I don’t blog news very often, but I’m trying to keep tabs on surveillance-related developments, so I’ll be doing one of these posts every week or so.
The Globe and Mail reported yesterday that a group of hackers and human rights activists are filing a suit in Germany alleging that the Merkel government assisted the NSA and the Britain’s GCHQ in spying on German citizens.
Fresno Bee columnist Rory Appleton has a few things to say about surveillance enabled by mobile apps, and about the state of privacy in general.
The Leather Library has video of former NSA technical director Bill Binney discussing why he decided to blow the whistle.
The Day We Fight Back’s campaign for a day of protest online on Feb. 11 is up to more than 3600 websites.
I’ll have an index page for surveillance-related posts up sometime this week.