Why National Security, Of Course 

total information awareness,

Piece by Piece, They Collected Our Whole Lives

The U.S. government's data collection plan worked with the support of its allies, putting together every bit of our lives.

How Governments Made Us into Weapons

counter extremism project, counter extremism, project

Nokia to Replace Huawei in 3000 Deutsche Telekom Cites 

Nokia has been selected to replace Huawei at 3000 Deutsche Telekom sites across Germany, following a re-entry for the Finnish telecom giant.

Why Song Psychic?  Why Not?

song psychic, song, psychic, spotify,

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