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The Evolution of the Internet: Transcending Centralized Servers
by Paige Peterson
When the Internet was still in its early stages and without such widespread adoption, most computers were used for local applications such as storing documents and databases, calculations for math's and sciences, and playing games. In this sense, com
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23andMe Decides It Won't Automatically Reunite Long Lost Relatives
09-17-2014  • 
The DNA testing service reverses course in favor of users' privacy. 
Robert Lee
Our Hardware Project Called "Pillar" Will Allow Any Place on Earth to Have a Library
09-12-2014  •  Outernet 
Outernet is extremely excited to announce a content partnership with Open Source Ecology! We began broadcasting their Civilization Start Kit TODAY, which includes plans for a Compressed Earth Brick Press, Soil Pulverizer, Tractor, and Power Cube. 
Donna Hancock
New Cyber bill Threatens Privacy
09-05-2014  • 
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is calling on all activists and privacy advocates to join in a fight against the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA). 
Robert Lee
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A cure for the common queue at the airport
Jim Bovard
   Travelers pay up to avoid the line where embarrassing TSA groping occurs
Former NSA Director Sold Classified Info For $1M Per Month
08-08-2014  •  No Army Can Stop An Idea 
The biggest scandal to ever roil the National Security Agency, compliments of Edward Snowden, happened on his watch, but that hasn't stopped retired General Keith Alexander from demanding a seven-figure technical consulting fee now that he's a civili 
Donna Hancock
Outernet goes live on August 11, help us tell the world
08-08-2014  • 
Information for All from Outer Space - Unrestricted, globally accessible, broadcast data.Quality content from all over the Internet. Available to all of humanity. For free.  
Donna Hancock
State agencies launch LGBT data-collection effort
07-24-2014  • 
New York State is launching a campaign to collect coordinated data on residents' sexual orientation as part of a comprehensive effort to improve health and human services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender New Yorkers, the state's health depa 
Robert Lee
Victory for Cell Phone Privacy
07-22-2014  •  Next News Network 
For the first time since 9/11, cell phone privacy advocates claimed a major victory in phone surveillance. In a landslide ruling, Supreme Court justices voted nine-to-nothing that police will be required to obtain a warrant before searching a cell ph 
Uncle Freedom
Feature Article
What I Don't Like About Life in the American Police State
John Rutherford
   Here's what I don't like about living in the American police state: I don't like being treated as if my only value to the government is as a source of labor and funds. I don't like being viewed as a consumer and bits of data. I don't like being spied
TorCoin: Making Anonymity Pay
07-10-2014  •  CryptoCoinsNews 
TorCoin aims to solve the Tor network shortage of nodes problem by allowing the relay node to mine coins which can then be sold on the free market. It uses a proof of bandwidth concept, instead of proof of work.  
Donna Hancock
News seller asks judge to unmask "negative" reviewers
07-08-2014  •  ars technica 
Ubervita sells testosterone boosters, multivitamins, and weight loss supplements, and now the company wants a judge to order to cough up the identities of those behind a "campaign of dirty tricks against 
Powell Gammill
New Eavesdropping Equipment Sucks All Data Off Your Phone
07-04-2014  • 
In a Capitol Hill hearing room two summers ago, privacy activist Christopher Soghoian organized a stunning demonstration of some new police surveillance technology.  
Robert Lee
How the Castle Crumbled
07-02-2014  •  Future of Freedom Foundation 
Since the American Revolution, Americans' homes have been considered sanctified space. Under the Castle Doctrine, first expressed in English common law, a person's home — whether it's a shack or a McMansion — is a protected space that no one can brea 
Donna Hancock
Google Rebuffed by U.S. High Court on Privacy Lawsuit
07-01-2014  • 
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Google Inc. (GOOG), leaving the company to face lawsuits accusing it of violating a federal wiretapping law by secretly collecting personal data while developing its Street View maps.  
Robert Lee
Is this the death of privacy?...
06-29-2014  •, By Claudia Joseph 
I'm standing in Top Shop as jostling customers browse for handbags and flick through rails of summer dresses. They are not looking at me, but I am watching them.  
Robert Lee
The UK Is Low On Sperm
06-28-2014  • 
Bad news, unborn British children: you might be staying unborn forever.  
Robert Lee
Who gives a F about privacy? New scorecard rates US pols on spying
06-28-2014  • 
Dramatically increasing mass surveillance? See me after class 
Robert Lee
Supreme Court bans warrantless cell phone searches, updates privacy laws
06-26-2014  •, By Stephen Dinan 
Major ruling updates privacy laws for 21st century 
Robert Lee
Privacy Groups Sound the Alarm Over FBI's Facial-Recognition Technology
06-25-2014  • 
Advocates are pushing Attorney General Eric Holder to assess the privacy impact of the FBI's controversial database that is expected to become fully operational later this year. 
Robert Lee
Seattle Woman Sees Drone Peeping Into Her Apartment Window
06-24-2014  • 
Seattle Police are investigating a report of a drone peeping into a woman's apartment window. 
Robert Lee
Grad student has already made a mark in consumer privacy, U.S. spying
06-23-2014  • 
The gig: Jonathan Mayer is not a typical Stanford University graduate student. Already, at age 27, Mayer is an expert on consumer privacy and government surveillance. 
Robert Lee
Creepy App Brings Us a Step Closer to Being Able to Curse Out Other Drivers via Text
06-23-2014  • 
General Motors wants to make it easier for Chinese customers to curse out the moron who cut them off or get the digits of the attractive driver one car over at the stoplight. 
Robert Lee
Liam Fox calls for greater surveillance powers for security services
06-23-2014  • 
Former defence secretary says intelligence agencies must be allowed to gather more data on British citizens fighting abroad 
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Unblinking Eyes Track Employees
06-23-2014  • 
Workplace Surveillance Sees Good and Bad  
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How NSA Can Secretly Aid Criminal Cases Opinion
Ray McGovern: My Take
How NSA Can Secretly Aid Criminal Cases
Ray McGovern
   Though the NSA says its mass surveillance of Americans targets only "terrorists," the spying may turn up evidence of other illegal acts that can get passed on to law enforcement which hides the secret source through a ruse called "parallel constructi
Report: IRS Sent Database Containing Confidential Taxpayer Information to FBI
06-10-2014  •, By Eliana Johnson 
The Internal Revenue Service may have been caught violating federal tax law: In October 2010, the agency sent a database on 501(c)(4) social-welfare groups containing confidential taxpayer information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according 
Robert Lee
EFF to Court: There's No Doubt the Government Destroyed NSA Spying Evidence
06-01-2014  •  Prison Planet 
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) told a federal court today that there was no doubt that the government has destroyed years of evidence of NSA spying – the government itself has admitted to it in recent court filings.  
Robert Lee
New federal database will track Americans' credit ratings, other financial information
05-31-2014  • 
As many as 227 million Americans may be compelled to disclose intimate details of their families and financial lives -- including their Social Security numbers -- in a new national database being assembled by two federal agencies. 
Robert Lee
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