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Eveeryone is so afraid to talk or do articles on the truth of just what our police officers do. Well I am not. they shot my brother in the back and killed him. They never called my mother to tell her. They have lied to us in why they had to shoot him

News Link • Global Reported By Rosemary Farbman
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News Blog

A recent court case provides a rare glimpse into how some federal agents deal with encryption: by breaking into a suspect's home or office, implanting keystroke-logging software, and spying on what happens afar. An agent with the DEA

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Technology & MSG

After being volunteered to participate in the 'mandatory' American Community Survey, a blogger expresses his concern over the content of the survey and the lengths to which the Census Bureau is going to coerce individuals into participating.

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PC World

The FBI is using data mining programs to track everyone from potential terrorists to individuals who file fraudulent automobile insurance claims, according to a U.S. Department of Justice report filed with Congress. Required under the Patriot Improve

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This is Londona

Police officers in the UK are to be given head-mouted video cameras to film incidents and arrests, the footage of which can then be used in evidence. The Home Office is to give police 3 million pounds to fund a national roll-out of head cameras afte

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Christian Science Monitor

The speed with which London's ubiquitous surveillance cameras helped identify would-be bombers has prompted calls for extensive closed-circuit television networks in the US. In the first such public effort in the US, New York is planning to be

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Christian Science Monitor

A new rule aimed at protecting US borders is behind the backlog of passport applications that has frustrated countless Americans this summer. But some experts and federal employees who check applications warn that these shortcomings mean more work

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New York Times via InfoWars.com

By the end of this year, police officials say, more than 100 cameras will have begun monitoring cars moving through Lower Manhattan, the beginning phase of a London-style surveillance system that would be the first in the United States.

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AP

A federal appeals court Friday ordered the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging President Bush's domestic spying program, saying the plaintiffs had no standing to sue. The 2-1 ruling by the 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals panel vacated a 2006 orde

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Dept of Step Right Up

Have you heard about the iPhone? It's a wonderful new invention that lets the NSA illegally record all your phone calls, copy all you contacts, keep records of all your Web and IM activity, keep records of all your Web and IM activity, watch you

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AP

Some of the armed officers with dogs that turned up this week around airports, subways and bus stops are part of special Transportation Security Administration teams sent to protect mass transit sites over the July Fourth holiday. The "VIPER

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NY Times

Some tourists, amateur photographers, even would-be filmmakers hoping to make it big on YouTube could soon be forced to obtain a city permit and $1 million in liability insurance before taking pictures or filming on city property, including sidewalks

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JBS

Vladimir Bukovsky now views the European Union as a virtual copy of Soviet-style tyranny and urges that it be destroyed before it becomes a full-fledged tyranny. (And we're next here in the North American Union)

News Link • Global Reported By Trouser Chili
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THe Australian

A TOP-RANKING US judge has stunned a conference of Australian judges by advocating secret trials for terrorists, more surveillance of Muslim populations across North America and an end to counter-terrorism efforts being "hog-tied" by the US

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AP

Differences over how to balance security needs with concerns over passengers' privacy had deadlocked negotiations since a 2004 deal on data sharing was voided by an EU court last year for technical reasons. An interim accord expires at the end

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