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September 19, 2013
How Google Will Track You Without Cookies

From The Atlantic Wire As users have become both more aware and wary of cookies — the technology that tracks browsing activity for advertising purposes &md...

September 19, 2013
Masked DEA Agents Raid Innocent Women, Refuse To Reveal Their Identities

From The Huffington Post Over a three-day period in June 2007, heavily armed SWAT teams, supported by tanks and helicopters, descended on Detroit's Eight Mil...

September 19, 2013
Court: Clicking 'Like' on Facebook is Free Speech

From AP RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Clicking "Like" on Facebook is constitutionally protected free speech and can be considered the 21st century-equivalent of a campai...

September 19, 2013
Shall We Play a Game? The Rise of the Military-Entertainment Complex

From Salon The origins of the U.S. military’s involvement with video games lie in its century-old status as this country’s primary sponsor of new tec...

September 18, 2013
When It Comes To Illegal Drug Use, White America Does The Crime, Black America Gets The Time

From Huffington Post White Americans are more likely than black Americans to have used most kinds of illegal drugs, including cocaine, marijuana and LSD. Yet bla...

September 18, 2013
How the Surveillance Court Ruled the NSA's Domestic Snooping Was Legal

From Slate The secret court that oversees NSA surveillance has declassified documents that reveal for the first time the legal justification for the spy agency&r...

September 18, 2013
IRS List Reveals Concerns Over Tea Party 'Propaganda'

From USA Today WASHINGTON — Newly uncovered IRS documents show the agency flagged political groups based on the content of their literature, raising concer...

September 17, 2013
Marijuana Arrests Stay Near Record High

From Salon CUNY sociology professor and marijuana policy researcher Harry Levine told me for an interview in the New Inquiry that marijuana possession arrests we...

September 17, 2013
The Dead Rhetoric of War

From Truthdig The intoxication of war, fueled by the euphoric nationalism that swept through the country like a plague following the attacks of 9/11, is a spent ...

September 17, 2013
Tube Cleaners Refuse Fingerprint Clock-In, Union Says

From BBC News London Underground cleaners are protesting against the introduction of fingerprint recognition machines. On Thursday, hundreds of workers plan to...

September 17, 2013
The Origins of Our Police State

From Truthdig ELIZABETH, N.J.—JaQuan LaPierre, 22, was riding a bicycle down a sidewalk Sept. 5 when he noticed a squad car pulling up beside him. It was 8...

September 17, 2013
CCA in Contempt for Prison Understaffing

From AP BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A federal judge says private prison company Corrections Corporation of America is in contempt of court for persistently underst...

September 16, 2013
How the Cops Watch Your Tweets in Real-Time

From ArsTechnica Recent leaks about the NSA's Internet spy programs have sparked renewed interest in government surveillance, though the leaks touch largely ...

September 16, 2013
Families in Extreme Poverty Double

From USA Today The number of families living on $2 or less per person per day for at least a month in the USA has more than doubled in 15 years to 1.46 million. ...

September 16, 2013
Fort Lauderdale Cops Using Bike Registration Law to Racially Profile Blacks, Public Defender Says

From New Times On a sunny morning in 2011, Ellsworth Knowles Jr. was pedaling his bike through Fort Lauderdale, steering for the Midway Food Market at NW 11th an...

September 16, 2013
Florida Police Jail Man For Protesting Red Light Cameras

From The Newspaper Police in Apopka, Florida arrested a man on Saturday morning for distributing a petition that would put the issue of ending red light camera u...

September 16, 2013
Former NSA and CIA Director Says Terrorists Love Using Gmail

From The Washington Post Former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden stood on the pulpit of a church across from the White House on Sunday and declared Gmail the ...

September 16, 2013
More Than 56,000 Detained Under Counter-Terrorism Powers in Year

From The Guardian More than 50,000 people were stopped and questioned at Britain's ports and airports as potential terrorists last year under the same counte...

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