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Internet Censorship in US and Europe Is Coordinated

Originally posted on TheBreakAway: Source: TheDailyBell.com December 6, 2016 The EU Is Warning American Tech Giants to Crack Down on Hate Speech Now … “They will have to act quickly and make a strong effort in the coming months.”

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Court upholds warrantless surveillance of U.S. citizens under Section 702

The U.S. federal appeals court has ruled in United States v. Mohamud, a case that began with a 2010 holiday bomb plot and will end with unique implications for the private digital communications of American citizens. 657 more words


Mass Surveillance: China's attempt

It was a drab, chill day in November, and the clocks were striking thirteen. As the woman passed through Hangzhou Railway Station, she moved quickly through the ticket gates—though not quickly enough to avoid detection by the transport authority, which noticed her failure to swipe the correct transit pass. 429 more words

UK Passes ‘Most Sweeping Surveillance Law’ to date & Looks to Spend $1 Billion on Reaper Drones

The UK government is hard at work spending the taxpayer’s money on militarized drones while expanding online and digital surveillance to new unprecedented levels.

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"Anti-Establishment" Trump must Pardon Edward Snowden

An “Anti-Establishment” Trump Should Pardon Edward Snowden

During his first days as president, Barack Obama pledged to protect government whistleblowers. In fact, Change.org even highlighted this stance saying, “Often the best source of information about waste, fraud, and abuse in government is an existing government employee committed to public integrity and willing to speak out. 1,223 more words

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