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Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years' jail for WikiLeaks data breach - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years' jail for WikiLeaks data breach - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Bradley Manning, the soldier convicted of the biggest breach of classified data in US history, has been sentenced to 35 years' jail.
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Guardian journalist's partner David Miranda takes legal action over Heathrow detention and seizure of Snowden material - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Guardian journalist's partner David Miranda takes legal action over Heathrow detention and seizure of Snowden material - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
The editor of Britain's Guardian newspaper says the partner of one their journalists has begun legal action to prevent the British police from examining items seized from him at Heathrow airport.
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Police 'paid' to seek football banning orders

Police 'paid' to seek football banning orders | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
As the Premier League kicked off a new football season yesterday, lawyers and football supporters have accused the police of creating a "banning order industry" that unfairly targets innocent fans.
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'Bodies on the Border' - New York Times

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'Bodies on the Border'
New York Times
This summer, as discussions have advanced around a comprehensive immigration reform bill, I traveled to Arizona to film some people who have a unique perspective on border security.
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Time Magazine Reporter's Shocking Julian Assange Tweet

Time Magazine Reporter's Shocking Julian Assange Tweet | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A TIME magazine reporter caused ire on Twitter Saturday night when he said that he "can't wait to write a defense of the drone strike that takes out" Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
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ADFA cadets on trial over Skype sex - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

ADFA cadets on trial over Skype sex - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Two former ADFA cadets have gone on trial in Canberra after one filmed himself having sex with a female cadet, and sent the images via Skype to the other.
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Santa Cruz predictive policing adds tool for cops, neighbors - Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz predictive policing adds tool for cops, neighbors - Santa Cruz Sentinel | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
ITV News Santa Cruz predictive policing adds tool for cops, neighbors Santa Cruz Sentinel SANTA CRUZ -- On a day meant to introduce residents to predictive policing hot spots that officers check in their down time, Santa Cruz police Wednesday...
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With rise of drones, FAA's role expands to include privacy - Washington Times

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With rise of drones, FAA's role expands to include privacy
Washington Times
“Our job is safety and its to make sure that [drones] are safely integrated into the national airspace system.
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FAA 'committed' to approval of drones, but a lot has to be figured out first - Washington Times

FAA 'committed' to approval of drones, but a lot has to be figured out first - Washington Times | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
FAA 'committed' to approval of drones, but a lot has to be figured out first
Washington Times
From farmers to filmmakers, a host of American industries eagerly await the opportunity to take advantage of drones.
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Collingwood say mid-fielder Dale Thomas's Twitter account was hacked - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Collingwood say Dale Thomas 'knew nothing' about a tweet that claimed he was leaving the club.
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How can we protect young people from cyberbullying?

The recent arrest by Canadian police of two young people who allegedly shared a photo of a young woman being sexually assaulted has once again highlighted the danger that social media can pose for teenagers…...
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Barack Obama pledges changes to restore trust in NSA surveillance programs - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

US president Barack Obama has announced plans to limit sweeping government surveillance programs that have come under criticism since leaks by former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden.
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Girl Bullied, Hospitalized After Explicit Sex Photos Go Viral

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A girl has been hospitalized after photos of her giving oral sex at an outdoor concert exploded on the Internet. The girl, who according to some reports is 17 years old, was photographed at an Eminem concert in Ireland on Saturday.
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Chinese Weibo users deride Shenzen's fines for poor aim in public toilets - Australia Network News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

People with a poor aim are to be fined if they miss their mark when using public toilets in the Chinese city of Shenzen, provoking online derision over how the rule will be enforced.
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Police 'spied on activists for blacklisting agency' - The Guardian

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The Guardian Police 'spied on activists for blacklisting agency' The Guardian Police gathered intelligence on trade union activists and passed the information to a clandestine blacklisting agency that unlawfully stored secret files on thousands of...
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CCTV and crowd-monitoring software will reduce the risk of crime around ... - Adelaide Now

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CCTV and crowd-monitoring software will reduce the risk of crime around ...
Adelaide Now
Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood said the grant would also fund "sophisticated analytical CCTV crime predictor software" to identify risks based on crowd behaviours.
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Partner of Edward Snowden affair journalist Glenn Greenwald detained at Heathrow - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Partner of Edward Snowden affair journalist Glenn Greenwald detained at Heathrow - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Rights group Amnesty International has accused British authorities of unwarranted revenge tactics after the partner of a journalist responsible for publishing US surveillance revelations was detained for nine hours.
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Security vision released as police close in on men who shot Jason De Ieso in Adelaide workshop - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Security vision released as police close in on men who shot Jason De Ieso in Adelaide workshop - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Police have released security vision showing a group of men taking part in a fatal shooting in Adelaide's north last year.
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Police release stolen car CCTV in city stabbing investigation - Liverpool Echo

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Liverpool Echo Police release stolen car CCTV in city stabbing investigation Liverpool Echo "I am also keen to speak with anyone who recognises the two men captured on CCTV, as they may have vital information that could assist officers in their...
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Government surveillance spurs Americans to fight back - Washington Post

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Government surveillance spurs Americans to fight back
Washington Post
At the Pentagon and CIA, they are known as “countermeasures,” the jargony adaptation of Newton's Third Law: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
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Shocking CCTV footage shows moment doorman strikes Merseyside clubber - Liverpool Echo

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Shocking CCTV footage shows moment doorman strikes Merseyside clubber
Liverpool Echo
The CCTV footage showed a punch, although if you blink you miss it. The consultant told us that Scott was unconscious before his head hit the pavement.
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Life and Death in Assisted Living – FRONTLINE

Life and Death in Assisted Living – FRONTLINE | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it

These three deaths, an alleged sexual assault, and a senior’s disappearance, are among the more than two dozen cases of questionable care uncovered by FRONTLINE and ProPublica at the nation’s largest assisted living provider

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Profiles in blogging: how bloggers around the world practice their craft

Profiles in blogging: how bloggers around the world practice their craft | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Blogging, once a trendy new phenomenon in the early days of the World Wide Web, is now almost two decades old. But bloggers continue to fill information voids in countries where free speech is constricted or forbidden.
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Former police officer sentenced to 10 years jail over sex offences - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Former police officer sentenced to 10 years jail over sex offences - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A former customs and federal police officer, Stephen Adams, has been sentenced to 10 years jail for a string of sex offences, armed robbery and fraud.
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