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Police are too quick to grab for Taser's power, say critics

Tasers have been used locally to end violent standoffs and subdue suicidal people, but a Seattle Post-Intelligencer review found they're also being used routinely in far less threatening situations -- including against juveniles, pregnant women and people who have already been handcuffed.

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Anti-RFID outfit deflates Mexican VeriChip hype

Reports that 160 Mexican officials have had RFID chips implanted within their flesh in some bizarre "security" scheme have been exaggerated, Anti-RFID outfit CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering) says.

What Is the Euphemism for Censorship?

Though it seems like an antiquated topic of conversation by now, unfortunately it’s still here. The concept of “political correctness” has been known to me for as long as I can recall remembering anything political at all.

Canadian authorities have arrested US president George W. Bush in Ottawa. He has been charged with several offences under Canada's War Crimes Act.

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U.S. May Plan Offensive in Afghanistan

Thousands of U.S. soldiers are preparing an operation against Taliban insurgents to preempt an expected spring offensive which could upset plans for Afghan parliamentary elections, a senior American general said in an interview Tuesday.

Netherlands Hospital Euthanizes Babies

Raising the stakes in an excruciating ethical debate, a hospital in the Netherlands - the first nation to permit euthanasia - recently proposed guidelines for mercy killings of terminally ill newborns, and then made a startling revelation: It has already begun carrying out such procedures in a handful of cases and reporting them to the government.
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