NSA Spying Was Never About Terrorism, It Is About Economic Spying

Sonya Sandage BenSwann.com 12/19/2013

The Associated Press reported on Dec. 17th that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has released an “open letter to the people of Brazil.”

Since spring, Snowden has been releasing thousands of documents on the NSA program through journalists Barton Gellman at the Washington Post, Glenn Greenwald at the Guardian, and U.S. filmmaker […]

US diplomat: ‘Managing the Internet certainly not one of the UN’s roles’

Josh Peterson The Daily Caller 5/30/2012

American policymakers met Wednesday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to discuss how international proposals to regulate the Internet would affect the U.S. and developing nations. That fate which may decided at a conference in Dubai in December.

Policymakers were adamant that the proposals to renegotiate a […]

Brazil Scolds US Hours After Obama Leaves, China Worried Revolution Will Spread

John Verum Serum 3/22/2011

From today’s NY Times:

On Monday, hours after the departure of President Barack Obama, Brazil’s government issued a statement condemning the assault and urging “the start of dialogue.”

So much for our wonderful future as partners. The main point of the article is that China is now stepping up opposition to […]