Meredith Crawley

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The Week in Review: When Tech Took Over

Inside Flipboard / June 14, 2013<p>Apple’s annual developer conference, WWDC, caught much of the tech community’s attention early this week. The tech …

Why the war on drugs has been made redundant

The term "designer drug" became popular with the acid house and ecstasy boom in the 1990s, but it was never really accurate. The main ingredient in …

How To Become Invisible To The NSA's Domestic Spying Program

According to the original report that brought PRISM to public attention, the nine companies that "participate knowingly" with the NSA are Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple.<p>Zhong's approach is to replace your workflow with open-source tools that aren't …

CBS' Bob Schieffer Destroys Edward Snowden In 90 Seconds

Amid a debate over whether Snowden is a "hero" for exposing information about the scope of the NSA's surveillance methods, Schieffer said Snowden shouldn't be mentioned in the same conversation as other heroes who have exposed government wrongdoings.<p>"For one thing, I don't remember Martin Luther …

NSA Leak Reveals US Spied On Russian President And Other Dignitaries At G20 Summit

The paper revealed top-secret documents provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, which talked about "recent successes" in surveillance from GCHQ —Britain's NSA equivalent.<p>From The Guardian:<p>There have often been rumours of this kind of espionage at international conferences, but it is highly …

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Google is working on new tech to eliminate all child porn on the Web

Search and mobile superpower Google is working on new technology that would effectively purge all images of child pornography and abuse from most of the Web.<p>Google disclosed new efforts to fight online child exploitation in a blog post yesterday. The company committed $5 million to “eradicate …