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Nathaniel Mott

  1. The government still takes threats against its own more seriously than threats against normal citizens

    The government wants to learn the identities of six people who threatened violence against Katherine Forrest -- the judge who presided over the Silk Road case in New York -- inside the comments section of Reason magazine's website.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

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  2. United States of Surveillance: FBI pushes for access to secure messaging services

    The FBI isn't giving up on its efforts to undermine secure messaging services.

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  3. Apple shows convenience doesn't always undermine privacy

    Apple wants to convince its customers that they can trust it with their data.

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    From the News desk

  4. Facebook curbs inmate censorship, but still hides cooperation with prison officials

    Facebook is now requiring prison officials to explain how allowing an inmate to access the social network breaks the law, or at least represents a risk to society, instead of merely suspending the inmates' account whenever officials ask it to.

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  5. Amazon's advertising on its delivery boxes, and the only question is, what took so long?

    Amazon has partnered with Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment to include the eponymous characters from the upcoming "Minions" film on the outside of its cardboard shipping boxes.

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  6. The case against student discounts

    Offering discounts to college students is stupid.

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  7. Snowden documents show how the NSA expanded domestic spying -- and shared this data with the FBI

    Documents shared by Edward Snowden have shown that the United States expanded the National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance programs in 2012 to allow it to gather information related to cyberattacks and other crimes.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

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  8. Twitter is right to sever ties with Politwoops

    Twitter is being roundly criticized for preventing the Sunlight Foundation from using its developer API to gather deleted tweets from hundreds of politicians. It shouldn't be -- instead, it should be celebrated for defending its users' privacy.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

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