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Posts Tagged ‘communications

Privacy of communications and entrapment of terrorists

March 24, 2012

Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi writes: Americans … should be concerned by the repeated entrapment of so-called terrorists, first of all because the process reveals that our private communications are no longer very private. Second, the law enforcement use of a planted informant to encourage and enable someone to commit a crime used to be […]

The NSA’s Big Brother Database

October 12, 2009

On a remote edge of Utah’s dry and arid high desert, where temperatures often zoom past 100 degrees, hard-hatted construction workers with top-secret clearances are preparing to build what may become America’s equivalent of Jorge Luis Borges’s “Library of Babel,” a place where the collection of information is both infinite and at the same time […]