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Google manipulating search results favoring big brands over small businesses

Google

The New York Times reported this morning that the Federal Trade Commission is preparing a recommendation that the government sue Google for allegedly manipulating search results to favor its own products and big brand shopping websites. The investigation, which began more than a year ago, is the most far-reaching antitrust investigation …

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Anonymous calls for shut-down of TrapWire to start this Saturday

Trapwire Anonymous

Anonymous vs Trapwire: ‘We must, at all costs, shut this system down’ As details surface about a futuristic and frightening global surveillance network called TrapWire, members of the Anonymous collective are calling for citizens everywhere to voice their opposition and help end the system beginning this Saturday. “As we learn …

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9/11 families sue Saudi Arabia for involvement in terrorist attack

9/11 families Saudi Arabia terrorist attack

In a stunning lawsuit seeking to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for 9/11, the families of 800 victims have filed a lawsuit accusing the Saudis of complicity in the worst terror attacks on American soil. The legal action, filed in federal court in Manhattan, details a scenario of involvement by Saudi …

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Trump: vaccines made one of my employees’ children autistic

Donald Trump vaccines autism

Billionaire presidential contender Donald Trump made a “huge” splash on the GOP debate stage Wednesday in a sparring match with Dr. Ben Carson over whether vaccines cause autism. “There have been numerous studies, and they have not demonstrated that there is any correlation between vaccinations and autism,” Dr. Carson claimed, …

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Plans for cashless society is accelerating bank runs

Euro cash withdrawal money

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Over the past few months, as governments and bankers lose grip on the failing monetary system that is surviving only on the back of record low interest rates and excessive money printing, the ‘war on cash’ has been escalating around the world. Why such disdain for cash? A society …

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Rand Paul filibusters Patriot (tyranny) Act renewal

Rand Paul filibuster Patriot Act

United States Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) vows to filibuster any attempt in Congress to extend the eavesdropping powers provided to the government through the US Patriot Act before they expire at the end of the month. Sen. Paul began speaking out against government surveillance on the floor of the Senate …

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Washington just dipped into retirement savings to fund itself

Jack Lew Treasury Secretary

From Filip Karinja You know things are getting bad when your government begins to stick its hand into retirement accounts just so that it can remain solvent for a few more months. With the debt limit about to come back into full swing at a staggering $18.1 trillion this week, Treasury Secretary Jack …

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Argentina to default on debt; second time in 12 years

Argentina default

Argentina failed to strike a deal to avert its second default in more than 12 years after talks with holdout creditors ended without a settlement on Wednesday. The country’s economy minister, Axel Kicillof, speaking at a news conference at the Argentine consulate in New York, repeatedly referred to the holdout …

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HSBC whistleblower to run for Congress

HSBC whistleblower and political hopeful Everett Stern. A bank whistle-blower is seeking a more powerful position from which to hold too-big-to-fail companies accountable. Everett Stern, a former HSBC employee who last summer called for fresh investigations into the company’s money-laundering controls, has launched a bid for Congress. Stern is campaigning …

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Byron Bay upholds ban of toxic fluoride from water supply

Tap water

An outstanding ban on artificial water fluoridation has been upheld in the Australian coastal town of Byron Bay, located in New South Wales, following a heated encounter among local residents, scientists, dentists and city officials. The Fluoride Action Network reports that the Byron Shire Council ultimately ended up voting five-to-three to uphold …

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NSA can track your location even when phone is off

iPhone 5

Did you know that the NSA can track the location of your phone even when it is turned off and the batteries have been removed? This admission went largely unnoticed in a Washington Post report entitled NSA growth fueled by need to target terrorists. In the article, writer Dana Priest details …

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Obamacare sites caught in illegal software piracy

obamacare copyright infringement

Editor’s note: if this was you or I we would have the feds kick down our doors, our assets seized, face massive fines and jail time. Just ask Kim Dotcom. Screenshot from healthcare.gov The list of complaints waged at the White House over its Healthcare.gov site continues to grow, but …

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NSA ready to launch Apple iPhone 5S

iPhone 5S fingerprint NSA friendly

The latest series of Apple’s iPhone will not only continue to cultivate numerous apps that track your location through GPS and transmit data directly back to corporations and government, but contain a fingerprint sensor that stores your fingerprint in order to purchase apps and unlock the phone for use. And …

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Australia replaces one puppet Prime Minister with another

Rudd Gillard puppets

Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard  Kevin Rudd has won a leadership ballot against Julia Gillard to regain the Australian prime ministership by a margin of 57 to 45. With the September 14 election looming, Gillard’s chances of victory were deemed slim. According to recent opinion polls, Rudd is seen as …

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Official: Water complaints could be ‘act of terrorism’

Tap water drip

Residents who say children have become ill from drinking water says state is attempting to silence its critics. A Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation deputy director warned a group of Maury County residents that unfounded complaints about water quality could be considered an “act of terrorism.” “We take water …

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US seizes top Bitcoin exchange as crackdown begins

Bitcoin

The US Department of Homeland Security seized a payment processing account Tuesday belonging to Mt. Gox, the largest international Bitcoin trader, claiming the monetary exchange service falsified financial documents. The American government has previously made it clear that officials are watching Bitcoin, a decentralized economic currency that international regulators have …

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