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UN Demands Pope Remove Clergy Known to Abuse Children Media

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent February 6, 2014 The United Nations (UN) have called for the Vatican to “immediately remove” all priests and clergy that are known child molesters and abusers. The UN asserted that the Holy See is aware of these acts and have remained complacent while allowing these priests to hold office and continue to sexually abuse thousands of children. The Office of the Holy See released a response to the UN report, stating: “The Holy See does … regret to see in some points of the Concluding Observations an attempt to interfere…

Citizen Journalism, Attack? White House Wants Release of Al-Jazeera Reporters Media

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent February 5, 2014   Jay Carney, press secretary to the White House, called for the release of three television broadcasting journalists from Al-Jazeera news that are currently being held in Egypt under alleged “harsh conditions”. Carney said: “The restrictions on freedom of expression in Egypt are a concern, and that includes the targeting of Egyptian and foreign journalists and academics simply for expressing their views. These figures, regardless of affiliation, should be protected and permitted to do their jobs freely in Egypt.” The press secretary conveyed that the detention of…

Officials Snatching School Lunches: Students Have Overdue Accounts Economy

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent February 1, 2014   Jason Olsen, spokesperson for the Salt Lake City school district (SLCSD) explained to the press in vague detail how school lunches were taken from 32 students at Uintah elementary with “overdue lunch accounts”. A school cafeteria manager and school district supervisor involved in the refusal to feed elementary students are on administrative leave as the SLCSD conducts an investigation into the purpose behind the shocking actions. Olsen said that “students whose $2 meals were thrown out were given milk and fruit, a standard practice when students…

DoJ & Tech Corps Strike a Deal on Gov Surveillance Programs Security

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent January 28, 2014     The Obama administration has ended negotiations with various major internet corporations to provide details to the public regarding government surveillance on digital data. Under proposed fear for exposing the country and national security to militants, the Obama administration is avoiding the possibility of turning the surveillance agencies transparent. Those companies are: • Facebook • Microsoft • Apple • Google • LinkedIn • Yahoo This deal must be approved by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC). This would give tech and IT corporations the ability to…

7 Cases Show How Citizens United Destroyed Free Speech Government

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  Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent January 23, 2014     Since the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Citizens United (CU), the political temperament of the nation has altered. Justice Anthony Kennedy explained that CU give the “appearance of influence or access, furthermore, will not cause the electorate to lose faith in our democracy”; however ““the fact that speakers may have influence over or access to elected officials does not mean that these officials are corrupt.” Kennedy stated that with the growing popularity and dependency on the internet “prompt disclosure of expenditures can…

10 Alarming Reasons the FCC Declared War Over Net Neutrality Government

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent January 20, 2014     The internet is a part of our lives whether we like it or not. Nearly every aspect of our daily life is integrated to the internet is some form and that is why everyone should care about net neutrality. Last week the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) does not have legal authority to mandate that broadband service providers (BSPs) treat content equally on the internet. This translates to BSPs being able to manipulate…

US District Court: Citizen Journalists Have Same Rights as News Media Media

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent January 20, 2014     The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that bloggers have the same 1st Amendment rights as established journalists when involved in a defamation of character suit; as long as the issue is of public concern. The outcome of this case establishes the fact that protections afforded the news media are not exclusive to their realm, but are also extended to citizen journalists and bloggers. The decision was entered because of a defamation lawsuit brought in Oregon concerning a blogger who had written online…

New Drug Could Erase Those Pesky Unwanted Memories Science

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent January 18, 2014     Neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have published a study regarding a new drug that can assist sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in making their unwanted memories disappear. This discovery is expected to be used in therapies with PTSD patients who cannot overcome difficult emotions. The drug tested is an HDAC2 inhibitor that proved in laboratory experiments to erase traumatic memories in rats. Researchers applied attention to chromatin modifications that can happen when previously held memories are erased. Rats were reconditioned using…

The New Normal: DoJ Expected to Redefine Racial Profiling Government

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Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent January 17, 2014     An anonymous source is telling media that the Department of Justice (DoJ) will be expanding their definition of racial profiling to prevent federal agents from using religion, national origin, gender and sexual orientation in the investigative process to determine a target’s potential terroristic threat level. These new guidelines are expected to be revealed by the end of this month with Attorney General Eric Holder working with governors to prevent crime and “protecting civil rights and civil liberties”. Democrats on Capitol Hill are feeling pressure to…

