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Are specific politicians using the NSA for private personal vendetta’s and to hit their business competitors?
Politicians are neither military officers nor law enforcement officers, they are business men. Most of them are in the positions they are in because of special financial business backers. They sometimes do things for the greater profit
rather than for the greater domestic good.
Can a politician who is jewish cause the NSA resources to be used against Palistinean business interests? Can a Senator funded by Comcast use NSA resources to harm NETFLIX? Can a Chevron oil backed Senator use the NSA to take deals away from Gazprom in Algeria?
Recent revelations by senior federal staff have confirmed that the NSA resources were, indeed, used to track, harass and stalk lovers, ex-wives and business competitors.
The cross link of the database resources now allows any Mayor of any city to access much of that data simply by saying: “they suspect something”.
Snowden recently made an announcement that the main problem he had with the abuse of spying was that it was not being used to fight bad guys, in many cases, but for “economic spying” to advantage one group of investors over another.
Let’s say, for example, that Senator Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, is pissed off because he found out that Steve Wynn and Sidney Adelson are competing against his CBRE real estate company in Las Vegas for a big convention center contract. Is it possible for Dianne Fienstein to tell her chief of staff to tell Eric Holder’s chief of staff to tell an investigator to: “Pull some dirt on Adelson”? or, even more insidious: “take down his other investments so he has less cash to play with”!
Klayman: Obama UsingNSA to ‘Make Whitey Pay’ Categories: Wingnuttia. … Ole Donaldo claimed on Matthew Yglesias’ old blog back in 2008 that he campaigned for Obama in Pennsylvania. An unverified assertion by someone with zero credibility.
The CIA been participating in that transformation: from humans using sources to obtain crucial data, to computers doing blanket-spying. So… if this analysis is on target…What is going to be even more interesting than “act I” El corrido de Eddy Snowden….is the sequel…”act II” AKA….The NSA “payback“…
GM claims that the fact that it is even using the escrow money to payback the loan instead of using it all to shore itself up shows that it is on the road to recovery. So will there be an accelerated payback of the rest of the $49.6 billion investment? NSA!
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? is a Latin phrase traditionally attributed to the Roman poet Juvenal from his Satires (Satire VI, lines 347-8), which is literally translated as “Who will guard the guards themselves?” Also sometimes rendered as “Whowatchesthe watchmen?”, the phrase has other …
This post is coauthored by Christopher Sprigman. And it’s not illegal just because it violates the Constitution – although it does (the Fourth Amendment, specifically). The illegality of the NSA’s telephone metadata program is much clearer and even more disturbing than that. The …
WASHINGTON (AP) — For months, two review panels given nearly identical assignments by President Barack Obama have been studying how the White House should change or limit the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs.
Even before Edward Snowden and his leaks made the NSA surveillance programs famous, President Obama had said he wanted a debate about the right balance between security and civil liberties. The Snowden revelations made sure he got one.
New NSA Spying Revelations Spark Call for More Congressional Oversight Spying agency has the means to access foreign military computers using radio waves and covert chips. … New NSA Spying Revelations Spark Call for More Congressional Oversight
GAO Oversight of NSA: A Neglected Option. Categories: Congress, Intelligence, Oversight. Years ago, the Government Accountability Office, the investigative arm of Congress, conducted routine audits and investigations of the National Security Agency, such that the two agencies were in “nearly …
The Obama administration’s international surveillance crisis deepened on Monday as representatives from a Latin American human rights panel told US diplomats that oversight of the programs was “illusory”. Members of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, an arm of the Organization of
The NSA needs oversight to ensure the NSA adheres to the reforms announced by President Obama, a former analyst has said. The US president curtailed the NSA’s mass gathering of metadata which had been branded as “unconstitutional” on Friday.
The White House on Thursday disputed the findings of an independent review board that said the National Security Agency’s mass data collection program is illegal and should be ended, indicating the administration would not be taking that advice.
The NSA’s bulk collection of every American’s telephone call records is illegal, according to the federal government’s independent review panel, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. The NSA’s interprets Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which permits the F.B.I. to obtain
NSA Senate oversight bill may handcuff U.S. companies. Proposal that supposedly increases oversight of the National Security Agency instead could hinder companies trying to challenge warrantless demands for their confidential customer data.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration will continue the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs and cyber command operations under the direction of a single military commander, officials said Friday, the same day a review board sent the White House more than 40 recommendations on
DEBATE HAS continued for months about the information-gathering process of the National Security Agency (NSA). Now, Congress is starting to act. Lawmakers have offered a raft of proposals in both chambers to shake up various parts of the government’s spying operation. The most …
A review group appointed by the White House to assess the NSA’s data-gathering practices is calling for new rules. Michael Leiter, former director of the National Counterterrorism Center, and Kate Martin, director of the Center for National Security Studies, discuss their views on the …
Another independent review board investigating the National Security Agency’s collection of phone records metadata has come down hard on the program, calling it illegal, recommending the government end the program, and questioning its effectiveness in ferreting out terrorists.