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Video Shows IDF Snipers Shooting Palestinian Children For Fun, But Facebook Won’t Let You Share It

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Footage released on YouTube clearly shows Israeli soldiers firing live rounds at Palestinian children playing on a roof in Al Khalil, an area of Hebron in Occupied Palestine.  An important piece of...

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Three New Energy Star Lamps from EarthTronics Exceed California Energy Commission CEC LED Specifications - HispanicBusiness.com

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NSA Director Claims He's Protecting Americans' Privacy And Civil Liberties... By Spying On Them All | Techdirt

NSA Director Claims He's Protecting Americans' Privacy And Civil Liberties... By Spying On Them All | Techdirt | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it
NSA boss Keith Alexander continues to fail at damage control in response to the Snowden leaks, but he keeps on trying.
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To Get Around US Law, The NSA Collects Email Address Books And Chat Buddy Lists From Foreign Locations

To Get Around US Law, The NSA Collects Email Address Books And Chat Buddy Lists From Foreign Locations | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it
The Washington Post broke news this afternoon that the National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting huge numbers of email address books and chat buddy lists for both foreign individuals and United States citizens.

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NSA stores metadata of millions of web users for up to a year, secret ...

NSA stores metadata of millions of web users for up to a year, secret ... | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it
Vast amounts kept in repository codenamed Marina, with data retained regardless of whether person is NSA target.
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The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security

Veröffentlicht am 30. September 2013


The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security

The Guardian continues his revelations about datamining and electronic eavesdropping.
Documents published on September, 5. reveal to what extent US and UK spy agencies such as NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security.

The Guardian:

• NSA and GCHQ unlock encryption used to protect emails, banking and medical records
• $250m-a-year US program works covertly with tech companies to insert weaknesses into products
• Security experts say programs ‘undermine the fabric of the internet’

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Let’s make Obama resign

Let’s make Obama resign | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it

A retired Army general is calling for the “forced resignations” of President Obama, other administration officials and the leadership of Congress for the direction they’re taking the nation, his list of grievances including the systematic political purge of hundreds of senior military officers in the U.S. military.

 

Vallely, formerly the deputy commanding general of Pacific Command, said the current crop of leaders must be forced to resign by the “demand resignation” process, which he explained requires massive grass-roots protests and social networking. As an example, he cited the public and media pressure that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

 

Impeachment, Vallely said, is not a viable option because of “partisan politics.”


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New Snowden revelation: NSA collects millions of email and chat address books - PCWorld

New Snowden revelation: NSA collects millions of email and chat address books - PCWorld | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it
New Snowden revelation: NSA collects millions of email and chat address books
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Your online address books are probably being accessed by the government. But you probably kinda knew that anyway.
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excerpt from the NSA's Wikipedia - Washington Post

excerpt from the NSA's Wikipedia - Washington Post | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it
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This excerpt is from an article in the NSA's "Intellipedia," a classified system built with the same open-source software used by Wikipedia.
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Facebook Removing the Option to Hide Your Name from Search Results

Facebook Removing the Option to Hide Your Name from Search Results | The Guardian: NSA and GCHQ defeat internet privacy and security | Scoop.it
If you're one who likes to stay hidden from strangers on Facebook, things are about to get a little complicated for you on the network. Facebook has announced that it will soon remove the option to hide your name from search results within the site.
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I just left Facebook. It's a real mess, and garbage. See former tweets about that item.

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