January 7, 2014 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | When it comes to suspicionless snooping and collection of our electronic data, the NSA is far from the only federal agency with their prying eyes in the game. Perhaps the most under-reported and least understood of these agencies is Customs and Border Protection, and the staggering authority…
September 24, 2013 in TOR Radio
TOR Radio #62 | The deadly siege in Nairobi, Kenya – blowback or state-sponsored terror? Chemical weapons deal between U.S., Russia, and Syria to be used as “backdoor” toward authorizing an attack; the NSA, intelligence contractors, and the coming Cyber War; warrantless surveillance, and much more.
September 12, 2013 in TOR Radio
TOR Radio #54 | The NSA’s relationship with Israel’s “Unit 8200,” outsourcing the spygame to “third parties” like Converse, VERINT, and NARUS, the Michael Hastings-Barrett Brown connection, their research into these global surveillance networks, and their targeting by the federal government.
August 30, 2013 in TOR Radio
TOR Radio #45 | Joined by former NSA intelligence analyst and whistleblower, Russ Tice, we discuss the true nature of the NSA’s domestic surveillance program, specific “high value targets,” the so-called “black budget,” the relationship between NSA and companies like Google, and much more.