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New Ten Commandments: The Right to Privacy from Alice Nelson on Vimeo. I was commissioned alongside nine other directors to contribute to a feature length documentary celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Produced by Lansdowne Productions and SDI Productions for BBC Scotland and Creative Scotland. The Right to Privacy was the piece I produced based on the story of one man and his relationship with his bike. The other directors on the New Ten Commandments project were Kenny Glenaan, Douglas Gordon, Mark Cousins, Tilda Swinton, Nick Higgins, Irvine Welsh, Sana […]

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The Deep Web Explained by Keanu Reeves from Duncan Elms on Vimeo. Tweet

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“I originally set up in the middle of the street but was told by an officer that I was going to go to jail if I kept playing and that I couldn’t play in the street,” Pittman posted on his YouTube page. “I then asked if I could just move it back to the sidewalk and the officer said yes. So I did.” Dozens of people are seen in the video cheering for Pittman during his performance. After he was done, Neptune Beach police officers are seen in the video approaching him. Neptune Beach Police […]

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Can your fitness bracelet be used against you in a court of law? The Fitbit has already been utilized in one case in Canada. Is this an invasion of privacy? “It turns out that a fitness tracker can do more to betray you than showing your friends and families you’re a couch potato. It can also undermine your claims about being a victim of a crime. In March, a Florida woman traveled to Lancaster, Pennsylvania where she stayed at her boss’s home, reports ABC 27. On a Tuesday, police were called to the home where […]

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President Obama is poised for one of the biggest victories of his second term after the Senate voted Tuesday to advance legislation enhancing his trade powers. The Senate’s 60-37 vote sets the stage for passage on Wednesday of the trade-promotion authority (TPA) bill, or fast-track, which House GOP leaders ushered through the lower chamber last week. If the Senate approves the measure, as expected, it heads to the White House for Obama’s signature. After the vote, liberal trade opponents on and off Capitol Hill acknowledged fast-track is all but certain to become law, throwing in […]

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