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Microsoft and Skype set to allow backdoor eavesdropping
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If you are using Skype to place online calls or hold phone conferences, watch out - Skype and Microsoft have managed to leapfrog common sense and build a backdoor into your favourite VOIP application. It is called Lawful Interception and is part of a new ...[Read more]
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Your iPod is worth $8 billion. Ridiculous ? Not so much, if you take up copyright mathematics. In this video, Comic author Rob Reid unveils Copyright Math (TM), a remarkable new field of study based on actual numbers from entertainment industry lawyers ...[Read more]
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Greece develops cashless, Euro-free currency in tight economy
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In recent weeks, Theodoros Mavridis has bought fresh eggs, tsipourou (the local brandy: beware), fruit, olives, olive oil, jam, and soap. He has also had some legal advice, and enjoyed the services of an accountant to help fill in his tax return. None of ...[Read more]
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SOPA-Inspired Bill Introduced by US Government; Allows Feds & Companies to Bypass Every Single Existing Law
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Entitled The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (H.R. 3523), which was brought into Congress by Rep. Mike Rogers and Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, the bill, if passed, will effectively give the feds and select companies to bypass laws that ...[Read more]
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A look behind the curtain of the Heartland Institute
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science. Institute was also planning on trying to prevent important publication outlets like Forbes from allowing climate change scientists to talk - to put in direct words from Heartland from one of their internal memos : "Principals and teachers are h ...[Read more]
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2011: The 9th hottest year on record
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NASA and NOAA records confirm that 2011 was the hottest year in records, which span last 130 years. Moreover, in the last decade, each year got steadily warmer at an increasing rate. ...[Read more]
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In America, TV watches you: CIA to spy on people through household items
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With a growing number of ...[Read more]
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With one and a half million American children now homeless, reporter Hilary Andersson meets the school pupils who go hungry in the richest country on Earth in this BBC panorama. From those living in the storm drains under Las Vegas to the tent cities now ...[Read more]
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DHS Monitors Social Media For ‘Political Dissent’
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"Recently, TSA's 'Blogger Bob' Burns posted a rant against a cupcake on the TSA blog. Perhaps it made you wonder if TSA and its parent agency, the Department of Homeland Security, really understand what we're saying about them, especially online. Well, th ...[Read more]
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Greece on the breadline: the children of Athens too hungry to do PE
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In a perfect example of citizens paying the price for the excesses of the wealthy, greek students are undernourished to attend physical education classes because they cant get enough breakfast. Since the government has initiated austerity measures pushed ...[Read more]
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Why Is President Obama Keeping a Journalist in Prison in Yemen?
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While Shaye, 35, had long been known as a brave, independent-minded journalist in Yemen, his collision course with the US government appears to have been set in December 2009. On December 17, the Yemeni government announced that it had conducted a series ...[Read more]
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