New York Times

NSA Gets More Latitude to Share Intercepted Communications
New York Times
The new rules significantly relax longstanding limits on what the N.S.A. may do with the information gathered by its most powerful surveillance operations, which are largely unregulated by American wiretapping laws. These include collecting satellite ...
The NSA can now share unfiltered surveillance data with other intelligence agenciesTechCrunch
Obama Opens NSA's Vast Trove of Warrantless Data to Entire Intelligence Community, Just in Time for TrumpThe Intercept
NSA reportedly to share intercepted communications with other agenciesCNBC
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Collective Evolution

Edward Snowden Tweet Hints That The NSA Can Access Your 'Secret Thoughts & Feelings' – Telepathy?
Collective Evolution
As most of you know, Edward Snowden is the former intelligence contractor who leaked the NSA's mass surveillance program and discovered some of the most solid evidence for the existence of clandestine black budget operations. But did we really need the ...



Baltimore Sun

NSA records allege dozens of cases of workers ripping agency off
Baltimore Sun
The incident was one of more than 100 in which the NSA's internal watchdog found that civilian employees and contractors claimed falsely that they'd been at work — incidents that a spokesman said cost the surveillance outfit based at Fort Meade almost ...

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Slate Magazine (blog)

Now It's Much Easier for Government Agencies to Get NSA Surveillance Data
Slate Magazine (blog)
These procedures will allow the NSA to share with other intelligence agencies “raw intelligence” that it collects while conducting mass surveillance under Executive Order 12333, which has been in effect since 1981. Raw intelligence just what it sounds ...
Obama approves expansion of NSA's power to share private data on US citizensSOFREP (press release) (subscription)

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Washington Times

Edward Snowden, NSA leaker, can stay in Russia through 2020
Washington Times
Mr. Snowden's right to asylum was extended by three years, his Moscow-based attorney and the Kremlin confirmed separately this week, giving the NSA leaker at least until the decade's end to remain in Russia, his de facto residence for the last 3½ years.
Snowden plays Snowden: Time to take the show on the road?World Tribune

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NSA girls beat Norfolk Collegiate
Suffolk News-Herald
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy's Lady Saints defeated Norfolk Collegiate 51-41 on Tuesday, giving NSA its fourth win in a row and its sixth win of the year. NSA got its win behind Kelly Hogan's 31 points and 14 rebounds on 65 percent shooting. The Lady ...

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Naked Security

Obama administration signs off on wider data-sharing for NSA
Naked Security
The Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) has signed off on new rules to let the National Security Agency (NSA) share globally intercepted personal information with the country's other 16 intelligence agencies, before it applies privacy protection to or ...
Obama Expands NSA Spying. Attack against Democratic RightsCenter for Research on Globalization

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Daily Beast

Mystery Hackers Blow Up Secret NSA Hacking Tools in Final F--k You
Daily Beast
The message was accompanied by a parting gift, described by the group as a “final fuck you”: an apparently complete NSA backdoor kit targeting the Windows operating system. The kit is comprised of 61 malicious Windows executables, only one of which ...
Suspected NSA tool hackers dump more cyberweapons in farewellPCWorld
NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers lob Molotov cocktail before exiting world stageArs Technica
Shadow Brokers Calls It Quits After Failing To Get Buyers For NSA ...Dark Reading
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WJLA

Records show timesheet falsifications at NSA | WJLA
WJLA
FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) -- The National Security Agency's internal watchdog has found more than 100 cases in five years in which civilian employees and ...
Records show timesheet falsifications at NSAWashington Times

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