Shahid Buttar, Bill of Rights Defense Committee, joins Thom Hartmann. Just one day after NSA chief Keith Alexander went on “60 Minutes” to defend his agency’s spying programs – a federal judge has ruled that the NSA’s bulk metadata collection program is unconstitutional. Author: TheBigPictureRT | Duration: 5:53 | Rating: 5.00

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What are the “rules of the road” with respect to cyber space? Since cyber space knows no boundaries, whose government gets to decide? What is the prospect for an agreed upon multinational framework for defining threats and sanctioning responses, up to and including offensive action? Keith Alexander, CEO and Co-Founder, IronNet Cybersecurity; Former Director, National […]

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Jacob Appelbaum Interview – Discusses Edward Snowden, The NSA, TOR, WikiLeaks. In this interview we see Jacob Appelbaum discuss some of the recent developments in the leaking of NSA documents by Edward Snowden, by The Guardian and Spiegel Newspapers. Jacob Appelbaum is the lead developer at TOR, AKA The Onion Router, which allows for anonymous […]

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March 11, 2014|Patricia Zengerle and Phil Stewart | Reuters (Gary Cameron Reuters, ) WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s pick to lead the National Security Agency pledged on Tuesday to look for ways to build confidence in the beleaguered spy agency and, in a possible shift, stopped short of calling former contractor Edward Snowden a […]

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Every week, and sometimes every day, there is a new revelation about the shady practices of the NSA. After the news broke that the spy agency targeted thirty-five heads of state, not to mention the head of the UN, General Keith Alexander and Obama were on the defensive again and the cartoon ideas were frolicking […]

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Sen. John McCain said he believes heads should roll at the National Security Agency in response to former defense contractor Edward Snowden’s classified information leak. The Arizona senator and former Republican presidential nominee said Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the NSA, should “resign or be fired,” in an interview with German newspaper Der Spiegel. “We […]

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Alexander defends agency amid criticism in U.S. and abroad October 31, 2013|By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun Under questioning from committee Chairman Mike Rogers, Alexander said the records were of calls “external to the country in which it was reported.” He said neither the reporters nor Snowden understood how to interpret the classified documents. U.S. […]

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The U.S. National Security Agency director, General Keith Alexander on Tuesday (October 29) defended the spy agency as acting within legal boundaries. Author: IBTimesUK | Duration: 1:38 | Rating: 2.50

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Jessica L. Tozer with NSA Director and CYCOM Commander General Keith Alexander to get the story straight about the National Security Agency’s most criticized foreign intelligence and cybersecurity programs. Author: MrLietoUs | Duration: 32:45 | Rating: 1.67

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The head of America’s National Security Agency – credited with a major expansion of the organization’s covert surveillance operations – is due to quit, early next year. Army general Keith Alexander, who is the NSA’s longest-serving chief, has come under intense pressure since whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the vast scale of government snooping. RT LIVE […]

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Abby Martin calls attention to the CIA’s reliance on NSA data mining for its drone strikes, and speaks to David Seaman, host of the David Seaman hour about NSA accountability, Keith Alexander’s departure from the agency and Glenn Greenwald’s latest journalistic venture. LIKE Breaking the Set @ http://fb.me/BreakingTheSet FOLLOW Abby Martin @ http://twitter.com/AbbyMartin Author: breakingtheset […]

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Keith Alexander%2C official military portrait by Wikipedia NSA Director General Keith Alexander Deep from within the inner bowels of the NSA, agency Director General Keith Alexander reportedly gave a wide ranging 90 minute interview where among his other statements he insisted, “We followed the law, we follow our policies, we self-report, we identify problems, we […]

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