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Will Robots Replace Human Artists?
In this podcast, we speak with authors John Biggs and B.J. Mendelson on the future of social media and A.I.
Yes, Our Constitution Might Be on the Side of Facebook
In Europe, you have the right to be forgotten. In America, you may only have the right to be remembered.
Ai Weiwei Puts You Under Surveillance at the Armory
Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron stage engagement with omnipresent surveillance.
John Oliver’s Junk — The Edward Snowden Interview
Making the NSA NSFW.
Edward Snowden, Barack Obama and the Surveillance State
Violating our privacy is not protecting Americans.
Is War a Racket? An Honored Marine General Said “Yes!”
Multi-medal Leatherneck Smedley Butler publicly decried the military-industrial complex’s endless war profiteering.
On Privacy, Freedom and Edward Snowden
Changes in technology shouldn't automatically change our rights.
A Threat to Justice Everywhere
They should never see the sun again, and die alone.
Need a Constitution? We’re Not Using This One
Now it is the government that has privacy-and the citizens who have none at all.
American Majority Finally Opposes NSA Surveillance
Jimmy Carter: "America does not at the moment have a functioning democracy."
What Allowing the NSA’s Surveillance Says about You and Me
If we are silent, then we shouldn't be surprised to lose our freedoms.
Surveillance State of the Arts
Welcome to the Panopticon.
None’s Well That’s Orwell
Four major factors showing "1984" is alive and ill in America.
Privacy Takes Another Hit
California initiative uses fear to invade cyberspace privacy.
Justice In America – Endangered?
At home and abroad, we see a growing loss of respect for our once model justice system.
In Russia, One-Minute Protest Brings Two Years in Jail
Pussy Riot, a major art prize nom, sees verdict bring worldwide protests.
Congress: Yea! Drones at Home!…Hold it!…Wait!…
Congress finally questions its law allowing domestic drones.