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Watch "bombshell: 100% proof Obama violated 4th amendment - special prosecutor needed NOW" on YouTube

20170524-2217. Off-topic thoughts. There’s no violation, you weenies! Here’s why. On or about 3/24/2017 the following happened:

DAL: What do you want outta this?

Evil Kitty: I want her to stop her bad behavior. 378 palabras más

Flynnspaws

Home security

A knock besmote my door last night
— the first for seven years —
a clamorous cacophany that still echoes in my ears.

I loosed the dogs… 39 palabras más

FISA Court Finds "Serious Fourth Amendment Issue" In Obama's "Widespread" Illegal Searches Of American Citizens

A newly released court order from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) found that the National Security Agency, under former President Obama, routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the problems until the final days before Donald Trump was elected president last fall.  136 palabras más

Who Are the Shadow Brokers?

What is—and isn’t—known about the mysterious hackers leaking National Security Agency secrets.

Source: Who Are the Shadow Brokers?

Cyber Warfare

How Facebook Flouts Holocaust Denial Laws Except Where It Fears Being Sued

Leaked guidelines for moderators also reveal refugees are not protected by hate speech rules because they are a ‘hot topic’

Facebook’s policies on Holocaust denial will come under fresh scrutiny following the leak of documents that show moderators are being told not to remove this content in most of the countries where it is illegal. 146 palabras más

Techdirt: Boston Globe Blocks Readers Using Privacy Modes In Browsers

Techdirt: Boston Globe Blocks Readers Using Privacy Modes In Browsers. “…people generally like to use privacy and incognito modes in their browsers for the very reasons the browsers developed them: security and privacy. 38 palabras más

Security & Legal Issues

Federal Court Revives Wikimedia’s Challenge to N.S.A. Surveillance

An appeals court ruling on warrantless internet surveillance raises the chances that the Supreme Court could one day scrutinize the issue.

Source: Federal Court Revives Wikimedia’s Challenge to N.S.A. Surveillance

Information Security & Protection