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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday December 2, 2013.
The health site reset is having its hiccups. The site may be improved slightly but there are still a lot of problems. In fact, CNN’s first test of the upgraded site ended in failure when the site crashed on them.
A new story says that Australia’s government offered to share the private information of its own citizens with their major allies.
The Australian intelligence agency, then known as the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD), indicated it could share bulk material without some of the privacy restraints imposed by other countries, such as Canada.
“DSD can share bulk, unselected, unminimised metadata as long as there is no intent to target an Australian national,” notes from an intelligence conference say. “Unintentional collection is not viewed as a significant issue.”
An abortionist who kept the bodies of 36 aborted children in plastic bags in a storage facility was found dead after he had a stroke and drowned in his shower.
Apparently it may be difficult for prosecutors to get the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Wow.
In a terrifying story from Britain, a pregnant Italian woman who was institutionalized after having a panic attack, awoke to a startling discovery. She had been sedated, undergone a C-section and had her baby taken from her all without her consent.
A scientist from the University of Georgia has hypothesized that humans evolved from the dalliance of a male pig and a female chimpanzee. Um, yuck.
Paul Walker, an actor who became famous for his role in the movie series the Fast & the Furious, was killed in a one car accident on Saturday.
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