Tag Archives: Heidi Boghosian

When Nudity Is Contraband

99 Problems but a BAN on Frances Goldin Ain’t One By Greg Ruggiero WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2014 Every three months for over twenty years, legendary NYC literary agent and activist Frances Goldin would take a two-day trip to a maximum … Continue reading

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Cyber-Security Month: Sponsored by the U.S. Government

For whatever reason, October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (curiously sponsored by Homeland Security, ha, ha, ha HAHAHAHAH!!) and, ironically, it comes at a time when federal IT systems may be that much more vulnerable because of the government shutdown. … Continue reading

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Q&A with Heidi Boghosian, author of Spying on Democracy

“Heidi Boghosian’s Spying on Democracy is the answer to the question, ‘if you’re not doing anything wrong, why should you care if someone’s watching you?’”—Michael German, Senior Policy Counsel, ACLU and former FBI agent We talk to Heidi about the … Continue reading

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