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Despite Anti-Profiling Rules, the FBI Uses Race and Religion When Deciding Who to Target

The bureau still claims considerable latitude to use race, ethnicity, nationality, and religion in deciding which people and communities to investigate.
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Undercover FBI Agents Swarm the Internet Seeking Contact With Terrorists

The FBI’s online activities are so pervasive that the bureau sometimes finds itself investigating its own people....
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U.S. tech without Iranian immigrants: No eBay, Oracle, Google, Dropbox, Tinder

Last year, when we were debating whether or not the U.S. should ramp up its acceptance of Syrian refugees, one image of a tech icon went viral, inspiring social media posts, news coverage, and a Banksy tribute. ...
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South Carolina tech worker visiting Iran can't return to US

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Unable to enjoy what was supposed to be a three-week vacation with her family in Iran, Nazanin Zinouri now worries about when and if she will be able to go home to South Carolina....
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Apple has allegedly begun removing Iranian iOS apps from the App store

...Iranians are ‘gadget-mad’, with an estimated 40M smartphones in the country, of which there are an estimated 6M iPhones. .......
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U.S. tech leaders sound alarm over Trump immigration order

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The U.S. technology industry, a major employer of foreign workers, hit back on Saturday at President Donald Trump's sudden executive order on immigration, with some leaders calling it immoral and un-American....
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Why Israel has the most technologically advanced military on Earth

In 1950, just two years after the State of Israel was founded, the country’s first commercial delegation set off for South America....
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Toyota's newest concept car decides when you get to drive it

Self-driving cars are so 2016. Self-aware cars are what's in for 2017....
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French workers win 'right to disconnect'

Paris (AFP) - French companies will be required to guarantee a "right to disconnect" to their employees from Sunday as the country seeks to tackle the modern-day scourge of compulsive out-of-hours email checking....
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