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Wikileaks Just Unveiled CIA’s Secret Missile Control System

The new filtration, which is part of a series of secret materials called Vault 7, indicates that the system is installed aboard an airplane from Pratt & Whitney, equipped with air-to-air and/or air missile launch systems – Earth. Continue reading

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Spies Without Borders II: Foreign Surveillance Post-9/11

  This article has been co-authored by Tamir Israel, Staff Lawyer at CIPPIC,  Katitza Rodriguez, EFF International Rights Director and Mark Rumold, EFF Staff Attorney.  The Spies Without Borders posts are looking into how the information disclosed in the NSA leaks affect Internet users around the world whose private information is … Continue reading

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A statement on the occasion of the second anniversary of the start of the revolution of dignity

A statement on the occasion of the second anniversary of the start of the revolution of dignity.

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Maqdisi disciples In Libya and Tunisia

  Aaron A. Zelin Ever since the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi and U.S. Embassy in Tunis in September, there has been a large spotlight on the Islamist groups viewed as the main culprits — Katibat Ansar al-Sharia … Continue reading

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US Blasts Iran Over Torture And Death Of Blogger

  Report   The U.S. has strongly condemned Iran for the torture and death of Iranian blogger and labor activist Sattar Beheshti (35), who as reported, died earlier this week while undergoing interrogation in Evin Prison. “We are appalled by … Continue reading

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Social Media’s Impact on Election 2012

  Report   Election night 2012 made history.   No, not because of any one candidate. or issue. But because of social media.   “If you were looking at twitter in real time at the feed if you had the … Continue reading

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Facebook used to kidnap, traffic Indonesian girls

   When a 14-year-old girl received a  Facebook  friend request from an older man she didn’t know, she accepted it out of curiosity. It’s a click she will forever regret, leading to a brutal story that has repeated itself as … Continue reading

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FROM BIN LADEN, TO FACEBOOK

  Report It’s an increasingly dangerous world, particularly due to the ever-present threat of terrorism, and, despite appearances, that danger has never been closer to us. This was what veteran journalist Maria A. Ressa, former CNN Jakarta Bureau chief and … Continue reading

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INTERNET GAINS MOST AS CAMPAIGN NEWS SOURCE BUT CABLE TV STILL LEADS Social Media Doubles, but Remains Limited

  October 25, 2012 With the election less than two weeks away, Americans are following the presidential campaign more closely on nearly every news platform than they were earlier in the year, including print newspapers. The biggest gains have come … Continue reading

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Ansar al-Sharia emerges in Morocco

  Intelligence Report Radical Islamists are shifting focus toward the Maghreb, but it remains to be seen whether their message will find receptive grounds in the region. A group calling itself the “Co-ordination of Ansar al-Sharia in Morocco” is using … Continue reading

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