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Blackwater: The rise of the world's most powerful mercenary army
Body of Secrets: Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency
The National Security Agency (NSA) is the largest intelligence gathering agency in the world. James Banford in his sequel to "The Puzzle Palace" draws on newly released government documents and interv...
Cointelpro: The FBI's Secret War on Political Freedom
The first in-depth look at the covert and illegal FBI counterintelligence program - code-name COINTELPRO.
COINTELPRO: Connexipedia Article
A series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at investigating and disrupting dissident political organizations within the ...
FBI Ignored Deadly Threat to Occupiers: US Intelligence Machine Instead Plotted with Bankers to Attack Protest Movement
Dcuments show that the FBI and other intelligence and law enforcement agencies began a campaign of monitoring, spying and disrupting the Occupy Movement at least two months before the first occupation...
Israeli journalist Anat Kam under secret house arrest since December
An Israeli journalist has been under secret house arrest since December on charges that she leaked highly sensitive, classified military documents which suggest the Israeli military breached a court o...
Police State India: Robert Clive and the Forbidden
Describing security-mania in India.
The Olympics will see the UK's biggest mobilisation of security forces since the second world war
The projected expense of security at the upcoming London Olympic Games is $867m -- part of the booming 'security industry'.
NSA files: why the Guardian in London destroyed hard drives of leaked files
A threat of legal action by the government that could have stopped reporting on the files leaked by Edward Snowden led to a symbolic act at the Guardian's offices in London.
So the innocent have nothing to fear? After David Miranda we now know where this leads
The destructive power of state snooping is on display for all to see. The press must not yield to this intimidation.