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No one. Because there is never not a good time to click on anything about the iconic 1984 film Ghostbusters. The Eclectic Method guys are really, really good and their latest remix is of the best movie in the history of the world. (Photo: Wikipedia) […]

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What better way to mark the 110th birthday of the writer behind 1984 and Animal Farm than this? A Dutch art group called Front404 decorated surveillance cameras in Utrecht with pointy little party hats on June 25, because even the eyes in the sky can appreciate the late literary great and his disturbingly prophetic vision of the future. Front404 […]

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When our sneakers are checking into Foursquare for us, we know that we’ve officially become our own Big Brother and the end is nigh. Stalk-a-rrefic! Beware! Unless you’re boring. Then no one cares you’re at the Bean anyway. […]

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation obtained documents detailing how various federal agencies are using popular social networking sites to gather information for their investigations. […]

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Criminals in Chicago have easily figured out how to out maneuver the city’s surveillance cameras, but officials have crafted a new strategy to outsmart them: more surveillance cameras. Of course these new ones will be more covert and reportedly have a wider range, so now the majority of law-abiding citizens can rest easy knowing they […]

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While the British are busy speaking that fancy version of English, their government is royally fucking them with “requests for surveillance” and continues to plunge the country into an Orwellian nightmare that would even frighten Eric Arthur Blair. In addition to having a camera up the arse (and nostrils) of virtually every citizen, “officials seek […]

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In their never ending quest to infuriate freedom-loving straphangers, the MTA will test a new surveillance system on subway trains. The plan is to outfit cars on one of the “letter” lines with digital cameras that can continuously record, but won’t be watched live according to the Post. Basically, they’ll do little to prevent crime, […]

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The Constitution lives! The Maryland Transit Administration was considering a proposal to bug all its buses and trains in Baltimore and parts of D.C., but they’ve decided to back off due to privacy concerns—although the sheer illegality of it probably played a role too. The original proposal outlined the installation of microphones that could record […]

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US Weekly obtained “exclusive” behind-the-scenes footage of Michael Jackson’s infamous Pepsi commercial from 1984 that went very wrong. Badly timed pyrotechnics ended up setting the King of Pop’s hair on fire. This is also supposedly the gateway incident responsible for Jackson’s later drug problems. Watch how many crew members it takes to extinguish a head […]

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