Nazis against Nazis – Germany’s most involuntary charity walk

Nazis against Nazis – Germany's most involuntary charity walk

On November 15th, neo-Nazis walked through the streets of Wunsiedel. We could not stop them – but we could make them walk for something meaningful: and that is how for the first time a right-wing memorial march became a charity walk – without knowing of the participants. For every meter they walked, €10 went to EXIT-Deutschland – a Nazi opt-out programme. The result: €10.000 and lots of surprised right-wing extremists.

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The police want to see your entire internet history

The police want to see your entire internet history

Police are to be given the power to view everyone’s entire internet history in a new surveillance bill to be published next week, according to reports. The proposed legislation will make it a legal requirement for telecoms and internet service providers to retain all of the web browsing history for all customers for a period of 12 months, according to the Daily Telegraph.

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The 1965 Blackout: Hear The Eerie Broadcast When New York Went Dark

The 1965 Blackout: Hear The Eerie Broadcast When New York Went Dark

Before we hear his broadcast, we need to set the scene. West Island Weather has more: Over 30 million people were affected including some provinces in Canada. Everything went dark. Patients in the middle of surgery, people in subways were trapped in darkness from New York to Canada and most states in between. A plane was getting ready to land when the runway disappeared. 1700 Passengers from a powerless subway train were rescued from a bridge in New York.

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Deso Dogg, Ex-Rapper Who Joined ISIS, Is Killed by U.S. Airstrike

Deso Dogg, Ex-Rapper Who Joined ISIS, Is Killed by U.S. Airstrike

The German-born former rapper Deso Dogg, who abandoned his music career in 2010 and became a recruiter in Syria for the Islamic State, was killed in an airstrike this month, the Pentagon confirmed Friday. The musician, born Denis Cuspert, toured with the American performer DMX in 2006 but later abandoned rap music and became a well-known singer of nasheeds, or Islamic devotional music, in German.

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How corporations use fine print to deny Americans their day in court

How corporations use fine print to deny Americans their day in court

By inserting individual arbitration clauses into a soaring number of consumer and employment contracts, companies like American Express devised a way to circumvent the courts and bar people from joining together in class-action lawsuits, realistically the only tool citizens have to fight illegal or deceitful business practices.

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