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REPORT: Filthy Filner Deal Reached, Seen Loading Boxes into SUV

After three days of negotiation and mediation, city officials announced that a proposed agreement was reached about Mayor Filner.  On the table is Filner's resignation in exchange for some kind of financial assistance from the city for his legal bills and possible judgements from at least one sexual harassment lawsuit filed against him.  Aug 22, 2013 5:23 AM PT

NSA Snooping Costs Obama Youth Vote

According to a new poll, the National Security Agency's controversial surveillance programs are costing Obama the youth vote. Since Edward Snowden revealed the NSA snooping dragnet, there has a been a "double digit drop" in Obama's approval rating among younger voters.   Aug 21, 2013 3:10 AM PT

Obama Asks SCOTUS for Warrantless Cellphone Searches

Last week, the Obama administration asked the Supreme Court to rule that the Fourth Amendment allows for warrentless cell phone searches.  The adminstration filed a petition asking the SCOTUS to hear a 2007 case in which information was retrieved from a cell phone that was used to obtain evidence against the defendant.  Aug 20, 2013 4:22 AM PT

WH Tried to Interfere with WaPo's NSA Story

The Washington Post's article detailing the fourth amendment abuses by the NSA got some pushback from the adminstration who attempted to "edit" the article before publication.   The internal audit referenced in the article was obtained by the WaPo from Edward Snowden.  The details of the audit indicated repeated and growing privacy violations by the NSA, violations which included obtaining thousands of American citizen's communications records and using methods of information collection that were later deemed unconstitutional by a court.  Aug 16, 2013 11:00 AM PT

Visit from Feds Has Two Email Providers Closing Shop

Last Thursday, Texas based email provider Lavabit suddenly shut down their encrypted email service, leaving behind a message for its customers on the company's website.  The owner of Lavabit, Ladar Levinson, intimated that the company had received a secret search order from the government and shut his business down to avoid being "complicit in crimes against the American people."  The service was reportedly used by Edward Snowden.  Aug 13, 2013 3:40 AM PT


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