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    Edward Snowden: US Government Corrupted Technology for 'Military Purposes'

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    Six years after former NSA contractor Snowden shed light on the US government's questionable intelligence collection efforts, his message about the right to privacy appears to have been largely forgotten.

    Edward Snowden, a disgraced US intelligence staffer who leaked troves of classified documents, has warned of what he described as the intelligence services' ever-increasing efforts to build a dystopian borderless social control system.

    Speaking via a livestream from Russia during the Open Dialogue event at Canada's Dalhousie University, Snowden argued that US elites have become "absolutely intoxicated" by scientific advances and corrupted human knowledge toward a "military purpose".
    "We're in the midst of the greatest re-distribution of power since the industrial revolution, and this is happening because technology has provided a new capability. It's related to influence that reaches everyone in every place. It has no regard for borders. Its reach is unlimited, if you will, but its safeguards are not," he said.
    Snowden, a former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, came to international prominence in 2013 after leaking a cache of highly sensitive documents about the agency's mass surveillance efforts.

    It was revealed that the NSA had intrusively monitored US citizens' internet and phone connections, and spied on citizens and even heads of allied countries.

    Snowden also exposed the so-called Five Eyes, a coalition of five Anglophonic countries (the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand) whose intelligence agencies are said to be cooperating through secret spying programmes and intelligence-sharing agreements.


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    During the livestream, Snowden went on to show what he called a global heat map of mass surveillance carried out by the United States, which appeared to show that the US most closely monitors Asian countries such as Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as China.

    Notably, he added, the map indicates that the 'Big Brother' is more invested into surveillance inside the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany, rather than in Russia, which is viewed in Washington as a traditional adversary.

    He said human desire for interaction and communication is being exploited by commercial and government institutions, which monitor and influence the behaviour of people who voluntarily − yet often unwittingly − consent to it through contracts and agreements they don't care to or simply cannot examine thoroughly enough.
    "Everything has hundreds and hundreds of pages of legal jargon that we're not qualified to read and assess and yet they are considered binding upon us," he said.
    The whistle-blower maintained that these institutions
    "have structuralised and entrenched it to where it has become now the most effective means of social control in the history of our species."
    He referred to the so-called PRISM programme, which the NSA reportedly uses to gather private electronic data belonging to users of social media platforms and customers of tech giants.
    "This technology allows these institutions to monitor and record the private activities of people on a scale that's broad enough that we can say it's close to all-powerful," he said, adding that the government appeals to corporations' patriotism, cites security risks, or sometimes coerces them into giving out the information it wants.
    Snowden is facing espionage charges in the United States, carrying a sentence of at least 30 years in jail combined; he has received asylum in Russia and is currently living at an undisclosed location in Moscow.

    Snowden's revelations sparked a public debate on the relationship between mass surveillance and the right to privacy, with some people justifying the NSA's intrusive actions with the threat of terrorism.

    He claims, however, that plans for such a programme were laying on the shelf for quite a while even before 9/11, but that legislators were "not in a position" to pass it until the whole nation was united by the tragedy.


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    "Notably, he added, the map indicates that the 'Big Brother' is more invested into surveillance inside the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany, rather than in Russia, which is viewed in Washington as a traditional adversary."


    So Snowden drops this tibit, yet , for me raises some very important questions as to what is really going on between the other Anglophonic countries
    and Russia. Isn't that a rather important loose thread to pull on?


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    I would imagine they are monitoring EU countries, because they consider them potential enemies. Though I am sympathetic to brexit desires, if it happens it will place Britain outside of the EU domain and the US will be happy to draw even closer to Britain, forming a strong alliance with another power right at the doorstep of the EU. So it makes sense. And Germany has always been regarded as a threat by those who fear a reawakening of dormant aggression.

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    Quote Posted by AutumnW (here)
    And Germany has always been regarded as a threat by those who fear a reawakening of dormant aggression.

    If this means England, who considered it an immediate threat as soon as it unified, ok. Their worry was not aggression, but of it being an industrial powerhouse which would dent the British economy. It's pretty amazing how that switched around the 1,000-year enemy, France, into an ally, and the traditional ally of Germanic states then became something to extinguish. Russia drove them back from Moscow; are they worried about new German aggression?

