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FOUR REASONS BOSTON PRIVACY ADVOCATES ARE GOING TO DC THIS WEEKEND

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Digital Fourth President Alex Marthews will be joining an expected 3000-plus people in DC to protest the NSA on Saturday. He told us why. Continue reading

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FREE RADICAL: THE SECURITY-FREEDOM PRICE INDEX

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Allowing the government to listen is like showing all your cards—you’re giving them the upper hand, all the time. Continue reading

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BRIC-ED IN: WHY THE BPD DIDN’T THINK THAT TAMERLAN TSARNAEV WAS A KILLER

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Among those who follow current events, cop worship is in steep decline around here, with the glowing reputation of the fuzz plummeting as facts surface about the Tsarnaev brothers and their likely criminal past. Continue reading

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TECH ROUND-UP: U.S. VIRUS, THE WII U E3 EXPERIENCE, FACEBOOK JR.

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Yes. I will be doing nothing this week but checking up on E3. It’s kind of mandatory. It’s surprising then that tech journalists can focus on anything else. Continue reading

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FACEBOOK PROFILE-ING: POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS POKING INTO YOUR PAST

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The issues regarding online privacy—or rather, the complete lack of anything even remotely resembling online privacy—have been well documented, with Facebook usually at the center of every new controversy. So, it is to the surprise of no one, that once again the social networking site finds itself at the front-lines of the ongoing war on personal information. Continue reading

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IN THE TUBES: ANONYMOUS VS. FACEBOOK

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It’s going down Saturday, November 5 Continue reading

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FUTURE FORWARD

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I am a bi woman happily married to a straight man, and we both “participate” in hot sexy times with other women during threesomes. It’s hard to find hot 30ish bi girls where we live, but the encounters we’ve had were for the most part excellent. Continue reading