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I’ve decided you need a name so I am going to call you Bob. How was your day?
I have to say I am a bit disappointed that you’ve not responded to my first post considering the fact that I am, in fact, offering you free, personalized content. 878 more words
Dear Sir(s) or Madam(s),
You probably already know who I am so an introduction is unnecessary. And you can’t tell me who you are because if you told me you’d have to kill me (that’s a joke and I hope you will take it in the lighthearted spirit with which it was written). 1,150 more words
changes that will increase the ability of the National Security Agency (NSA) to share some raw intercepted data with other agencies before the process of filtering out private information from people unconnected to actual targets. 91 more words
January 9, 2017
Oakland, California may become one of the first US cities to impose strict rules on how officials can acquire and deploy surveillance technology. 33 more words