Tag: san francisco


Bohemian Grove

Bohemian Grove is an exclusive men’s club founded in 1872, situated in a 2,700-acre redwood forest in California. Its 2,500 members, primarily influential men, gather annually in July for a secretive two-week retreat. The Grove hosts the famous “Cremation of Care” ceremony and serves as a networking hub for individuals in politics, business, and the […]


Room 641A: Infamous Government Surveillance Facility

Room 641A is a facility in San Francisco operated by AT&T and used by the NSA for government surveillance programs, which intercepted internet traffic without public knowledge or consent. The revelation of the program sparked a public debate about privacy and government surveillance, leading to legal challenges and reforms to government surveillance policies. The legacy […]