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Facebook Does Not Want the DEA to be Your Friend

(Oct 2014)

In early October, Sondra Arquiett filed a lawsuit alleging that the Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”) created a fake Facebook account using her name and information. Arquiett was awaiting sentencing for possession of cocaine, for which she would eventually receive probation. According to the lawsuit, the DEA created the account for the purpose of identifying other

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P2P and the (technologically) Illiterate Author

(Oct 2014)

The man who gained fame and fortune by penning novels that tricked millions of readers into thinking lawyers are suave characters that with no writing, research, and or deference to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are able to combat injustice, racism, and corporate greed, has recently apologized for what’s been described as a verbal

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Will new cellphone encryption prevent the FBI from abusing your privacy?

(Oct 2014)

It has been an arduous year for credit card users. Target, Home Depot, and K-Mart all were hacked and had shopper’s credit card information stolen. Fortunately, some of the information was encrypted and thus unusable to the hackers. Their response was to begin encrypting more of the credit card data. It seemed to be a

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