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October 05 2013

Defining “Terrorism” : The 1972 General Assembly debates on “international terrorism” and their…

Defining “Terrorism” : The 1972 General Assembly debates on “international terrorism” and their coverage by the New York Times
https://www.nytexaminer.com/2013/09/defining-terrorism

Par le Français Rémi Brulin et que l’on peut retrouver en français dans sa propre thèse à partir de la page 636 :
http://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/76/49/00/PDF/2011PA030163.pdf

September 29 2013

Snowden Strikes Again : nsa Mapping Social Connections of US Citizens - Slashdot

Snowden Strikes Again: #nsa Mapping Social Connections of US Citizens - Slashdot
http://news.slashdot.org/story/13/09/29/0326239/snowden-strikes-again-nsa-mapping-social-connections-of-us-citizens

"The New York Times is reporting on yet another NSA revelation: for the last three years, the National Security Agency has been exploiting its huge collections of data to create sophisticated graphs of some Americans’ social connections that can identify their associates, their locations at certain times, their traveling companions and other personal information. ’The agency can augment the communications data with material from public, commercial and other sources, including bank (...)

#prism #surveillance #privacy

Reposted bywikileaksmr-absentia

August 23 2013

The New York Times and Manning's prison sentence - World Socialist Web Site

The New York Times and Manning’s prison sentence - World Socialist Web Site

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2013/08/23/nyti-a23.html

The New York Times and Manning’s prison sentence
By Thomas Gaist
23 August 2013

In an editorial published yesterday, “Bradley Manning’s Excessive Sentence,” the New York Times has endorsed the suppression of whistleblowers spearheaded by the Obama administration.

#wikileak #bradley_manning

August 15 2013

Socioeconomic Stress Leaves Lasting Scars (INFOGRAPHIC)

Socioeconomic Stress Leaves Lasting Scars (INFOGRAPHIC)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/15/socioeconomic-stress-_n_3761526.html?1376588471

The stress of poverty can have devastating effects on wellbeing — and when it occurs early in life, the scars are lasting and even deadly.

As Moises Velasquez-Manoff reported in an excellent story in the New York Times last month, people born at the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder, regardless of later-life outcomes, are more prone to illness and premature death because “the effects of early-life stress also seem to linger, unfavorably molding our nervous systems and possibly even accelerating the rate at which we age.”

Here are some of the ways poverty can hurt physical and emotional wellbeing. As the middle class continues to be replaced by wage-workers, a wider swath of Americans may face enduring disadvantages.

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#pauvreté #santé

August 09 2013

Why The New York Times doesn't have to sell | TIME.com

Why The New York Times doesn’t have to sell | TIME.com
http://swampland.time.com/2013/08/09/last-ones-standing

The Times, on the other hand, while building a hugely popular website, has not relied on web advertising to pay the bills. The company has gone directly to its readers, for whom the paper is a sign of identity and status—a luxury good they are willing to pay for. Jacking up prices (the Sunday newspaper retails for $5 now in New York and $6 a copy elsewhere), and targeting their demographic more and more precisely, the Times has been able to dampen its dependence on advertising while making paid circulation its principal source of revenue.

#presse #paywall

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