Category FISA

The History of NSA Surveillance

They Know Much More Than You Think By James Bamford 27 July 2013 – New York Review of Books In mid-May, Edward Snowden, an American in his late twenties, walked through the onyx entrance of the Mira Hotel on Nathan Road in Hong Kong and checked in. He was pulling a small black travel bag and […]

Kafka’s America: Secret Courts, Secret Laws, and Total Surveillance

by John W. Whitehead, July 24, 2013 “Logic may indeed be unshakeable, but it cannot withstand a man who is determined to live. Where was the judge he had never seen? Where was the High Court he had never reached? He raised his hands and spread out all his fingers. But the hands of one of […]