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of The Corporation spotted in Cognitive Liberty
Is that a famous movie director wearing a cognitive liberty
Mark Achbar, director of the award-winning documentary,
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director Richard Glen Boire will be presenting at the
Boom Festival in Portugal from August 26-30, 2004.
Onion from ABCNews.com has published another article on a
cognitive liberty issue, and she cites Richard Glen Boire.
article by Stephanie Anderson about reader's rights in a post-Patriot Act
world-"Who's Reading over your
Shoulder"- is set to be included in a college textbook. This article was
previously published in The Humanist in 2002, and ran as in op-ed in
'Just Say No' Shot
By Stephanie Ramos, ABCNEWS.com, Aug. 19, 2004
British Experts Believe Answer to Drug Problem May Be to
"Under a program presented to British Parliament late last
month, children in "high risk situations"— those whose
family or socio-economic circumstances might make them more
susceptible to drug addictions — would be vaccinated against
highly addictive substances like cocaine, heroin and
By Harvey Rishikof and Michael Schrage, Slate, Aug.
"Psychopharmaceuticals and brain imaging could make prisoner
interrogation more humane. Should we use them?"
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test 'hardworking gene'
By Richard Black, BBC science correspondent, Aug. 12,
"Scientists in the United States have found a way of
turning lazy monkeys into workaholics using gene therapy."
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