    There is so much fake, "possible" aggression these days, it is like when the Greek helots slew their own healthy civilian men working the fields, because they "might" make trouble. Go ahead and punish everybody before a crime is actually committed. Best way to hide your own crimes. I feel a bit sorry that Canada/Australia/NZ are lumped in with us; they provided some support, but it seems to me most of the aggression has been carried out by UK--US. The US might have done a good deed in getting rid of Pol Pot, but the rest of the military antics have been very stupid, like the policies that drive them. That is one thing that has come from the spread of information, most of the rest of the world now sees this, except in the place where it comes from, which prefers to repeat the Big Lie. No doubt I am surrounded by hundreds of millions of war and security freaks who won't budge from this machine until you pry it from their cold, dead fingers.

    OP contains an interesting phrase, "Corporations' patriotism". Wow, just wow. What are they loyal to, some particular body of legislation that gives them tax credits? Has little to do with other rules about pollution or what have you, no moral value about the enrichment of society, just a soulless system increasing their collection of Federal Reserve Notes.

    The patriotic American, or, at least, original American, view towards corporations is that they are limited to twenty-year charters, generally only for large infrastructure such as canals and bridges, and routinely dissolved for the least hint of corruption. That is the only way I could see letting some wealthy board of directors have any say-so; after all, they have no personal liability in whatever their company does. Their patriotism sure did get legislation shifted around favorably.

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    It is really interesting, or should I say ironic, how US treats every other country as potential enemy and aggressor, acting as a "world police", when in fact, the US itself is the biggest aggressor country in the world responsible for most conflicts

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    I am not sure if this is the best place to share this, but Yasha Levine was recently interviewed by Mint Press on his book Surveillance Valley (post about it here by Hervé: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1253473).

    Toward the end of the interview, he also talks about the top-down orchestration of the Russiagate campaign. Since he was a soviet immigrant to the USA, it is interesting to hear how he frames and interprets it.

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/mintca...ternet/260003/
    Quote MintCast Interviews Yasha Levine, Author of Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet

    Investigative journalist Yasha Levine joins MintCast to discuss his book Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet, internet surveillance, the Tor Project and the xenophobia underlying Russiagate.

    by Alan Macleod and Whitney Webb

    MintCast hosts Whitney Webb and Alan MacLeod recently interviewed investigative journalist Yasha Levine about his most recent book Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet and his most recent articles on the xenophobia that lies beneath Russiagate and how this new anti-Russia fervor has impacted the Russian-American immigrant community at the national level.

    In discussing his exhaustively researched book Surveillance Valley, Levine details how the growing nexus between Silicon Valley monopolies like Google and Facebook and the U.S. government as well as today’s scandals over internet surveillance and warrantless spying are actually the logical consequence of the Internet’s origins as a U.S. military project aimed at predicting future insurgent behavior by means of covert spying.



    Also, discussed is Levine’s controversial but invaluable work on the hidden face of the Tor Project, which is included in Surveillance Valley. Levine summarizes his research on the Tor Project, noting that — far from being the browser that is the ultimate tool against government surveillance — it has long been funded and continues to receive most of its funding from the U.S. government. In addition, leaders and top advocates of the Tor Project have been caught colluding with the U.S. government, particularly the government agencies funding the project, on more than one occasion, greatly undermining its carefully crafted public image as an anti-government surveillance-busting tool.

    Lastly, Levine describes his most recent work on the Russiagate scandal, highlighting the often overlooked impact of the media-driven hysteria on Russian-Americans and Russian immigrants to the United States. As Levine notes, much of this rhetoric in recent years has implied that ethnic Russians have undesirable “genetic” traits or are all secretly connected to Russia’s current leader, Vladimir Putin, who is often portrayed by some mainstream media outlets as a supervillain. As a result, Levin argues that many Russian-Americans have become alienated from the Democratic Party and have either embraced Trump or complete disillusionment with both parties.

