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State of Surveillance: Police, Privacy and Technology

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Published on Apr 11, 2014

“State of Surveillance” examines new technologies police departments are using to fight crime and the civil liberties concerns raised by these tools.

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Links For April 10th

Surprise! I bet you thought you’d seen the last of these. Or maybe you hadn’t even noticed they were gone for hte last two weeks. Either way,the links are back. 390 more words


The Delicate Coalition for Immigration Reform – Will It Crack?

Byron York of the Washington Examiner has a great piece on the politics of immigration reform.  He explains that the House GOP may pass the SKILLS Act soon, which does various positive things for high-skilled immigrants including increasing the H-1B cap; but the Senate Democrats have vowed not to consider any H-1B reform without consideration of other immigration issues like relief for the undocumented. 168 more words


Raíces en Tampa Tendrá Presentación Inmigración - 2 de abril en USF

Hubo un momento en que todo los grupos de derechos de los inmigrantes fue: Vamos aprobar una reforma migratoria integral o CIR!

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Links For March 20th, 2014

Yes, today is Thursday. Yes, I’m posting this anyway. Let’s be flexible! It is, after all, a 4-day work week, for most of us.

In other news, I have finally finished the Japanese translation of the Opinion Exchange Report. 382 more words

Translations And Everyday Life Questions

Can't We Just Deport Justin Bieber?

OK, so my apologies ahead of time to those of you who have children who like Justin Bieber or enjoy his music.  My children are still (mercifully) way too young to know who he is or the shenanigans he gets himself involved in. 928 more words

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