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Secret Service monitored REDDIT co-founder Aaron Swartz before his suicide

Secret Service monitored REDDIT co-founder Aaron Swartz before his suicide

ecret ServiceSteven Musil CNET The U.S. Secret Service on Monday released the first 104 pages of agency documents related to
Radioactive water overruns Fukushima barrier – TEPCO

Radioactive water overruns Fukushima barrier – TEPCO

Contaminated groundwater accumulating under the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant has risen 60cm above the protective barrier, and is now
US Military Caught Manipulating Social Media, Running Mass Propaganda Accounts

US Military Caught Manipulating Social Media, Running Mass Propaganda Accounts

Story Leak – by Anthony Gucciardi  It has been common knowledge to anyone paying attention within the alternative news community for
Silent Mail is also shutting down its encrypted mail service

Silent Mail is also shutting down its encrypted mail service

We designed our phone, video, and text services (Silent Phone and Silent Text) to be completely end-to-end secure with all
CIA Admits In Hearing – Using News To Manipulate the USA

CIA Admits In Hearing – Using News To Manipulate the USA

This is an old clip showing admittance of the CIA that they use the mainstream media to manipulate the thoughts
Pentagon considers employees unhappy with US policies a security threat

Pentagon considers employees unhappy with US policies a security threat

The Pentagon is warning its employees to be on the look-out for colleagues who demonstrate an “unhappiness with US foreign
Man who wrote his own small print in a credit card contract has been upheld in court

Man who wrote his own small print in a credit card contract has been upheld in court

A Russian man who decided to write his own small print in a credit card contract has had his changes
Colorado voters will decide whether to issue drone-hunting licenses

Colorado voters will decide whether to issue drone-hunting licenses

By Deborah Hastings A tiny town in Colorado will vote on whether to issue hunting licenses allowing folks to shoot