Category Archives: Surveillance

Naked celebrities and the NSA

I enjoy reading about celebrities about as much as a decaying molar slowly rotting in my mouth (an experience I have endured, so the comparison is appropriate). The whole hullabaloo about several females having privately stored nude photos stolen and … Continue reading

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It’s only paranoia when you don’t like the State watching you

It seems people don’t have any qualms about NSA spying on them, or at the very least when the surveillance is done covertly. If it’s done openly, however, they can’t dial 9-11 on their phones fast enough. This video from … Continue reading

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The death of privacy in the age of the Internet?

I am what you would call a private individual. Which is ironic, considering I’m a writer and author and enjoy writing columns, articles, and editorials for my newspaper espousing my views and beliefs on any given topic. At the same … Continue reading

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Online privacy and the Fourth Amendment

I happen to love the Art of Manliness. In a day when the average man is depicted as sloppy, immature, directionless, and thin-skinned, it’s nice to see a website dedicated to helping men act like men. It also has articles on how to … Continue reading

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Al-Qaeda holds open rally in Yemen

Meanwhile, the CIA either was utterly clueless about it or wasn’t able to send a predator drone in time to strike. Keep this in mind next time someone lectures you about how the government needs to spy on ordinary Americans, grope them in … Continue reading

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Google and Facebook: Placating both sides of the fence with NSA and the Fourth Amendment

Apparently my praise for Google for encrypting its emails was in error. My fault for taking a corporation’s word at face value. I’m not supposed to be this naive at this point in life.

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If you think the saying “If you’ve done nothing wrong you’ve got nothing to hide” makes sense

Think of it again, except imagine this time it’s coming out of the mouth of that insanely jealous ex-girlfriend whose love knew no bounds including that of a restraining order (the example is theoretical, not autobiographical). And in this case … Continue reading

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