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Alfredo Lopez is a member of the This Can't Be Happening on-line publication collective where he covers technology and Co-Chair of the Leadership Committee of May First/People Link.

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Bernie Sanders at Tindley Temple Chapel in Phila, From ImagesAttr

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       Thursday, April 28, 2016
Where the Bern is Fizzling How to reach voters of color is a critical problem that continues to plague Bernie Sanders' campaign.
Ellen Pao at Reddit Offices, From ImagesAttr

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       Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Ellen Pao's Resignation from Reddit Elle Pao's resignation from Reddit may mean more for the Internet than a mere corporate shake-up.
Barbie: Ready for Duty!, From ImagesAttr

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       Monday, March 16, 2015
Barbie the Spy! Has the police state invaded our childrens' play rooms? The ubiquitous Barbie doll is now an information-gathering device.
The flag we should be flying!, From ImagesAttr

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       Friday, December 26, 2014
"Gagged" by the Government: a Police-State Story For three months, the author was under subpoena, not allowed to tell anyone and not allowed to tell anyone he didn't tell them.
Ahmad (left) and Fattah: profiles in principle and courage, From ImagesAttr

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       Thursday, July 3, 2014
In Egypt and Pakistan: Profiles in Courage and Repression As bad as things get for our movement in this country, we are not yet feeling the full throttle of repression and, if one needs a reminder of that and perhaps a profile of what's in store for us if we don't organize now, the situation facing Internet activists in the Middle East provides it.
Free Press's 'take' on the Net Neutrality Situation, From ImagesAttr

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       Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Companies Scuffle with the FCC on Net Neutrality A minor dispute between companies and the FCC over Net Neutrality could give some space to a more meaningful debate and more powerful movement.
This poster says it all!, From ImagesAttr

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       Friday, January 31, 2014
The Federal Court Trashes Net Neutrality... and the Internet The federal courts have now destroyed net neutrality as the operative principle on the Internet. Maybe it's time to take the Internet back from private corporations.
In my case, it hurt pretty bad, From ImagesAttr

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       Thursday, December 19, 2013
My Experience with Obama(doesn't)care Obamacare improves the lives of lots of people but some of us are left out and that exposes what it's really about: a bail-out of the insurance and health-care industries.
The Hero: Jeremy Hammond, From ImagesAttr

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       Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The Hero and the Villains: the Jeremy Hammond Sentence The Jeremy Hammond case is about repression, entrapment, and the use of Internet activists to unwittingly spy on the rest of the world. Hammond is jailed but the criminal is the U.S. government.
The NSA diagram for Google interception: note the smiley!, From ImagesAttr

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       Tuesday, November 5, 2013
NSA Intercepted Data from Google and Yahoo Servers; Monitors Nearly Everyone's Internet Use The recent revelations demonstrate that the NSA surveillance isn't just spying, it's dangerous and potentially repressive government gangsterism.
Richard Stallman and the Acrobat logo, From ImagesAttr

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       Friday, October 11, 2013
Stallman, FOSS and the Adobe Nightmare Adobe's embarrassing super-security failure is about more than its security. It's about whether software is free and open-source and why so much of it is not.
A Pro-Neutrality Demo: The Slogan Says It All, From ImagesAttr

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       Saturday, September 21, 2013
Attacking Net Neutrality Once Again Lurking behind last week's courtroom arguments is a clear picture of the difference between the corporate vision of the Internet's future and the way the rest of us want it.
Barrett Brown: What was his crime?, From ImagesAttr

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       Wednesday, September 18, 2013
When Posting a Website Link is a Crime Journalist Barrett Brown did something you do all the time: he posted a link to a public webpage. He's now facing 105 years in jail for doing that.
NSA Headquarters: Fort Meade MD, From ImagesAttr

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       Saturday, September 7, 2013
Snowden's Latest: The NSA Has Effectively Destroyed Internet Privacy The latest Snowden revelations demonstrate that the intent of government spying has been not only to assault privacy but to make it impossible to achieve.
The Photo That Sparked a Firing -- Armstrong at the Fateful Meeting, From ImagesAttr

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       Tuesday, August 20, 2013
The Firings at AOL Patch: A Study in Corporate Myopia How could a major technology company like AOL so deeply misread the culture and the irreversible changes that have taken place in news coverage and how reflective is that of the corporate Internet?
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       Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Lavabit: A Profile in Corporate Principles and Personal Courage The government went about privacy-protecting email provider Lavabit. Rather than give up the files the government was seeking, Lavabit closed its doors. The 350,000 users who lost email services are the collateral damage of a government war on people's communications.
The Elusive Don't Track Option and Judge Denise Lind, From ImagesAttr

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       Monday, July 22, 2013
Track and Truth: Manning and the "Other" Surveillance System Two developments last week are linked by a profoundly perverted notion of the Internet and a destructive vision of what it should become. They highlight, taken in tandem, a truly frightening development.
The APP and the Artist, From ImagesAttr

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       Sunday, July 14, 2013
Jay-Z's App and Obama's Criminal Enterprise A musical giant's new app and album, the ongoing crime of our government and how they're linked.
Dropmire Graphic and German justice minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger: ....the cold war., From ImagesAttr

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       Thursday, July 4, 2013
The Snowden Controversy and Our Legacy of Choices Many issues lurk behind the Snowden controversy, and its coverage, but the main one may have to do with how we use the Internet and how we can reclaim our privacy.
The Hero and the President: Who's the Target?, From ImagesAttr

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       Sunday, June 23, 2013
Lessons of the Snowden Revelations: You are the Target! Everybody's talking about Snowden, his revelations and their significance. But government officials and their subservients in the mainstream media aren't participating in a debate; they are attempting to avoid one. It's to hide the most important truth: we, the people of the United States, are the real target of this surveillance.

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