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UK Bans New Chinese Security Cameras on Sensitive Government Estates Over Security Concerns

The UK’s government departments has been told to stop installing surveillance cameras made by Chinese companies and advised to replace existing ones, a Cabinet minister said on Thursday.

‘Going To Dig Into This’: Sen. Ron Johnson Vows Probe Into Federal Effort To Outsource Censorship

Sen. Ron Johnson, the top Republican on the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation, is vowing to investigate revelation that federal agencies used a private...

Homeland Security Has Been Secretly Copying Phones for Nearly 2 Decades

Entering the US illegally and without scrutiny has become as easy as a short walk across the border.

More Than Sixty Years After ‘Liberation,’ Cuba Is a Communist Slave State

In his book Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Robert Nozick has a chapter named "The Tale of the Slave" in which he explains the nine phases from the most restrictive to more liberating states of slavery.

Biden Sees Exodus of Black Staffers, Frustration Among Those Who Remain

Former White House official, some Black aides have adopted a term for them: “Blaxit.”

Some Now Identify as ‘Cake Gender’

TikTok video reveals people now identify as "cake gender" to describe how "light" and "fluffy" they are.

Google Introduces ‘Woke’ Language Suggestions

Google's spelling editor will now begin to correct what users type to be more 'inclusive' with their wording.

Supreme Court to Hear Religious Liberty Case Over High School Coach’s On-Field Prayers

Joseph Kennedy likes to think of himself as a "big brother" of sorts to the many students he has mentored over the years as a high school football coach.

Stanford to International Students: Get the Booster or Face Deportation + More

The Defender’s Big Brother NewsWatch brings you the latest headlines related to governments’ abuse of power, including attacks on democracy, civil liberties and use of mass surveillance.

Attorney and Holocaust Survivor Stop Vax Passports in Orange County, California

California and New York were the first areas in the country to take steps toward vaccine passports last year. New York City implemented it, but Orange County didn’t, thanks to the efforts of human rights Attorney Leigh Dundas and holocaust survivor Vera Sharav.

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