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US trade commission ends Google probe

By Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Washington and Richard Waters in San Francisco Published: October 27 2010 17:37 | Last updated: October 27 2010 19:09 The top US consumer protection agency has dropped an inquiry into data collection breaches by Google, even as regulators in Europe and Canada have stepped up their …

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Conway Coverup: Rand Paul Opponent Involved in Obstruction of Justice

Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com October 27, 2010 Forget the corporate media dust-up over a Rand Paul supporter attacking a MoveOn.org activist. That incident pales in comparison to a story about the brother of Paul’s opponent in the race for Kentucky’s Senate seat, Jack Conway. Jack Conway and his supporters are involved …

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New Footage Implodes 9/11 Cover-up

Steve Watson Infowars.com Wednesday, Oct 27th, 2010 An intriguing video has appeared on You Tube that appears to show a FDNY film crew being interviewed in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks by the the director of the FBI’s New York office, who has suspicions that one of the World …

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Google 2.4% Rate Shows How $60 Billion Lost to Tax Loopholes

Google Inc. cut its taxes by $3.1 billion in the last three years using a technique that moves most of its foreign profits through Ireland and the Netherlands to Bermuda. Google’s income shifting — involving strategies known to lawyers as the “Double Irish” and the “Dutch Sandwich” — helped reduce …

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G20 inks pact to avert trade war

By David Lawder and Yoo Choonsik GYEONGJU, South Korea | Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:45am EDT GYEONGJU, South Korea (Reuters) – The Group of 20 major economies agreed on Saturday to shun competitive currency devaluations but stopped short of setting targets to reduce trade imbalances that are clouding global growth …

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U.S. Says Military Can Respond to Domestic Cyberthreats

By THOM SHANKER WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has adopted new procedures for using the Defense Department’s vast array of cyberwarfare capabilities in case of an attack on vital computer networks inside the United States, delicately navigating historic rules that restrict military action on American soil. The system would mirror …

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How propaganda is disseminated: WikiLeaks Edition – Glenn Greenwald – Salon.com

This is how the U.S. government and American media jointly disseminate propaganda: in the immediate wake of some newsworthy War on Terror event, U.S. Government officials (usually anonymous) make wild and reckless — though unverifiable — claims. The U.S. media mindlessly trumpets them around the world without question or challenge. …

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Coder for CIA: Drone Targeting Software ‘Far From Ready’

Still wondering if Facebook is a ripoff of ConnectU? That’s nothing. Software firms that developed the targeting systems of the CIA’s terrorist-killing Predator drones are locked in their own intellectual property battle. Their court case has at least an outside chance of halting a program the agency, the White House, …

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WikiLeaks: Funding blocked after blacklisting

Whistle-blower WikiLeaks says its funding has been blocked and it has been targeted for financial warfare by the federal government, The Guardian, a British news organization, reported. Moneybookers, an Internet payment company registered in the United Kingdom that collects WikiLeaks donations, e-mailed WikiLeaks to say that it had shut down …

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Bernanke says Fed ready to further stimulate the economy – latimes.com

The Fed chairman suggests creating a program of buying U.S. Treasury bonds in an effort to drive down long-term interest rates. Still, it’s unknown how and when the central bank will take action. By Don Lee, Los Angeles Times October 15, 2010|7:34 a.m. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke on …

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Juvenile jail chief worried about ‘dirt bag’ workers

October 13, 2010 BY LISA DONOVAN Cook County Reporter [email protected] The head of Cook County’s juvenile jail has sent a 911 letter to Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis, concerned troubled staffers at the West Side youth facility will make good on violent threats against bosses as layoffs loom there. The …

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Government Prepares To Seize Private Pensions

Massive wealth confiscation program would replace 401(k) system with Social Security-run ponzi scheme Paul Joseph Watson Tuesday, October 12, 2010 The government is preparing to seize the private 401(k) pensions of millions of Americans while enforcing an additional 5 per cent payroll tax as part of a new bailout program …

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Another Reason I Stopped Reading the Chicago Sun-Times (and you should too)

I had stopped buying the Chicago Sun-Times every day a few years ago. I had become so annoyed with the reasoning behind their endorsement picks, their misleading headlines, their injection of opinion into news stories, and statements so incorrect that an intelligent reader would believe their editorial board were high-ranking …

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Government Licensing Internet

Microsoft Proposal Opens Door For Government Licensing To Access Internet State should have power to block individual computers from connecting to world wide web, claims Charney A new proposal by a top Microsoft executive would open the door for government licensing to access the Internet, with authorities being empowered to …

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