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Funny story: Congress unveils do-it-yourself homeland security

Congress unveils do-it-yourself homeland security

Washington, DC - - With the Department of Homeland Security increasingly being used as a political football, Congress has come up with a backup plan. It's a domestic defensive strategy that relies on the American public to protect itself agai...
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Funny story: Facebook to change the default profile picture

Facebook to change the default profile picture

Following on from Facebook allowing users of the popular social networking site to indicate a gender other than the rigidly binary Male and Female, the default profile picture will now be changed. "Not all our users want to put a profile picture,"...
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Funny story: U.S. Government Agents Seize Edward Snowden's Whistle

U.S. Government Agents Seize Edward Snowden's Whistle

Edward Snowden may be holed up in Russia, but U.S. government officials say America will nevertheless be safe from future whistle-blowing by the American-born traitor because they've managed to seize Snowden's thus-far-elusive whistle. According t...
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Funny story: Amazon CEO is Laughing All the Way to the Headlines

Amazon CEO is Laughing All the Way to the Headlines

Jeffrey Bezos is giggling his head off, laughing all the way to the headlines. First the Amazon CO got sensational global coverage of his absurd yet adorable (yet rather creepy) plan to have millions of packages delivered "right to your porch" by dro...
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Funny story: Facebook Adjusted the Settings Again!

Facebook Adjusted the Settings Again!

Facebook is at it again! Even with the highest restrictions put in place, Facebook has adjusted one woman's settings so her boss's wife's sister from fifteen hundred miles away could read a post that the shop was going to be closed because everyone...
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Funny story: President Obama Brings Happiness To A Child

President Obama Brings Happiness To A Child

US President, Barack Obama, today brought a delighted smile to the face of a ten year old English girl. 'I lost my mobile phone last month,' explained Sophie Harris from Cornwall, England. 'I was really, really upset as it had details of all my fr...
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Funny story: Secretary of Education Urges Removal of Word "Privacy" from School Dictionaries

Secretary of Education Urges Removal of Word "Privacy" from School Dictionaries

"Privacy is dead, and that's a good thing," pronounced U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in his recent address to Congress regarding the content of dictionaries currently used in federally-funded public schools. "And our dictionaries should ref...
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Funny story: Snowden whistles a new tune: different chimes for different crimes

Snowden whistles a new tune: different chimes for different crimes

Sheremetyevo Airport, Moscow -- In an attempt to clarify his future whistle-blowing revelations, former NSA contract spy Edward Snowden has devised a music-based notification system in support of whistle blowers worldwide. The innovation musical...
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Funny story: The NSA Is Totally Real You Guys

The NSA Is Totally Real You Guys

DES MOINES- A man has emerged to expose the notorious NSA which is a government agency made to spy on YOU. That's right they're spying on you right now. Somewhere in Utah, a man just made note that you are reading an article on a website titled...
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Funny story: Exhibitionist Enjoys Living in Surveillance State

Exhibitionist Enjoys Living in Surveillance State

For 28-year-old Kinsey MacDougall, knowing that United States government agents may be monitoring her personal email messages, cell phone calls and internet activity isn't a source of upset; it's a turn-on. A self-acknowledged exhibitionist, Kins...
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Funny story: Electronic Engineer Reveals Cable Television Boxes See and Hear Into Your Livingroom

Electronic Engineer Reveals Cable Television Boxes See and Hear Into Your Livingroom

Ever get the creepy feeling that someone is watching you when your in you house? Ever wonder if the Big Brother paranoia was more than just paranoia? Ever feel like technology could be used for evil purposes? Well it appears your worries and fears...
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Funny story: New Smart Technology Announced for Any Device, Any Time, Anywhere

New Smart Technology Announced for Any Device, Any Time, Anywhere

Buying the lion's share of available technology patents from Nortel Corporation, a consortium of industry leaders including Apple, IBM, and Microsoft have launched a new company that offers complete information access and deep monitoring services to...
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Funny story: A Full Review of WindowBlinds

A Full Review of WindowBlinds

When I first encountered WindowBlinds I was confused. After all, I live in a second floor apartment which is surrounded by trees. What use would I have for WindowBlinds? The answer came one afternoon shortly after acquiring WindowBlinds, as I was surfing the web in the privacy-or so I thought-of my bedroom. Imagine my surprise,and that of the window washer, when I looked up after pleasuring my...
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Funny story: Facebook confirms privacy revamp; DNA sampling no longer required, fingerprinting requirements under review

Facebook confirms privacy revamp; DNA sampling no longer required, fingerprinting requirements under review

Social network giant Facebook will roll out a new set of privacy settings to all its users starting on 26 May. The company said it will post the details on its blog, which is only accessible if you join Facebook. Facebook faced a barrage of c...
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Funny story: Google deny privacy concerns

Google deny privacy concerns

After the amazement of Google Street View has died down, the tech-heads at the multinational super-organisation are already working on their next project, but deny that there will be any impact on privacy. With the world's streets already mapped,...
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Funny story: Mind control a step closer

Mind control a step closer

Amid accusations of a sell-out by fee*-thinking writers, an internet search company has purchased The Spoof to create Spoogle . Spoogle recently unveiled its much anticipated i-eye TM technology which uses webcams to search a person's thoughts. Sim...
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Funny story: MI5 to monitor all mobile phone calls and emails

MI5 to monitor all mobile phone calls and emails

MI5, Britains top-secret spy organisation, have let it be known that they will be monitoring all email and mobile phone traffic. The job of monitoring has been handed to Capita, who usually get these sort of multi-million pound Government contracts.
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Funny story: New add-on for Google Earth announced - Indoors:Live

New add-on for Google Earth announced - Indoors:Live

Google announced today the release of their controversial new add-on to Google Earth, Google Indoors:Live. The new software interfaces with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems to provide users with access to built-in and USB-connected webcams a...
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George Bush Senior has taken out copyright on the phrase "New World Order" that he made popular. Anybody using the phrase without his permission will be sued.
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