What Police Checkpoints Can Teach Us About Privacy Invasion Security

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 28, 2013     Mike Feuer, city attorney for Los Angeles, California, wants more police checkpoints to limit the number of drivers impaired by substances other than alcohol. Feuer spoke to the press, explaining the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) plan to orally swab local residents to check for marijuana, cocaine and other drugs. On stage with the city attorney was a representative from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Feuer said: “Traditionally, our office has focused on drunken driving case. We’re expanding drug collection and aggressively enforcing all impaired-driving laws.” Michelle DeCasas, deputy city attorney,…

Reader Views Not Wanted: Websites Shut Down Comments Security

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 27, 2013     Websites are sick of commentary from readers that are violent, threatening and have poor grammar. Google, Huffington Post and Popular Science have joined the growing number media sites are forcing users to use their real names when commenting to “restore civil discourse”. According to Yonatan Zunger, principal engineer and Nundu Janakiram, product manager for YouTube: “Starting this week, when you’re watching a video on YouTube, you’ll see comments sorted by people you care about first. If you post videos on your channel, you also have more tools to moderate welcome and…

Propaganda Trance: 2014 NDAA Approved While Media ‘Ducks Out’ Government

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 21, 2013     As if history were repeating itself, the approval of the 2014 Fiscal National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Capitol Hill was over-shadowed by a trivial controversy that was hyped by media. Two years ago, President Obama signed the first NDAA during New Year’s Eve after publically protesting the legislation and threatening to veto. Just this week, while the public has been distracted with drama and sensational news headlines, the lawmakers presented Obama with the current approved version of police state legislation that hand over $607 billion to the Pentagon, $527 to…

Researchers: Scientific Data Disappearing at Alarming Rate Media

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 20, 2013     The University of British Columbia (UBC) has discovered that a shocking 80% of “scientific data [is] lost within two decades, disappearing into old email addresses and obsolete storage devices.” By tracking data over long periods of time, the researchers at UBC were able to obtain original research documents between 1991 and 2001. This marked the end of research papers being obtainable with a marked 17% drop in document availability after 2001. Scientific research that is “unique to a time and place” is not only priceless; but extremely expensive to maintain on…

Pitchfork Protests: Italians Demand Gov Resignation World News

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 19, 2013     An estimated 3,000 have gathered to protest the Italian government and demand the resignation of Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta. These protests have continued since December 9th of this year. One sign read : “For everyone’s good, you should all resign.” More than 2,000 police officers were deployed ahead of the protests and planned rallies. This includes closed streets with traffic being diverted as the marches began. Italian citizens have organized marches in the streets of Rome across the nation for nearly 2 weeks to protest against their failing economy, lowering…

Facebook & Google Poised to Begin the REAL Takeover Security

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 18, 2013     Major tech corporations such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are purchasing fiber optic cables used for the internet to become the suppliers of the information, servicing the internet themselves. When a user visits Amazon.com, they are standing on private digital property and are subject to the rights and laws where the servers are housed. This enables the governments, through direct contact with the literal connections to the internet via these corporations, the systematic control over the free flow of information continues on. Regardless of SOPA, PIPA, ACTA or any other…

Study: You Can Get PTSD From News Coverage of Terror Attacks Media

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 10, 2013     Researchers at the University of California at Irvine have found that media coverage of a terrorist attack is just as powerful an effect on the human psyche as being at the event itself. The team at UC Irvine observed that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) could be developed within an individual’s mind from simply watching media coverage on a terroristic event. The study entitled, “Media’s Role in Broadcasting Acute Stress Following the Boston Marathon Bombings”, claims that “media coverage of collective traumas may trigger psychological distress in individuals outside the directly affected…

Why the NSA is Depressed Over Edward Snowden Security

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Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism December 9, 2013     Caitlyn Hayden, spokesperson for the White House revealed that the plethora of revelations about the National Security Agency (NSA) multitude of surveillance programs have lowered morale within the agency. Hayden remarked that the NSA has been visited by “top officials” from the White House who have related the “president’s support and appreciated for all the NSA does to keep us safe.” On recent media television, Obama did his best to defend the NSA spy programs. The president commented that while whistleblower Edward Snowden’s leaks have raised “legitimate cause for concern”, he…