A whistleblower has alleged that two Inspector Generals (IGs) in the government are being paid salaries that exceed the allowable legal limits. Empower Oversight, a watchdog organization that works with whistleblowers, has filed related FOIA requests with five federal agencies (DOD (Defense […]
The following is a news analysis. It was January of 2013 when I first learned that forensics indicated a government intel agency had engaged in a long-term monitoring effort of my CBS computers and devices, as well as those belonging
This article was first published on Dec. 26, 2017 in The Hill The following is a news analysis No matter where you stand politically, a growing body of facts raises the question: Is there systemic corruption or misfeasance at work
The following is a story that first aired in 2016 about the NSA allegedly punishing a telecom exec who said he wouldn’t spy for them on US citizens back in 2001. Watch video here: https://fullmeasure.news/news/politics/encryption-battle March 13, 2016 — As soon
Almost seven years ago to the day, the Snowden revelations shook the world. But only for a short time before attention was distracted by efforts to focus on where Snowden was hiding and what he’d done wrong rather than the
The Justice Department recently announced it uncovered more problems with the integrity of FBI wiretaps on American citizens. That after serious abuses were exposed in the FBI’s wiretapping of Carter Page, a former Trump campaign volunteer. Amid the scandal, some
Former National Security Agency “secret squirrel,” George Kroner, explains why, despite Congressional threats, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court isn’t likely going anywhere.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the Bush Administration for “warrantless wiretapping.” The judge cited national security concerns. The group Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed the suit more than a decade ago. It has said it plans to