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Dark Circle Unveils The Web. A New Series by Dave White and Szymon Kudranski

Adding to an already impressive lineup of books that include The Black Hood, The Fox, The SHIELD, and The Hangman, Archie’s superhero imprint… 91 more words

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DARK CIRCLE UNVEILS NEW SERIES — THE WEB — FROM WHITE, KUDRANKSI

Adding to an already impressive lineup of books that include THE BLACK HOOD, THE FOX, THE SHIELD and THE HANGMAN, Archie’s superhero imprint Dark Circle Comics today announced plans for the latest re-imagining of a classic property with THE WEB. 86 more words

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A Look at the Inner Workings of NSA's XKEYSCORE

Micah Lee, Glenn Greenwald and Morgan Marquis-Boire report for The Intercept:

‘The sheer quantity of communications that XKEYSCORE processes, filters and queries is stunning. Around the world, when a person gets online to do anything — write an email, post to a social network, browse the web or play a video game — there’s a decent chance that the Internet traffic her device sends and receives is getting collected and processed by one of XKEYSCORE’s hundreds of servers scattered across the globe. 292 more words

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XKEYSCORE: NSA's Google for the World's Private Communications

Morgan Marquis-Boire, Glenn Greenwald, and Micah Lee report for The Intercept:

‘One of the National Security Agency’s most powerful tools of mass surveillance makes tracking someone’s Internet usage as easy as entering an email address, and provides no built-in technology to prevent abuse.  241 more words

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Episode 4 - Space Cabbages

In the fourth episode of Down and Safe, Michael, Liz, Scott, and Amal discuss The Web, the fifth episode of Blake’s 7, where they’re unable to agree on whether the Decima most resemble space cabbages, mucus Ewoks, or baby Zygons, and Scott naively promises it will all be better next time. 32 more words

Blake's 7

British PM reaffirms there will be no “safe spaces” from UK government snooping

Glyn Moody reports for Ars Technica:

‘The UK’s prime minister, David Cameron, has re-iterated that the UK government does not intend to “leave a safe space—a new means of communication—for terrorists to communicate with each other.” This confirms… 156 more words

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