The Suffolk Journal

Trump is stronger than the leaks

Patrick George

March 1, 2017

President Donald Trump’s claim to fame may be his ability to create an extraordinary amount of jobs, in the political comedy and punditry industry.  For the last two years, Trump has enraged the general public for both his comments— preference for heroes who aren’t prisoners of war, lewd comments ...

Obama’s NSA bulk proposal leaves major issue in place

Obama’s NSA bulk proposal leaves major issue in place

Sam Humphrey

April 2, 2014

Last Monday, The New York Times reported that the Obama administration would soon announce a plan to end the National Security Agency (NSA)’s bulk collection of Americans’ telephone data. However, as news outlets soon reported, the reform does little to actually protect Americans’ privacy and shri...

US denies NSA violation of international privacy regulations

US denies NSA violation of international privacy regulations

November 6, 2013

By: Chris Cote-McLaughlin Chances are, if you have an Internet connection or cable access, you are aware of the appalling scandal that has come to light concerning the U.S.' National Security Agency (NSA). Also, chances are, if you have an Internet connection or smartphone, that same office has read...

Opinion: On NSA surveillance of European and Latin American allies (Pt. 2)

Opinion: On NSA surveillance of European and Latin American allies (Pt. 2)

Matt Bacon

October 2, 2013

  One of the most talked about topics the last few months has been the National Security Administration and its questionable methods in keeping Americans safe. For months after the initial leaks outing the NSA’s surveillance program was revealed, it was assumed that Americans and foreigners...

Opinion: On NSA surveillance of European and Latin American allies (Pt. 1)

Opinion: On NSA surveillance of European and Latin American allies (Pt. 1)

David Frederick

October 2, 2013

It may be cliché, but the current headlines these days are shaping our society to look like a contemporary George Orwell novel: a media that panders to our inadequacies, certain sectors of our government failing to do their jobs, and the NSA is probing every nook and cranny for intelligence like a collective ...

NSA spying on smart phones is unnecessary, evil

NSA spying on smart phones is unnecessary, evil

Matt Bacon

September 18, 2013

Since June, one of the hottest topics in the American political sphere has been the degree to which our own intelligence agencies can use the Internet and mobile technology to gather information from American citizens. It has been over three months since Edward Snowden leaked the first documents suggesting...

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