PHOTOS BY CLARK LOHR After his 24-year-old son was murdered by drug traffickers, Javier Sicilia, one of Mexico’s best-known poets, founded the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity to urge an end to drug […]
BY TIM LIBERT An analysis of 100 Occupy websites by Tim Limbert shows 99 are insecure. Most are hosting tracking bugs by Google, Twitter, and Facebook which are designed to collect information on visitors. Since […]
BY GREG EVANS With much fanfare Pima County Public Library (PCPL) announced last year that its patrons can now download a limited selection of books for use on Amazon.com’s Kindle e-readers. There’s just one catch: […]
BY ROBERT GUARD Most of you no doubt remember the controversy surrounding the implementation of electronic voting terminals. Most famously, Diebold voting machines are believed by many to have helped fix the 2004 presidential election […]
BY ALICE WHITTENBURG On August 9, more than a dozen activists from TUCAN (Tucson Climate Action Network) held a press conference and distributed leaflets in front of Tucson Electric Power’s downtown headquarters to demand that […]
BY J.T. WALDRON By “taking the matter under advisement”, Judge Kyle Bryson kicked the can a little farther down the road last Monday and further postponed the hearing granted to the Libertarian Party by the […]
On Monday a group of Oakland activists occupied a former library branch building that has long been closed and reopened it. The building in question, which the occupiers named the Victor Martinez Community Library, was […]
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