Government Surveillance

Delingpole: Welcome to Stasi Surveillance Britain…

If you’ve seen The Lives of Others, the Oscar-winning movie set in Communist East Germany, you’ll know how constrictive and oppressive it was living in a surveillance state where the authorities monitored your every move.


Big Brother: Police Scotland Call for Centralised, National HD CCTV System

Police Scotland are again pushing to unify Scottish Closed-Circuit TeleVision (CCTV) cameras into a single, centrally-controlled national network of High Definition (HD) cameras. Calling the present decentralised network of cameras that are controlled and run locally outdated and unreliable, Police


EU Uses Fear of Terror to Expand its Surveillance Powers

Over growing fears of Islamist terror attacks, the EU is exploiting public fear to expand its surveillance capabilities. This conceited effort to override current national co-operation is not the solution. MEP’s have now passed a resolution which will expand the

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Is Twitter Tipping Off Terrorists Over Government Spying?

Britain’s counter-terror law boss has blasted internet giants like Twitter in a major report this week because they are unwilling to cooperate in terrorism investigations – and may even warn terror suspects they are being spied on. Senior lawyer David Anderson

Anti-Government Protesters Clash With Pro-Mubarak Demonstrators

Jeb: I’m ‘Nervous’ About NSA Criticism, Obama Should Defend NSA

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush stated that he is “nervous” about criticism of the NSA and that he wished the president would do a better job defending government surveillance systems on Monday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.” Bush said that lone wolf

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Rand Paul’s Response to Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) delivers a response to President Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address. Senator Paul prescribes several policy changes for the federal government, including congressional term limits, tax cuts, and free-market healthcare reform.

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