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Shout out to . bro
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PropertyOfThePeople Dec 14
We just released new lawsuit docs revealing FBI investigation involving years before previously known. Involves Al Qaeda, troubling civil liberties issues, & likely national security letters. Great coverage by
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FCMedia (New) Dec 9
Your son is a hero at any age -- he CHANGED the world. An honour just to write my gratitude to you for
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Susan Swartz Dec 11
5 years, 11 months. RIP my darling boy.
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Magnus Sälgö Dec 5
nice and one of the early cc0 heroes I guess is also
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Juan⚡️Galt (@Bitcoin) [Jan/3 🔑] 3h
, the only other coin contributed to by the is alive an growing Core Dev Jeremy Rand joins us to discuss the history $ purpose of Namecoin, a concept that Aaron Swartz argued 'Squared Zooko's Triangle'.
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PamelaDrew 22h
tragic escape from unrelenting DoJ torture, unwarranted abuse of power, manufactured crime. Banksters never broke a sweat. Fab film but how JSTOR case began & what was involved 37:30 to 49ish Biella. The horrific tactics & pressure grow to RIP
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Davide W.Zanardi Dec 10
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Apricot Lennon 🐱🥙 Dec 12
I have not forgotten about !!!
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TheoryGang Dec 14
Replying to @ConceptualJames
I wonder what would think.
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Susan Chandler Dec 14
We shouldn't forgive/forget that our government deprived us of , who sought to make information that the public paid to collect accessible to the public. They projected their own vile motives onto , misperceived him as a threat, acted accordingly.
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Thirsty pooch 19h
Replying to @CassandraRules
a real life hero
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Cathryn Leff, LMFT Dec 9
So ridiculous...the public has the right to know the results of publicly funded research! This is an ongoing battle that needs to end UC's battle with the world's largest scientific publisher, the future of information is at stake
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Mr_KNE Dec 12
Replying to @Mr_KNE
Does the US blatantly hack other countries? No. (I believe yes but we never hear about it. We can’t be that good.) We usually find hackers and put them in jail when someone feels they’ve broken some archaic law. Prime example:
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❌kc Dec 12
Replying to @bencasselman
do you remember ?
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Sexy Spider Jerusalem 21h
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PamelaDrew Dec 14
Information about was collected during "Al Qaeda investigation" & retrieved two years later for totally unrelated purposes—a controversial procedure in intelligence gathering commonly referred to as a “backdoor search”
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Thatch 14h
So much for "if you have done nothing wrong you have nothing to worry about" "FBI Documents Reveal New Details on Inquiry" And now our lot want to crack encryption with the Bastards
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Toxic Sludge Is Good For You! 19h
Or, How The Bush/Obama Drove to Suicide. Just another day in the bipartisan ...
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❌ Neige Canadien ❌ 21h
As has stated, basically through abuse of his prosecutorial powers, DESTROYS LIVES! RIP There will be JUSTICE, ! !! via
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