Tag: five eyes
Privacy: End game for end-to-end encryption
8 April 2021 — True Publica
By Heather Burns: Last week, Wired has reported that the Home Office is actively exploring legal and technical mechanisms to compel Facebook and WhatsApp to break end-to-end encryption messaging.
Watch: The Scale of This Digital Dragnet Has Reached Epic Proportions
21 March, 2021 — 21st Century Wire
By NEWS WIRE
The intergovernmental data trawling led by America’s NSA, and partnering with the other Five Eyes nations the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, has the capability for full spectrum dominance over almost every aspect of human life – provided that most functioning aspects of our society and economy are transferred exclusively to the digital domain. The implications of this will render the foundational concepts of personal freedom and sovereignty meaningless in a traditional sense.
Former NSA and CIA contractor turned whistleblower, Ed Snowden, explains how this digital dragnet has come to pass and what practical steps society needs to take to preserve essential aspects of a free civilization. Watch:
U.S. And Its Five Eye Partners Use ‘Persuasion’, Sabotage And Disinformation To Gain Vaccine Supremacy
15 March 2021 — Moon of Alabama
The U.S. and some of its allies are engaged in efforts to malign the Russian Sputink V vaccine and to promote the more expensive mRNA vaccines produced by ‘western’ companies.
Back in November we warned that the vaccine competition would be ruthless:
New Leaks Show How British Spies Infiltrate And Undermine Lebanon’s Security Services
18 January 2021 — Moon of Alabama
A few month ago we reported on documents which revealed secret British ‘Strategic Communication’ programs in support of the Jihadis who fight against the Syrian people and their government.
In December documents of a different secret program revealed similar British efforts in Lebanon. These were designed to influence certain ‘liberal’ youth groups in preparation for a ‘color revolution’ that would overthrow the Lebanese government.
Australia Sabotaged Its Own Interests in China Relations
8 December 2020 — Consortium News
By Tony Kevin
The destruction over the past five years of Australia’s mutually beneficial diplomatic and trade relationship with China was probably a successful “Five Eyes” information warfare operation, writes Tony Kevin.
Australian government moves to boost data-swapping with US spy network
9 March 2020 — WSWS
By Mike Head
The Australian government is helping spearhead moves by the Trump administration to force internet companies to hand over encryption-cracking capabilities, and to intensify data-swapping within the US-dominated “Five Eyes” global surveillance network.
The Hidden Military Use of 5G Technology by Manlio Dinucci
13 December 2019 — Voltaire Network
The operation organised by the “Five Eyes” against Huawei aims exclusively to ensure that 5G technology in the West will not be controlled by a Chinese company. As a Pentagon report attests, this civilian technology is primarily used for military purposes.
Official Secrets, Lies and the Five Eyes
20 December 2019 — Off Guardian
Is Putin losing his grip? Why did Russian disinformation operations fail so dramatically in the UK election? Not only did the “rabid socialist” Corbyn fail to seize power from the Russophobic cold-war warriors of Whitehall but Russia’s man in the White House is already planning to move in with them!
Next Generation 5G and the US-China “Cellphone War”: Selected Stories
16 December 2018 — Global Research
The unspoken US policy objective behind the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou on trumped up charges, consists in breaking China’s technological lead in wireless telecommunications.
What is at stake is a coordinated US and allied intelligence initiative to ban China’s Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd from the “next generation” state of the art 5G global mobile phone network.
“Five Eyes” summit in Australia ramps up internet censorship By Mike Head
5 September 2018 — WSWS
A meeting of key cabinet members from the US-led Five Eyes global spying network, held in Australia on August 28-29, shed light on the ousting of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull three days earlier, as well as the intensifying social media censorship.
Despite the high-profile character of the gathering, the event received almost no publicity. Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton hosted the summit. Leading the other delegations were US Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid, along with Canada’s Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and New Zealand Justice Minister Andrew Little.