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Twitter case exposes the Justice Department's nonsensical views on disclosing government surveillance

Twitter sued the Justice Department for the right to reveal more about federal government surveillance programs in October 2014. Now the department wants the suit to be thrown out, or at the very least, moved to the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that’s supposed to oversee government spying. 475 more words


Sometime the concept of a TV-show is sick

On the Danish TV3 they broadcast Dr. Phil. I have written to the TV-station to stop this TV-show because I think that it exploits the problems teenagers on the show have. 173 more words

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Democracy Now!

Last week, the Judicial Council voted unanimously to deny emergency funding to the Del Norte, Siskiyou, and Mono Superior Courts. All three counties had bought into the Council’s predictions of a more generous judicial branch budget; now they find themselves running on empty. 660 more words

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Rapper Game Sued...Again.

West Coast rapper Game is back into a bit of legal drama after ditching a performance and not returning the cancellation fee after he was demoted from headlining the 2014… 174 more words

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