Barak Hussein Obama, once known as the king of social media, has plummeted to the level of having an approval rating of only 37% bringing his average rating below that of Nixon’s and making him the fifth most unpopular president in American history and rapidly falling. Furthermore, as evidence of the [Continue reading…]
Germany and U.S. administration to debate Washington-proposed “No Spy Pact”. The German administration and their counterpart in the United States will start with the debates about an agreement not to spy on each other already in this month, according to the statement by a German official from yesterday. After the [Continue reading…]
Germany is said to have financed Chinese communications intercept stations. The parliamentary leader of the German party SPD (Social Democratic Party of Germany), Frank-Walter Steinmeier, came already under criticism for his role in the cooperation between German and U.S. intelligence agencies (e.g. NSA & PRISM), but it is now said [Continue reading…]
Vague and contradictory arguments of the German Secret Service and the Federal Government. That the German Bundesnachrichtendienst (Federal Intelligence Service / BND) sends the intelligence metadata, which they acquire by strategic communications intelligence data, is defended by the German federal government. However, there are doubts about the legal basis and [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.
In terms of PRISM and other espionage projects on the entire world, the term “encryption” seems to be the buzz word at the moment. Even several ministers in several states recommend to use “encryption” for the private communication in Emails, Skype, chat rooms and wherever it is possible, although the [Continue reading…]
The scandal which broke on June 7 around articles published in the American newspaper The Washington Post and the British paper The Guardian could very well be more damaging to the United States than the scandal surrounding Wikileaks. While Assange revealed secrets which were, for the most part, American, the [Continue reading…]