The state of The UK – Suspect Nation the Documentary


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Henry Porter embarks on a journey to look at the surveillance technologies being used in the UK and US today and what lies ahead. Henry also sees security expert Adam Laurie demonstrate how insecure many of these technologies are.

Britain has undergone a huge change in the last few years. Since 9/11, the state has developed a very different view of its’ citizens. New surveillance technologies are penetrating every aspect of our lives and we don’t even know it. Across the country, millions of cameras are watching us. The police will soon be able to record every journey we make and soon the state will want all of our fingerprints and iris scans.

Since Tony Blair’s New Labour government came to power in 1997, the UK civil liberties landscape has changed dramatically. ASBOs were introduced by Section 1 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and first used in 1999. The right to remain silent is no longer universal. Our right to privacy, free from interception of communications has been severely curtailed. The ability to travel without surveillance (or those details of our journeys being retained) has disappeared.

Indeed, as Henry Porter (the Observer journalist famous for his recent email clash with Tony Blair over the paring down of civil liberties) reveals in this unsettling film, our movements are being watched, and recorded, more than ever before.

Jacob Appelbaum’s 29C3 keynote on the out-of-control surveillance state


Jacob Appelbaum’s keynote from 29C3 — last December’s Chaos Communications Congress in Hamburg — is a riveting hour on surveillance, freedom, and the wild, criminal lawlessness of the NSA and other spy agencies. Jacob’s factual, methodical laying out of the growth of American surveillance is brilliant, terrifying and enraging, and it left me wanting to rush to a barricade. Jacob’s insights into how we are coping with the surveillance state and why that needs to change are terrific. Someone make a transcript of this, please.

FBI Occupy surveillance exposed


Take Care ..!!! The Man wants to label all people in civil rights movements as terrorists and put all in a Guantanamo like prison …! be aware ..sure they will make false proofs of terrorist activities..
They pressure will just spread all the Movements
We don not forgive….. we do not forget

source: Liberation Radio

Cops arrest Occupy people Documents recently obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund detail FBI surveillance of the Occupy Wall Street movement in close cooperation with the private sector. Civil rights attorney Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, the executive director of the PCJF, discusses the serious implications for civil liberties of this intelligence operation and the historic role of the FBI in targeting and suppressing grassroots movements.

Evoking the memory of historic struggles for equality and civil rights, Obama’s inaugural speech sought to associate his administration with the progressive causes of our time — but is there any real merit to this? Richard Becker explores the real record of Obama’s first term to expose the White House’s reactionary agenda and what we can expect from Washington in the coming period.Activists and community members are taking to the streets against police brutality following the senseless beating of Jabbar Campbell by anti-gay NYPD cops. Liberation Radio covers the community march and rally demanding justice, and speaks to Campbell about this latest incident of violence in the hands of police that is not the exception, but rather the rule.