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Ryan Gallagher
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Ryan Gallagher 10h
UK govt "propaganda unit" covertly running Syria humanitarian campaign as cover for a counter-radicalisation scheme:
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Edward Snowden 20h
My first long form essay, On Resistance:
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Ryan Gallagher 10h
Which is really only the tip of the iceberg, as it doesn't include searches of EO12333 data, shared through ICREACH.
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Ryan Gallagher 10h
In 2015, NSA & CIA conducted at least 23,800 warrantless searches for Americans’ metadata + 4,672 for content:
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Ryan Gallagher 11h
If Wright isn't Satoshi this whole saga has got to go down as one of the weirdest most elaborate con jobs in history
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Ryan Gallagher 11h
On , remember the many journalists killed or jailed for their reporting
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Ryan Gallagher May 2
UK govt funding clandestine propaganda campaigns to bring about “attitudinal & behavioural change” among Muslims:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 29
How to hide civilian deaths in statistics ... just count everybody killed as an 'unverified combatant'
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 29
UK govt claims it's killed some 1,000 'combatants' - & no civilians - in Iraq & Syria between Sept '14 & March '16:
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Ryan Devereaux Apr 29
Interesting things happen when you compare Gen. Votel's comments on Kunduz and war crimes w/ DoD's law of war manual
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 28
Merkel abruptly fires Germany’s spy chief:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 28
Secretly monitoring the activities of a member of parliament & a mayoral candidate for "policing purposes". Ok then
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 28
UK police anti-extremism unit monitoring senior figures, despite pledge it'd only target criminals:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 27
Study finds concerns about govt surveillance may be stopping people from researching terrorism issues on Wikipedia:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 27
This video by is a good example of how suddenly people care about data privacy when it becomes tangible
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The Intercept Apr 23
“The truth isn’t defamatory; it’s the truth.” Journalist describes her arrest by an international criminal tribunal:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 23
Former CIA detainees to sue architects of torture program in landmark case:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 23
Google’s remarkably close relationship w/ the Obama White House, in two charts:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 23
Vice News appealing Canadian court order demanding that reporter hand over messages with alleged IS fighter:
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Ryan Gallagher Apr 23
US judge rules feds' National Security Letters, used to obtain personal info under gag order, are constitutional:
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