Home Tags Surveillance

Tag: surveillance

Ai Weiwei Puts You Under Surveillance at the Armory

1
Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron stage engagement with omnipresent surveillance.

Hillary Joins the Police State Parade

1
Hillary Clinton's response to Brussels? More surveillance and police.

Someone to Watch Over Me: Poitras Surveys the Whitney

1
Poitras makes you distressingly aware of the security state within which you're enmeshed.

Senate Expected to Approve CISA Surveillance

1
Apple and Twitter have expressed opposition to invading your privacy.

NYC Art, US Court Slap NSA Surveillance

0
A little less massive snooping into Americans' lives.

Post-Charlie Hebdo: Freedom and its Discontents

0
We can't have it both ways, and we shouldn't.

How Does America Regain Its Moral Authority?

0
Or one day we will have no liberty left to protect.

The Urgency of a Progressive Challenge to Hillary

0
Some questions to make the 2016 nomination earned, not anointed.

Putin’s Speech Covered Far More Than Blasting U.S.

2
Putin’s American critique was acid indeed. But it wasn’t a Khrushchev shoe-pounding diatribe.

Journalism by the Riff Raff

1
Journalism can be practiced well or poorly -- by anybody at all.

Edward Snowden, Barack Obama and the Surveillance State

1
Violating our privacy is not protecting Americans.

NSA’s Rogers: Guarded Chief, Vague Mission

0
And they keep spying on whoever they want to.

Hurtling Toward World War III

0
Scholars and economists offer grave warnings, but policymakers and banks aren't listening.

Spying and Gold: The Germany-China-U.S. Shuffle

0
The American government, caught with pants down, finds it hard to dance with an old ally and a rising power.

National Security Depends on Press Freedom

3
The federal courts spit on the Constitution, hoping you’ll think backwards.

America’s Major Misnomer: The USA Freedom Act

0
Freedom from government spying: part of the country’s past.

A Journalist’s Concern about the Clintons

2
They began with brilliance and hope, but became consumed with power.

On Privacy, Freedom and Edward Snowden

0
Changes in technology shouldn't automatically change our rights.

NSA Reforms? Few Are Fooled

0
We're still being spied on, and Obama's speech didn't convince us otherwise.
- Advertisement -