers of security will be added following Edward Snowden leaks.
RT | Human rights groups are sounding alarms as Western firms sell mass surveillance technology in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Washington’s Blog | Former Presidents and Vice Presidents Agree: Mass Surveillance Is Destroying Our Country.
Michael Snyder | You may find what is happening at one Wal-Mart in Ohio very hard to believe.
NY Times | A reporter for Bloomberg News who worked on an unpublished article about China was suspended last week by managers.
Daily Caller | Police officers in Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan, recorded humiliating videos of black men in Detroit and texted the videos to friends, according to a recent news story.
RT | A UK spy agency infiltrated international hotel booking systems for some three years.
Carlos Miller | For more than eight long minutes, Raymond Rodden was allowed to stand on a public sidewalk and video record a woman going through a sobriety test with a Tucson police officer.
The Crime Report | Although the device is supposed to vibrate when activated from Utah, the feature could be turned on without warning.
Reuters | Activist hackers linked to the collective known as Anonymous have secretly accessed U.S. government computers in multiple agencies.
Elizabeth Renter | Critics say the Minamata Convention didn’t go far enough, and suspect that those in attendance may have helped sway the treaty in their favor.
Prison Planet.com | Facing growing outrage from Americans, President Barack Obama reversed course.
London Guardian | A “vengeful, spiteful act” designed to put a chill on politically-motivated hacking.
Bloomberg | Federal regulators say their fittings might taint drinking water with lead.
London Independent | Anger mounts at ‘shockingly open-ended’ Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Privacy may not be a “right” in the libertarian sense, but it is as necessary as sunshine, friends, and music to being a happy, healthy human.
New American | A recent report indicates that intelligence gathered at precincts-cum-surveillance-centers will be shared among all levels of law enforcement.
Mike Adams | Beware of presidents who claim absolute power over Congress.
London Telegraph | ‘Killer Robots’ could be made illegal if campaigners in Geneva succeed in persuading a UN committee, meeting on Thursday and Friday, to open an investigation into their development.
Steve Watson | A 32 percent jump in requests for user data just in the last year; NSA surveillance stats remain under FISA gag order.
McClatchy | U.S. agencies collected and shared the personal information of thousands of Americans in an attempt to root out untrustworthy federal workers.
bizpacreview.com | Chuck Norris has taken his famous roundhouse kick and planted one straight to the face of Common Core