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DuckDuckGo Has 29 Million Searches a Day, Won’t Store Private Info

As the world increasingly becomes a smaller place through the internet and social media, so too do the dangers of the internet and social media increase exponentially. After all, the more strangers that are crammed together in cyberspace, the more likely you are to be crammed together with malicious agents.   Not helping matters at all is

Did Donald Trump Change His Mind on Domestic Spying?

Judge Andrew Napolitano, Late last week, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, repeated his public observations that members of the intelligence community — particularly the CIA, the NSA and the intelligence division of the FBI — are not trustworthy with the nation’s intelligence secrets. Because he has a

Whose Data Is It Anyway?

Derek Hunter, The days of hand written letters and notes is over, it’s all digital now. As such, we find ourselves in a weird position where our private thoughts aren’t sealed in an envelope, but basically handled in an accurate version of “telephone” by third party companies on the honor system that they won’t reveal

George Soros and Google Champion Government Control of the Internet

Seton Motley, Part of the President Donald Trump Reality Revolution is undoing the President Barack Obama Anti-Reality Revolution.  You remember, the Obama-promised “fundamental transformation” that led to amazingly bad policies and terrible results.  Obama’s massive regulatory assaults on all things private sector were an intended disaster for the private sector.  Obama is the first president

Hill Democrats Given Lie-Filled Cheat Sheets for Pre-Planned Town Hall ‘Spontaneity’

Seton Motley, The longest-running joke in politics is the utter cluelessness of most Leftists – and elected Democrats.  Thanks to the wonderment of the free market Internet, the catalogue of examples of this are just a Web search away – and are near limitless in number. At the height of Bernie Sanders mania, the maniacs

‘Extreme Vetting’ Also Threatens Privacy of Americans

Noah Feldman, The “extreme vetting” proposals floated this week by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly include the idea of making visitors to the U.S. open their phones and disclose their contacts, passwords and social media handles to immigration authorities. This might potentially be constitutional, because visitors outside the U.S. don’t necessarily have privacy protection. But