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Researchers ask federal court to unseal years of surveillance records | Ars Technica

Researchers ask federal court to unseal years of surveillance records | Ars Technica

Two lawyers and legal researchers based at Stanford University have formally asked a federal court in San Francisco to unseal numerous records of surveillance-related cases, as a way to better understand how authorities seek such powers from judges. 391 more words

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Angry London pedestrian blocks cyclist as he tries to speed through zebra crossing | Daily Mail Online

A pedestrian annoyed by a cyclist who pedaled through a pedestrian crossing in London decided enough was enough. He body-blocked the cyclist and told him off. 17 more words

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Do it by the book lest the book be thrown at you

Western Australians who occupy the sides of roads and take to social media to reveal the location of speed cameras must do it by the book, lest the book be thrown at them. 306 more words

Transport

New FBI Notes Uncover More Lies, More Free Passes 

Giuliani suggests investigation rigged from the start, designed for the ‘purpose’ of giving immunity

by Edmund Kozak | 24 Sep 2016 at 5:22 PM

The newest revelation to come out of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server is that President Obama may have lied about knowing of its existence. 756 more words

Crime

Jury Awards Tiffany $5.5 Million in Costco Suit

The jury in Tiffany & Co. and Costco Wholesale Corp.’s mass versus class trademark lawsuit decided that mass is going to have to pay up. 368 more words

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