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> According to documents obtained through Access to Information requests, the RCMP used fake Facebook and Twitter accounts to monitor and connect with protest groups and advocates in Toronto. Agents posed as a fixed-income student on Facebook and asked vague questions about protests taking place across Canada. On the event page of a January 2014 pro-Ukrainian demonstration, an agent used the profile to ask organizers if they were planning on “walking anywhere.”
> The profile–named Bebop Arooney and featuring a profile picture of three penguins–tracked the Facebook pages of over two dozen organizations in Toronto,<
By Rignam Wangkhang. This summer has brought to light a worrisome trend in government security agencies secretly monitoring citizens. According to documents obtained through Access to Information requests, the RCMP used fake Facebook and Twitter accounts to monitor and connect with protest ...
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> What happened instead was that our police force turned on us: they disregarded the Charter of Rights, conducted unlawful searches, arrested many hundreds of law-abiding citizens who did nothing wrong on trumped-up charges, beat people up and masked their own identities while doing it, housed prisoners who were later released without charge in inhumane cages, and perpetrated what Ontario’s ombudsman found to be “the most massive compromise of civil liberties in Canadian history.”<
The G-20 was the trial run for the police actions that Bill C-51 now allows.
The vandals and anarchists of the Black Block tried to prove a point. The police response helped them do it.
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Covering up their closet bigotry.
The Harper government’s treatment of Cindy Blackstock neatly encapsulates its aboriginal policy.
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Duffy for dummies.
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Harper has the money to spread dirt on his opponents. The NDP and Liberals have better places to put their money.
Sum of Us wants to do the digging to that will give him a taste of his own slimy medicine.
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A great many of the power positions in our society are held by psychotics. This may just be useful to HR departments everywhere.
 
Automated Speech Analysis Program Can Identify People at Risk for Psychosis

An automated speech analysis program correctly differentiated between at-risk young people who developed psychosis over a two-and-a-half year period and those who did not.

The research is in NPJ-Schizophrenia. (full open access)

#psychology   #schizophrenia  
Computerized speech analysis provides a more accurate classification than clinical ratings for teens at risk of developing psychosis, a new study reports.
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Take the time to see this
 
In this episode of <a href="http://www.telesurtv.net/english/index.html" target="_blank">teleSUR's</a> Days of Revolt, host Chris Hedges sits down with former Black Panther Eddie Conway and former member of the Black Liberation Army Ojore Lutalo to discuss their roles in the radical movements in the 1960s and early 1970s and the state violence used to crush them.
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> Artists, journalists, scientists and academics among 100 signatories calling for mobilization on scale of slavery abolition and anti-apartheid movements<
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Holographic dragon makes a building come alive. From Bo's Dragon Lore.
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Pork barreling for Conservative donors. The Irving Organization owns the refineries at the receiving end of the proposed Energy East dilbit pipeline.
A CBC News investigation has uncovered a $250-million mystery at the heart of Canada's ambitious shipbuilding program: why have other countries managed to not just design but also build similar ships for a fraction of Canada's design cost?
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Typically, for the CPC, everybody else is wrong.
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Make your G= prettier
 
How to format text on Google+ posts and comments:

Take notice of the spaces between words! Sometimes it does not work...
Google's chief G+ architect is working on this, so let's be patient!

#formattingposts   #Googleplustips     #Plushelp   #Gexpertise  
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> Canadians hoping the Harper government’s “war on science” is at last ended – or at least put on hold for the period of the federal election campaign – will be saddened to learn of the destruction this week of yet another federal science library, this time at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Lethbridge Research Centre in Alberta. The library provided about 48 Agriculture Canada scientists, 85 technicians, and numerous visiting workers and students access to decades of valuable, specialized agricultural and scientific information.<
Harper just sold the Canadian Wheat Board to a Saudi multinational for far less than book value. The same week Glysophate use was cleared by Health Canada.
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