Edward Snowden Wikipedia
A whistleblower is a person who tells the authorities about illegal activities occurring within an organization. Society has always had whistlerblowers, sometimes thought of as traitors as they put governments at risk - but other times as heroes who risk their lives for truth. Somebody eventually is destined to do it.
Two of the purposes of the Internet and Social Media were to gather information about people's lives by having them post it, and to bring documented information to the world as quickly as possible ... before governments could cover up the facts. I am in favor of anyone who uncovers and tells the truth no matter what the collateral damage. All lies eventually come out and destroy lives.
Technology today makes government surveillance easier and easier - privacy lost. Who are the "heroes"? Who are the "traitors"? Conspiracy theorists and other researchers wrote about Big Brother as far back as the beginning of the program - highlighted in 1984. Nothing is private, but in defense of hi-tech surveillance - it is great for solving crimes. All things sci-fi now exist which is why cover-ups can't continue and whistleblowers like Edward Snowden are programmed to tell the truth. It is all going somewhere ...
In 2006 Wikileaks opened up a new way to bring classified information to the public by publishing secret information and classified media from anonymous sources. I had hoped UFO cover-ups would finally be revealed, but it never happened.
The Government Is Watching You: 8 Ways to Disappear Online Live Science - June 19, 2013
If you've been watching the news lately, you know that your private online communications may not be so private. It's unclear exactly what data is collected by the NSA's PRISM surveillance program, but it's very existence has left many U.S. citizens feeling betrayed. In fact, according to a recent CNN poll, 6 in 10 people believe that the government is so large and powerful that it threatens the rights and freedoms of ordinary Americans. Fortunately, there are ways users can take their privacy into their own hands, protecting their online activities and communication and telling the government to take a hike. From services that completely mask your online traffic to digital currencies that cannot be traced, here are eight tools that can protect against prying eyes.
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