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  • The College Board Pushes To Make Computer Science a High School Graduation Requirement
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  • SpaceX's internet satellites to beam down 'Hello world' from orbit
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  • Fifteen new devices from Technoethical now RYF-certified to respect your freedom
  • SecureDrop and Alexandre Oliva are 2016 Free Software Awards winners
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  • Companies Must Be Accountable to All Users: The Story of Egyptian Activist Wael Abbas
  • We Don’t Need New Laws for Faked Videos, We Already Have Them
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  • Oregon Steps Up to the Plate on Network Neutrality This Month
  • The CLOUD Act: A Dangerous Expansion of Police Snooping on Cross-Border Data
  • IPR Process Saves 80 Companies From Paying For a Sports-Motion Patent
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  • Newly Released Surveillance Orders Show That Even with Individualized Court Oversight, Spying Powers Are Misused
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  • Startup Won't Give In to Motivational Health Messaging's $35,000 Patent Demand
  • Twilio Demonstrates Why Courts Should Review Every National Security Letter
  • Fair Use Overcomes Chrysler's Bogus Copyright Notice
  • BMG v. Cox: ISPs Can Make Their Own Repeat-Infringer Policies, But the Fourth Circuit Wants A Higher "Body Count"
  • Keep Border Spy Tech Out of Dreamer Protection Bills
  • Georgia Must Block This Flawed Computer Crime Bill
  • Federal Appeals Court Misses Opportunity to Rule that Section 230 Bars Claims Against Online Platforms for Hosting Terrorist Content
  • You Can Call the Super Bowl the "Super Bowl"
  • Catalog of Missing Devices Illustrates Gadgets that Could and Should Exist
  • The Hypocrisy of AT&T’s “Internet Bill of Rights”
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  • The State of the Union: What Wasn’t Said
  • EFF Asks California Court to Reverse Ruling That Could Weaken Open Records Rules, Impede Public Access to Government Records
  • California’s Senate Misfires on Network Neutrality, Ignores Viable Options
  • Stupid Patent of the Month: Bigger Screen Patent Highlights a Bigger Problem
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  • California Senate Rejects License Plate Privacy Shield Bill
  • Code Review Isn't Evil. Security Through Obscurity Is.
  • Private Censorship Is Not the Best Way to Fight Hate or Defend Democracy: Here Are Some Better Ideas
  • ETICAS Releases First Ever Evaluations of Spanish Internet Companies' Privacy and Transparency Practices
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  • UN Security Council unanimously adopts resolution on Syria ceasefire
  • Rare ‘1-in-a-million’ Yellow Cardinal spotted in Alabama (PHOTOS)
  • China slams new US sanctions ‘harming cooperation' on N. Korea
  • Sweden eyes doubling military budget by 2035, citing Russian bogeyman
  • Apple loses bid to ban protests by French tax campaign group at its stores
  • Piste off police: Canadian skier arrested for drunken car theft at Winter Olympics
  • Mane attraction: Zoo baffled after 18yo lioness mysteriously acquires male hair
  • ‘I have 2 wives’: Duterte jokingly seeks raise in salary
  • Man arrested on suspicion of murdering Filipina maid & storing body in freezer
  • German grannies first: Backlash after food charity temporarily bans foreigners
  • India: 9 schoolchildren killed in hit-and-run accident
  • Art piece of ‘Turkish Dictator’ Erdogan with banana in buttocks removed from German fair
  • 'Moment of humility’: 21 Red Cross workers sacked or resigned over paying for sex
  • ‘Art is not a crime’: Hundreds protest jailing of Spanish rapper for ‘insulting’ king (VIDEO)
  • NRA gives FCC chair Pai the ‘Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award’
  • Cryptocurrencies pose serious threat to Bank of America according to its SEC filings
  • High-ranking Chinese politician probed for illegal activities & ‘huge profits’
  • Romantic robbery: Bank employee embezzles $5.4 million for lover & his brothers
  • #BoycottFacebook: Social media giant criticized for ‘tone deaf’ VR shooter game at CPAC
  • US ‘destroying grounds for peace’ with Jerusalem embassy move in May – Ankara
  • String of deadly attacks in Afghanistan kills at least 24 people, incl. 20 soldiers (VIDEO)
  • German journalist questions Norway’s Olympic success over possible ‘asthma meds abuse’
  • Assange release unlikely as Ecuador says UK unwilling to mediate
  • ‘Serious’ Russian influence: Ex-UKIP leader Farage admits to Russian (vodka) connection
  • Somalia: Up to 38 killed in car bomb attacks in Mogadishu
  • Russians win Olympic silver and bronze in 50km mass start cross-country skiing
  • Ukraine’s new law on Donbass legalizes use of army against civilians – Moscow
  • Sexual abuse & rape claims by children from Russian orphanage trigger probe
  • Russian bobsledder Sergeeva disqualified for doping, results at Olympics annulled – CAS
  • Two killed in shooting at top Mexican university
  • Suicide bomber kills one, injures at least 6 in Kabul diplomatic area
  • Newly invented eyedrops could replace glasses altogether
  • Seoul defies WTO ruling, vows to keep ban on Japan’s Fukushima seafood
