Monthly Archive: August 2015

Gallup regularly polls workers around the world to find …

Gallup regularly polls workers around the world to find out. Its survey last year found that almost 90 percent of workers were either “not engaged” with or “actively disengaged” from their jobs. Think about that: Nine out of 10 workers spend half their waking lives doing things they don’t really want to do in places they don’t particularly want to be. Barry Schwartz: Rethinking Work – NYTimes.com (View on gamamb.tumblr.com)

In my 40 years of reporting on mass surveillance, …

In my 40 years of reporting on mass surveillance, I have been raided three times; jailed once; had television programs I made or assisted making banned from airing under government pressure five times; seen tapes seized; faced being shoved out of a helicopter; had my phone tapped for at least a decade; and — with this arrest — been lined up to face up to 30 years imprisonment for alleged violations of secrecy laws. Investigative Journalist Duncan Campbell: GCHQ And Me (View on gamamb.tumblr.com)