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UK terrorism case ends in acquittal - no one allowed to say why

Ian Cobain

Ian Cobain, a reporter with The Guardian, is one of very few people who know why a student arrested by armed British police officers in 2013 was finally acquitted this year of terrorism charges.

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Uselessness of Free Offline Android GPS - A Rant

Now why in the world would Samsung/Google/Android sell us a tablet computer with built-in GPS hardware without including GPS software? Speaking as someone lacking a sense of direction, I need as much GPS help as I can get. 408 more words


What is The Snooper's Charter?

If you’re like me, you’ve heard a lot about the so-called ‘Snooper’s Charter’ in the press over the last few months. Like a lot of things, it sounds pretty important, like something I know should know about, but don’t. 476 more words


60 Minutes Australia: Special Investigation Spies Lords and Predators

“I wasn’t a person… I was an object.”

Australian TV  was thoughtful enough to ignore the embarrassing fact that at the time Lord Greville Jenner allegedly slept with young kids in his… 18 more words

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Stop the NSA?

Do you want that the NSA stops collecting data and analyze your data?
What about the Russian FSB, the Chinese 3PLA, the French PRISM or Frenchelon, or the Dutch MIVD, or the Israeli Unit 8200 or the British GCHQ?  185 more words


Inquiry needed into GCHQ’s spying on us

The following letter was published in the Guardian on Friday 10 July, 2015, from representatives of three leading human rights organisations, who have called on the prime minister David Cameron to launch an inquiry into why the intelligence services spied illegally on… 616 more words

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In documents released by Edward Snowden and Glen Greenwald, there is now proof that Western governments have been trying to wreak havoc on the lives of people who dare to expose corporate crimes and government infiltration by Big Biotech, Big Banks, Big Pharma, and the ‘unseen hand’ that is ruining the world. 43 more words