CISPA Spies, Drone Zone, Space Mining - New World Next Week

27/04/2012 05:17

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Story #1: White House Takes Aim at CISPA with Formal Veto Threat
Related: James Bamford on How the NSA's New Spy Center Might Know Everything
NWNW Flashback: SOPA Is Back As Websites Go Black

Story #2: FOIA: FBI and Police Free to Launch Spies In Sky Over US Cities
Here's Who's Buying Drones -- Local Cops Watching You from the Sky
Related: Bird Strikes Pose Ongoing Danger to Aircraft
US Relaxes Drone Rules -- Obama Gives CIA, Military Greater Leeway in
Use Against Militants in Yemen
NWNW Flashback: Drones Assist In Corralling North Dakota Cattle Rustlers

Story #3: Company Aims to Mine Resource-Rich Asteroids
Related: Murdoch Faces More Grilling Over UK Phone Hacking
Navigating Netflix: The Shape of Things to Come

Bonus: Food World Order on Corbett Report Radio

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