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August 17, 2012
The New Totalitarianism of Surveillance Technology

From Reader Supported News Original article available here A software engineer in my Facebook community wrote recently about his outrage that when he visited...

August 16, 2012
Ecuador Grants Assange Asylum, Defying UK Threats

From Reader Supported News Original article available here The Ecuadorian government announced on Thursday that it will grant WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asy...

August 16, 2012
Stealthy, Tiny, Deadly, Global: The Drone Revolution’s Next Phase

From Wired Original article available here Today's unmanned robotic planes only seem advanced. A decade after the CIA and the Air Force tucked a Hellfire...

August 16, 2012
How Governments and Telecom Companies Work Together on Surveillance Laws

From Slate Original article available here When Americans are displeased with their politicians, they like to threaten to move to Canada. But if you’re...

August 16, 2012
Big Brother Takes the Wheel

From Salon Original article available here Your chipper TV friend Flo, otherwise known as Progressive’s ubiquitous shill, wants you to be excited &mdas...

August 16, 2012
Pockets of City See Higher Use of Force During Police Stops

From The New York Times Original article available here The crowded neighborhoods of the West Bronx come alive at night. Residents, young and old, cluster ar...

August 15, 2012
Appeals Court: Police Can Track Cell Phones Without Warrant

From Raw Story Original article available here The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled Tuesday that police can use cell phone data obt...

August 15, 2012
Peace Laureates Call on NBC to Cancel New Show: 'War Isn't Entertainment'

From Common Dreams Original article available here Nine Nobel Peace Laureates on Monday joined a growing chorus of critics calling on NBC entertainment to ca...

August 15, 2012
Dozens of 'Innocent' Prisoners Could Be Freed

From USA Today Original article available here Dozens of federal prisoners who are locked up even though prosecutors concede they are "legally innocent" coul...

August 15, 2012
TSA Officers Allege Racial Profiling in Security Lines at Boston Airport

From The Guardian Original article available here An initiative to flag potential terrorist threats at an Boston airport has led to to widespread racial prof...

August 15, 2012
Hidden History: America’s Secret Drone War in Africa

From Wired Original article available here More secret bases. More and better unmanned warplanes. More frequent and deadly robotic attacks. Some five years after a...

August 15, 2012
After Awful Tragedies, The Campus Bureaucracy Expands

From Minding the Campus Original article available here The Boston Herald is a scrappy, politically conservative tabloid that normally rants and rails agains...

August 10, 2012
Chavis Carter Handcuffed-Shooting Case Now Under Supervision of FBI

From The Guardian Original article available here The FBI says it is "monitoring" the case of a police suspect who officers claim fatally shot himself in the...

August 10, 2012
Court Blesses 'No-Demonstration' Zone at '04 GOP Convention

From Politico Original article available here A federal appeals court issued a ruling this week that could embolden authorities in Tampa and Charlotte to kee...

August 10, 2012
New York Times Complains to Police Over Treatment of Photographer

From The Guardian Original article available here The New York Times has complained to the city's police department after one of its photographers said h...

August 10, 2012
Appeals Court Tosses Warrantless Wiretapping Suit

From Politico Original article available here A federal appeals court has overturned a court decision awarding $40,800 in damages and $2.5 million in legal f...

August 10, 2012
Army Tests Spy Blimp Over NJ

From NBC New York Original article available here The Army is testing its $517 million spy blimp in the skies over the New Jersey military base where the Ger...

August 10, 2012
NYPD and Microsoft Launch Surveillance System

From Reader Supported News Original article available here New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has unveiled a new crime-fighting system developed with Microsoft...

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