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5 Examples of Our Government Treating BlackLivesMatter Movement Like a Terrorist Group

By Adam Johnson We learned in the wake of the Occupy Wall Street movement that the government’s use of its anti-terror apparatus at a local and federal level was both routine and pervasive. Thus far, the means with which similar … Continue reading

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NSA Infiltrating Online Games Like World of Warcraft and Second-Life

By Alex Kane Players of fantasy games like World of Warcraft are usually worried about their character dying or running out of money. But new documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal that they should have another concern: government spying. The … Continue reading

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Does the NSA Tap That? What We Still Don’t Know About the Agency’s Internet Surveillance

By Justin Elliott Among the snooping revelations of recent weeks, there have been tantalizing bits of evidence that the NSA is tapping fiber-optic cables that carry nearly all international phone and Internet data. The idea that the NSA is sweeping … Continue reading

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