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NSA paid millions to cover Prism compliance costs for tech companies

The National Security Agency paid millions of dollars to cover the costs of major internet companies involved in the Prism surveillance program after a court ruled that some of the agency's activities were unconstitutional, according to top-secret material passed to the Guardian.<p>The technology …

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PHOENIX, AZ — A 44-year-old man climbed onto the roof of his apartment and began acting strangely. Police arrived to help him down, but instead ended up killing him. Michael Angel Ruiz had a history of drug addiction. On July 28, for reasons unknown, he climbed onto the roof of his apartment. Witnesses called the police to protect his safety. This turned out to have been a fatal decision. First they tased him several times on the roof. He finally complied and hopped down. Cops immediately swarmed him and put him in a choke-hold. Witness Gary Carthen said that Ruiz was "getting choked out and tased at the same time." He remained in a choke-hold for at least three minutes. The most disturbing moments were to come. Michael Ruiz, now fully restrained, was dragged down the concrete stairs on his face. As deputies held his arms behind his back, they allowed his head to dangle and thump against every stair. At this point Ruiz may have already lost consciousness, and was making no attempt to lift his head. Video shows him lifelessly suffering head trauma on the descent down the stair case. “I just felt sick to my stomach,” said Richard Erickson, a retired police detective. “I’d never seen anything like this before, even when I was with the police department.” READ MORE: http://www.policestateusa.com/2013/police-taser-man-to-get-him-off-a-roof-choke-drag-him-face-down-across-a-staircase-killing-him/

NSA has ability to read 75% of all US internet traffic - report

Newly unveiled National Security Agency programs detail how the US government has the ability to monitor approximately 75 percent of American …

White House: US government wouldn't force reporters to destroy computers

The White House has said that it would not be "appropriate" for the US government to destroy leaked government secrets obtained by media organisations in the way ordered by the British government.<p>"It's very difficult to imagine a scenario in which that would be appropriate here," said White House …

Every Important Person In Bitcoin Just Got Subpoenaed By New York's Financial Regulator

Things are getting serious for Bitcoin this month: a federal judge declared it real money, Bloomberg gave it an experimental ticker (XBT), and New York’s financial regulator announced an interest in regulating it. Declaring Bitcoin “a virtual Wild West for narcotraffickers and other criminals,” the …

Obama White Paper Claims Broad Surveillance Powers

The word “relevance” has now been officially tortured into a new word that means essentially nothing at all, as the Obama Administration’s “white …

Corrupt Cop of the Month Protest - Austin

Each month the Peaceful Streets Project identifies a Corrupt Cop of the Month. In Austin, the monthly protest against that cop usually takes place on …

Lavabit email service abruptly shut down citing government interference

The email service reportedly used by surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden abruptly shut down on Thursday after its owner cryptically announced his refusal to become "complicit in crimes against the American people."<p>Lavabit, an email service that boasted of its security features and claimed …

Edward Snowden's father to visit him in Russia 'soon'

<b>Lon Snowden, father of US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, has a Russian visa and will visit his son "very soon", his lawyer says.</b><p>Mr Snowden told the US ABC network he wanted his son to return home provided the justice system is applied "correctly" in his case.<p>He added that his son had "spoken …

Egypt police delay threat to evict pro-Morsi sit-ins

CAIRO — Egypt's authorities on Monday held off on a threat to forcefully evict protest camps occupied by thousands of supporters of the ousted Muslim Brotherhood government.<p>Security officials had said they would besiege two sit-ins to remove supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, who was …

WACO, TX -- As part of the city's "Crime Free Multi-Housing Program," Waco police are entering residential apartments, with or without the presence of the tenant, to perform unwarranted inspections. These so-called "Crime Prevention and Safety Inspections" will involve police snooping around people's living quarters with no probable cause or a warrant, mocking our rights to privacy with feel-good excuses. Visit www.policestateusa.com

When It Comes To Your Data, It’s Time To Enforce Your Own “Terms And Conditions”

The director of a new documentary wonders why so many of us willingly click “OK” and relinquish our information–and our rights. Terms and Conditions May Apply is a call to take back your data.<p>As the director of <i>Terms and Conditions May Apply</i>, a recently released documentary about privacy and the …

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