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Tech Dirt | The NSA appears to have taken a lesson from the whole “gamification” movement and used it to help the NSA better spy on people.

Paul Joseph Watson | Postal service wants to join “Internet of Things.”

Time | The state auditor’s report demands that health agencies look into the violations.

The Intercept | Huge volumes of private emails, phone calls, and internet chats are being intercepted by the National Security Agency with the secret cooperation of more foreign governments than previously known.

Prison Planet.com | The rise of the machines has begun as autonomous drones are given lethal capabilities and programmed to target those who speak out.

Truth Revolt | The paperclip was bent in a manner that could allow for use as a weapon.

CBS Baltimore | Soon, Maryland will be the home to a couple of new landmarks. Actually, sky-marks.

New American | The federal government places the protection of mice and chickens above adhering to the constitutional rights of ranchers.

Prison Planet.com | “Mini me” Verne Troyer had a run in with the TSA yesterday.

Daily Caller | A Pittsburgh woman suffered a beating from a police officer, and the scene was caught on video.

Jon Rappoport | Let me clarify that. Slavery to the corporate State. Government and mega-corporations work hand in hand.

Prison Planet.com | Can America continue to borrow money to pay for a welfare state that is growing exponentially in both scope and enrollment?

Truth Revolt | Want to work? Comply with Common Core.

London Independent | Secret prisons, drone bases, surveillance stations, offices where extraordinary rendition is planned: Trevor Paglen takes pictures of the places that the American and British governments don’t want you to know even exist.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones highlights threats to the First Amendment with key statements from our interview with author, documentary filmmaker and former Reagan policy adviser Dinesh D’Souza.

Business Insider | “We got the drone! We got the drone!”

Washington’s Blog | “We Have a Significant Element of Our Government In League With Corporations and Other Unelected Officials Who’ve Decided That The Constitution Is Essentially Null And Void”.

London Guardian | Social science is being militarised to develop ‘operational tools’ to target peaceful activists and protest movements.

Washington’s Blog | The Story of NSA’s “First Fruits” Program Has Never Been Told.

The Hill | The Pentagon Thursday said Islamic militants in Iraq might have captured U.S. equipment and vehicles as an al-Qaeda linked group advanced toward Baghdad.

Prison Planet.com | Alex welcomes Dan Bongino, an author and a former member of the Secret Service’s Presidential Protection Division, to break down Obama’s other numerous scandals.

The Washington Times | Retired Air Force Gen. Michael V. Hayden said he supports the bill winding through Congress.

Zero Hedge | The program was limited in size and proved little use to U.S. and Iraqi officials.

Daily Caller | CNN has drastically revised a claim it made.

Carlos Miller | They took issue with his camera, even though he wasn’t even pointing it at them at first.

Prison Planet.com | CNN, formerly under the control of the Army’s Fourth Psychological Operations Group, has jumped on the shooting in Las Vegas to kick start the rightwing extremist meme.

Prison Planet.com | Jerad Miller case exploited to jumpstart rightwing extremist meme.

Tech Dirt | The state found that 64 officers violated orders, but none of these officers received anything longer than a 10-day suspension.

Washington Post | The National Security Agency recently used a novel argument for not holding onto information it collects about users online activity: it’s too complex.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones is joined by political commentator, author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza to explain what made America truly exceptional in world history and what could happen if it falls.

Washington’s Blog | No Wonder Impeachment Was “Off the Table”: Democrats Approved Mass Surveillance and Torture … and the Subsequent Cover-Up.

Prison Planet.com | NSA whistleblower Russell Tice was a key source in the 2005 New York Times report that blew the lid off the Bush administration’s use of warrantless wiretapping.

Bizpac Review | A Florida man might have thought he needed the cops after leaving a concert to find his work truck broken into and the insides ransacked.

New American | Seems not everybody is happy with Facebook’s gift of a built-in ambient sound recorder.

Daily Caller | Progressive hero Noam Chomsky is terrified of the surveillance state that has developed during the tenure of President Barack Obama.

London Independent | “It certainly looked like they were placed there to deter homeless people. It’s dreadful.”

London Telegraph | Sharkey said that large corporations were hovering up private information and modern generations did not realize it was wrong.

Mark Dice | Every time he looks into a mirror in prison, Pierre D. Martin can blame his face for putting him behind bars.

LA Times | “I will not sacrifice public support for a piece of police equipment,” Beck said.

RT | Government intelligence agencies have direct access to telecommunication companies’ infrastructure which allows them to spy and record phone calls leaving no paper trail.

Washington’s Blog | The Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land, so even if they claim they can legitimately spy on us without warrants, they can’t.

Kit Daniels | Letterman pushes gun control lies on The Late Show.

Business Insider | Facebook recently rolled out a new feature that’s leaving some users speechless and others running to sign a petition to have it removed, news.com.au reports.

New American | Exactly 25 years ago today, the ruthless Communist Party regime ruling over mainland China massacred thousands of innocent civilians in Beijing’s now-infamous Tiananmen Square.

RT | The man responsible or those disclosures has come out and endorsed a new anti-surveillance campaign.

RT | The location of secret British spy bases in Oman, tapping undersea cables in the Middle East, has up until now remained unpublished.

Zero Hedge | Citing “tangible economic benefits,” the FAA has decided that the current prohibitions against commercial uses of drones in US skies can be lifted.

Liberty Blitzkrieg | It’s been obvious for quite some time that the so-called “war on terror” is nothing more than a fear-mongering induced power grab.

Washington’s Blog | Even the ARCHITECT of the Drone Assassination Program Saya Obama Has Gone Too Far … “Creating Terrorists Rather Than Eliminating Them”.

Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones and Joe Biggs discuss the Bowe Bergdahl mystery and Lee Ann McAdoo asks “Who Are The Gitmo 5?”

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