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Low Income Housing Used For Secret Military Testing

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Does Privacy Even Exist?: The Gap In America’s Privacy Law

According to a ZDNet article entitled: “U.S. Cell Carriers Are Selling Access To Your Real-Time Phone Location Data,” written by Zack Whittaker, America’s top cellphone providers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint) are selling their customers’ location data to privately-owned companies. These private companies have reportedly, in turn, provided the acquired data to the government. The […]

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The Common Lifestyle Habit Among Doctors That Are Killing Patients

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Surveillance Nation: Statistics

• More than 2.5 trillion images are shared or stored on the internet annually. • By 2020, it is estimated that 6.1 billion people will have phones with cameras. • In a single year, approximately 106 million new surveillance cameras are sold. • Worldwide, more than 3 million ATMs have cameras that watch its users. […]

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The Collateral Damage Of Police Terrorism: Erica Garner

Erica Garner is reportedly on life support in a Brooklyn hospital. Erica Garner became a very vocal advocate against police terrorism after her father, Eric Garner, was killed by a NYPD officer who had inexplicably placed him in an illegal chokehold while he helplessly gasped, “I can’t breathe.” After her father’s death, Erica Garner courageously […]

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The “There’s No Such Thing As Racism” Trick

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Neely Fuller Jr.: Don’t Let Them Push Your Buttons

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This Country Was Built By Whom? Who Are The Biggest Victims Of Crime?

“For 246 years our uncompensated labor launched wealthy institutions and private corporate fortunes in America such as Brown University and Fleet Bank, both founded by the Brown brothers, who got their start in American business building slave ships and investing in the slave trade. Cotton made everyone associated with it wealthy- the plantation owners, the […]

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Neely Fuller Jr. On Karmic Recoils

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Neely Fuller On The Importance Of Being On Time

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