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Lavabit Founder Ladar Levinson, The Rosa Parks of Internet Freedom

In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews Lavabit founder Ladar Levinson, about the private email client that Edward Snowden used, the U.S government’s attack on Lavabit and the ethical decision Ladar had to make ending his company. Ladar goes into details about how the U.S government tried to intimidate him and forced him to shut down when they requested to spy on Edward Snowden’s emails.

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How To Opt-Out of PRISM

With all the recent revelations about the NSA and all the companies that are working with them to give away our information, it seems impossible to have any kind of privacy on the internet. In actuality, while there might not be a way to 100% protect yourself all of the time, there are many other options out there that we can take to start to opt-out of Prism and put security barriers in between our personal information and the spying eyes of the government. Luke Rudkowski breaks down some of the programs and applications that we can use as alternatives to the ones we’re currently using like Microsoft Windows, Google, Facebook and more. To check out alternative programs to Prism go to http://www.prism-break.org

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WeAreChange Vlog: Burning Pope Effigies & Black Taxi Tour in Belfast

WeAreChange toured around Belfast to learn about the troubles that have been deep rooted in the country and city’s history. We were told how the trouble between the Catholics and Protestants began and were shown many of the historical and places of significance, including a 50 foot wall that divides the two communities. We were shown around by people that grew up from both communities and they shared with us their experiences.

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Fake Store Fronts in Belfast to Boost Economy?


WeAreChange goes to Belfast see for themselves the way Northern Ireland has decided to handle the economic hardships in their neighborhoods. Through various cities, the Northern Irish government has spent around £2 million on plastering up photos of fake storefronts where businesses once operates. These have been here for over a year but governments in multiple other cities have decided to do the same to put up a false sense of a thriving economy for the G8. This is another example of governments attempting to mask the problems of recession since the bank bailouts instead of actually doing something about it.

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