Tweets are disappearing on Twitter. Why? – The Washington Post

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Paul Dietrich, an activist who regularly “de-redacts” leaked documents, noticed last week that something weird was happening with one of his tweets about the Drone Papers, a widely discussed report on the Intercept, based on a cache of leaked documents.

Jacob Appelbaum, a computer security researcher who is a member of the Tor Project, had retweeted him. But for some reason, Dietrich’s tweet wasn’t showing up on Appelbaum’s timeline as it normally would — at least when he accessed it from a U.S. IP addre

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How to unblock youtube at school, college or office

Learn how to unblock youtube at your schools, offices, colleges through kproxy, hola, extensions/add-ons, vpn, https connection, proxy sites.

As you all know that the YouTube has become the king and leading of entertainment industry. Everyone loves to watch YouTube videos. But this type of entertainment may kill your work rate that is the reason while many of the schools, offices, colleges used to block the YouTube and also other Social Networking websites. Apart from the entertainment, you can watch YouTube videos to learn so many things.

You know some of the countries have blocked the YouTube because of uploading some provocative content. Also, in schools, corporate offices, educational institutes, youtube is not accessible. But there’s always a way out to access it. Today’s article is all about how to get on youtube at school.

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EFF to Court: Posting 3-D Design Files Online Is Free Speech | Electronic Frontier Foundation

San Francisco – The government cannot require Americans to go through an export licensing scheme prior to posting and sharing 3-D printer design files online, because publishing technical information is a form of speech protected by the First Amendment, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) told a federal appeals court Thursday.

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