TomDispatch, ContributorA regular antidote to the mainstream media. Is there any privacy left, let alone a right to privacy? 08/28/2018 12:55 pm ET This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To receive TomDispatch in your inbox three times a week, click here. By Judith Coburn Now that we know we are surveilled 24/7 by the National Security Agency, the FBI, local police, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, hackers, the Russians, the Chinese, the North Koreans, data brokers, private spyware groups like Black Cube, and companies from which we’ve ordered swag on the internet, is there still any “right to be forgotten,” as the Europeans call it? Is there any privacy left, let alone a right to privacy? In a world in which most people reveal their intimate secrets voluntarily, posting them on social media and ignoring the pleas of security experts to protect their data with strong passwords ― don’t use your birth date, your telephone number, or … [Read more...] about A Private Investigator On Living In A Surveillance Culture
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Changes are blowing in with the fall semester for the Pikes Peak region's 17 public school districts.New superintendents are in charge at Colorado Springs School District 11 and Woodland Park School District RE-2.Three new schools with state-of-the-art features are opening to meet growing enrollment from residential development to the east and south.Students started classes Aug. 2 at School District 49’s $20 million Bennett Ranch Elementary in Peyton.Academy School District 20 is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Legacy Peak Elementary and the Center for Modern Learning in the Wolf Ranch neighborhood Tuesday.The first phase of Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8’s new middle school, to accommodate up to 1,500 students at completion, opens Monday. Colorado schools dig in to offer fresh grown foods at school cafeterias and homesSeveral districts will bring school financing measures to the Nov. 6 ballot.Many districts are making safety and security improvements to … [Read more...] about What’s new for fall at Colorado Springs area schools
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When he rages like a tiger on screen, his fans holler in excitement, with seetes and claps, of course. When he rips his shirt and grooves to his self-styled moves, they swoon and relish every moment. It’s this battalion of bhai fans that has made Salman Khan the superstar that he is. And he knows what his loyalists want of him, which is why, the actor says that his biggest stress is to get a film that has all the ingredients that his fans will lap up. “They want to see scale, amazing songs, action, punchlines and dialogues. I try to give them that,” he says. His action thriller ' Race 3', which releases today, is just the kind of feast his fans are waiting dig in to this Eid. In a chat with BT, he talks about the challenges of shooting this action-packed movie, the responsibilities that come with launching new talent and the bhai connect with his fans. Read on... The previous instalments of the 'Race' franchise have been thrillers with twists and turns, where everyone … [Read more...] about Salman Khan: Today, people think that showing emotions is cliché, I don’t think so at all