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"Twitter revolution meets surveillance state"

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License plate readers, false transparency promises, misdirected terrorism resources and more

News you shouldn't miss, in case you did:

Warrantless electronic spying up sharply, records show

Terror Tuesday: “Moral high ground” or slippery slope?

A "suspicious activity reporting" app or a spy app?

Like the West Virginia fusion center before it, the Delaware spy center -- officially the Delaware Information and Analysis Center (DIAC) -- "now offers a mobile app to report suspicious activities in real-time by attaching a photo, sending location information, or entering details about suspicious vehicles or persons," says a press

Video shows journalist John Knefel's arrest at OWS

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Journalist John Knefel was arrested while reporting on the September 17, 2012 Occupy Wall Street anniversary. In the video above, you can see a white shirt NYPD officer pull him off the sidewalk and into the street, where he's arrested.

DHS has a cell phone sniffer? And more technology news

Everyone who attended OWS with a cell phone had their identity logged, says security expert

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What's going on with the New York City subway system?

Contrary to the company's August 13, 2012 claim, evidence suggests that Cubic Corporation, a defense and transportation services company, manages sales of TrapWire to US law enforcement through a McClean, VA based firm, Abraxas Applications.

It's time to end the war on drugs in Massachusetts

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