Tag Archives: 1984

French Facebook users charged for giving away speed camera locations

RT.com June 18, 2014   Prosecutors have charged 10 French citizens for using a Facebook group to divulge the location of speed cameras. The move to prosecute members of the group, which has almost 9,000 subscribers, has prompted accusations of “double standards.” French authorities have targeted the Facebook page, which …

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Citizen vs US Commerce Agent in Orwellian Stand-off: ‘There is nothing private sir’

“You’re being hostile towards me.” A blood boiling interchange between a US Department of Commerce agent and an individual was captured on video. The Free Thought Project Matt Agorist June 12, 2014 Ronald Reagan once said that the 9 most terrifying words in the English language are, “I’m from the …

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Cyberbullying law would let Canada cops ‘remotely hack computers, mobile devices, cars’

Cyberbullying law would let Canada cops ‘remotely hack computers, mobile devices, cars’   RT.com June 11, 2014 New cyberbullying legislation introduced by the Canadian government is set to let police gain access to computers and remotely track cellphone users’ movements and activities, privacy experts fear. Bill C-13 Protecting Canadians from …

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Facecrook: NSA storing your facial web images, millions intercepted daily

RT.com Jun 1, 2014 Reuters / Mario Anzuoni The National Security Agency is collecting millions of images of people through its international surveillance network to be implemented in a number of other facial recognition programs, according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden. Read Snowden’s comments on 9/11 that NBC didn’t …

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To fight police brutality, Albuquerque police promote cop who burned off man’s ear

RT.com May 17, 2014 In a controversial move following protests against deadly force by police in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the department has promoted a commander previously accused of burning off part of homeless man’s ear with a taser. The announcement came Thursday, with the Associated Press reporting that Albuquerque Police …

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