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  1. Canada's Spy Groups Divulge Secret Intelligence to Energy Companies
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2012
    Documents raise fears that info on environmentalists, indigenous groups and more shared with industry at biannual, secret-level, briefings.
  2. Corporate Spying on Environmental Groups
    We Are Being Watched

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2013
    The surveillance of moderate environmental groups like GDAC comes at a pivotal time for the environmental movement.
  3. The Corporate State of Surveillance
    Opting Out

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2013
    America was founded on the ideals of personal liberty, freedom and democracy. Now mass spying, surveillance and the unending collection of personal data undermine civil liberties and our privacy rights. We find ourselves in the midst of an all-out invasion on what’s-none-of-their-business and its coming from both government and corporate sources. Snooping and data collection have become big business. Nothing is out of their bounds anymore.
  4. Corporations Spy on Nonprofits with Impunity
    Dow Chemical vs. Greenpeace

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2014
    Here's a dirty little secret you won't see in the daily papers: corporations conduct espionage against US nonprofit organizations without fear of being brought to justice.
  5. The Other Police State
    Private Cops vs. the Public Good

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2013
    A revealing study on "Spooky Business: A New Report on Corporate Espionage Against Non-profits" written by Gary Ruskin confirms one’s worst suspicions about the ever-expanding two-headed U.S. security state. It details how some companies use the security apparatus, including questionable espionage tactics, against anyone who challenges their authority.
  6. Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - September 4, 2014
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2014
    Information about the Connexions Alternative Media List and the Labor Film Archive. Articles on corporations spying on non-profits, workplace deaths, Monsanto and Ukraine, and liberal environmentalism. Topic of the week is Violence Against Journalists. Book of the week is Bold Scientists.
  7. Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - September 19 2014
    Spying, terrorism, and protest

    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    Published: 2014
    Coverage of spying, terrorism, and protest. Articles on how the ISIS (Islamic State group) comes to be using American weapons; the U.S. government's secret plans to spy for American corporations; the insidious power of propaganda; how to spot and defeat disruption on the Internet, and steps to sustainable livestock production. Topic of the week is War Crimes; book for the week is Berkeley: The New Student Revolt, and website of the week is LabourStart.
  8. Spooky Business: A New Report on Corporate Espionage Against Non-profits
    Sources News Release

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2013
    Giant corporations are employing highly unethical or illegal tools of espionage against nonprofit organizations with near impunity, according to a new report by Essential Information.
  9. Spooky Business: Corporate Espionage Against Nonprofit Organizations
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2013
    This report is an effort to document something about corporate espionage against nonprofit organizations. Law enforcement should prioritize investigating and prosecuting corporate espionage against nonprofits.
  10. Surveillance firms spied on campaign groups for big companies, leak shows
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2017
    British Airways, the Royal Bank of Scotland and Porsche are among five large companies that have been identified as having paid corporate intelligence firms to monitor political groups that challenged their businesses, leaked documents reveal.
  11. The U.S. Government's Secret Plans to Spy for American Corporations
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2014
    Throughout the last year, the U.S. government has repeatedly insisted that it does not engage in economic and industrial espionage, in an effort to distinguish its own spying from China's infiltrations of Google, Nortel, and other corporate targets. Turns out that isn't true.

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