Wikipedia: Kent State Shootings
NPR's Investigating Power: I.F. Stone
Long Island University's George Polk Awards
LIU's Announcements of February 16th of the 2013 Polk Award Winner
UK Guardian's coverage of last Friday's Polk Award Ceremonies
The Guardian Reviews the Meat and Potatoes of the NSA Story
Silicone Valley could force NSA reform, tomorrow. What's taking so long?
NSA slides explain the PRISM data collection program
NSA PRISM program taps into user data of Apple, Google and others
Duleing dilemmas for national security reform
Thought Experiment: Imagine if Google built encrypted SMS into Android by default....
The next version of Yahoo Messenger will be 'encrypted.' If Yahoo is smart....
Soghoian's Home Page
Novelist and screenwriter Dan Brown, famous for The Da Vinci Code and for Angels and Demons published his first novel, Digital Fortress, in 1998. Did you know it was on the topic of the NSA (which has had it's controversies since the 80's, if not earlier.) I'm reading it now and it's blowing my mind how topical it is to today's post-Snowden headlines.
Speaking of earlier controversies, the work of James Bamford, whom New Yorker magazine describes as the NSA's "chief chronicler," has been doing investigative journalism on the NSA since the 1982 publication of his book The Puzzle Palace