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Yasha Levine

  1. Google apparently scrubs military contractor partner listing, after Pando report

    On Wednesday, I wrote about Google partnering up with various military contractors, private intelligence firms and scary mercenary outfits to hard-sell Google apps to the military-industrial complex.

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  2. Google distances itself from the Pentagon, stays in bed with mercenaries and intelligence contractors

    "The United States government spends about $80 billion a year on information technology, making it the largest consumer of technology projects in the world." —New York Times With all the hubbub about NSA spying, Google’s PR people really want you to know how separate the company is from America's military-industrial complex.

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  3. Putin ramps up Internet censorship, citing Google and Snowden to ensure public support

    The ongoing conflict between Russia, Ukraine and the West has unleashed some very dark latent fascist forces -- not just on the ground, but also in cyberspace.

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  4. Oakland emails give another glimpse into the Google-Military-Surveillance Complex

    OAKLAND—On February 18, several hundred privacy, labor, civil rights activists and Black Bloc anarchists packed Oakland's city hall. They were there to protest the construction of a citywide surveillance center that would turn a firehouse in downtown Oakland into a high-tech intelligence hub straight outta Mission Impossible.

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  5. Ro Khanna: Silicon Valley's own(ed) man

    SAN FRANCISCO—There's a political fight brewing in the heart of Silicon Valley, pitting old school liberal Congressman Mike Honda against a young tech-backed candidate who's gunning for the elderly man's Congressional seat.

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  7. Occupy Wall Street leader now works for Google, wants to crowdfund a private militia

    Remember Justine Tunney? The OWS-anarchist-turned-cultist-Google-employee who bashed my reporting on Google's for-profit surveillance? Well, today she hit the big time.

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  8. Surveillance Valley has put a billion bugs in a billion pockets

    "A mobile phone has eyes, ears, a skin, and knows your location. Eyes, because you never see one that doesn't have a camera. Ears, because they all have microphones. Skin because a lot of these devices are touch screens. And GPS allows you to know your location."

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