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Facebook’s New Suicide Detection A.I., Could Put Innocent People Behind Bars

Imagine police knocking on your door because you posted a ‘troubling comment’ on a social media website. Imagine a judge forcing you to be jailed, sorry I meant “hospitalized,” because a computer program found your comment(s) ‘troubling.’ You can stop imagining, this is really happening. A recent TechCrunch article warns that Facebook’s “Proactive Detection” artificial Read More…

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The NSA Built A Secret, Warrantless, Shadow “Social Network” And You’re Already On It

For roughly the last decade and a half, the NSA has been caught in lie after unscrupulous lie. Every time they are caught spying on Americans, the secret agency first denies it — then justifies it. The NSA has now been caught again. And, again, they denied it and are now justifying it. This time, Read More…

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How Politicians Capitalized on the Orlando Shooting to Take Away Your Rights

Politicians now typically respond to major tragedies with an outpouring of … opportunistic agenda-pushing. This disgusting penchant for capitalizing on the public’s grief and fear — evidenced in the nefarious USA PATRIOT Act following the attacks of 9/11 — has, of course, surfaced on multiple fronts after the massacre in Orlando. While the nation mourned Read More…

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Disregarding Privacy, Court Rules Common Cell Surveillance Method is Legal

The court rejected an argument that collecting phone location data without a warrant violates the Fourth Amendment In a show of “complete disregard” for privacy, a federal appellate court on Wednesday ruled that the warrantless collection of cell phone location data is constitutional. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in United States v. Carpenter that Read More…