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#INN’s 2013 Person of the Year: Edward Snowden

He pulled off the year’s most spectacular heist. Exiled from his country, the 30-year-old computer whiz has become the doomsayer of the information age

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Thousands of Fukushima Refugees Forgotten

Over two years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated areas in and around the Japanese city of Fukushima, many residents have been left to live in impromptu residential camps with no hope of returning to their previous ways of life

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America’s True Horror Story

America is a country that is now utterly divided when it comes to its society, its economy, its politics. There are definitely two Americas

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Internet Giants Demand Surveillance Reform

AOL, Twitter, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple and LinkedIn to call for reforms to restore the public’s trust in the internet

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White House Seeks Radical New Political Powers for Corporations

The Obama administration appears to have almost no international support for controversial new trade standards that would grant radical new political powers to corporations

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Homelessness Kept Quiet

She wakes to the sound of breathing. The smaller children lie tangled beside her, their chests rising and falling under winter coats and wool blankets

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NSA Tracks Billions of Cell-Phone Locations Daily

The National Security Agency is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world

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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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U.K. Tries to Silence The Guardian

British police have launched an investigation into whether the Guardian committed “potential” terrorism offenses by publishing the incriminating NSA and GCHQ documents leaked earlier this year by Edward Snowden

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