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How the FBI Increased Its Power After 9/11 and Helped Put Trump in Office - 16 septembre 2019
Mike German, a former FBI special agent, had four years on the job when he took an assignment that would change his life forever. It was 1992. A jury in Simi Valley, California, had just acquitted a group of mostly white Los Angeles police officers for the videotaped beating of a black construction worker named (...)

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Secret Terrorism Watchlist Found Unconstitutional in Historic Decision - 7 septembre 2019
In the dark, nearly two-decade long history of America’s war on terror certain initiatives stand out. The rendition and torture of suspected terrorists around the world. Drone warfare. Warrantless surveillance of private citizens. And the creation of watchlists, shadowy and opaque in their construction, with (...)

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How Solitary Confinement Kills : Torture and Stunning Neglect End in Suicide at Privately Run ICE Prison - 31 août 2019
Efraín Romero de la Rosa would pace around his solitary confinement cell. He often paused to glance through the small window that looked out at the rest of the gray immigration jail unit. Standing at 5-foot-5, with a bushy black beard and receding hairline, Romero spent his 21st day in solitary battling the voices (...)

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The U.S. Border Patrol and an Israeli Military Contractor Are Putting a Native American Reservation Under “Persistent Surveillance” - 26 août 2019
On the southwestern end of the Tohono O’odham Nation’s reservation, roughly 1 mile from a barbed-wire barricade marking Arizona’s border with the Mexican state of Sonora, Ofelia Rivas leads me to the base of a hill overlooking her home. A U.S. Border Patrol truck is parked roughly 200 yards upslope. A small black (...)

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Twitter Helped Chinese Government Promote Disinformation on Repression of Uighurs - 24 août 2019
Twitter helped to promote Chinese government propaganda and disinformation about the country’s controversial internment camps in the Xinjiang region, a review of the company’s advertising records reveals. The social media company today announced a policy change that would bar such promotion following an inquiry (...)

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Google Is Deepening Its Involvement With Egypt’s Repressive Government - 19 août 2019
Google is set to re-staff its Cairo office, which more or less went dormant in 2014, following the military coup that brought President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to power in Egypt. The move comes against the backdrop of well-documented abuses by the Sisi government against dissidents and activists, which it facilitates (...)

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A New App Allows Readers in China to Bypass Censorship of The Intercept - 9 août 2019
Since June, people in China have been unable to read The Intercept, after the country’s government apparently banned our website, along with those of several other media organizations. Today, we are happy to announce a workaround that will allow people in China to circumvent the restrictions, access our full site, (...)

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The Metadata Trap - 4 août 2019
The Trump Administration Is Using the Full Power of the U.S. Surveillance State Against Whistleblowers Government whistleblowers are increasingly being charged under laws such as the Espionage Act, but they aren’t spies. They’re ordinary Americans and, like most of us, they carry smartphones that automatically get (...)

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Hacked Emails Show GOP Demands on Border Security Were Crafted by Industry Lobbyists - 1er août 2019
Rep. Chuck Fleischmann often strikes a Trumpian tone on border security, stoking fears during television appearances and on social media about a caravan of Central American migrants, and repeating the president’s pledge to build a wall to prevent unauthorized immigration. In April 2018, during an appropriations (...)

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We Tested Europe’s New Lie Detector for Travelers — and Immediately Triggered a False Positive - 27 juillet 2019
They call it the Silent Talker. It is a virtual policeman designed to strengthen Europe’s borders, subjecting travelers to a lie detector test before they are allowed to pass through customs. Prior to your arrival at the airport, using your own computer, you log on to a website, upload an image of your passport, (...)

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Google Continues Investments in Military and Police AI Technology Through Venture Capital Arm - 24 juillet 2019
Last year,Google faced internal revolt from many employees over its handling of Project Maven, a secretive contract between the company and the Department of Defense to use artificial intelligence to improve the military’s drone targeting capabilities. After a series of internal, worker-led protests and (...)

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A California Bill Could Transform the Lives of Gig Workers. Silicon Valley Wants Labor’s Help To Stop It. - 19 juillet 2019
A bill with potentially huge implications for the so-called gig economy is making its way through the California state legislature this summer, laying bare cleavages within the labor movement. Companies like Uber and Lyft are seeking a workaround to the legislation, which would classify their drivers as employees (...)

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How Israeli-Designed Drones Became Russia’s Eyes in the Sky for Defending Bashar al-Assad - 16 juillet 2019
Last summer, Israel shot down yet another military drone near the line that separates the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights from the rest of Syria. The confrontation would have been business as usual, if not for a twist : Images of the destroyed drone showed Cyrillic tail markings and other identifiable components of (...)

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Middle East Dictators Buy Spy Tech From Company Linked to IBM and Google - 14 juillet 2019
It is the size of a small suitcase and can be placed discreetly in the back of a car. When the device is powered up, it begins secretly monitoring hundreds of cellphones in the vicinity, recording people’s private conversations and vacuuming up their text messages. The device is one of several spy tools (...)

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How U.S. Tech Giants Are Helping to Build China’s Surveillance State - 14 juillet 2019
An American organization founded by tech giants Google and IBM is working with a company that is helping China’s authoritarian government conduct mass surveillance against its citizens, The Intercept can reveal. The OpenPower Foundation — a nonprofit led by Google and IBM executives with the aim of trying to “drive (...)

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Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost Was a Member of Secret Facebook Group - 13 juillet 2019
When news broke that thousands of current and former Border Patrol agents were members of a secret Facebook group filled with racist, vulgar, and sexist content, Carla Provost, chief of the agency, was quick to respond. “These posts are completely inappropriate and contrary to the honor and integrity I see — and (...)

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Amnesty International Condemns U.S. Attacks on Border Journalists and Human Rights Defenders - 3 juillet 2019
The shape of the Trump administration’s approach to policing immigration is at this point familiar. Since January 2017, federal agents and officers have been under orders to enforce a harsh interpretation of immigration laws without restraint. The result has most infamously manifested in the forced separation of (...)

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NYPD Added Nearly 2,500 New People to Its Gang Database in the Last Year - 28 juin 2019
The New York Police Department is still listing children as young as 13 in its secret gang database, police officials told a New York City Council committee yesterday. The database is growing, currently including 18,084 people, up 2 percent from last June, when the NYPD last testified about the database. The (...)

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I’m a Journalist but I Didn’t Fully Realize the Terrible Power of U.S. Border Officials Until They Violated My Rights and Privacy - 22 juin 2019
I should have kept my mouth shut about the guacamole ; that made things worse for me. Otherwise, what I’m about to describe could happen to any American who travels internationally. It happened 33,295 times last year. My work as a journalist has taken me to many foreign countries, including frequent trips to (...)

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In Court, Facebook Blames Users for Destroying Their Own Right to Privacy - 16 juin 2019
In April 2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat before members of both houses of Congress and told them his company respected the privacy of the roughly two billion people who use it. “Privacy” remained largely undefined throughout Zuckerberg’s televised flagellations, but he mentioned the concept more than two dozen (...)