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January 18, 2013
Military Suicides in 2012 Hit Yet Another Record High

From Mother Jones Original article available here Surely, one of the more depressing ledes to run this week: Suicides in the U.S. military surged to a record...

January 18, 2013
Aaron Swartz and the Freedom to Connect

From Truthdig Original article available here Aaron Swartz wanted nothing more than to change the world. He was doing just that until he ended his own life, at...

January 18, 2013
Disney is Spying on You

From Salon Original article available here Are you planning to visit Disneyland anytime soon? If so, watch out when you are offered its latest marketing innova...

January 17, 2013
TSA 'Viper' Team Makes Appearance in Emeryville

From KGO-TV Original article available here EMERYVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- People are used to seeing TSA inspectors at airports but on Wednesday, a specialized te...

January 17, 2013
FBI: Nope, We Won't Tell You How, When, or Why We Track You

From ArsTechnica Original article available here Back in August 2012, we reported on how the American Civil Liberties Union was compelling the FBI to fully dis...

January 17, 2013
Military Moves Closer to Truly Autonomous Drones

From Slate Original article available here Imagine a flying machine equipped with bombs and missiles, navigating the skies stealthily without human control. So...

January 16, 2013
All Policing, No Protest Around the Inauguration

From Salon Original article available here In recent years I’ve regularly noted the unabashed militarization of protest policing. Building on a system of...

January 16, 2013
The US Will Give Afghanistan Its Very Own Fleet of Drones

From Yahoo! News Original article available here In his first media appearance since visiting President Obama in Washington, Hamid Karzai announced that the Un...

January 15, 2013
5 Chilling New Ways Police Violate Your Rights

From Salon Original article available here One of the most disturbing trends in law enforcement in recent years is the hyper-paramilitarization of local police...

January 15, 2013
Condo Complex to DNA Test Dog Feces Not Being Cleaned Up By Owners

From WFTV Original article available here Officials of a downtown Orlando condo complex said they are going to start testing feces to find out who is not clean...

January 15, 2013
Police Across U.S. Quietly Turning to Cameras That Track All Vehicles' Movements

From Slate Original article available here It’s happening under the radar of most Americans—but perhaps not for much longer. Police forces across...

January 14, 2013
Senator Asks CIA Nominee When Drones Can Kill Americans

From Wired Original article available here The man in charge of America’s drone wars will face Senate questioning about perhaps their most controversial ...

January 14, 2013
Maryland and Pennsylvania Using Computers to Predict Future Crimes

From The Daily Mail Original article available here When police in Minority Report predicted who would commit crimes and stopped them before they did it, it wa...

January 14, 2013
Sheriff's Office Wants to Fly Drones Over Orange County Skies

From The Orlando Sentinel Original article available here The Orange County Sheriff's Office is experimenting with two surveillance drones that it hopes to...

January 11, 2013
Drones Basis for New Global Arms Race

From USA Today Original article available here The success of U.S. drones in Iraq and Afghanistan has triggered a global arms race, raising concerns the remote...

January 11, 2013
US Drone Strikes in Pakistan on Rise for 2013

From The Washington Post Original article available here The CIA has opened the year with a flurry of drone strikes in Pakistan, pounding Taliban targets along...

January 10, 2013
Drone-Proof Clothing Shelters from Surveillance

From Salon Original article available here Technological innovations tend to solidify our current surveillance society, but a new development in high-tech fash...

January 10, 2013
A Decade Later, Contractor Pays Out Millions for Iraq Prisoner Abuse

From Wired Original article available here It’s been nearly a decade since private military contractors and U.S. soldiers worked together to torture Iraq...

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