Tuesday, 19 February , 2019

surveillance

Tous fichés ? Comment Twitter permet le fichage politique de la...

12.août.2018 Nous avons largement démonté hier l’étude préliminaire, puis aujourd’hui l’étude finale comportant d’énormes failles méthodologiques du EU DisinfoLab sur l’affaire Benalla. Beaucoup de personnes...

Welcome to the Jungle: Pepe Escobar

By Per Fagereng 11/01/2018 Pepe Escobar writes in a Special to Consortium News: "It’s darkness at the break of (tropical) high noon. Jean Baudrillard once defined Brazil as “the...

America ‘One Of 45 Countries’ Infected By Uber-Powerful Israeli Smartphone Spyware

By Thomas Brewster Sep 18, 2018 Some of the world’s most sophisticated Android and iPhone spyware has been found floating around America for the first time....

Amazon’s fusion with the state shows neoliberalism’s drift to neo-fascism

By Elliot Gabriel June 30, 2018 Originally published: Mint Press News (June 29, 2018) In Part 1 of our investigative series on Surveillance Capitalism, MPN spoke to...

Intel ‘Informants’ and ‘Suspicious Contacts’ Echo Dark Pasts

McCarthyism and firsthand recollections of Soviet surveillance practices. By Stephen F. Cohen May 23, 2018 The John Batchelor Show, May 22 Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of...

Shadow Government: Surveillance, Secret Wars, and a Global Security State in...

By Tom Engelhardt October 27, 2014 Click here to buy the book. In 1964, a book entitled The Invisible Government shocked Americans with its revelations of a...

India, Death by Demonetization: “Financial Genocide”, The Crime of the Century

By Peter Koenig January 20, 2017 A Financial genocide, if there was ever one. Death by demonetization, probably killing hundreds of thousands, if not millions of...

NSA can recognize your voice

By Roger Hodge Voice-based internet services like Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri have only recently become widespread, but Ava Kofman reports that the NSA has...

The public humiliation and destruction of Metropolitan Opera conductor James Levine

The decision by the Metropolitan Opera in New York City to suspend James Levine, its longtime musical director (1976-2016), from any further conducting engagements...

European Court of Human Rights Ruling Prompts Reopening of Vodafone Employee’s...

By A. Makris Nov 18, 2017 The European Court of Human Rights fined Greece 54,000 euros for failing to carry out an adequate and effective investigation...