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Alleged Sonic Injury In China Reminiscent Of Cuba Incident

The U.S. State Department recently issued a health alert for its citizens in China after a U.S. government employee in Guangzhou experienced “subtle and vague, but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure.”

Israel Conducts World's First Air Strike With F-35 Stealth Fighters

The recent announcement demonstrates the stealth capabilities of the F-35 in overcoming air defense, as Israel has been able to fly over countries undetected.

Putting An Ex GOP Senator In Charge Of Facebook 'Liberal Bias' Audit Is A Bad Idea

Adding more bias into the mix is not a good way to solve Facebook's alleged bias problem. We need independent watchdogs. 

Uber To End Policy Of Forced Arbitration For Sexual Assault Victims

Uber announced that it will no longer require abuse victims to use its arbitration process rather than taking their cases to court. The change does not apply to those involved in class-action lawsuits.

China's 'Brain Surveillance' Tech Is Truly Scary Stuff

According to a new report from Inquisitr.com, brain surveillance technology is being implemented on a massive scale across government-tied Chinese businesses and military sectors.

NSA Phone Data Collection Has Actually Increased Under Trump

According to a newly released government report, the agency collected more than 534 million phone calls and text messages in 2017 — three times as many as the previous year's total.

The Untrustworthy Way Facebook Will Rank 'Trustworthy' News Outlets

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted the company is once again harvesting data — this time to editorialize their supposedly “neutral” public forum by ranking news sources based on “trustworthiness.”

Toronto Police Monitored Black Lives Matter In 2016, But That's Not Unique

Toronto police have long used social media monitoring a tactic that is not without legitimate ethical question. It is wrong to call it a racial practice, however. 

CNN: Over 100 Uber Drivers Accused Of Sexual Assault Or Abuse

A CNN investigation has revealed over 100 cases of alleged sexual assault or abuse by Uber drivers in the U.S. and a controversial policy may have kept cases out of the news. 

Pentagon Bans Sale Of Chinese Phones On Military Bases

According to reports, defense officials are concerned that the Chinese government could order firms such as Huawei and ZTE Corp. to track soldiers' movements or snoop on their communications.

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