Protesters Attack Governor’s Mansion in Mexico

“The students were last seen being herded onto buses after police killed six of them in two shooting incidents. Parents of the victims and other students suspect that police turned the 43 missing students over to the local criminal organization Guerreros Unidos. Recent investigations indicate that Guerreros Unidos has ties to local politicians, including the mayor of Iguala, who has been in hiding since the shootings took place.”

Rumors have long floated around about government shills spreading disinformation on websites that are at odds with the governmental party line.

Now it’s official: the US government has awarded a contract to a company in California to create software to manage “online personalities”. The software will allow one person to manage up to 10 personas, and will be used to counter “extremist ideology and propaganda”.


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FBI Quietly Seeks Broader Hacking Powers

“The Department of Justice (DOJ) has proposed (pdf) an amendment to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, having to do with warrants for remote access to electronic data. The rule changes, according to the DOJ, would make it easier for law enforcement “to investigate and prosecute…crimes involving Internet anonymizing technologies,” such as Tor.”


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Introducing the ‘Ebola handshake': U.S ambassador to UN demonstrates safest way to greet people in countries at centre of outbreak

Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, right, gives U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power what is know as the 'Ebola handshake' during a news conference in the city of  Monrovia on Tuesday

  • U.S envoy demonstrated the safe way to greet people in Ebola-hit countries
  • Samantha Power touched elbows on Tuesday with Liberia’s President 
  • She said she’d return to the U.S with a message of ‘hope and possibility’ 

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RAF jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers over North Sea as Nato reports dozens of planes in European airspace

  • 26 Russian aircraft ran ‘military manoeuvres’ in 24 hours including two Bear bombers followed by RAF fighters
  • Nato steps up its defences as it says two planes near Britain did not file flight plans or contact controllers 
  • Alliance reported ‘unusual’ activity after intercepting 100 Russian planes in 2014 – triple the number in 2013 

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Curbing immigration would be a ‘disaster’ for Britain, says Tony Blair with warning Labour must not chase Ukip votes

  • Former Prime Minister warns against copying Nigel Farage’s party
  • Miliband must be ‘really careful’ about saying Ukip justified in its policies
  • Labour leader under pressure to take a tougher stance on immigration 

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