Amnesty Sues U.K. Intelligence Over Surveillance

Human rights organization Amnesty International has declared it will take legal action against British security services. Amnesty claims its calls have been intercepted by UK intelligence agencies

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NSA Opponents Seek to Dismantle Spy Facility

Anti-NSA activists would like to turn off the water to the NSA’s $1.5 billion Data Center in Bluffdale, Utah, and at other facilities around the country

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Ukrainians Face-Off Against Their Government

A resolution to Ukraine’s political turmoil remained elusive Wednesday as thousands of people continued rallying on Kiev’s Independence Square and besieging key government buildings

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Police Step Aside for Thai Protesters

In jubilant scenes hard to imagine after days of clashes, protesters swept aside barricades in old Bangkok on Tuesday to occupy the grounds of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s office

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Hundreds of Protests Planned for Black Friday

As retailers gear up for what they say will be a shopping season of unprecedented profits, activist groups and small-business organizations are hoping to capitalize on a year of public anger over labor practices at retailers such as Wal-Mart

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Wikipedia Founder: Snowden is a Hero

Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has called on Barack Obama to rein in the National Security Agency as he described the whistleblower Edward Snowden as “a hero” whom history will judge “very favourably”.

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60 Girls Rescued From Slavery in India

Last week, 59 girls were rescued from slavery in a factory that markets itself in the country as a conscientious food supplier of high-quality, organic pickles

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Bulgarian Students Revolt

It is the fourth week of an occupation. Hundreds of students in a dozen institutions across Bulgaria have taken over all or parts of their universities, padlocking the gates and adding a new dimension to a movement that has rapidly escalated

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Corporations Spying on Nonprofits

Corporations are increasingly spying on nonprofit groups they view as potential threats with little fear of retribution

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The Snowden Effect

Results of a Harris Poll released this morning show four out of five people have changed the privacy settings of their social media accounts, and most have made changes in the last six months

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