Mass Surveillance

“Breathtaking and Terrifying”: UN Partners With CIA-Funded Palantir

TOPICS:CIAHuman RightsJessica CorbettSurveillanceUnited Nations February 7, 2019 By Jessica Corbett (CD) — The CIA-funded California software firm Palantir Technologies and the World Food Program (WFP) have announced a five-year $45 million partnership that data privacy and human rights advocates are describing as …

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“Real Time Crime Centers” to Spy on Motorists

TOPICS:MassPrivateIPolicesmart technologySurveillance February 5, 2019 By MassPrivateI Not content with Real Time Crime Centers (RTCC) forcing businesses to spy on customers in real-time, Homeland Security has now decided to use RTCCs to spy on motorists …

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The TSA (And Other Experiments In Evil)

TOPICS:James Corbettmind controlTSA February 2, 2019 By corbettreport In 1961, a psychologist conducted an experiment demonstrating how ordinary men and women could be induced to inflict torture on complete strangers merely because an authority figure …

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