Dec 282013

The 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) still has its indefinite detention option :)


Two other interesting court cases:

and now

Welcome to the world of third party collection :)

Aug 082013



Got a site that mentions money laundering, drug trafficking, terrorism and other threats?

U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) National Capital Region (NCR) might have ran an experiment “to enhance the ability to discover relationships, human networks, and geospatial features”


Aug 072013



What might the “nihilists, anarchists, activists, … , twentysomethings who haven’t talked to the opposite sex in five or six years” do if the US “grabs” Snowden?


Feb 192013



Tracking users…. via a  “proof of concept” product that was not sold to any clients?

Private sector and public sector getting around ‘walled gardens’ find what?  Security risks?

Like protesters in front of an East German church – what are the options?

The optics of mass arrests?  Or yet more expensive undercover work.


Nov 252012

Going back to the site:

A interesting view after the “Mata Haris” like email find


Nov 122012



An interesting read on the possible value of a privacy policy in the EU.


Sep 152012



No US  citizens are going to escape the option of indefinite detention thanks to some court.


Aug 142012



Mostly info on Somalia, a 737 near miss and crash counts.

Jun 022012



A copy was kept by the State Department and can be found at

The amazing question of “how the U.S. came to employ torture” is asked :)