Posts Tagged ‘Surveillance & Privacy’

Shahid Buttar, Heidi Boghosian

June 12 . 2013

Information about top-secret government surveillance programs was leaked; is the public owed an explanation from the Feds? Shahid Buttar with Bill of Rights Defense Committee and Heidi Boghosian with National Lawyers Guild give their take.

Trevor Aaronson

March 4 . 2013

The Terror Factory shows how the FBI has, under the guise of engaging in counterterrorism since 9/11, built a network of more than 15,000 informants whose primary purpose is to infiltrate Muslim communities to create and facilitate phony terrorist plots so that the bureau can then claim victory in the war on terror.

Theresa Payton

June 28 . 2012

Protecting Your Internet Identity helps you understand the implications of your online persona, how you may be putting yourself at risk. Co-author Theresa Payton tells you how to take charge of this important new aspect of your lives for career and personal success.

Clay Johnson

February 6 . 2012

Author Clay Johnson explains the role information has played throughout history, and why following his prescribed diet is essential for everyone who strives to be smart, productive, and sane in The Information Diet.

Lori Andrews

January 30 . 2012

A leading expert on social networks and privacy Lori Andrews shows, through in-depth research and stories of abuses, as we work and chat and shop and date over the Web how we are opening ourselves up to increasingly intrusive and anonymous surveillance in I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did.

Susan N. Herman

October 17 . 2011

Susan Herman, the president of the ACLU takes a hard look at the human and social costs of the War on Terror in Taking Liberties.

Frederick Lane, Sister Souljah

April 11 . 2011

Author and attorney Frederick Lane talks about privacy issues in the age of social media. Then, political activist and author, Sister Soulja brings to her millions of fans an adventure about young, deep love and the lengths that they will go to have it in Midnight and the Meaning of Love.


Kevin Poulsen

February 28 . 2011

In a previous life,  Kevin Poulsen served five years in prison for hacking, so the Wired senior editor and “Threat Level” blogger knows intimately the terrain he explores in his new book, Kingpin. It is the tale of the criminal exploits of a hacker, Max Butler, who stole access to 1.8 million credit card accounts.

Adam Schwartz, Mike Mease

February 15 . 2011

The ACLU wants Chicago to stop installing new cameras to the city’s surveillance network because it’s an invasion of privacy and there is a  potential for wrongful conduct. Adam Schwartz with the ACLU joins us. Then later, Mike Mease with the Buffalo Field Campaign tells us why a judge’s ruling  to continue the slaughter of Bison who roam Yellowstone is not welcomed.

Nate Cardozo, David Albright

March 18 . 2010

Break the law and your new friend on social networking sites may be the FBI. Nate Cardozo with the Electronic Frontier Foundation explains. Then, former UN weapons inspector, David Albright’s new book Peddling Peril reveals the explosive details of the secret nuclear trade arming Iran, N. Korea and Al Qaeda.