    Follow Yasha Levine on Twitter and check out his latest work on his website.
    Direct link to podcast: https://episodes.buzzsprout.com/auex...e=small_player
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    Quote Posted by Searcher (here)
    I am not sure if this is the best place to share this, but Yasha Levine was recently interviewed by Mint Press on his book Surveillance Valley (post about it here by Hervé: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1253473).

    Toward the end of the interview, he also talks about the top-down orchestration of the Russiagate campaign. Since he was a soviet immigrant to the USA, it is interesting to hear how he frames and interprets it.

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/mintca...ternet/260003/
    Quote MintCast Interviews Yasha Levine, Author of Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet

    Investigative journalist Yasha Levine joins MintCast to discuss his book Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet, internet surveillance, the Tor Project and the xenophobia underlying Russiagate.

    by Alan Macleod and Whitney Webb

    MintCast hosts Whitney Webb and Alan MacLeod recently interviewed investigative journalist Yasha Levine about his most recent book Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet and his most recent articles on the xenophobia that lies beneath Russiagate and how this new anti-Russia fervor has impacted the Russian-American immigrant community at the national level.

    In discussing his exhaustively researched book Surveillance Valley, Levine details how the growing nexus between Silicon Valley monopolies like Google and Facebook and the U.S. government as well as today’s scandals over internet surveillance and warrantless spying are actually the logical consequence of the Internet’s origins as a U.S. military project aimed at predicting future insurgent behavior by means of covert spying.



    Also, discussed is Levine’s controversial but invaluable work on the hidden face of the Tor Project, which is included in Surveillance Valley. Levine summarizes his research on the Tor Project, noting that — far from being the browser that is the ultimate tool against government surveillance — it has long been funded and continues to receive most of its funding from the U.S. government. In addition, leaders and top advocates of the Tor Project have been caught colluding with the U.S. government, particularly the government agencies funding the project, on more than one occasion, greatly undermining its carefully crafted public image as an anti-government surveillance-busting tool.

    Lastly, Levine describes his most recent work on the Russiagate scandal, highlighting the often overlooked impact of the media-driven hysteria on Russian-Americans and Russian immigrants to the United States. As Levine notes, much of this rhetoric in recent years has implied that ethnic Russians have undesirable “genetic” traits or are all secretly connected to Russia’s current leader, Vladimir Putin, who is often portrayed by some mainstream media outlets as a supervillain. As a result, Levin argues that many Russian-Americans have become alienated from the Democratic Party and have either embraced Trump or complete disillusionment with both parties.

    Follow Yasha Levine on Twitter and check out his latest work on his website.
    Direct link to podcast: https://episodes.buzzsprout.com/auex...e=small_player


    Great post-up there, thanks

    I'd stumbled upon this already (I regularly visit Mintpress) Saturday evening without any clue as to whether anyone had posted it up here on the forum at all, until checking in just now. I'll revisit later on tonight as I'm only just 14 minutes into it, but, yes, very interesting and informative.
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    New documentary from James Corbett. As usual it’s clear, concise, well sourced and informative.

    https://www.corbettreport.com/siliconvalley/

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    Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society. So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is this area the epicenter of this transformation? Discover the dark secrets behind the real history of Silicon Valley and the Big Tech giants in this important edition of The Corbett Report.



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    Quote From the earliest days of networked computing—when the ARPANET was still just a twinkle in its engineers’ eyes and famed ARPA computer scientist J. C. R. Licklider was writing memos to his colleagues in Palo Alto updating them on his vision for an “Intergalactic Computer Network”—to today, when DARPA scientists are plotting military uses for the Internet of Things,the technology underpinning the US government’s plans for full-spectrum dominance of the cyber world has advanced by leaps and bounds. But the vision itself remains the same.

    In this vision, every person is tracked, their conversations recorded, their purchases monitored, their social networks mapped, their habits studied, and, ultimately, their behaviours predicted, so that the Pentagon and the spies of Silicon Valley can better control the human population. And, with the advent of technologies that ensure that every item we own will be spying on us and broadcasting that data through networks that are compromised by the intelligence agencies, that vision is closer than ever to a reality.

