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Leaked TTIP documents show US attempts to undermine EU environment and health protection laws

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Lawmakers Issued License Plates That Make Them 'Invisible' To Traffic Cams And Parking Tickets | Techdirt

The Post-Snowden Surveillance World: Network Effects, Low Marginal Costs, And Technical Lock-in

Senate Committee Secretly Approves New Domestic Spying Measures The spying bill is named the “Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act” [CISA].

Top hawks from both parties seem to be trying to undercut Trump’s shift toward fighting ISIS with their latest comments.

Critics of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership are unlikely to be silenced by an analysis of the flood of money it took to push the pact over its latest hurdle

Here’s how much corporations paid US senators to fast-track the TPP bill

Here’s how much corporations paid US senators to fast-track the TPP bill Critics of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership are unlikely to be silenced by an analysis of the flood of money it took to push the pact over its latest hurdle

Author Solutions' Rep: People Complaining About Our Scammy 'Services' Are Engaged In 'Racketeering' | Techdirt

Techdirt: WhatDoTheyKnow FOI request for Theresa May's phone and internet records

Douglas Engelbart, one of my heros, passed away this week. This video is a recording of what's now called "The Mother of All Demos", from 1968, showcasing things about computing decades ahead of their time. The mouse, teleconferencing, word processing, file linking, real time text editing are all on display in this incredible talk.

▶ The Mother of All Demos, presented by Douglas Engelbart Runtime In December 1968 the world was introduced to technology that is commonplace today. Back then it was truly groundbreaking.

The sensitive creativepreneur's guide to getting paid (for photographers, freelancers, consultants, web designers, graphic designers, coaches, and more!)

How To Get Clients To Pay (For Sensitive Business Owners + Creatives

Compare the NSA's Facebook Malware Denial to its Own Secret Documents - The Intercept

Compare the NSA's Facebook Malware Denial to its Own Secret Documents - The Intercept

RSA Shorts - Does Brainstorming Work?

Does Brainstorming Work? This is the question psychologists have been baffled by for nearly half a century and we're still on the path of discovering whether.

The CELESTIAL Convergence: BIG BROTHER NOW: The Rise Of The Global Police State - NSA And GCHQ Watches Phone Users And Scoops Data With Google Maps And "Leaky" Phone apps Like angry Birds...

NSA and GCHQ target 'leaky' phone apps like Angry Birds to scoop user data

Pretty sure they photoshopped the shit out of her arms, but she's still so freakin hot.

'It's really hard to find a bathing suit': Christina Hendricks reveals the wardrobe woes of dressing her famous curves

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A sign outside the National Security Agency campus in Fort Meade, Md. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

NSA targets college students to fill cyber professionals shortage

NSA Spying Hurts Cybersecurity for All.“We have examples of the NSA going in and deliberately weakening security of things that we use so they can eavesdrop on particular targets.

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