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- FBI Came to Investigate Wikileaks in Iceland
- Anonymous Hacks DOJ Site in Retaliation for Aaron Swartz Case
- Unexplained Blackout of Discussion of CIA Interrogation Centers at 9/11 Pre-Trial Hearing
- Stealing workers’ pay is illegal, shouldn’t be a partisan issue
- Report: Brennan Was Regularly Briefed on Torture Under Bush
- Pirate Bay Founder Could Be Prosecuted For Hacking “Within a Month”
- Is It Illegal To Unlock a Phone? The Situation is Better - and Worse - Than You Think
- Anti-Piracy Group Already Demanding That Kim Dotcom's New Mega Service Be Shut Down
- TechCrunch Admits That Using Facebook Comments Drove Away Most Of Their Commenters
- The 16th Century Religious Wars And Today’s Copyright Monopoly Wars Have More In Common Than You Think
- With New Constitution, Post-Collapse Iceland Inches Toward Direct Democracy
- The Justice Department does not need to explain why it wanted Twitter information of certain WikiLeaks supporters without a warrant, the 4th Circuit ruled.
- Government requests for Twitter user data rise 20% in 2012
- IMAGiNE BitTorrent Group Sysop Speaks Out as He Heads to Prison
- Mega Launches: Brilliantly Secure, But Not Anonymous
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