National Security Agency

Joe’s Journal: The NSA and The Constitution

Big brother can listen! Why doesn’t that bother us?

FM News 100.5 KXNT–12/22/2013

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NSA Chief To Talk At Hackers’ Conference In Vegas

The head of the U.S. National Security Agency has faced Congress and presidents in the past, and isn’t expected to budge from the position that his mission is to stop terrorists and that his agency’s surveillance program is critical, even amid a room full of hackers Wednesday at a conference in Las Vegas.

07/31/2013

File photo of Edward Snowden. (Photo by The Guardian via Getty Images)

Few Turn Out For Privacy Protests

Hot temperatures didn’t deter a handful of protesters in Nevada who voiced concerns over government snooping and individual privacy.

07/05/2013

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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 06/20/13: The Loss Of Freedom In America Town Hall

With the IRS targeting tea party groups and the National Security Agency collecting our phone records without our knowledge.

06/20/2013

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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 06/18/13: The Republican Party, The Strip, And The NSA

Next year, we will be heading back to vote in the 2014 Midterm Election.

06/18/2013

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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 06/10/13: Edward Snowden, The NSA, The Clark County School District

The man who claims to be the whistleblower behind the revelation that the National Security Agency is gathering troves of data on individuals’ telephone and internet use stepped forward on Sunday.

06/10/2013

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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 06/07/13: The NSA, The Man About Town, And The Wall-To-Wall Free For All

A top-secret arm of the controversial Stellar Wind program was set up after 9/11 that allows that National Security Agency and the FBI to tap into the main servers of nine major Internet companies.

06/07/2013

Feds Getting Involved In Cyber Attacks

Two are better than one. And the federal government is hoping that maxim holds true when it comes to fending off potential cyber attacks.

10/14/2010

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