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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: 'I Apologize to the Victims' of Boston Marathon Bombing (Updated)

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Following a series of emotionally charged testimonials from survivors and relatives of victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, convicted co-perpetrator Dzhokhar Tsarnaev publicly apologized to them all during a court hearing at which he waited to be officially sentenced to death. UpdatedFollowing a series of emotionally charged testimonials from survivors and relatives of victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, convicted co-perpetrator Dzhokhar Tsarnaev publicly apologized before being sentenced to death.

Raising the Alarm Over Devices That Let Police Snoop Into Our Homes
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With the proliferation of technology allowing law enforcement agencies to observe people through walls, we may be entering an era where the word “transparency” takes on a new meaning.With the proliferation of technology allowing police to observe people through walls, we may be entering an era where the word “transparency” takes on a new meaning.

On Nerd Pain

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In response to a vulnerable personal comment on "nerd trauma and male privilege" published by MIT professor Scott Aaronson, New Statesman editor and columnist Laurie Penny wrote a compassionate and highly desirable essay on the experiences of pain, frustration and loneliness common to both nerdy males and females in general.

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