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Carl's Jr. Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Charlotte McKinney

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NSA Spying Scandal

Merkel To U.S. Intelligence Station Chief: "Auf wiedersehen"

Merkel To U.S. Intelligence Station Chief: "Auf wiedersehen" A second double agent in the German ministry forced German Chancellor Angela Merkel to kick out U.S. intelligence station chief from the embassy.

Jul 10 2014, 3:35pm CDT

Cambridge's Head of Cryptography: I Would Abolish MI5

Cambridge's Head of Cryptography: I Would Abolish MI5 Privacy campaigner and Cambridge University’s Head of Cryptography Professor Ross J Anderson has suggested one way to begin stamping out the British state’s unaccountable involvement in the NSA spying scandal: end the...

Jan 3 2014, 9:36am CST

Germany Wants to Shield its Internet After NSA Spying Scandal

Germany Wants to Shield its Internet After NSA Spying Scandal Germany does not want history to repeat itself. The Nazi spying in WWII was a bitter lesson that ought to stay in the past. That is why the Germans are seeking an indigenous German Internet especially after the NSA spying scandal that shocked the world.

Oct 25 2013, 9:52am CDT