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How Spy Agencies Plan to Solve Their Racism Problem

Prompted by Snowden leaks, the office of the director of national intelligence is attempting damage control by pledging to promote "diversity and tolerance."

On Net Neutrality, Verizon Leads Push for 'Fast Lanes'

The company wants to charge websites for faster access to customers. 

 

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One Congressman’s Crusade to Save the World From Killer Robots

Robots could one day keep troops out of combat, but opponents say deploying them will have dangerous consequences.

Religious Group Demands NSA Documents in Ethnic-Slur Probe

A new FOIA request is just the latest fallout of the Snowden leaks.

Snowden: NSA Employees Are Passing Around Nude Photos

"Regardless of what happens, if I end up in chains in Guantanamo, I can live with that," the 31-year-old former NSA contractor said.

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How Spy Agencies Plan to Solve Their Racism Problem

Prompted by Snowden leaks, the office of the director of national intelligence is attempting damage control by pledging to promote "diversity and tolerance."

On Net Neutrality, Verizon Leads Push for 'Fast Lanes'

The company wants to charge websites for faster access to customers. 

 

How Far Can Political Technology Reach?

Digital tools are becoming more and more central to the process of winning your vote. Just how far can technology reach?

One Congressman’s Crusade to Save the World From Killer Robots

Robots could one day keep troops out of combat, but opponents say deploying them will have dangerous consequences.

Religious Group Demands NSA Documents in Ethnic-Slur Probe

A new FOIA request is just the latest fallout of the Snowden leaks.

Snowden: NSA Employees Are Passing Around Nude Photos

"Regardless of what happens, if I end up in chains in Guantanamo, I can live with that," the 31-year-old former NSA contractor said.

What You Need to Know About the Malaysian Plane Crash in Ukraine

A Malaysian passenger plane carrying 295 on board has crashed in Ukraine near the border with Russia. 

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