  • Blockchain will fuel next oil boom – here’s why
  • Demand for oil to peak in next 20 years, BP says
  • China to topple United States as biggest nuclear-energy nation
  • Digital immortality? Funeral agency wants to ‘revive’ the dead in AI chatbot project
  • Philippines summons US envoy to clarify ‘threat to democracy’ black mark on Duterte
  • UN Security Council to vote on Syria East Ghouta ceasefire resolution Saturday
  • Earth’s first artists? Oldest known cave paintings created by ‘sophisticated’ Neanderthals (VIDEO)
  • Teachers with guns? RT debates possible ‘militarization’ of US schools after Florida shooting
  • 1 in 8 French women has been raped, survey reveals
  • ‘Get ISIS and go home’: Trump bucks Pentagon & State Dept. on ultimate US goal in Syria
  • ‘They had it in for us’: Spartak official says fan clashes at Bilbao match were ‘self-defense’
  • History of violence: Sheriff releases calls about Florida school shooter
  • Florida Governor bans bump stocks, wants to raise age limit for buying guns
  • German prisons may face ‘wave of extremists’, state justice minister warns
  • S&P raises Russia’s rating to investment grade, Fitch sees positive outlook
  • 'You sure he’s a conservative?' 9 best ad-libs from Trump’s CPAC speech
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  • Car crashes into barrier outside White House, female driver arrested
  • 'Circus-like atmosphere': Ex-Trump aide Gates pleads guilty after new Mueller indictment
  • British-Iranian prisoner’s release depends on £400mn arms deal debt row, claims husband
  • If sanctions on North Korea won’t work, we’ll go to ‘Phase Two’ – Trump
  • In CPAC speech, Trump baldly goes where no president has gone before
  • Mixed-race girl to portray Joan of Arc draws abuse online, France launches investigation
  • Palestinian who died after beating by Israeli troops 'may have died from tear-gas inhalation' – IDF
  • #StopNRAmazon: Gun control activists target Bezos platform for streaming NRATV
  • US to open new embassy in Jerusalem in May - State Department
  • President Trump mocks ‘fake news media’ as protester crashes CPAC speech
  • ‘Treated like animals’: Yarl’s Wood detainees starve themselves to protest ‘inhumane’ detention
  • Watch it here! Mainstream media refuses airtime to Corbyn’s anti-press rant (RANT INCLUDED)
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  • ‘Publicly hang & slice him to death’: S. Korean MPs want North’s delegate killed
  • #ICYMI: 2018 Winter Olympic Shames – here’s what went on in S. Korea, apart from sliding (VIDEO)
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  • Ex-defense sec labels Russia, China “murderous regimes” – but George Galloway is having none of it
  • Time to make schools harder target for attackers -Trump at CPAC
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  • UK plans to increase migrant numbers as home secretary vows to open borders
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  • Trump mega-donor Sheldon Adelson may bankroll US embassy’s Jerusalem move
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  • ‘I regret nothing. I did everything I could’ – Evgenia Medvedeva on her silver medal in PyeongChang
  • Nikki Haley says Israel won’t ‘love’ peace plan drafted by pro-Israel Trump advisers
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  • Indian state offers free breast implants, hand transplants for the poor
  • ‘No adequate veins’ for injection: Cancer-hit inmate’s execution halted in Alabama
  • 'Dirtiest slur in 50 years’: Fuming John Prescott slams Tory’s Corbyn spy-claim tweet
  • Physical evidence prophet Isaiah existed discovered in Jerusalem
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  • Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva tests positive for banned heart drug
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  • Secret SpaceX satellites: Musk seals years-long mission to place Starlink in orbit (VIDEO)
  • Former German priest jailed for 108 counts of child sex abuse
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  • Chinese Ambassador pledges support for Sierra Leone’s local industrialization
  • EU net migration to UK continues downward
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  • How China’s Economic Success Contributes to Caribbean Prosperity
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  • Top DPRK leader invites S.Korean president to visit Pyongyang
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  • Kim Jong Un supervises over military parade to mark army founding
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  • Belt and Road brings opportunities to all participants: Pakistani employee of Chinese firm
  • DPRK gives high-profile seeing off for art troupe to Olympics
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  • Moscow battles to fight record snowfall
  • Military helicopter crashes near school in SW Japan
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  • Italians stage protests in violence-marred election campaign
  • Italians stage protests in violence-marred election campaign
  • Italians demonstrated Saturday against racism, revivals of fascism, labor reforms, mandatory vaccines and other hotly-debated issues, at some points clashing with police, as antagonism flared between far-left and far-right activists in a violence-marred election campaign.
