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Anonymous plans ‘Million Mask March’ on Washington Nov 5th

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Demonstrators hope that one million masked activists will descend on Washington, DC next month to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day with a mass rally to remind the world “That fairness, justice and freedom are more than just words.” That’s the mission statement of the “Million Mask March,” an event scheduled for …

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Knight Capital says trading glitch cost it $440 Million

Knight Capital

$10 million a minute. That’s about how much the trading problem that set off turmoil on the stock market on Wednesday morning is already costing the trading firm. The Knight Capital Group announced on Thursday that it lost $440 million when it sold all the stocks it accidentally bought Wednesday morning because …

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#OpIsrael: Anonymous launches massive cyber assault on Israel

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Hacktivist group Anonymous has launched a second massive cyber attack against Israel, dubbed #OpIsrael. The collective threatens to “disrupt and erase Israel from cyberspace” in protest over its mistreatment of Palestinians. Dozens of Israeli websites were unavailable as of early Sunday. In a video message posted on YouTube, Anonymous said …

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Google faces UK class action over secret iPhone tracking

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Google is embroiled in its biggest privacy battle yet in the UK over reportedly tracking users’ online habits. At least 10 UK citizens began legal action with dozens more lining up. According to media estimates up to 10 million Britons could join in. Google is accused of evading security settings …

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Google blacklists 200 publisher sites in war on ‘fake news’

Google blacklists sites fake news

Google is hopping on the bandwagon against fake news started by Facebook. The search-engine giant has now permanently blocked 200 publishers since instituting a new policy to combat fake news. For Scott Spencer, Google’s director of product management for sustainable ads, the decision was based on three criteria. Google slapped the ban on publishers …

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Journalist exposes Paris attacks and more, live on TV

Gearoid O Colmain interview video RT Paris attacks exposed war on terror

Independent political analyst, Gearoid O Colmain, has just blown the lid on the whole ‘war on terror‘ and why the Paris attacks occurred. The mainstream media has been hiding the fact that ISIS is a western backed creation which Colmain mentions in the video below. Whilst everyone is mourning for the …

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Saudi blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes may face death penalty

Raif Badawi Saudi Arabia

Raif Badawi, the Saudi Arabian blogger whose punishment of 1,000 lashes has prompted international condemnation, may now face the death penalty. Mr Badawi’s wife, Ensaf Haidar, told The Independent in a series of messages that judges in Saudi Arabia’s criminal court want him to undergo a re-trial for apostasy. If …

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Another JP Morgan banker ‘murder-suicided’

Michael Tabacchi JP Morgan murder suicide

A JPMorgan Chase associate and his wife were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide in Closter, New Jersey on Friday evening. According to the Bergen County prosecutor John Molinelli, Michael Tabacchi, 27, allegedly killed his wife, Iran Pars Tabacchi, 41, who also went by “Denise.” “Autopsy on Closter couple shows …

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YouTube deletes Stefan Molyneux´s liberty minded channel

Stefan Molyneux

It appears as though Google run YouTube is targeting popular channels that promote freedom and liberty by deleting them and all their content off it´s servers. Less than a month ago Mark Dice’s Youtube channel was deleted without explanation, Stefan Molyneux’s freedom-minded channel (FreeDomain Radio) has just now been removed from …

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UK tells Google to remove private data or face court

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Britain’s data regulator says Google must delete all personal data it has gathered using its Street View project or face court action by the watchdog. The Information Commissioner’s Office (IOC) has given Google Inc. an enforcement notice demanding that the company remove the data it had offered to delete back …

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Hacker shuts down GoDaddy in Tango Down attack

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Shortly after 1 p.m. EST someone by the Twitter handle “Anonymous Own3r” on Twitter claimed responsibility for shutting down millions of websites, blogs and email accounts hosted by GoDaddy.com. At this time, Anonymous Own3r isn’t revealing his reasons for shutting down GoDaddy, only stating via Twitter: “I’m taking godaddy down bacause (sic) …

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US destroyed Africa’s wealthiest country, Libya

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The United States and its allies are responsible for completely destroying Libya, perhaps the richest country with a highest standard of living in Africa, an American journalist and political analyst says. Don DeBar, an anti-war activist and radio host in New York, made the remarks in a phone interview with …

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Pirate Bay co-founder plans surveillance-free messaging app

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The co-founder and former spokesperson of the file-sharing site Pirate Bay Peter Sunde is working on a new iPhone and Android messaging application that will allow the users to protect their conversations from spying. The application called Hemlis – ‘secret’ in Swedish – utilizes end-to-end encryption to make sure that …

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Ron Paul set to launch new media operation

Ron Paul

“Turn Off Your TV. Turn On the Truth.” That’s the strap line that former Congressman Ron Paul is using for a brand new media network he is launching this summer. A promotional video posted to Facebook over the weekend announced the imminent launch of The Ron Paul Channel. “FINALLY a media …

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Aaron Swartz files reveal how FBI tracked internet activist

Aaron Swartz

Firedoglake blogger Daniel Wright publishes once-classified FBI documents that show extent of agency’s investigation into Swartz. A blogger has published once-classified FBI files that show how the agency tracked and collected information on internet activist Aaron Swartz. Swartz, who killed himself in January aged 26, had previously requested his files and posted them …

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