Archive for Domestic Spying

Alex Jones on School Webcam Spying Scandal in Philadelphia

Posted in Alex Jones, Attack on Freedom, General, New World Order, News, Police State/Martial Law, Stupid Government Tricks, Tyranny, Unconstitutional with tags , , , , on February 26, 2010 by truthwillrise

Russia Today
Wednesday, February 24, 2010

A student in the US city of Philadelphia is suing his local school district for spying on him using his school-issued laptop. Radio Host Alex Jones told RT said that software is available for all kinds of abuse.

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Lawsuit Accuses Pa. School District of Spying

Posted in Attack on Freedom, General, New World Order, News with tags , , , , , on February 19, 2010 by truthwillrise

Kara Reeder
ITBusinessEdge
February 19, 2010

The Lower Merion School District of Ardmore, Pa. is facing a lawsuit that alleges spying on students and families by activating webcams on school-provided laptops, according to Computerworld.

Michael and Holly Robbins claim they first found out about the alleged spying at the end of last year after their son was accused of “improper behavior in his home” and shown a photograph taken by his laptop.

For its part, the school district denies spying on students, but does admit the cameras could be turned on without the user’s knowledge as part of a security feature.

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Domestic Espionage Alert: Spy Drone Discovered

Posted in Attack on Freedom, New World Order, News, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Shadow Government, Stupid Government Tricks, Tyranny, Unconstitutional with tags , , , , , , , on January 11, 2010 by truthwillrise

News Junkie
January 10, 2010

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KPRC news in Houston recently filmed a secret experiment by law enforcement agencies including the Dept. of Homeland Security of a drone intended to spy on Americans.

The drone uncovered during this investigation are not like the large, expensive models used by the military for targeted strikes on militants half a world away.  These are manufactured by Insitu out of Bingen, Washington (corporate offices located in Australia), only weigh about 40 pounds (18.1 kg) before monitoring equipment is installed. This model has the capacity to stay airborne for up to a day.

The Houston Police Department responded with the following statement, “Potential public safety applications include mobility, evacuations, homeland security, search and rescue, as well as tactical.”

Such benign excuses were also used during the passage of draconian bills such as FISA and the Patriot Act before it was revealed the much more insidious and rampant applications of those tools.

ACLU constitution free zone

Houston is within the coastal and border zone of America, where two-thirds of the population lives and where constitutional rights are routinely disregarded according to the ACLU, yet this poses the question about whether this is pilot program and the usage of unmanned drones might become a regular policy of law enforcement agencies in surveillance operations.