Mike Masnick | It’s good to see a court make such a clear statement on the fact that blogs will often qualify as media properties.
Zenon Evans | Do you want to be the Nancy Drew of Venice Beach?
Mac Slavo | Going postal just took on a whole new meaning.
Tech Dirt | Another FOIA lawsuit brought against the government by the EFF has resulted in the release of previously withheld documents.
Steve Watson | Privacy group warns “even if you have never been arrested you could be implicated as a criminal suspect”.
Mikael Thalen | Agency that lists military veterans as number one terror threat setting up school curriculum.
Tech Dirt | Senator Grassley asked the FBI for copies of its training manual on the program, which it refused to give him.
Business Insider | Google will likely use drones for imagery.
The Guardian | Guerrilla graffiti artist believed to be behind artwork which appeared on side of house in Cheltenham.
London Guardian | Why aren’t internet companies like Facebook and Google doing more to stop it?
Mashable | ..and regularly used it to gather intelligence.
EFF.org | It would be very bad news if these stories were true..
Washington’s Blog | Labels Attempt to Thwart NSA Spying “Draconian”.
JENNIFER EPSTEIN | Obama paid tribute Lyndon B. Johnson and his role in expanding civil rights.
Chris Gayomali | It is now illegal for the French workforce to tend to business once it’s time to eat dinner.
RT | Companies that provide WiFi on US domestic flights are handing over their data to the NSA.
John Stossel | While freedom lovers complain about the Byzantine complexity of the tax code, the politically connected tout their special breaks.
Lucy Steigerwald | DEA boss reaffirmed her commitment to stopping the movement for legal marijuana from going any further.
Infowars.com | It is not a crime when government does it.
Adan Salazar | There is a war on for your child’s mind every time you set down the cereal aisle.
Caroline May | Tax Freedom Day falls 111 days into 2014, on April 21.
U.S. News & World Report | Klayman wanted to take the case straight to the Supreme Court.
Matt McCaffrey | Socialist states are fundamentally irrational. They not only destroy economies; they destroy society itself.
ACLU | We have the technology to build a total surveillance society.
Reuters | Surprise, surprise.
National Review Online | Nation’s highest court creeps towards 1984.
Mike Masnick | Snowden revelations aren’t just being followed by security-obsessed techies.
Ben Webster | Likened climate sceptics to the Monster Raving Loony Party.
The Baffer | When it comes to the NSA, nothing is your own except the few cubic inches inside your skull.
USA Today | Americans now less likely to shop on-line.
Thomas DiLorenzo | “They” are the neocons who run the Republican Party.
ZDNet | Clapper finally tells the truth for once.
Daniel Taylor | This is only the beginning of an Orwellian, Minority Report future.
Zenon Evans | Government doesn’t trust your ability to not maim Little Billy or Grandpa.
Tech Dirt | In a profile by the LA Times of retired NSA boss Keith Alexander, he admits to the depth of the NSA’s surveillance capabilities in Iraq.
Susan Jones | Cesar Chavez on March 31 and Fred Korematsu on Jan. 30.
Mark Crovelli | Earn money, not for yourself or your family, but for the Ukrainian junta and the U.S. Postal Service.
Spiegel Online | Agencies also collected information on German chancellor for special database.
Defense One | The legacy of Total Information Awareness continues to thrive at the NSA.
Adan Salazar | Eye tracking device would translate eyeball motions into on-screen movement.
Pennlive.com | Police cameras can pan, zoom and recall footage.
Kit Daniels | Insurance tracking device records route driven by the policyholder.
Fox 59 | A family claims they are being terrorized by their cable box. For more than a week, personal and harassing messages are showing up on their TVs.
Tech Dirt | President’s proposal raises numerous questions and seems entirely focused on just one problem of the NSA’s surveillance capabilities.
CNN | Paul tweets what the President should say to the pope.
RT | British secret services wanted to end newspaper.
AFP | Russians are now shying away from American technology products and providers.
The Daily Caller | A second grader’s answers to a Common Core-aligned math worksheet were marked as incorrect because they weren’t “friendly” enough.
Washington’s Blog | NSA spying is costing the U.S. tech industry tens of billions of dollars.
Phillip W. Magness | Dispute in Senate became the impetus for the D.C. Emancipation Act in April 1862.