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Showing posts with label spying. Show all posts
Showing posts with label spying. Show all posts

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Pentagon makes Pokemon a No-Go

Perhaps the fears that Pokemon Go's use of Google maps to surveil players and where they travel is not too far fetched because a memo released from July 19 shows that the Pentagon has ordered its employees to desist from downloading the APP to their phones out of fear that the game could be used by foreign intelligence services to spy on them.


An anonymous source within the Pentagon released the contents of the memo to the Washington Post, which declared that the game "poses a potential a security risk to secure and sensitive facilities.”

The U.S. government just threw another log on the fire, adding to the blaze of paranoia it’s been generating around the nation’s newest threat — foreign cyber attacks. In a memo sent out July 19, Pentagon employees were told to keep Pokemon Go off their phones to prevent spying by foreign countries. 
According the The Washington Times, an anonymous source told Inside the Ring the memorandum “warned all officials and defense contractors that playing Pokemon Go, the hugely popular Japanese video game, poses a potential a security risk to secure and sensitive facilities.” 
The hugely popular augmented reality game, an app downloaded and played on smartphones, took the world by storm in the beginning of July as millions scrambled to capture little digital creatures within days of its launch. According to the Pentagon’s source, security concerns quickly arose: 
“Pokemon Go uses the Global Positioning System satellite network for maps of areas around the handheld mobile devices that utilize the application. Pentagon security officials are concerned the data obtained playing the game could provide pinpoint accuracy on the locations of rooms and other sensitive facilities where secrets are stored. The game also could provide personal data on Pentagon officials with access to secrets, information that could be used in cyber attacks or spying recruitment attempts. Pokemon Go employs Google Maps to place users within a real-world city location and then shows a figure of the game player on the map.” - Anti-media.org
For the United States, spying is not allowed unless it is THEM doing the surveillance on others.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Brazil ready to become first country to create new communications network bypassing the U.S.

Edward Snowden and Julian Assange are not just whistleblowers in the global war to protect data and information, they are catalysts which are forcing many nations to look at the United States differently as the undisputed nexus for communication command and control.  And no longer is Washington considered a benefactor to global security as they were seen as during the tumultuous Cold War years, but instead with the revelations that the U.S. is data mining everyone’s global communications, including those of world leaders, the rush to isolate America and find new ways of direct data transit between nations is underway.
On Feb. 25, Brazil announced a new $250 million project to install communication lines directly to Europe which would bypass the U.S. and the world’s primary information super highway, and instead create their own channel that would act as a firewall against NSA and other agency spying mechanisms.
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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Congress passes new spending bill with several hidden riders including CISA

Nothing in politics happens by accident, and if the result was chaos then it was meant to be that way.  These were the words of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt over 70 years ago, and which apply just as much today as it did back then in the halls of Congress, and the administration of the White House.
This is because a new trillion dollar omnibus spending bill contains much more than just appropriations, as included in the bill are a myriad of liberty destroying laws such as CISA that negate all ground gained in recent years in stopping the government from spying on your communications.
CISA is the Cyber-security Information Sharing Act, and allows private enterprises such as social media and telecommunications to share data with the government without fear of lawsuits, and without warrants.  And like the way the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was pushed through via a defense appropriations bill, Congress provided little time at all for the public, or other legislators, to debate its inclusion in the primary bill.

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Monday, November 10, 2014

FBI now seeking DOJ approval to be able to to hack computers here and around the world

It is bad enough when the NSA has decided unlawfully to collect, monitor, and store any and all communications on both Americans and foreign entities alike.  Now the FBI wants to get into the game by seeking court approval through the Justice Department to be allowed to hack into any computer at any time, both here and abroad.


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Monday, July 21, 2014

NSA spying fallout: Germany calls for limited interaction with U.S. tech companies

Just how big are the consequences becoming for America’s draconian spy system over the world?  On July 11, Germany’s Interior Ministry ordered public agencies to limit or disband their interaction and procurement’s from U.S. technology companies in the wake of U.S. spying on the German government, their political leaders, and ultimately, the German people.

These limitations include companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, and IBM.



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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Shutdown bonus: 70% of NSA staff aren’t invading our privacy

There is a rather significant segment of the population that is coming to the conclusion that the current government shutdown is actually good for the American people.  Besides the obvious benefits to us from thousands of furloughs being made to the staff personnel of agencies like the IRS and EPA that intrude on individuals and small businesses, it now appears that the kingpin of privacy invasion is not immune to the shutdown, with over 70% of their employees provided with a temporary vacation.



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Sunday, September 8, 2013

New documents show NSA has full access to every Smart Phone and specific groups for each OS

Think your Smart phone is secure?  Not according to internal documents from the NSA which show that not only do they have backdoor access to tap into your data and locations, but they also have created individual working groups dedicated to each individual operating system (OS) used by those phones.
On Sept. 7, a German publication reported that the NSA  has the capacity now to access data from within every Smart Phone, Blackberry, and and iPhone, and to know every location the owner has traveled.
 
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