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WikiLeaks, the transparency organization known for publishing leaked documents that threaten the powerful, finds itself under pressure like never before, as does its editor-in-chief, Julian Assange. Now, the fight to silence Wikileaks is not only being waged by powerful government figures but also by the ...

A congressional report found that, before September 11, 2001, intelligence agencies were poorly organized, poorly equipped, and slow to pursue clues that might have prevented that day's terrorist attacks. The following story offers a unique insight into how that could be. Bill Binney was, as far back as the ...
The European Court of Human Rights last week held a hearing in a challenge to the United Kingdom's mass surveillance practices, brought by the ACLU, Privacy International, Liberty, and seven other human rights organizations from around the world. The case challenges practices, revealed by Edward ...
A former National Security Agency employee, Russell Tice, told U.S. News & World Report that the agency regularly subjects its agents to polygraph tests, but that he and his colleagues had figured out how to pass every time. (Tips include biting your tongue to spike the sensors' output, and then visualizing ...
Russell Tice is a Former NSA Intelligence Analyst & Capabilities Operations Officer Specializing in Offensive Information Warfare (O-IW), for Black World operations and programs. His areas of expertise are Satellite & Missile Systems technology, and Worldwide Geo/political intelligence. During his nearly ...
Russ Tice, a former intelligence analyst who in 2005 blew the whistle on what he alleged was massive unconstitutional domestic spying across multiple agencies, claimed Wednesday that the NSA had ordered wiretaps on phones connected to then-Senate candidate Barack Obama in 2004. Speaking on ...
Former NSA technical intelligence specialist Russell Tice knows first-hand of what the NSA is doing overseas because he worked on literally scores of the “black ops” intel-gathering programs himself within the NSA's Information Warfare unit. He said the NSA's capabilities are breathtaking, and able to ...
Russell Tice, the National Security Agency whistleblower who blew the lid open on warrantless wiretapping conducted by the federal government on U.S. citizens post-9/11, says that he took between 12 and 15 polygraph tests during his nearly 20-year-long government career. The tests mellowed over time ...
President Bush has admitted that he gave orders that allowed the NSA to eavesdrop on a small number of Americans without the usual requisite warrants. But [longtime National Security Agency insider Russell] Tice disagrees. He says the number of Americans subject to eavesdropping by the NSA could ...
Russell Tice, a longtime insider at the National Security Agency, is now a whistleblower the agency would like to keep quiet. For 20 years, Tice worked in the shadows as he helped the United States spy on other people's conversations around the world. "I specialized in what's called special access ...


 

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