Bill to limit ‘Big Brother’ tracking advances in Utah by Lee Davidson The Salt Lake Tribune Published Mar 11, 2013 11:10AM MDT Senators moved Monday to limit what they worry increasingly could become “Big Brother” type tracking of where residents travel and when. It voted 28-0 to pass SB196, and sent it to the House. It allows governments to keep for only nine months data...
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A Story of Three Brothers This is a story of three brothers. The oldest brother was known as a real control freak. He wanted to know everything about everyone. He knew what was best for his family and he certainly didn't trust them to make their own choices. Let's call him Big Brother. The middle brother believed that everyone should do as they please, but not because he...
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A reality TV show like Big Brother Canada isn't exactly known for its stylish houseguests, but the show has grown in such popularity that the contestants deserve a little recognition for what they choose to wear in the house. Even if you don't care for the clothes, you can at least enjoy the hilarious antics, unforeseen plot twists and watch alliances form. Check out the...
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A judge won't stop the network from pursuing claims that ex-'Big Brother' producers violated trade secrets by creating an alleged copycat show on ABC.
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Restrictions on ‘Big Brother’ tracking approved by Lee Davidson The Salt Lake Tribune Published Mar 14, 2013 11:16AM MDT Legislators gave final approval Thursday to limit what they say could become more “Big Brother” type government tracking of where residents travel and when. They approved SB196 to allow governments to keep for only nine months data collected by license...
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A federal judge has thrown out for lack of evidence a long-pending bitterly fought lawsuit that pit a former Millcreek Township School District administrator, Maryann Anderson, against other former school officials.
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For the second time in three years, a U.S. federal judge has dismissed Viacom's $1 billion US copyright lawsuit against YouTube, saying the online video site doesn't have to police itself as long as it removes infringing videos when copyright owners give notice.
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The Dutch blazed a trail in reality TV by bringing us Big Brother. Now they are taking the genre to...
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Big Brother could be watching you, right here in Philadelphia, come Friday.
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A big brother you can trust to keep you safe, give you a hand and do right by you? Or a big brother who snoops, lies and bullies you in all corners of your life?
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