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US and Israel developed Flame Malware against Iran

Unnamed Western officials confirmed that Flame was developed by US and Israeli governments. The United States and Israel jointly developed the Flame computer virus that collected intelligence to help slow Iran’s nuclear program. The massive piece of malware secretly mapped and monitored Iran’s computer networks, sending back a steady stream of intelligence to prepare for a […]

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Why the Senate won’t touch Jamie Dimon

When Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase Bank, appeared before the Senate Banking Committee on June 13, he was wearing cufflinks bearing the presidential seal.  “Was Dimon trying to send any particular message by wearing the presidential cufflinks?” asked CNBC editor John Carney.  “Was he . . . subtly hinting that he’s really the guy in […]

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CISPA sponsor says Obama will sign cybersecurity bill

The White House has gone on the record to say that US President Barack Obama will veto the controversial cybersecurity bill known as CISPA, but the author of the act has his doubts that the commander-in-chief will keep that promise. Congressman Mike Rogers (R-Michigan), one of two US Representatives responsible for introducing the heated Cyber […]

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Congress sides with Monsanto over GMO battle

Biotech giants Monsanto were awarded a victory by lawmakers in Washington this week after a congressional panel voted to let farmers plant genetically modified crops made by the agriculture company despite pending legal proceedings. A committee made up of members of the US House of Representatives agreed on Tuesday this week to allow genetically modified […]

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19 Reasons to Start Preparing for a Global Economic Collapse

Michael Snyder, Contributor Activist Post Yes, it is officially time to start freaking out about the global economy. The European financial system is falling apart and it is going to go down hard. If Europe was going to be saved it would have happened by now. The big money insiders have already pulled their funds from […]

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Assange subject to arrest for breaching bail conditions – Scotland Yard

London police say they are ready to arrest WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for breaching his bail conditions and spending the night in the Ecuador embassy while seeking political asylum in that country. Assange was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Service’s Extradition Unit on December 7, 2010 on a warrant issued by Sweden. He is wanted […]

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The Insects Are Watching: The Future of Government Surveillance

Susanne Posel, Contributor Activist Post In June of 2011, the US military admitted to having drone technology so sophisticated that it could be the size of a bug. In what is referred to as the “microaviary” on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, drones are in development and design to replicate the flight patterns of moths, hawks and other […]

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‘Conspiracy Theorists’ Oppose Planned Government Big Brother Internet Surveillance

Brit Dee, Contributor Activist Post The British home secretary Theresa May has described those opposed to the introduction of hugely intrusive telephone and Internet surveillance measures as “conspiracy theorists”. On Thursday the government will publish in draft form details of a bill called the Communications Capabilities Development Programme (CCDP) which, if passed, will allow the police and intelligence […]

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