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US consumers lose privacy protections for their web browsing history

Internet history no longer private in USUS politicians voted Tuesday to kill privacy rules meant to prevent internet service providers (ISPs) from selling users’ web browsing histories and app usage histories to advertisers.

The planned protections, proposed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and scheduled to take effect by the end of 2017, would have forced ISPs to get people’s consent before hawking their data.

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Supreme court sides with death row inmate who claims intellectual disability

SCOTUS sides with disabled inmateThe supreme court on Tuesday sided with a Texas death row inmate who claims he should not be executed because he is intellectually disabled.

The justices, by a 5-3 vote, reversed a Texas appeals court ruling that said inmate Bobby James Moore was not intellectually disabled.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in her majority opinion that Texas’s top criminal appeals court ignored current medical standards and required use of outdated criteria when it decided Moore isn’t mentally disabled. That ruling removed a legal hurdle to Moore’s execution for the shotgun slaying of a Houston grocery store clerk in 1980.

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U.S. Attorney’s Office Under Investigation After 700 Lawyers Were Spied On in Prison

US attorneys listened in on defense attorneysA court-appointed investigator has found that the United States Attorney’s Office for Kansas is in possession of hundreds of phone and video recordings of communications between attorneys and their clients, inmates at a privately run prison facility in Leavenworth.

At least 700 attorneys are believed to have been recorded without their knowledge, the investigator’s report submitted to a federal court said. Last week Special Master David Cohen asked to expand his probe to determine whether prosecutors regularly listened to and compiled attorney-client conversations. Already, 227 phone call recordings and at least 30 videos of attorney-client meetings have been discovered in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Kansas City.

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One killed, 14 injured in shooting at Cincinnati nightclub

Cincinnatti shootingPolice in Cincinnati said one person was killed and 14 injured during an early morning shooting inside a popular nightclub.

Cincinnati Police Department Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate confirmed on Twitter that 15 people were shot, one fatally, during the incident just after 1 a.m. at the Cameo Night Club, a large, warehouse-style dance club in the East End neighborhood.

Neudigate said the motive behind the shooting remained unclear early Sunday, but there were "no indications this incident is terrorism related."

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Asked about Manhattan murder, de Blasio says 'dynamic of hatred' is 'clearly' linked to Trump

Bill DeblasioMayor Bill de Blasio is calling what police said was a racially-motivated murder of a black Manhattan resident by a white man who traveled to the city from Baltimore an "act of domestic, racist terrorism."

And he believes that "a dynamic of hatred" is growing in America that "is clearly related to the rhetoric of Donald Trump and even other candidates during the presidential election.”

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Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee granted U.S. asylum

Amos Yee granted asylumThe United States granted asylum to a blogger who was twice jailed in Singapore for expressing critical views of religion and the country's leaders.

A U.S. immigration judge described Amos Yee, 18, as a "young political dissident" and granted his asylum application. Yee had been held at a Chicago detention center since December after he was stopped from entering the country when officials learned about his plans to seek asylum.

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The Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of A Special Education Student

Supreme Court Justice RobertsSchool districts must give students with disabilities the chance to make meaningful, "appropriately ambitious" progress, the Supreme Court said Wednesday in an 8-0 ruling.

The decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District could have far-reaching implications for the 6.5 million students with disabilities in the United States.

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