Daily Archive for: ‘2 years ago’

Anonymous Brings Down The Website of ‘Britain’s FBI’

Anonymous Brings Down The Website of ‘Britain’s FBI’

The Serious Organised Crime Agency’s website was the victim of a scam known as distributed denial of service (DDOS) by the hacktivist group Anonymous whereby an internet address is flooded with bogus traffic, effectively making it unreachable.

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NBC Reporters Doctor Audio of 911 Call in Trayvon Martin Saga

NBC Reporters Doctor Audio of 911 Call in Trayvon Martin Saga

NBC’s Today show aired a doctored 911 call where Zimmerman appears to say, “This guy looks like he’s up to no good or he’s on drugs or something. He looks black.” That edited version, though, filters out the middle of the call

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Hang on, The Government’s on the Other Line

Hang on, The Government’s on the Other Line

The Justice Department made 1,745 requests to a secret court for authority to wiretap or search for evidence in terrorism and espionage investigations last year.

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The Media’s Race War Obsession

The Media’s Race War Obsession

As grenades and gunshots ricochet off buildings and homes in the Syrian city of Homs and thousands of people are placed in …

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New sex robot makes sparks fly

New sex robot makes sparks fly

The sex robot can be programmed to have different personalities, like “Wild Wendy,” “Frigid Farrah” and “S&M Susan,” depending on your bedroom preferences.

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IJM Kenya: Two Innocent Men Set Free After Three Months in Prison

IJM Kenya: Two Innocent Men Set Free After Three Months in Prison

Yesterday, two innocent men were set free from prison. Three months ago, they were arrested upon a vague suspicion that they might commit a crime in the future. Though they were not charged with a specific crime, they were sent to prison.

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University Protest in Syria Turns Deadly

University Protest in Syria Turns Deadly

Syrian activists and opposition groups say security forces have stormed student dormitories at a university in the city of Aleppo following anti-government protests there, killing at least four students and wounding several others.

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Egypt’s Military Promises to Give Power to Civilian Administration

Egypt’s Military Promises to Give Power to Civilian Administration

Egypt’s ruling generals promised again Thursday that they would hand power to a civilian administration within the next two months, a day after deadly clashes stoked by political tensions brought fresh accusations that the military was trying to create chaos so it could cling to power.

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Protestant Pastor in Iran Sentenced to 6 Years

Protestant Pastor in Iran Sentenced to 6 Years

After detaining 33-year-old Christian pastor Farshid Fathi for 16 months without indictment, judicial authorities finally sentenced him to six years in prison

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The Flaw No One Ever Adresses but Everyone Should…

The Flaw No One Ever Adresses but Everyone Should…

Here’s a thought for you to chew on: financial responsibility.  When is the right time to teach it to your …

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