N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images

N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images
The National Security Agency is harvesting huge numbers of images of people from communications that it intercepts through its global surveillance operations for use in sophisticated facial recognition programs, according to top-secret documents.

NSA contractors use LinkedIn profiles to cash in on national security
NSA spies need jobs, too. And that is why many covert programs could be hiding in plain sight. Job websites such as LinkedIn and Indeed.com contain hundreds of profiles that reference classified NSA efforts, posted by everyone from career government employees to low-level IT workers who served in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Why There Is No Russian Military Intervention In The Ukraine

Explosion hits Ukraine border city, killing at least two

Unveiling “Western” Hypocrisy Russia Connects Syria And Ukraine

With The National 9/11 Memorial And Museum Opening, It’s Time We Confront The Truth

Jackson Jr. gets time off projected prison term, pays $550,000
Imprisoned former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s projected release date from federal prison is now Sept. 20, 2015, more than three months earlier than the day he had been expected to be freed, federal officials confirmed today.

Sudan backtracks on pledge to free woman sentenced to death for apostasy
The foreign office said on Saturday that Meriam Ibrahim would be freed within days but now says only Sudan’s courts can decide on her fate

The bizarre tale of America’s last known POW

US soldier freed from captivity in Afghanistan

…Taliban releases soldier in exchange for 5 Gitmo detainees

British Government Coverup and Whitewash of Iraq War Crimes: The Chilcot Inquiry

The Chilcot inquiry’s focus on Bush-Blair secrets distracts us from disaster in plain sight
To have any relevance, the Chilcot inquiry should extend its brief to cover all UK military interventions since the alliance

Gist of Tony Blair’s talks with George Bush over Iraq war to be published
Agreement between the Chilcot inquiry and government to publish some secret material comes after months of deadlock

Tourist who took camera inside North Korea shocked by ‘ordinary’ lives of citizens
When a man from Singapore had his wish to visit North Korea granted, he braced himself for the scenes of ‘barren lands’ and ‘really, really sad people’ that he had seen via a BBC Panorama documentary. But what he found blew his mind – for all the right reasons.

‘My friends tell me what I’ve seen must be fake’: Tourist who took a camera inside North Korea and expected to find ‘really, really sad people’ was shocked to find a happy country

U.S. Imperialism and Nigerian Schoolgirls

International kowtowing to Israel must end now
The Americans and Europeans have tried being the voice of reason and failed. Now they must speak to Israel in the language it understands best (hint: it’s not Hebrew.)

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