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Browsers nix add-on after Web of Trust is caught selling users' browsing histories. Users never consented to this.

A browser extension which was found to be harvesting users' browsing histories and selling them to third parties has had its availability pulled from a number of web browsers' add-on repositories. Last week, an investigative report by…
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Valve bans developer from Steam after it sues customers over bad reviews

A game developer has been banned from Steam after users claimed that it had attempted to sue 100 users of the platform for $18 million (£13.8 million)—for the crime of leaving bad reviews. Digital Homicide, which has released dozens…
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Chris Hughes fights the power in Pennsylvania

Chris Hughes is famous among vaping advocates. The former president of the Pennsylvania SFATA chapter has been a whirlwind of activity defending the vape vendors in his state — meeting legislators, recruiting members, raising money,…
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Pottstown parents looking for missing daughter

It’s been over two weeks since Tim and Wendy Murphy last saw their daughter Amanda. After her empty car was found in an area park early Monday morning, the worried parents have started asking for the public’s help in trying to find her. The…
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Julian Assange likely has no idea who hacked the DNC. Says not the Russians

While Democrats took the stage in Philadelphia on Monday and attempted to reconcile differences between Bernie Sanders andHillary Clinton supporters, the internet remained largely focused on the content of more than 20,000 Democratic National…
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Regarding New America and Facts that Don’t Fit Narratives

It’s common knowledge among well-meaning US liberals that “Right wing extremists kill more people in the US than Jihadists!” This bankrupt factoid can be directly attributed to a spate of breathless media coverage of a “study” published…
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A F You to Pennsylvania Vape Users And Businesses - Amend PA HB 1198

Pennsylvania legislators may have just placed the final nail in the coffin of the state’s vaping industry by passing a 40% e-cig tax that threatens over 300 vape shops and small businesses.  The tax was hidden inside a $1.3 billion bailout…
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The people need to take back this country from tyrants.

So, I have been thinking a lot about the things that have been going on in this country. Normally I don't say anything about it, because last thing anyone needs is another opinion to listen to. But, I need to say this...sigh. There is a…
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Putin Warns Journalists of Nuclear War: “I Don’t Know How to Get Through to You People

Vladimir Putin has finally taken the kid gloves off. The Russian president was meeting with foreign journalists at the conclusion of the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum on June 17th, when he left no one in any doubt that…
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Woman streams aftermath of fatal officer-involved shooting

Looking for the video? Down all the way at the bottom. As Philando Castile's head slumps backward while he lies dying next to her, Diamond Reynolds looks into the camera and explains a Minnesota police officer just shot her fiancé four…
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Seattle-Caught Salmon Found To Contain Cocaine, Antidepressants, And Pain Relievers

By Amanda Froelich Salmon is purported to be one of the healthiest foods due to its highomega-3 content, protein, and essential fatty acids; but if the fish is obtained from the Puget Sound, it is anything but healthy. According to…
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Teamviewer Censoring Data Breach

TEAMVIEWER WANTS THE WORLD TO NOT KNOW SPECIFIC DETAILS The breach of TeamViewer was initially reported yesterday afternoon after several reports of breaches were starting to appear online. Although it remains unclear as to how this…
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Big Pharma Exposed for Knowingly Causing Opioid Epidemic, Ushering in a Heroin Nightmare

Big Pharma created the legal opiate addiction epidemic and its outgrowth, rampant heroin abuse, because pharmaceutical corporations’ own addiction to profit arguably trumps any concern it may have had for patients. Though the accusation…
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Cops deploy StingRay anti-terror tech against $50 chicken-wing thief

Police in Maryland, US, used controversial cellphone-tracking technology intended only for the most serious crimes to track down a man who stole $50 of chicken wings. Police in Annapolis – an hour's drive from the heart of government…
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This disease has killed a million trees in California, and scientists say it’s basically unstoppable

Healthy forests are especially important at a time of climate change — they’re an incredible tool to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Dead forests, on the other hand, can light the spark for wildfires, which are already showing…