This week’s au courant links:
- MUST HAVE.
- Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) determined that once information is collected by the NSA for “foreign intelligence” purposes under section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act, that information can be searched by the FBI for regular criminal investigations without any need for a warrant or prior court oversight. Which is another way of saying…adieu, Fourth Amendment. 1
- Saudis bribed Pakistan to hide bin Laden. 2 3
- Maybe there IS hope: Young Americans are terrifyingly liberal (claims ReThug hack.)
- Possible muscle replacement?
- Everything you know about Ty Cobb is wrong.
- Sergio Canavero set to perform a two-part human head transplant. 4
- Welcome to the DNC rebellion.
- Hmmm – the apocalypse that was sure to follow a rise in the minimum wage? DID NOT HAPPEN!
- China’s first intelligent security robot.
- HTML elements à la Rube Goldberg.
- Virtual art sessions.
- Talk about you glass-half-full attitude: how the apocalypse will bring out the best in people.
- Hey! Remember when Karl Rove erased 22 million White House emails? ‘course not, ’cause the liberal media didn’t care.
- The ideal woman’s spy film.
- The real reason self-driving cars will be postponed as long as possible: manufacturer liability.
And finally, Inversion!