Posts tagged "Wiretapping"

Undermining Liberty

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Undermining Liberty

The idea of a database containing who-knows-how-much personal information communicated by who-knows-how-many people, with no individual or public oversight of its contents, is awe-inspiring, and terrifyingly Orwellian, whether it’s being kept in the name of “fighting terrorism” or “the free market.”

Under PRESSure

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Under PRESSure

The Department of Justice seized the phone records of the Associated Press, allegedly in pursuit of “leaks” of classified information…

Newscorp’s Pocket

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Newscorp's Pocket

I finally have something on the News of the World phone hacking scandal. This cartoon combines the common sentiment of public servants and government agencies being “in the pocket” of big business with imagery emphasizing Rupert Murdoch’s Austalian-ness…