British intelligence agency GCHQ: Espionage and Monitoring. The British intelligence agency GCHQ comes back into the centre of the current surveillance scandal about PRISM, Edward Snowden, NSA and XKeyscore – and it seems that the British spying agency (Government Communications Headquarters), based in Cheltenham, monitors and eavesdrops far more backbone [Continue reading…]
IBM, Oracle and EMC: Espionage in China? China’s Ministry of Public Security and a government-near research centre are preparing investigations against IBM, Oracle and EMC in terms of an alleged espionage on Chinese soil, according to reports by several news agencies.
NSA: Edward Snowden says the U.S. intelligence targeted journalists after 9/11. The already famous “whistleblower” Edward Snowden said in a new interview that the NSA (National Security Agency / in terms of personnel and budget the certainly largest U.S. intelligence organizations) has especially targeted journalists and reports who wrote a [Continue reading…]
NSA espionage & Snowden: Oliver Stone calls Obama a snake. The known and renowned American director Oliver Stone has called the U.S. President Barack Obama, erroneously was awarded with a Nobel Prize, a “snake” in terms of his institutionalizing of illegal spying programs in the United States.
Iran, Russia, China – main targets of NSA according to the leaked surveillance priority list. Europe is alongside other countries such as Iran, China, and Europe at the top of the so-called NSA surveillance priority list, and thus, the U.S. intelligence has a very high interest in the monitoring and [Continue reading…]
NSA: Forget PRISM, XKeyscore is here Keith Alexander, head of the U.S. intelligence agency NSA, tried to justify the surveillance programs of the NSA (PRISM, XKeyscore …) at the “Black Hat” hacker conference while the known newspaper “The Guardian” has almost simultaneously released new details about the surveillance programs of [Continue reading…]
Law, Policy & EU and PRISM. The U.S. intelligence service, the NSA, is in terms of finding names for its espionage projects either shockingly unimaginative or deliberately trying to allay the excitement about its surveillance and espionage programs by confusion.