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Internet Censorship Increases in Pakistan

There has been increasing evidence of the active role that many governments and states across the world are taking in internet censorship. Over the last few days the Pakistan Government have been facing a dilemma which is affecting many countries. ...

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JJ Abrams Planned Lost Ending From The Start?

According to a press release, apparently from Bad Robot, the production company behind the hit series, Lost, show creator JJ Abrams had planned the final scene from the very start. There is no official word that the release is official, ...

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Anonymous Surfing – No Chance in the UK

If anyone had any vague ideas that what they do online is private then the recently released figures from Google should dispel that myth. Google has released figures based on the following – “Requests from government agencies around the world ...

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Students hail retreat by elite universities

By Lizzie Cocker Students have celebrated a stunning victory after the Russell Group of elite universities bowed to demands for all its submissions to the tuition fees review to be made public. The Aldwych Group, which represents students from the ...

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‘Minority Report’ Technology On The Way

Microsoft’s Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Craig Mundie, has stated that ‘Minority Report’ technology is only three years away. Soon we could see computer technology allow human interaction that can currently only be seen in Hollywood. “The gains that are ...

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Oil Spill Could Cost USA More Than $14 billion

The oil spill heading toward Louisiana from the Deepwater Horizon rig could exceed $14 billion, according to analysts. In the two weeks since the explosion BP has said that it was spending $6 million a day on the clean up ...

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Government caves in to pressure from Bush

The real purpose of George Bush’s visit to London became clear this afternoon, as Des Browne was set to announce more British troops are to be sent to Afghanistan, and Bush and Gordon Brown declared their intention to enforce further ...

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Commons report: British “surveillance society”

QAS | The Commons’ home affairs committee has submitted a report warning of the danger of Britain becoming a surveillance society. The report calls on the government to promise the proposed ID card scheme will not be used to spy ...

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Our Government’s Dirty Little Secrets

By George Galloway | A Government ready to rely on those friends of liberty, the Democratic Unionist party, to shred the liberties of our own people are almost by definition unembarrassable, but I hope this evening to add to the ...

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Change, What Change?

CounterPunch | On Tuesday June 3 Barack Obama claimed the greatest prize the Democratic Party can offer, namely his nomination as its candidate for the presidency. The very next day the salesman of “change” raced from Minnesota back to Washington ...

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