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Everything You Wanted To Know About TOR And The Deep Web #infographic

Say hello to men who hate NSA spying but blame women for being spied on | The Verge

Tell creepy men on the internet how you really feel

Say hello to men who hate NSA spying but blame women for being spied on

Man's Las Vegas casino winnings confiscated by police without any criminal charges | Police State USA

Federal court rules that stiff driving posture is suspicious behavior A panel of judges unanimously ruled that having hands at "ten-and-two" is suspicious enough to stop drivers inside the USA.

Meltdowns at NSA spy data center destroy equipment, delay opening | Ars Technica

Meltdowns at NSA spy data center destroy equipment, delay opening

Meltdowns at NSA spy data center destroy equipment, delay opening | Ars Technica

The nation's largest labor federation is calling on Apple to improve conditions for the workers who manufacture the company's products.    In an email sent Wednesday, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka asked activists to sign a petition to tell Apple CEO Tim Cook "to ensure that people integral to Apple’s success — workers who manufacture Apple’s electronics — are treated fairly."

Intelligence chiefs warn that cyberattacks are nation’s top security threat - The Hills Hillicon Valley

ABC Hypes Obama Family's 'Beautiful' Vacation, Avoids Any Hint of Extravagance

Treasury Omits All IRS and Other Bureaus' Conference Costs in 2012 Response to Coburn; Politico Calls It 'Incomplete Disclosure' (scum on the run)

Former President Jimmy Carter announced support for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden this week, saying that his uncovering of the agency's massive surveillance programs had proven "beneficial." Speaking at a closed-door event in Atlanta covered by German newspaper Der Spiegel, Carter also criticized the NSA's domestic spying as damaging to the core of the nation's principles.

Jimmy Carter Comes Out In Support Of Edward Snowden, Against NSA Spying

Former President Jimmy Carter announced support for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden this week, saying that his uncovering of the agency's massive surveillance programs had proven "beneficial.

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