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Public Knowledge Responds to AT&T’s Call for “Internet Bill of Rights”

Today, AT&T placed full-page advertisements in various papers urging Congress to pass an “Internet Bill of Rights” to “provide consistent rules of the road for all internet companies.” Public Knowledge contends that Americans had strong, consistent net neutrality rules until Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai repealed them, and finds AT&T’s vague commitments insufficient for a bill.

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DOJ threatens 'sanctuary cities' with subpoenas, escalating Trump's immigration enforcement campaign

The Justice Department is threatening 23 so-called sanctuary cities, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, with subpoenas if they fail to provide documents to show whether local law enforcement officers are sharing information with federal immigration authorities.

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Top secret HUMAN TESTING in China to create SUPERHUMAN army in military revamp

It has been revealed that over the last three years at least 86 people have undergone surgery to dramatically alter their genes in the communist state. The developments have caused concern in the US with the country fearing the scientific experiment could give the Chinese the upper hand in any future war between the two world powers. President Xi Jinping unveiled a number of new military initiatives earlier this year, including plans for the “modernisation of the national defence and armed forced”.

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EU hits Qualcomm with €1 billion fine for Apple deal

EU competition regulators today slapped a €997m fine on US chipmaker Qualcomm for paying Apple so that the iPhone maker only used its chips, blocking rivals such as Intel.  The European Commission said its investigation, launched in 2015, covered the period from 2011 to 2016. The Commission said the probe took into account Qualcomm's market dominance in LTE baseband chipsets, which enable rapid 4G mobile connections. "Qualcomm paid billions of US dollars to a key customer, Apple, so that it would not buy from rivals," European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in a statement.

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Mueller Probe Accidentally Exposes FBI Cover-Up of Saudi Role in 9/11

Further deteriorating the propaganda surrounding the government’s probe into alleged interference by Russia in the 2016 election, recently discovered court documents have just revealed that the person leading the investigation, Special Counsel Robert Muller, was complicit in covering up Saudi Arabia’s role in 9/11. Not only did Mueller cover for the Florida Saudi family but, according to the documents, he released intentionally deceptive statements to muddy the official investigation.

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Police accuse two students, age 12, of cyberbullying related suicide

Police in Panama City Beach, Florida, have charged two 12-year-old middle-school students with cyberstalking after the suicide of another student.

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Unarmed High School Sports Star Killed by Police as He Backed Out of His Own Driveway

A high school track and wrestling star was gunned down by police conducting a welfare check. He was unarmed and merely backing his car out of his own driveway.

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‘Asthma + TUE = Olympic medals’: Fancy Bears reveal formula of Western athletes’ success

Hacker group Fancy Bears has released emails obtained from the International Luge Federation (FIL) showing “widespread Therapeutic Use Exemptions [TUE]” and missed doping tests concerning a number of its athletes.

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Mexico’s drug cartels, now hooked on fuel, cripple the country’s refineries

Drug gangs pressure refinery workers to tap the lifeblood of Mexico’s oil industry. One former worker fled the country. One former gang member helps authorities understand the racket.

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The NSA maintains a page on its website that outlines its mission statement. But earlier this month the agency made a discreet change: It removed “honesty” as its top priority. Since at least May 2016, the surveillance agency had featured honesty as the first of four “core values” listed on, alongside “respect for the law,” “integrity,” and “transparency.” The agency vowed on the site to “be truthful with each other.”

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Whistleblower Confirms "Secret Society" Meetings Between FBI And DOJ To Undermine Trump

A whistleblower has revealed to Congress that clandestine, offsite meetings between high ranking FBI and DOJ took place in which officials discussed ways to undermine President Trump after the 2016 election, Rep. Ron Johnson (R-WI) told Fox News on Tuesday.

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First Major Company to Support Bitcoin Payments Throws in the Towel

Bitcoin is too slow and costs too much to use in transactions. Why bother?

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China Developing Advanced Aircraft Capable Of Detecting Stealth Planes, Including F-35, F-22

China is developing a reconnaissance aircraft equipped with a radar system which would help spot enemy stealth planes, stated Chinese military observers.

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Democrats Demand Twitter, Facebook Crackdown On #ReleaseTheMemo "Russian Bots", There Is Just One Problem...

Despite 63 GOP lawmakers petitioning for the release of an explosive four-page memo detailing FISA warrant abuse against the Trump campaign, California Democrats Dianne Feinstein and Adam Schiff have fired off an embarrassing letter to the CEO's of Twitter and Facebook, imploring the social media giants to take action against Russian bots pushing the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo. (Feinstein, ironically, #ReleasedTheTranscripts of closed-door Congressional testimony by Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson in early January in an effort to influence public opinion).

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This Could Be The Hottest Mining Stock Of 2018

In the forests of Colombia, a record-breaking discovery was made. A 1759-carat emerald was uncovered from the Coscuez mine. It is now part of the collection of the Banco Nazionale of Columbia. The massive jewel could be worth as much as $17 million, based on current per-carat estimates.

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WATCH: Over a Dozen Cops Swarm, Arrest Tiny Girl For Sitting Incorrectly on the Subway

Dramatic footage has just been released showing 18-year-old Bethany Nava, a West Hollywood resident, getting arrested for having her foot on the subway seat in front of her. According to the Facebook live video, Nava was riding the Red Line Metrorail when the confrontation with police occurred.

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Teen Hacker Who Social Engineered His Way Into Top-Level US Government Officials' Accounts Pleads Guilty To Ten Charges

The teenage hacker who tore CIA director John Brennan a new AOL-hole is awaiting sentencing in the UK. Kane Gamble, the apparent founder of hacker collective Crackas With Attitude, was able to access classified documents Brennan has forwarded to his personal email account by posing as a Verizon tech. Social engineering is still the best hacking tool. It's something anyone anywhere can do. If you do it well, a whole host of supposedly-secured information can be had, thanks to multiple entities relying on the same personal identifiers to "verify" the social engineer they're talking to is the person who owns accounts they're granting access to.

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Governor of Montana signs executive order banning state from doing business with non-neutral ISPs

Governor Steve Bullock [D-MT] has signed an executive order banning state agencies from procuring internet service from ISPs that violate net neutrality principles like throttling, blocking and paid prioritization.

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Manhattan District Attorney Says He’ll No Longer Accept Contributions From Lawyers With Cases Before Him

After controversy over how he handled two prominent investigations, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said he would no longer take campaign donations from defense attorneys with cases before him. Vance said his campaign will no longer accept contributions in any amount from such lawyers and will cap donations from their law partners. Vance was re-elected in November to a four-year term. The district attorney also will not solicit contributions personally and will have his campaign shield him from the identities of his donors. Candidates for judgeships in New York state follow similar guidelines.

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New York City sues drug companies over opioid epidemic

New York City on Tuesday sued eight companies that make or distribute prescription opioids, blaming them for fuelling a deadly epidemic afflicting the most populous U.S. city. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the lawsuit sought $500 million of damages to help fight the crisis, which kills more people in the city annually than homicides and car accidents combined, including more than 1,100 from opioid-induced overdoses in 2016.

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