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Here’s What Happened at Barrett Brown’s Gag Hearing

I was inside the Dallas, Texas, courtroom yesterday when Judge Sam Lindsay ruled that a media gag order would go into effect on Barrett Brown's trial. In my opinion, the prosecution failed to present evidence that supported the necessity of such an...
Dell Cameron
9.5.13
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Interview With an American Shot and Arrested in Egypt

This year an Egyptian-American named Mohamed Soltan left the United States to join protesters in Egypt who opposed the military coup that ousted Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood-backed and first democratically elected president. On Tuesday...
Dell Cameron
8.31.13
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A New Media Shield Law Would Only Shield Corporate Media

Americans have witnessed a barrage of government scandals regarding the extension of their surveillance powers. Following whistleblower Edward Snowden's revelations, our right to privacy has taken center stage, giving rise to further argument and...
Dell Cameron
8.22.13
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Yes, the NSA Can Spy on Every US Citizen

We've learned from investigations that the NSA and FBI have direct access to the servers of numerous tech-industry giants including Google, Facebook, and Apple through the use of PRISM—a program that enables intelligence analysts to intercept any form...
Dell Cameron
6.10.13
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Speaking with Adam Kokesh, Before He Was Detained by the Feds

Kokesh is an Iraq War veteran and the guy trying to organize an armed march in Washington, DC. On Saturday he was arrested at a Smoke Down Prohibition rally, and is currently being held in federal custody. I spoke to him about his march and other stuff...
Dell Cameron
5.23.13
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Anonymous Taught Twitter About the Rohingya Genocide

Yesterday, for a few hours at least, the plight of a small indigenous people was given center stage on Twitter. The Rohingya people—inhabitants of Burma, known officially as the Republic of the Union of Myanmar—were recognized by several thousand...
Dell Cameron
3.25.13
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Anonymous Hacked Bank of America

A massive amount of data allegedly belonging to Bank of America was leaked by Anonymous this week. It seems to indicate that the bank is spying on the hacktivists.
Dell Cameron
2.28.13