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Hate reading slowly? Spritz aims to allow people to read 1,000 words per minute

Hate reading slowly? Spritz aims to allow people to read 1,000 words per minute | Digital Activism | Scoop.it
Essentially in Incognito Mode for three years, Spritz surfaced to show off its reading software that will enable people to read at 1,000 words per minute. It's all about the Optimal Recognition Point.

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HighTechDad's curator insight, February 28, 2014 1:45 PM

Seems this is the new trend. See @velocityapp & @ReadQuickApp.

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How to Protect My Online Privacy | Common SEO Questions

How to Protect My Online Privacy | Common SEO Questions | Digital Activism | Scoop.it
How to Protect My Online Privacy

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Former NSA Codebreaker: I Tried To Tell People About Government Spying - CBS Local

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Former NSA Codebreaker: I Tried To Tell People About Government Spying
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A former NSA codebreaker reveals that more than a decade ago, he tried to expose government spying on every day Americans.

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Snowden calls for better encryption to protect public from government spying - TechRadar UK

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Snowden calls for better encryption to protect public from government spying
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In a rare live interview, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden echoed an encryption call to arms.
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How Change.org Puts More Power Into The Hands Of People

How Change.org Puts More Power Into The Hands Of People | Digital Activism | Scoop.it
Change.org has become an effective marketing machine for mostly non-profit organizations

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Don Dea's curator insight, March 16, 2013 5:43 AM

Major victories like these have drawn more than 30 million people to endorse petitions at Change.org, a figure that’s growing at a blistering pace of 2 million each month. Jennifer Dulski, who left Google this past month to become the organization's President and COO, tells me that her biggest priority is making sure Change.org has a fast, stable platform and to make it easier for people to create and sign petitions.

One of the biggest challenges of finding innovative new ways of doing things is monetization, and that's where Change.org shines. The company has in effect become a marketing machine for mostly non-profit organizations. It has also boosted its beneficial standing by becoming a certified B Corp.

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How to Keep the NSA Out of Your Computer

How to Keep the NSA Out of Your Computer | Digital Activism | Scoop.it
Sick of government spying, corporate monitoring, and overpriced ISPs? There's a cure for that.

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Microsoft Vows To Protect User Data From Government Spying

Microsoft Vows To Protect User Data From Government Spying | Digital Activism | Scoop.it
...despite being one of the first companies to sign up for PRISM. (Microsoft Vows To Protect User Data From Government Spying: ...despite being one of the first companies to sig...

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Want to be anonymous? Now you have a right to be

Want to be anonymous? Now you have a right to be | Digital Activism | Scoop.it
Australian citizens now have the right to remain anonymous or use a pseudonym when interacting with government agencies, private health service providers, and large organisations under new privacy laws.

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