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The Fast-track bill will pre-approve secretive, internet-censoring TPP before anyone even knows what is.#Stopthesecrecy #fasttrack
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The NSA is coming after your encrypted data. But will the U.S. Congress let them? http://www.theverge.com/2015/4/12/8392769/nsa-front-door-access-encryption-key
The National Security Agency is embroiled in a battle with tech companies over access to encrypted data that would allow it to spy (more easily) on millions of Americans and international citizens....
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Urge the U.S. Congress to end mass surveillance under the Patriot Act.
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Rural communities are experiencing a boon in broadband speeds, thanks to increased choice in local providers.
Summary:When Google comes to town, it's bad news for its rivals but good news for consumers.
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OpenMedia is an award-winning grassroots group that fights for the possibilities of the open Internet. We empower people to participate in Internet governance through fresh and engaging citizen campa
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Following recent successes in the fight against Internet slow lanes in North America, how is the global battle for net neutrality shaping up? http://ow.ly/LsouN
Policy makers, particularly in Europe and India, are considering rules that could hurt consumers and start-up Internet businesses.
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The TPP's Internet censorship plan is getting closer to reality. New legislation may be the first step towards giving Big Media new powers to police your use of the net. We'll follow this closely as the story develops. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/16/fast-track-trade_n_7078804.html
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Today in backwards land. http://ow.ly/LENJC
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What Barrett Brown's Kafkaesque nightmare means for free expression http://ow.ly/LsC4M #SaveTheLink
Journalist Barrett Brown looks back in anger at the government’s trumped up charges against him as he starts a 63 month prison sentence.
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Copyright dinosaurs are getting on Congress's case to push through the secretive TPP 
The U.S. entertainment industry is joining in a last-ditch push to sway wavering Democratic lawmakers to back President Obama's pro-trade agenda, as his hard-fought Pacific Rim trade deal heads to an uncertain end game.
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