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  1. Supreme Court asked to review leaked Verizon ruling

    A civil liberties group is taking the unusual step of asking the Supreme Court to review a ruling by a secretive intelligence court that authorized government access...

  2. Speechless? Hold That Thought!

    Where is your spot on the fiscalist-monetarist axis? And, not getting what you want might actually be a good thing. Here are some of the LOL-inducing, insightful and character-limited words of wisdom that helped me run my business last week.

  3. Cyber Spying: How Far Should Uncle Sam Go?

    Recent revelations about the U.S. National Security Agency's expansive data-collection efforts have underscored the power of electronic surveillance in the Internet ...

  4. Uncle Sam Now Spying on You Through a Prism

    The U.S. government is reportedly mining data from at least nine leading Internet companies through a secret program code-named PRISM that is aimed at sifting throug...

  5. Verizon order casts spotlight on secretive U.S. surveillance court

    The leak of a document showing the Obama administration asked for millions of phone records has turned a spotlight anew on a secretive U.S. federal court set up 35 y...

  6. U.S. accuses cyber exchange of laundering $6 billion

    U.S. prosecutors have indicted the operators of digital currency exchange Liberty Reserve, accusing the Costa Rica-based company of helping criminals around the worl...

  7. Fed warns Bank of Montreal on anti-money laundering controls

    The Federal Reserve Board said it told Bank of Montreal to step up efforts at the Canadian bank's Chicago branch to detect and prevent money laundering.The Fed enter...

  8. U.S. to Allow Spy Agencies to Review Americans' Finances

    The Obama administration is drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens and ot...

  9. As Technology Progresses Is Your Privacy Disappearing?

    Privacy advocate Katrina Pierson and Mobilize president Vivek Nasta on concerns new electronic devices are taking away people’s privacy.

  10. Intel CEO: Bringing Smartphones Into Emerging Markets

    Intel CEO Paul Otellini on the latest smartphones with Intel chips.

  11. Gold Coin Sales up 130% Year-Over-Year

    Coinweek.com’s David Lisot on continued growth in gold-coin sales.

  12. Credit Reports Falsely Tag Consumers as Terrorists, Drug Traffickers

    Imagine being branded as a possible drug trafficker, arms dealer or even terrorist, but nobody bothers to tell you. If you do find out and try to clear your name, yo...

  1. Millions of ObamaCare enrollees’ applications inaccurate?

    MaxFunds.com co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and FBN’s Liz MacDonald and David Asman on the inaccuracies found in many ObamaCare enrollees’ applications and a study on how free Americans feel.

  2. Teen reporter takes on Nancy Pelosi over NSA

    TeenTake YouTube Channel reporter Andrew Demeter on questioning House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, (D-Calif.), about the NSA’s data collection practices.

  3. NSA intercepting packages to plant bugs on electronics?

    Author Matt Kibbe weighs in on the NSA and President Obama.

  4. Glenn Greenwald on Edward Snowden becoming a whistleblower

    Glenn Greenwald on NSA abuses

  5. NSA problem won’t go away

    Rep. Justin Amash on the NSA reforms offered by President Obama.

  6. Moving Your Checking Account to a new Bank

    Switching banksLike karaoke night at your favorite bar, new banking fees have a way of making even longtime customers head for the exits.A September 2012 poll conduc...

  7. Obama Announces New Surveillance Steps

    President Barack Obama announced plans on Friday to limit sweeping U.S. government surveillance programs that have come under criticism since leaks by a former spy a...

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