Quote of the Day: There is no way to build a mirror world without a network of decentralized cooperating agents. — Phil Windley
Why the FISA Court Is Not What It Used To Be, by Nina Totenberg on NPR.
Bank robbery suspect wants NSA phone records for his defense, by Paula McMahon in the Sun Sentinel
The influence of spies has become too much. It’s time politicians said no, by John le CarrÃ© in The Guardian
I fear the chilling effect of NSA surveillance on the open internet, by Jeff Jarvis in The Guardian
Why The Tech Industry Should Be Furious About NSA’s Over Surveillance, in TechDirt. Also Rep. Grayson: Let Me Tell The NSA: There Is No Threat To Our Nation When I Call My Mother and Former NSA Whistleblower Bill Binney: The NSA Is Making Itself Dysfunctional With Too Much Data.
President Obama orders government spectrum to be opened for wireless broadband, by Carl Franzen in The Verge
The Internet’s Fractured Foundations, by Martin Geddes.
The NSA Versus the Global Internet: How Online Surveillance Could Impact Internet Governance, by Allan Friedman of Brookings
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