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January 10, 2013
Leaks! Torture! Drones! Obama’s CIA Pick Faces Skeptical Senators

From Wired Original article available here The chances are high — astronomically high — that the Senate will confirm John Brennan’s nominatio...

January 10, 2013
John Brennan, Sami Al-Hajj and the Blight of Guantanamo

From Truthdig Original article available here It takes courage to enter a war zone willingly, armed with a microphone and a camera as a journalist. That is wha...

January 09, 2013
3 Troubling Ways The TSA Punishes Passengers Who Opt Out

From The Huffington Post Original article available here If you don't want to walk through a poorly tested full-body scanner or have a TSA agent belittle y...

January 09, 2013
Stop-and-Frisk Program in Bronx Ruled Unconstitutional

From Salon Original article available here A federal judge Tuesday ruled that the NYPD had “systematically” acted unconstitutionally when carrying ...

January 09, 2013
US Spy Law Authorizes Mass Surveillance of European Citizens

From Slate Original article available here Europeans, take note: The U.S. government has granted itself authority to secretly snoop on you. That’s acco...

January 09, 2013
Judge: Manning Endured Unlawful Pretrial Punishment

From Salon Original article available here Military judge Col. Denise Lind ruled Tuesday that Pfc. Bradley Manning suffered unlawful pretrial punishment during...

January 09, 2013
Drone War Picks Up Again in Pakistan

From Salon Original article available here According to reports, three separate drone attacks in Pakistan’s South Waziristan mountains killed at least 17...

January 08, 2013
5 Terrifying Facts About John Brennan

From Salon Original article available here Lost amidst the manufactured controversy over President Barack Obama’s pick of Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Def...

January 08, 2013
College Park Couple Says Front Yard Vegetable Garden is Under Fire Again

From WKMG Original article available here ORLANDO, Fla. - A College Park couple's vegetable garden is on the chopping block again after the city threatene...

January 08, 2013
Call Time For Congress Shows How Fundraising Dominates Bleak Work Life

From The Huffington Post Original article available here WASHINGTON -- Welcome to town, new members of Congress. Now hit the phones. For an incoming member o...

January 08, 2013
Why Facebook Data Tends to Condemn You in Court

From Wired Original article available here U.S. courts have a structural bias against “guilty” verdicts, but when it comes to Facebook data the sit...

January 08, 2013
Pentagon Sponsors Parade Float, Football Games While Facing Budget Cuts

From Washington Guardian Original article available here As the nation hung perilously close to the fiscal cliff and the Pentagon faced its steepest budget cut...

January 08, 2013
If You Thought Obama’s Drone Godfather Was Powerful, Wait ‘Til He’s at the CIA

From Wired Original article available here In late October, the man ostensibly in charge of America’s 16 intelligence agencies decided to push out his mo...

January 08, 2013
Air Your Grievances, But No Air Time in Portsmouth

From The Virginian-Pilot Original article available here City Council meetings this year will likely appear shorter, and a little less colorful, thanks to a re...

January 07, 2013
Their Apps Track You, Will Congress Track Them?

From The New York Times Original article available here THERE are three things that matter in consumer data collection: location, location, location. E-ZPass...

January 07, 2013
At Disney Parks, a Bracelet Meant to Build Loyalty (and Sales)

From The New York Times Original article available here ORLANDO, Fla. — Imagine Walt Disney World with no entry turnstiles. Cash? Passé: Visitors ...

January 07, 2013
State of Fear

From Truthdig Original article available here Shannon McLeish of Florida is a 45-year-old married mother of two young children. She is a homeowner, a taxpayer ...

January 07, 2013
Bush-Era Wiretapping Case Killed Before Reaching Supreme Court

From Wired Original article available here A federal appeals court’s August ruling in which it said the federal government may spy on Americans’ co...

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