Michael Riconosciuto Files Affidavit in Inslaw Case that the DOJ Stole the PROMIS Software from Inslaw for Gov’t Use

Michael Riconosciuto, a computer expert, filed an affidavit before a House judiciary committee investigating the bankruptcy case of Inslaw Inc. v. US Government (see 1974 entry for INSLAW). Riconosciuto testified that he was working under the direction of CEO Earl Brian of Hadron Inc., a government consulting firm and Inslaw competitor, and that Peter Videnieks, […]

Lt. Alan Standorf, one of the First NSA Whistleblowers on Mass Surveillance, Found Dead in the Back of a Car at Reagan Airport

First Lieutenant Alan David Standorf worked with, if not directly for, the National Security Agency at Vint Hill Farms Station, then a U.S. Army/NSA listening post. In 1990, he became a whistleblower and made contact with Danny Casolaro, an investigative journalist. Standorf gave Casolaro information and copies of classified documents to help expose illegal activities including money laundering, […]

Charlotte Iserbyt, former Sr Policy Advisor in the U.S. Dept of Education, Blows the Whistle on a Major Technology Initiative to Control Curriculum in America’s Classrooms.

Charlotte Iserbyt | written June 15, 2004 Although Ronald Reagan had made abolishing the unconstitutional U.S. Dept. of Education one of his most important campaign promises while running for President in 1979-1980, once elected he made a very strange choice for his Secretary of Education, T. H. Bell from Utah, who had not only been […]