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'천재 해커' 애론 슈와르츠 숨진 채 발견돼 http://i.wik.im/102356

Internet activist, programmer Aaron Swartz dead at 26 I don't know if I believe this was a suicide. This is VERY sad and VERY disturbing.

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Temporary Foreign Workers Rights

Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker program promotes the exploitation of some of the most vulnerable workers in Canada, said Yessy Byl, an Alberta Federation o.

"중국에서 제일 멋지게 옷 입은 할아버지" 사진 7장

LOOK: Photographer turns his grandfather into a hipster fashion icon

서울 도심에서 짓는 농사 '노들텃밭' http://i.wik.im/70230

서울 도심에서 짓는 농사 '노들텃밭' http://i.wik.im/70230

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Bernie Sanders: A job should lift workers out of poverty, not keep them in it. I'd add that nobody that works for a living should be living in poverty.

No truer words!

"If you're not careful the newspapers will have you hating the people who are oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppression." - Malcolm X.

Come on Academic Journals!!! Agreed- pinlife251

"Forcing academics to pay money to read the work of their colleagues?" Aaron Swartz x

\'아마존의 눈물\' UCC 버전 동영상  http://i.wik.im/65873

\'아마존의 눈물\' UCC 버전 동영상 http://i.wik.im/65873

Two years ago, just before the Leveson inquiry began, I watched Paul Dacre make a speech. The Daily Mail editor was so angry that his hands were shaking. He painted an apocalyptic picture of a future in which the British press would be subject to the kind of restrictions endured by journalists in Zimbabwe. It was nonsense and hyperbole – I've worked on free expression for years and I know how repressive regimes operate. But it offered a useful insight: this, I realised, was how the campaign…

Which stories will we not be allowed to read?

Two years ago, just before the Leveson inquiry began, I watched Paul Dacre make a speech. The Daily Mail editor was so angry that his hands were shaking. He painted an apocalyptic picture of a future in which the British press would be subject to the kind of restrictions endured by journalists in Zimbabwe. It was nonsense and hyperbole – I've worked on free expression for years and I know how repressive regimes operate. But it offered a useful insight: this, I realised, was how the campaign…

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