Does /news/ think Smith's resignation as head of the department of work and pensions will have major repercussions for the Conservative party? Cameron is already having to come out to defend himself after Smith's attacks while on Marr, Osborne looks to be in a terrible position with opposition mounting in his own party.
Will Labour be able to capitalise on this? Yougov had their first poll with Labour with a one point lead a few days previous to the budget, though it should be added that Yougov's online polling... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has nothing to do with terrorism
>A while back, we noted a report showing that the “sneak-and-peek” provision of the Patriot Act that was alleged to be used only in national security... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>31021 Nah we actually had a few threads about this a few weeks ago but they are probably archived by now. Still relevant though imo. It turns out that this move by the US government comes in tandem with similar moves by the British GCHQ and the German Government equivalent. Probably in other allied countries as well but we just don't hear anything about it in our press.
The only Trump could possibly win before the convention is if Kasich stays in. Kasich staying in the race will just make more states like Illinois, where Kasich and Cruz had about the same number of votes, and combined had more votes than Trump, but were both completely crushed.
Kasich staying in is a win-win-win. Either Trump wins enough to win it outright (which according to the delegate math, he's still on track to do, not sure where this brokered- sorry "open" convention talk is coming from) thanks to Kasich taking #NeverTrump votes OR he has so many... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>30315 This was big news indeed. The whole Google GO thing was probably a way to convince the average Korean that spending is justified. And, while the spending is justified indeed, it's a scary amount. Lots and lots of academics will be working on this.
>>30477 >When your account is closed you also lose access to the Amazon Prime on-demand film streaming service, and if you have paid £79 for an annual subscription the money is lost. This just goes to show that you NEED to read those TOS agreements you just scroll through and click 'Agree' on. Some of those will literally sign away rights to any intellectual property you make on the service or program.
Anybody here heard of John Lang, a man who whose house was stalked by random groups of people after he because exposing the corruptness of the Fresno Police department? This all happened in January of this year, reaching it's end when he was found in his house either stabbed to death or dead from smoke inhalation (his house had also been sat on fire). You can find footage of his stalking ordeal here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTMl9Ncxd-jhZ81s4z3XA6w/videos
>Ride-hailing service Uber has ordered at least 100,000 autonomous S-Class Mercedes Benz cars, says reports.
>Autonomous cars are expected to hit the roads not before 2020 but they will save Uber a lot of money spent on drivers. According to sources familiar with the matter, Uber has been shopping for self-driving cars and has now placed orders... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Analysts suggest that by 2020 the autonomous car technology market will be worth $25 billion. Companies may be ready to launch autonomous cars by 2020 but analysts believe that these cars will not make their way to the roads until 2025 or 2030 due to government regulatory hurdles.
>Individual countries and states in America have different laws for testing self-driving cars. In 2011, Nevada passed a law that allowed testing of autonomous vehicles there. Auto industry experts suggest that regulators are very likely to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Neither Uber nor Mercedes has commented on the 100,000 Mercedes S-Class car orders. However, it is not a secret that Uber is also pursuing its own self-driving technology. Uber has also announced the expansion of its Pittsburgh facility, which will be used for testing driverless cars.
>Uber's business model relies heavily on drivers using their own vehicles. Ordering 100,000 autonomous cars is definitely a change of business model, which may help the company in reducing the cost-per-mile and also address the assaults... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Donald Trump has called them thugs, professional organizers and supporters of Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders.
>But the protesters who have stepped up their actions against the Republican presidential front-runner are a disparate group from different walks of life, with no national organization to speak of. They assemble through a patchwork of Facebook pages and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Bailey said his group watched a similar protest staged by a sister organization in St. Louis on Friday as well as other protests to see if there were lessons to be learned.
>“We want to learn what works as far as, especially, going inside and disrupting rallies,” he said.
>Using smaller groups of protesters to enter rallies and station themselves around the venue, as well as staggering the disruptions to maximize their duration, are some of the strategies that seem to work best,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>It happened just days before five nominating primaries on Tuesday in which Trump, 69, is trying to cement his lead over his remaining Republican rivals – U.S. Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida and Ohio Governor John Kasich.
>Trump’s Republican and Democratic rivals accused him of sowing tension with divisive rhetoric. But on Sunday, he said: “I don’t accept responsibility. I do not condone violence in any shape.”
>He called the protesters professional... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The threat of violence affected Trump personally on Saturday. Secret Service officers rushed on stage to protect Trump when a man broke through a security barrier at a rally in Ohio. Trump said the man “was looking to do harm.”
>Some in the Trump camp believe the protesters’ actions in Chicago will benefit their candidate by galvanizing his supporters.
>“Some people were energized,” said Michael McKinney, 47, as he attended a Trump rally in Ohio with his family on Sunday.
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