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Why free media standards are important

Mar 27, 20146 Comments65 Views

Alternative media relies too much on proprietary software, which is dangerous.

President Obama Makes Statement On The Sequestration

Obama to announce legislation to end NSA’...

Mar 27, 20148 Comments52 Views

The NSA, at present, retains phone data for as long as five years.


Zach Galifianakis Gets Notorious with Presi...

Mar 11, 201410 Comments46 Views

Wondering if Barack Obama could escape the missiles of provocative comments shot his way?


The curious case of RT in the United States...

Mar 08, 201419 Comments50 Views

With Liz Wahl quitting RT, is there any venue we can trust?

President Obama Makes Statement On The Sequestration

Should Obama administration murder American...

Feb 10, 20141 Comment43 Views

Should the US government start using drones to 'murder' US citizens without giving them fair trails?


OEM “Kill-switch” anti theft bi...

Feb 09, 2014No Comments30 Views

Senator Mark Leno seeks a 'kill-switch' in devices to protect customers from theft.


Schmidt claims he was unaware of NSA activi...

Jan 22, 2014No Comments38 Views

Google's executive chairman also said that the data tapping “literally outraged” him and other members of the company.


Richard Stallman meets AAP leader Arvind Ke...

Jan 20, 20142 Comments68 Views

Arvind Kejriwal, the new 'anti-corruption' chief minister of India's capital, recently met free software advocate Richard Stallman.

President Obama Makes Statement On The Sequestration

Obama calls for changes to NSA’s surv...

Jan 18, 2014No Comments40 Views

He promises to end NSA's mass collection of US phone data as it exists today.


US kills net neutrality, will it curb innov...

Jan 14, 2014No Comments58 Views

Since the courts have invalidated the FCC's Net Neutrality Rules, what can be done now?