A/I :: Home NSA slides explain the PRISM data-collection program A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace by John Perry Barlow <email@example.com> Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather. We have no elected government, nor are we likely to have one, so I address you with no greater authority than that with which liberty itself always speaks. Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. You have not engaged in our great and gathering conversation, nor did you create the wealth of our marketplaces. You claim there are problems among us that you need to solve. Cyberspace consists of transactions, relationships, and thought itself, arrayed like a standing wave in the web of our communications. We are creating a world that all may enter without privilege or prejudice accorded by race, economic power, military force, or station of birth. Davos, Switzerland
The CIA and Acid | Carpe Noctem - Seize the NightCarpe Noctem – Seize the Night LSD was invented in Switzerland by Albert Hofmann, a researcher for Sandoz pharmaceuticals. The CIA was on to acid long before the flower children. It did not spontaneously appear among the youth of the Western world as a gift from the God of Getting’ High. So, for that matter, were upstanding citizens like Time-Life magnate Henry Luce and his wife, Clare Boothe Luce, who openly sang the praises of their magical mystery tours during the early sixties. While the cognoscenti had the benefit of tuned-in physicians, other psychedelic pioneers took their first trips as part of CIA-controlled research studies. At least one person committed suicide after becoming an unwitting subject of a CIA LSD test, crashing through a high-story plate-glass window in a New York hotel as his Agency guardian watched. MK-ULTRA was the code name the CIA used for its program directed at gaining control over human behavior through “covert use of chemical and biological materials,” as proposed by Richard Helms.
The Tin Hat | Simple Online Privacy Guides and Tutorials How the NSA's Domestic Spying Program Works The NSA’s domestic spying program, known in official government documents as the “President’s Surveillance Program,” ("The Program") was implemented by President George W. Bush shortly after the attacks on September 11, 2001. The US Government still considers the Program officially classified, but a tremendous amount of information has been exposed by various whistleblowers, admitted to by government officials during Congressional hearings and with public statements, and reported on in investigations by major newspaper across the country. Our NSA Domestic Spying Timeline has a full list of important dates, events, and reports, but we also want to explain—to the extent we understand it—the full scope of the Program and how the government has implemented it. In the weeks after 9/11, President Bush authorized the National Security Agency (NSA) to conduct a range of surveillance activities inside the United States, which had been barred by law and agency policy for decades.
JStylo-Anonymouth - PSAL From PSAL The JStylo and Anonymouth integrated open-source project (JSAN) resides on GitHub. What is JSAN? JSAN is a writing style analysis and anonymization framework. It consists of two parts: JStylo - authorship attribution framework Anonymouth - authorship evasion (anonymization) framework JStylo is used as an underlying feature extraction and authorship attribution engine for Anonymouth, which uses the extracted stylometric features and classification results obtained through JStylo and suggests users changes to anonymize their writing style. Details about JSAN: Use Fewer Instances of the Letter "i": Toward Writing Style Anonymization. Tutorial JSAN tutorial: Presented at 28c3 video Download Downloads: If you use JStylo and/or Anonymouth in your research, please cite: Andrew McDonald, Sadia Afroz, Aylin Caliskan, Ariel Stolerman and Rachel Greenstadt. If you use the corpus in your research, please cite: Michael Brennan and Rachel Greenstadt. Developers
Millions of Americans installing 'perfect spying device' in their own living rooms: Amazon Fire TV monitors and records your conversations - NaturalNews.com Tuesday, July 15, 2014by Mike Adams, the Health RangerTags: Amazon Fire TV, audio surveillance, perfect spying device (NaturalNews) Amazon.com is building the CIA's new $600 million data center, reports the Financial Times. (1) At the same time Amazon.com is building this massive cloud computing infrastructure for the CIA, the company is also shipping millions of Fire TV set-top devices to customers who are placing them in their private homes. I have one myself, and it's a terrific piece of hardware for delivering Prime video content. In fact, in terms of its usability and specs, it's far superior to Roku or Netflix-capable devices. Fire TV is, hands down, the best set-top video delivery device on the market today. But there's something about it that always struck me as odd: it has no power button. This is highly unusual and apparently done by design. So far, you might not be convinced this is anything to write home about, but there's much more to this story. And guess what?
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MIT Updates Wi-Fi Tech That Can Track You Through Walls Kevin SamsonActivist Post One of the hallmarks of technology is dual-use capability. It is for this reason that we are softened up with all of the benefits, before being introduced to the darker side. Technology has always been a double-edged sword, but we are witnessing a closure in the gap between good and bad as technology is now advancing at a much higher rate of speed in tandem with a growing global police state. A few months ago, I remember seeing a story about how a new microwave device could see through rubble to detect the beating heart of people trapped under a collapsed building. I immediately thought, wow that's a good thing ... ohhhh, wait a minute. And here comes the dark side. The enhancement of Wi-Fi is being labeled WiTrack. WiTrack employs radio signals to pinpoint a person's location more accurately. WiTrack operates by tracking specialized radio signals reflected off a person's body to pinpoint location and movement. Here is a video demonstration of how this operates:
U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement Photo WASHINGTON — Leslie James Pickering noticed something odd in his mail last September: a handwritten card, apparently delivered by mistake, with instructions for postal workers to pay special attention to the letters and packages sent to his home. “Show all mail to supv” — supervisor — “for copying prior to going out on the street,” read the card. “It was a bit of a shock to see it,” said Mr. As the world focuses on the high-tech spying of the National Security Agency, the misplaced card offers a rare glimpse inside the seemingly low-tech but prevalent snooping of the United States Postal Service. Mr. Together, the two programs show that postal mail is subject to the same kind of scrutiny that the National Security Agency has given to telephone calls and e-mail. The mail covers program, used to monitor Mr. The Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program was created after the anthrax attacks in late 2001 that killed five people, including two postal workers. Mr. Mr. Mr.