  • Prestigious U.S. colleges won't reject students who protest guns
  • Prestigious U.S. colleges won't reject students who protest guns
  • Dozens of U.S. colleges and universities, including at least three Ivy League schools, have said their application processes will not consider the disciplinary action taken against high school students who protested last week's massacre at a Florida school.
  • Dozens killed, wounded in Daesh double bombing in Aden
  • Dozens killed, wounded in Daesh Aden bombing
  • Daesh (ISIS) claimed responsibility for a double suicide car bombing in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden Saturday that witnesses and local medics said killed and wounded dozens.
  • Female Nobel laureates in Bangladesh to meet Rohingya women
  • Female Nobel laureates in Bangladesh to meet Rohingya women
  • Three female Nobel Peace laureates began a weeklong trip to Bangladesh on Saturday to meet Rohingya Muslim women who were tortured and raped by soldiers in Myanmar before fleeing the country.
  • Egypt uncovers ancient necropolis south of Cairo
  • Egypt uncovers ancient necropolis south of Cairo
  • Egyptian archaeologists have discovered an ancient necropolis containing 40 stone sarcophagi, about 1,000 small statues and a necklace charm bearing the hieroglyphic inscription "happy new year".
  • Canadian athlete charged with stealing car: S.Korean police
  • Canadian athlete charged with stealing car: S.Korean police
  • Canadian skier David Duncan was arrested on charges of stealing a car in South Korea, where he was competing at the Winter Olympics, officials and Canadian media said Saturday.
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  • Nasrallah: Baalbeck-Hermel is electoral focus
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  • Donald Trump Tells Media Not To Give Protester Who Interrupted His CPAC Speech a Headline
  • Teen Confronts DCCC-Endorsed Candidate Over His 100 Percent NRA Rating
  • In a First, U.S. Senator Demands Government Oversight of Predatory “Loot Boxes” in Video Games
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  • Oxycontin Maker Quietly Worked to Weaken Legal Doctrine That Could Lead to Jail Time for Executives
  • Confidential ICE Handbook Lays Out Paths for Investigators to Avoid Constitutional Challenges
  • Lawsuit Reveals How Paid Expert Helped 3M “Command the Science” on Dangerous Chemicals
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  • DCCC Goes Nuclear, Slams Democratic Candidate as Corrupt for Same Behavior It Engages in Regularly
  • Trump Blames Gun-Free Zones for School Shootings, Echoing Myth Spread by NRA
  • Civilian Casualties Soared in Iraq and Syria in 2017. Was Trump’s Bloodthirsty Rhetoric to Blame?
  • “Black Panther” Is Inspiring Black Brazilians to Occupy Elite, White Shopping Malls
  • Ohio Governor’s Race Turns to Gun Control, Assault Weapons Debate
  • The NCAA Says Student-Athletes Shouldn’t Be Paid Because the 13th Amendment Allows Unpaid Prison Labor
  • Betsy DeVos Is Helping Puerto Rico Re-Imagine Its Public School System. That Has People Deeply Worried.
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