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Facebook Expands Ad Targeting Of Users To Include Out-Of-Network Browsing Data - 12 June 2014

Facebook is to start providing advertisers with more user data, drawing from browsing habits and external websites visited, in addition to their current ‘likes.’ This will be the first time that Facebook has used information from outside the network. 70 more words


'US Blocking Gas Settlement In Ukraine To Prolong Conflict' - 12 June 2014

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Washington is making Ukraine stall on a gas settlement agreement with Russia to try and draw out the conflict, journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark told RT. 131 more words


Tear Gas, Stun Grenades: Brazilian Police Disperse Protesters Hours Before WC Opener - 12 June 2014

Brazilian police have used teargas and stun grenades in San Paolo clashing with about 200 protesters angry with the govt overspending on the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 410 more words


UK Judges Block First Fully Secret Trial - 12 June 2014

Court of Appeal of England and Wales (Photo by Anthony Majanlahti / flickr.com)

The Court of Appeal has partially blocked the first completely secret trial in Britain. 851 more words


Massive Flaw Could Have Exposed Every Gmail User’s Address - 12 June 2014

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A gaping security bug in Google’s systems may have been used to unearth millions upon millions of users’ email addresses. The activist claimed it took Google a month to rectify the problem after his report to the company. 212 more words


Jon Rappoport - Is This Why No One Found WMDS In Iraq? - 12 June 2014

Yes, prior to Gulf War 2, all sorts of people were lying about WMDs in Iraq. There was the whole business about the yellowcake and Niger, and Colin Powell speaking before the UN. 1,040 more words


ZeroHedge - Obama Responds To Iraq Request For "Kinetic Support", Says Ready To Take Military Action- 12 June 2014

 As we reported yesterday, Iraq, realizing it has neither the capacity nor the willingness to engage Al Qaeda’s ISIS “spin off” did what every other oil-rich regime in such a situation does: asked Obama for “kinetic support.” Moments ago Obama gave his response: 69 more words