Spy caught in the White House!

Aragoncillo, a naturalized citizen from the Philippines and US marine, used his top secret clearance to steal classified intelligence documents from White House computers. Both the FBI and CIA are calling it the first case of espionage in the White House in modern history.

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Wal-Mart challenges Craigslist

The discount retailer, which clobbered toy stores and consumer-electronics chains after encroaching on their turf, is offering free classified ads online.

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In Pictures: Declassified UFO Files

The National Archives is displaying previously classified files on UFOs. They include this diagram, whose author believed alien craft used decoy methods to avoid detection, carrying not humans but “fallen angels”.

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Craigslist wins discriminatory housing ads case, “Whites Only” ok

Craigslist classifieds can say what newspaper classifieds cannot: “whites only.” Here’s why Google, AOL, Craigslist, and other online ad venues are arguing for users’ rights to use such exclusionary language.

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U.S. defense contractors sending classified work to China!

First, China began to assemble household products for the U.S. market. Then the country graduated to notebooks. Now Chinese companies are performing research for classified systems bound for the Defense Department.

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Bush authorized the leaking of classified information to out CIA officer

Not only did Bush know about the outing of Plame, but he caused it! Bush told prosecutors that he had directed Cheney to disclose classified information both to defend his administration and to discredit Mr Wilson.

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Using Statistics to Cause Spammers Pain

“we all want to cause spammers pain. None of the current classifiers are capable of causing the spammers any pain because the spammer is long gone by the time the classifier has the opportunity to process the message. What we need is a way to use the classifier against the spammer while the spammer is still connected.” read on for more…

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