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Warrantless Surveillance?: Gov't Subpoenas OWS Activist's Twitter Records
Malcolm Harris: Subpoena dangerous because it might "produce a chilling effect and discourage people from using Twitter while protesting."
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Occupy Movement Targets Corporate Interest Group with Ties to Legislators
American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) will face ire of the 99%
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'We Are All Greeks Now' Rallies in Europe, US
Rallies are being held today, Saturday, February 18th, in capitals around the world to show support for the people of Greece as they face drastic austerity measures. The show of solidarity is in response to the "dictatorship of the financial markets and the troika: EU, ECB and IMF, who have imposed...
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Willie Nelson Says 'Occupy the Food System'
300,000 Activists in Suit Against Monsanto
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Occupy Protesters Sue NYC over Pepper Spray Incident
Two protesters who were pepper sprayed by Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna of the NYPD last fall during a peaceful march against Wall Street crimes and corporate greed, have sued the city for damages. The lawsuit states, "Anthony Bologna maced the plaintiffs as they were exercising their...
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Iris Photographs by Police, Not So Optional, Occupiers Among Others Subjected
Program extended despite objections
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Occupy Groups, Labor Unions Hope to Capture Super Bowl Audience
Super Bowl Sunday, the largest single sporting event in the United States most years, is taking place today in Indianopolis and proponents of labor rights and representatives of the Occupy movement hope to capitalize on some of the fanfare to make their voices heard. The organizers said that they...
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OWS Stands With Farmers, Says Enough! to Monsanto
Movement is calling for protests to support 60 family farmers, small seed businesses, organizations challenging Monsanto's patents on genetically modified seed
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Beyond 'Greener Capitalism': Activists Call for Global Day of Justice
A UN report urges needs for more 'sustainable development' but civil society groups push for a deeper transition
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Police Use Teargas on Occupy Oakland; 300 Arrested
Police fired tear gas and used flash-grenades to disperse hundreds of people after Saturday's peaceful 'Occupy Oakland' demonstration. Protesters gathered at a central plaza and then over 2,000 marched through the city streets planning to take over the vacant Henry Kaiser convention center. Occupy...
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