On the Eve of Christmas, the National Security Agency released a report detailing all the times it illegally spied on Americans. Though highly dedacted, the report reveals over 40 quarterly and annual reports since 2001. While officials say the actions did not violate the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act or the USA Patriot Act, they downplay the results, saying simply agents “overstepped 1981 Executive Order 12333″.
There are several ways employess of NSA blatantly violated the laws established to protect citizens. In fact, a representative from NSA confirmed with Bloomberg News that “some analyists deliberately ignored restrictions on their authority to spy on Americans” in August of last year.Read more »
With nearly 100TB of email correspondence from Sony Pictures brought to light, people have begun to see the exact inner workings of Hollywood’s elite in the film industry. Inside the emails, there are discussions about salaries of nearly 7000 people, movie plans, and doctor’s letters explaining leaves of absences for stars.
But looking deeper inside, you may find some information on a different, and personal level. The hackers who have claimed responsibility, The Guardians of Peace, took the information over the weekend and begun sharing the files they took. One such email shows director Scott Rudin explaining how he didn’t care for Angelina Jolie playing the role of Cleopatra. “I’m not remotely interested in presiding over a $180m ego bath that we both know will be the career-defining debacle for us both. I’m not destroying my career over a minimally talented spoiled brat who thought nothing of shoving this off her plate for eighteen months so she could go direct a movie [Unbroken] … She’s a camp event and a celebrity and that’s all and the last thinganybody needs is to make a giant bomb with her that any fool could see coming. We will end up being the laughing stock of our industry and we will deserve it, which is soclearly where this is headed that I cannot believe we are still wasting our time with it.”Read more »
Bright Mountain Acquisition Corporation (OTCQB: BMAQ) an owner, acquirer and manager of customized websites for military and public safety audiences, has expanded its online menu of services with the December 9, 2014 launch of the “Bright Network Secure Email Service”. Boca Raton, FL December 09, 2014 Bright Mountain Acquisition Corporation (OTCQB: BMAQ) an owner, acquirer […]Read more »