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Patient Deleted from Kidney Transplant List Over Medical Marijuana

AUGUSTA, Maine — A victim in need of a kidney donation may not receive the aid he needs now, after if was discovered that he uses medicinal cannabis. Garry Godfrey

WikiLeaks: CIA Takes Over Your Phone “Factory Fresh” Before You Receive It

March 23, 2017 Wikileaks today continued its Vault 7 leaks exposing the CIA. It turns out that the CIA has had a tool called “NightSkies” since 2008. NightSkies, according to the

Twitter CEO Pressured to Step Down as Studies Show Nearly 15% of Users are Bots

      The essence of propaganda is not to make you believe some proposition, but to make you believe that everybody else believes that proposition. Internet denizens have alleged

Makers of Popular Sex Toy Sued for “Spying” on Users

March 16, 2017 WASHINGTON, DC – Americans were alarmed to learn last week that the CIA can remotely activate the cameras and microphones on smartphones and televisions to watch them

Phone Shields May be a Wise Investment to Guard Against Spying

WASHINGTON, DC | March 9, 2017 State spying used to be called a “conspiracy theory,” but after the release of Vault 7, only the most naive would continue denying its reality. The

The CIA Can Hack Us and Make It Look Like It’s the “Russian Federation”

We are only a few hours into the release of #Vault7 and already there are scandals that may fundamentally restructure the political foundations of our nation. Among them is the

Edward Snowden Hints That the NSA Can Access Your ‘Thoughts & Feelings’

Anon News | Arjun Walia As most of you know, Edward Snowden is the former intelligence contractor who leaked the NSA’s mass surveillance program and discovered some of the most

Sci-Fi Becomes Reality: Autonomous ‘Dragonfly’ Drones Could Soon Be Spying on You

Jake Anderson | The Anti-Media (ANTIMEDIA) It seems DARPA, the ultra-secretive military research agency, may be getting a run for its money when it comes to developing advanced and alarming forms

New “Tiny Home” Communities May Solve the Problem of Homelessness

Kelsey Jakum | Courthouse News Service AUSTIN, Texas (CN) — No longer homeless, the 90 residents of tiny homes just east of Austin’s city limits have a lot to be

New X-Ray Technique Uncovers Hidden Portraits Beneath Famous Paintings

Kristen Gelineau | Courthouse News Service A powerful X-ray technique has unveiled a hidden portrait beneath a famed painting by French impressionist artist Edgar Degas, helping solve a mystery that

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