1961 August 30—Ed Garvey, immediate past president of the Wisconsin Student Association, is elected president of the National Student Association at a stormy ten-day NSA convention held on the UW […]
The government recently reauthorized the NSA surveillance program, which, according to NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake, allows over-reaching data gathering on U.S. citizens. Mr. Drake was charged with espionage because of […]
Back in 1990, the internet was still raw, new and had yet to worm its way into our everyday lives. But even then, some were concerned about this network and […]
Jan Miyasaki interviews Jesselyn Radack, National Security and Human Rights Director of Expose Facts, regarding how NSA snooping may compromise attorney-client privilege and reporter/source confidentiality. She also discusses her group’s efforts […]
Former National Security Administration employee J. Kirk Wiebe has become an outspoken critic of the agency’s mass surveillance techniques since becoming a whistleblower and leaving the field.
Did you know that all of your searches on Google sites are being stored to create a consumer profile on you? Do you know what you can do about government surveillance online? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!