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June 17, 2013 | 11:01 am

2 Sides of NSA Debate: Ellsberg Calls Programs ‘Impeachable Offense’; Feinstein Points to Plots Foiled

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Daniel Ellsberg, the Big Daddy of all government whistleblowers, defended NSA leaker Edward Snowden in an interview with “This Week in Northern California” host Dana King on Friday. Ellsberg lives in Kensington and has been a frequent presence in the Bay Area talking about the need for government transparency as it relates to national security. […]

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7 Links About Google’s Big Privacy Change Today

March 1, 2012 | 12:48 pm

7 Links About Google’s Big Privacy Change Today

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If you haven’t heard by now, today is Privacy-a-geddon, when Google changes its policy so that it can legally look into your soul and cross-reference your secret hopes, dreams, and desires with what you watch on YouTube. Here are some links to freak you out. Or not. Some of you have probably given up on […]

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Mark Zuckerberg’s  Pics Revealed as Glitch Allows Facebook Users to See Private Photos

December 7, 2011 | 11:06 am

Mark Zuckerberg’s Pics Revealed as Glitch Allows Facebook Users to See Private Photos

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You can see Zuckerberg’s private photos here. Mostly embarrassing because they’re so boring. The photos made their way around the world to Zuck-everlasting fans after members on an online bodybuilding forum noticed “a glitch in the system used to report inappropriate images on Facebook,” according to MSNBC. This actually allowed anyone to view anyone else’s […]

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