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who knows about the broadcasting board of governors, or BBG?

why are they funding open source privacy projects?  has the cia changed its stripes?

this is horrendous.  can cory doctorow help?
For the past few months I've been covering U.S. government funding of popular Internet privacy tools like Tor, CryptoCat and Open Whisper Systems. During my reporting, one agency in particular keep...
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this is why the text of TPP is still officially secret.  23 reasons.
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merkel wants to be both victim and collaborator when the NSA is involved.  parliament is not happy.  someone is lying.
Angela Merkel’s government has been accused of lying to the country’s parliament after it was alleged that it knew German spies were conducting economic espionage for the NSA. Revelations show that…
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which is why they will fight for the coverup until the end.
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the headline shows, again, that it's just one big club.  if you're in it, you get money, if you're not, you don't.
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howard lyman was the rancher who appeared on the oprah show years ago, and then was sued by the meat industry.

this article is short and simply true.
I'm known as the Mad Cowboy. For the last 25 years I have spoken out about animal abuse, health and the human diet. It is now time to focus on the problem that has the potential to end human existence on planet Earth.
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war with china seems like a suicidal idea, right?  then why are so many u.s. policies pointed that way?
The report’s theme is that there is no prospect for peaceful coexistence or mutual understanding between the US and China.
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Marjorie Cohn looks at american exceptionalism.  it's not pretty.
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The more indefensible our actions, the more we tout this delusion. It's a conceit that we enforce with  might and reach that has been hollowing us out. This myth captures investment that could help individual Americans be exceptional in less grand but more real ways.
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the link is to a 372 page pdf from February 17, 2015.  the good part starts on page 319, and has to do with what looks like a minor rule change expanding the DOJ ability to dig into a computer anyplace on the planet.  if you read the fine print, the fourth amendment disappears.
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"The fourth amendment disappears"? ONLY the fourth amendment?
The ENTIRE constitution has been used as toilet paper for close to two decades now.
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great article on the recent history of the drug war in baltimore.

it's been openly horrible for decades.  the police have no excuse.
 
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Freddie Gray, the drug war, and the decline of “real policing.”
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I suppose we were all warned by the excellent "The Wire" but thought that it was just fiction
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can two parties agree to a contract that legally binds a third person?

and how does secret and court even appear in the same sentence?
There’s an international awakening afoot about a radical expansion of corporate power — one that sits at the center of two historic global trade deals nearing completion. . . . The system of closed...
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It also depends on what you mean by PERSON
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encryption will keep improving and it will become easier to use.  amen.
 
Like petulant children that have had their favourite toys taken away, authorities are increasingly crying foul that encryption is getting in their way. What police are experiencing is the reaction to trust being broken when the documents of Edward Snowden slowly appeared. The consumer interest for privacy protection exists, and vendors are beginning to serve it and protect themselves in the process. "We sacrificed tens of millions of lives in the 20th century in order to avoid living in societies where the state kept track of everybody you knew and listened to every phone call," Moglen said at the end of his LCA talk. How times change. Fighting surveillance states used to make people national heroes; nowadays, it draws base insults from the those in power.
Summary:The prospect of losing a smidgen of the data hoovered up by law enforcement has worried one police chief enough to effectively 'terror Godwin' the entire conversation, which shows that good is happening with privacy, for a change.
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