Nomads of the Digital Age

Governments, militaries, corporations, banks: They all stand to lose the control they exert over society when information they suppress runs free. Yet some of the most ardent advocates for the free Internet have become targets of these very institutions, forced to live on the run, in exile or, in some...

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American Exceptionalism

Two young men, both of whom were deployed by Obama as part of the exceptionally American occupation of Afghanistan, and the vast global NSA surveillance, have been in the news this week. Their words speak more truth about American exceptionalism than Obama ever will.

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The Double Life of Dianne Feinstein

Now outraged that the CIA may have spied on her committee's work, this is the same senator who could not empathize with Americans upset at the revelations in the Snowden documents of millions of citizens whose personal data has been accessed by the NSA

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The Double Life of Dianne Feinstein

Now outraged that the CIA may have spied on her committee's work, this is the same senator who could not empathize with Americans upset at the revelations in the Snowden documents of millions of citizens whose personal data has been accessed by the NSA.

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