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While revelations of the unchecked authority of the NSA are blowing through international media, one group of tech-savvy cowboys are ducking their heads below the table and holding their breath. The DGSE, or Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure*, has … Continue reading
The Mariner would like to remind its readers that any projection about the results of tomorrow’s election is illegal. The law not only forbids mention on the major portals of published media, but even on your very personal Twitter and … Continue reading
Nearly two months ago, Free Mobile became the fourth mobile service provider in France. They offered two simple plans for costumers to choose from; they offered no smartphones at discounted prices; they didn’t even bother with paid advertising. And yet … Continue reading
The New York City prosecutors requested Monday that the rape case of Dominique Strauss-Kahn be dismissed, basing their decision on thorough background checks on the victim and her past, notably concerning her request for asylum from her native Guinea, (one … Continue reading