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>REDUX: Second life for news that matters

06/23/2010

>BTC – There really is no shortage of great information available on the net.  We get so much great content which used to get dumped into our Facebook feeds.  For now, we are using our twitter feed as our fast track to informing those who would best served by what should be regular decent briefing for readers.

The point of REDUX is to get a short list of relevant news which would ordinarily escape, but gets a second chance here on BeatTheChip.org.  Obviously we failed our own self-imposed editorial goal of posting 3 original pieces a day.  It doesn’t mean we aren’t watching the blogs to catch the news and brilliant editorials worth mentioning.   The sheer volume and scope can be overwhelming.  With REDUX it’s possible to re-post direct links to the most relevant news of the day without drowning in the constant distractions of social network news trolling.

Here’s the second life for news that matters:

Hackers aren’t the only threat to privacy 

Websites arbit for ability to determine criminality via terms of service

DARPA taking heat for exaggerated “Cyber war” range

APD-TX training for forced blood withdrawls on mentally ill TDCJ inmates

Are Napolitano’s Mass Spying Powers a Greater Threat to Civil Liberties than Bush?

http://media.theonion.com/flash/video/onn_player.swf
Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy By Moving To Remote Village

TSA reaches out to Identity Project 

FOIA UPDATE – EPIC forces disclosure of report on Obama Passport Breach 

Current List of Airports with Naked Body Scanners 

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