Syrian Electronic Army hacks U.S Central Command & threatens to leak...
Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hacks U.S Central Command (CENTCOM) and threatened to expose Secret documents.
Intelligence Community Villifies Whistleblowers Like Snowden, While Bare...
There have been plenty of efforts by defenders of the intelligence community (including the Department of Justice) to publicly destroy the r
What’s Driving The Fight Between The CIA And The Senate?
The very public feud between the CIA and Senate has at its heart a secret that even other members of Congress can't access.
Youtube bids happy 25th to the Web by granting British spies mass-censor...
The service will allow British security officials to censor videos "at scale" -- but not illegal videos, just material that "certainly is un
Google Points Out That Even The Copyright Office Thinks Judge Kozinski's...
Late last week, the 9th Circuit appeals court asked the various parties to file briefs on whether or not it should reconsider Google's motio
Panasonic First Multinational Company To Pay Air Pollution Hardship For ...
“It’s a bit like saying we know we are exposing you to something that could be life-threatening. We’re going to admit it and compensate you
Some Chefs Still Insisting That Photographing Meals Steals Some Of Their...
A few years ago we noted how there appeared to be a growing belief among some chefs that taking photographs of their dishes when you're in t
Austin Police Chief Defends Police Overreach: At Least It Wasn’t Sexual ...
“In other cities there’s cops who are actually committing sexual assaults on duty, so I thank God that this is what passes for a controversy
Cop Harasses Photographer, Steals His Cellphone Battery And Attempts To ...
Recording a police officer in public isn't a crime. Well, it isn't anything a cop can cite or arrest you for doing. Instead, a bunch of vagu
CA senator introduces GE labeling bill SB 1381: ‘A simpler, cleaner vers...
California state senator Noreen Evans (D – Santa Rosa) has introduced a new GMO labeling bill claimed to be a “simpler, cleaner version of P
UK Government Refuses To Confirm Or Deny If Your Pronunciation Of Its Ma...
A few weeks back, we reported that some digital rights groups were challenging GCHQ's spying at the UK's secretive Investigatory Powers Trib
Snowden: Over-classification leads to decline of democracy
US government has been withholding from public much more information than is needed and the trend threatens democracy, Edward Snowden said i
Mozilla Pretends New Firefox Ads Aren't Ads, Will Somehow Revolutionize ...
Mozilla has angered a significant chunk of the non-profit's userbase by announcing that they'll be implementing ads. More specifically, Mozi
In Oregon, seeds sow worries as GMO and organic crops try to coexist
SWEET HOME, Ore. — Growing organic cabbage, squash and other crops for their seeds in northwest Oregon gives Sarah Kleeger and Andrew Still
USTR Thinks A Non-Transparent 'Public Interest' Committee Will Mollify C...
We've been pointing out for years how the US Trade Representative is creating all sorts of problems for itself by its insistence on secretly
RIAA Accuses Grooveshark of Making Piracy a Job Requirement | TorrentFreak
In the long-running case of the RIAA versus music-streaming service Grooveshark, the major labels have this week asked the court for summary
Nebraska Court finds the proposed route for Keystone XL unconstitutional...
In what is a major victory for farmers, ranchers and other landowners, Nebraska’s District court has declared the route for the proposed Key