    And there, helping that vision to come to reality, are the giants of Big Tech who were founded, funded, aided and, when needed, compromised by the spooks, spies and soldiers who desire complete control over the cyber world.

    This is the secret of Silicon Valley. In a key sense, the Big Tech giants are the Pentagon and the intelligence community. The DoD and the intelligence agencies are the Big Tech giants. It was this way from the very dawn of modern computing, and it remains this way today.

    We should not be surprised that the world of the internet—the world bequeathed to us by the ARPANET—is increasingly looking like an always-on surveillance device. That was what it was intended to be.

    Yet the public, blissfully unaware of this reality (or willfully ignorant of it) continues to record their every move in their Facebook LifeLog, flock like birds of a feather to ask their most intimate questions of Google, and feed their personal data into the gaping maw of the PRISM beast.

    It may be too late to pull back from the brink of this always-on, always-surveilled, wireless networked precipice . . . but until we look squarely at the facts showing that Big Tech is a front for the US government, we will never hope to escape the silicon trap that they have laid for us.
    ~~~

    Thoughts and questions:
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    • If not, can alternatives be created?
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    And the US military is now taking an active role in 5G.... I guess the only surprise is the open announcement.

    Quote DOD establishing a director role to lead 5G development
    Jackson Barnett
    Aug 13, 2019 | FEDSCOOP
    The Defense Department is ready to get serious about adopting 5G.

    Soon the department will create an assistant director-level position to oversee the DOD’s partnership with the private sector as companies race to create 5G networks. The position will oversee a new Pentagon initiative to support 5G development, DOD CTO Michael Griffin said Tuesday at an event at the Hudson Institute.

    5G’s applications for the military range from improving the efficiency of ports — so-called smart ports — to the development of hypersonic weapons. The jump from 4G to 5G will bring an exponential increase in bandwidth and network capabilities, with advantages for both the private and public sectors. The Defense Innovation Board studied the implications of 5G for the military in April, finding there will be many defense opportunities.

    Griffin said the DOD knows it can’t build its own 5G technology, acknowledging it is “struggling to become the flee on the tail of the telecoms’ dog.” But, the Pentagon is willing to lend companies its infrastructure at bases across the nation to help test and develop 5G, he added

    “The development won’t be led by DOD. We will be looking to be good customers,” he said, adding that the Defense Department wants to help “enable” good development.

    Griffin, whose is officially the undersecretary for research and engineering, said DOD has a plan submitted to Congress for its role in developing and using 5G. The new assistant director position will ensure the department stays involved as a partner advocating for the technology’s development.

    The increased bandwidth and network capabilities of 5G could spark massive growth in the Internet of Things — where devices, often ordinary things like knee replacements or bicycles, are connected to the internet. For the military, that increase in connectivity brings both battlefield and back-office capabilities.

    It also introduces more threat vectors. “If everything is a part of the system, everything is a part of the attack surface,” Griffin said. With the increased points of attack, Griffin added the national security community will need to learn to have “trusted communications in untrusted environments.”

    The race to get to 5G has also sparked an international confrontation between the U.S. and China, with the U.S. accusing Chinese-backed telecom giant and leading 5G developer Huawei of being a possible tool for Chinese espionage and the federal government recently banning agencies from the purchase and use of Huawei products.
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    Quote Posted by Cara (here)
    New documentary from James Corbett. As usual it’s clear, concise, well sourced and informative.

    https://www.corbettreport.com/siliconvalley/

    Quote The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know
    Corbett • 07/05/2019

    Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society. So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is this area the epicenter of this transformation? Discover the dark secrets behind the real history of Silicon Valley and the Big Tech giants in this important edition of The Corbett Report.



    Highly, highly recommended. Just 43 mins long, but packed with information. I knew some of this, but by no means all.

    It's more than clear, concise, well sourced and informative. I'd suggest it's essential viewing for anyone who uses the internet.

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    This latest video by Richard Dolan also belongs here. It analyzes the content of the internal FBI document warning against 'conspiracy theories', dated 30 May 2019 but published by Yahoo News on 1 August. The document itself is here:

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    RAF Menwith Hill, North Yorkshire, England, UK. Large US NSA base in the UK.
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