AT&T, Time Warner and the Death of Privacy

Where you go, what you watch, text and share, with whom you speak, all your internet searches and preferences, all gathered and “vertically integrated,” sold to police and perhaps, in the future, to any number of AT&T’s corporate customers.

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The Double Life of Dianne Feinstein

Now outraged that the CIA may have spied on her committee's work, this is the same senator who could not empathize with Americans upset at the revelations in the Snowden documents of millions of citizens whose personal data has been accessed by the NSA

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The Double Life of Dianne Feinstein

Now outraged that the CIA may have spied on her committee's work, this is the same senator who could not empathize with Americans upset at the revelations in the Snowden documents of millions of citizens whose personal data has been accessed by the NSA.

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Edward Snowden, Whistle-Blower

              The Editorial Board The New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/02/opinion/edward-snowden-whistle-blower.html?ref=opinion&_r=1& Seven months ago, the world began to learn the vast scope of the National Security Agency’s reach into the lives of hundreds of millions of people in the United States and around the globe, as it collects...

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