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Geofeedia Exposed for Police Monitoring of Social Media (tags)
Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Provided Data Access for a Surveillance Product Marketed to Target Activists of Color
New ID Verification Feature on this Site (tags)
We don't have accounts, but there is a way to verify that you are who you say you are.
Ha-Joon Chang on Economics (tags)
Ha-Joon Chang is a professor of politics and economics at Cambridge University.
Bilderberg June 6 - 9 Conference (tags)
Google Transparency Report 2013 (tags)
Google Transparency Report 2013
Uncle Sam wants to know what you googled for today!!! (tags)
"U.S. government agencies sent Google 5,950 criminal investigation requests during the first half of 2011 compared with 4,601 requests during the last six months of 2010. Google complied in part or completely with 93% of those requests"
The Truth About LSD (tags)
LSD is one of the most potent, mood-changing chemicals.
Permanent Destruction of Louisiana Marshland (tags)
The Louisiana marshland is being permanently destroyed by the multi-billion dollar profiting oil companies in the Gulf of Mexico Oil Disaster. The biggest user of oil, the US military, should be abolished as it simply exists to maximize profits of the capitalist class. The second biggest user is the private passenger auto which must be replaced with massive free public transportation. The oil companies actually claimed they had this disaster under control. The marshlands need an 80 mile levy built TODAY to save the coastal areas. British Petroleum makes multi-billion dollars a year in profit and must pay for the levies, cleanup, lost wages, lost businesses and everything else 100% TODAY. Brasschecktv has the story.
YouTube.Com "Purges" another 911 Truth Video!!! (tags)
You Tube has previously been caught blocking 9/11 truth videos from entering into top ranking charts for both views and comments despite their enduring popularity. This in not too suprising seeing that YouTube.Com is in complete cohoots with Israel and the ADL!!!
SF-IMC has been allowing Google to track you (tags)
SF-IMC for an unknown period of time has included code in their web pages that allowed the capitalists at Google to track their site visitors, as well as allowing Google to set and read cookies on users' machines. Other Indymedia tech people called this out on Thanksgiving day. SF-IMC tried to play it off like those who questioned allowing a giant internet company to track their site's users were "paranoid", but SF-IMC does appear to have come to its senses and deleted the offending code. Still, there remain many unanswered questions as to the sum of the information Google was allowed to acquire through this code and for how long this tracking had been going on. As SF-IMC displays open hostility toward what they call the "fetishization of local control and autonomy of individual indymedia sites" and hopes to impose their vision of editorial policy network-wide, an explanation for such cooperation with a corporate entity should be forthcoming.
A new low in drug testing (tags)
The government is apparently planning to install face-scanning cameras and urinalysis machines in some public urinals. It sounds strange, but it's technically feasible. We need to spread the word about this so it doesn't become widespread.
Comcast creating a digital apartheid (tags)
Comcast HSInternet is warning and terminating users that use their connections past a hidden bandwidth throughput limit. No numbers are given to help people reduce their habbits stating these are confidential.
Violation of policy (tags)
Big Brother Is Watching You - And Documenting (tags)
One would think that preserving privacy of the users, whose moves are so meticulously recorded, would be keenly observed at eBay, whose good name in the Internet community is one of its prime assets. But in the U.S. of the post 9/11 and pre-Gulf War II era, helping the "security forces" is considered a supreme act of patriotism. Who needs a subpoena?
From Palestine, the Next Revolution in File Sharing (tags)
From the legacy of Napster comes ES5 - the product of an international team dedicated to the success of Peer-to-Peer file sharing. Built with great attention to privacy and stealth, the group cleverly positioned themselves in a place of few intellectual property laws - Palestine.
Technology's Threats to Privacy (tags)
Windows Media player logs user's video and audio files
Slashdot Users Defy Censorship (tags)
In what approximates a "user revolt" against editors at the Slashdot.com online community, a moderator-critical threat has become one of the most popular in history despite the editorial "bitchslap of the century".
Court Order to the Seattle IMC (tags)
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS AND OTHER INFORMATION PERTAINING TO ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SERVICE PROVIDED BY INDYMEDIA.