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December 20, 2012
Texas Trooper Being Sued in Irving Body Cavity Search Case has Been Suspended

From The Dallas Morning News Original article available here The officer being sued for a body cavity search has been suspended, according to the Texas Departm...

December 18, 2012
TSA to Study Health Effects of X-Ray Body Scanners

From Salon Original article available here Following months of congressional pressure, the Transportation Security Administration has agreed to contract with t...

December 18, 2012
Instagram Says It Now has the Right to Sell Your Photos

From CNET Original article available here Instagram said today that it has the perpetual right to sell users' photographs without payment or notification, ...

December 18, 2012
Armed Task Force to Patrol Streets in AR Town

From Paragould Daily Press Original article available here In response to a recent increase in crime, Paragould Mayor Mike Gaskill and Police Chief Todd Stoval...

December 18, 2012
Obama Loses Fight to Limit Lawyers' Visits with Guantanamo Detainees

From RT Original article available here The Obama administration has admitted defeat in their plans to impose harsh new restrictions regarding attorney access ...

December 18, 2012
Speed Camera Company Admits 5.2 Percent Error Rates

From The Newspaper Original article available here Over the past two decades, advocates have argued the main advantage of a speed camera is that the machines n...

December 18, 2012
Top Court Highlights the Meaninglessness of the Term 'Terrorism'

From The Guardian Original article available here Valuable revelations are often found in unlikely places. Such is the case with a fascinating ruling released last ...

December 17, 2012
Parents Criticize TSA for Handling of Girl in a Wheelchair

From KHOU Original article available here WILLS POINT - Tammy Daniels said TSA screeners never used common sense after detecting a trace of explosives on the h...

December 17, 2012
Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Franken’s Anti-“Stalking Apps” Bill

From Slate Original article available here On Thursday, Sen. Al Franken’s Location Privacy Protection Act was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee....

December 17, 2012
9 Signs the War on Drugs is Almost Over

From Salon Original article available here This year will go down in history as the the beginning of the end to America’s longest failed war: the war on ...

December 14, 2012
Internet Remains Unregulated After UN Treaty Blocked

From The Guardian Original article available here A proposed global telecoms treaty that would give national governments control of the internet has been block...

December 14, 2012
CIA 'Tortured and Sodomised' Terror Suspect, Human Rights Court Rules

From The Guardian Original article available here CIA agents tortured a German citizen, sodomising, shackling, and beating him, as Macedonian state police look...

December 14, 2012
The Shameful Exploitation of Bradley Manning

From Truthdig Original article available here Keep an American soldier locked up naked in a cage and driven half mad while deprived of all basic rights, and yo...

December 14, 2012
Massive New Surveillance Program Uncovered by Wall Street Journal

From Slate Original article available here When a former senior White House official describes a nationwide surveillance effort as “breathtaking,” ...

December 14, 2012
5 Creepiest Surveillance Tactics

From Salon Original article available here Since the erosion of Americans’ civil liberties depends on high levels of public apathy, some of the most dang...

December 14, 2012
Online Privacy’s New Iconography

From Salon Original article available here The online syndicate Disconnect has joined forces with Internet nonprofit Mozilla and a team of designers to demysti...

December 14, 2012
Pentagon Spooks Want New Tools for Mobile ‘Exploitation’

From Wired Original article available here The Pentagon wants to upgrade its spy corps. And one of its first jobs will be finding out what’s on your iPho...

December 14, 2012
Pentagon to Send Missiles, 400 Troops to Turkey

From USA Today Original article available here The U.S. will send two batteries of Patriot missiles and 400 troops to Turkey as part of a NATO force meant to p...

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