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Jessie Godderz expresses gratitude for 'Big Brother' show on CBS

Actor and wrestler Jessie Godderz (known as "Mr. PEC-Tacular") expressed his gratitude for the hit reality show "Big Brother" on social media.

Review: Surviving doesn’t come easy in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the second chapter in a story that gets more mysterious; archival footage from a historical event; the conclusion to a trilogy about an unlikely friendship; an amusing rom-com; and an exceptional story of survival.

Jessie Godderz of 'Big Brother' wins OVW Television Championship

Professional wrestler and actor Jessie Godderz (known as Mr. Pec-Tacular) has a major reason to celebrate. He was the winner of the OVW Television Championship.

New consumer app to control biometric information: Q&A Special have developed a consumer app to help people control how others can use their biometric information - particularly for facial recognition technologies. Arturo Falck, the co-founder and CEO of explains more.

Big Brother's Morgan Willett talks new music video, future goals Special

TV host Morgan Willett ("Big Brother" winner) chatted with Digital Journal about working with Jessie Godderz and Jeff Timmons on the music video for "The Girl is With Me."

Op-Ed: Canada's military wants to be Orwellian Big Brother

Ottawa - Canada's military wants to monitor social media streams 24/7 on popular sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram, but not in Canada — only from "non-democratic" states outside of Canada.

FBI's flawed facial recognition program fully operational

Civil right and privacy advocates are concerned over the FBI's recent announcement that a flawed facial recognition software program is now fully operational.

Philadelphia GameStop fingerprinting people who trade in games

Philadelphia - GameStop stores in Philadelphia will be required to fingerprint people who trade in used games as a way to assist local law enforcement.

Man claims to have lived on Mars for the last 17 years

An ex-marine under the pseudonym name of Captain Kaye claims he has spent the last 17 years living on Mars defending the human colonies from martians.

Sam Evans: Big Brother champ 'proud' of his Queen's Baton relay

Llanelli - Llanelli lad and 2013 "Big Brother" champion Sam Evans has spoken about being included in the Queen's Baton Relay currently making its way across the UK ahead of this year's Commonwealth Games.

Op-Ed: How close are we to 1984?

With every step in the march towards tyranny, some muffled voice in the media decries the move as “Orwellian.” It happens so often that George Orwell’s novel may have lost its power as a cautionary tale.

US police departments conduct warrantless spying on citizens Special

Tallahassee - As the battle over the notion of warrantless spying rages on Capitol Hill, it was revealed that local police departments are engaging in similar dragnets and refusing to disclose that the technology was used, even to judges during court proceedings.

13-year-old defies ‘big brother’ and refuses to be fingerprinted Special

Cardiff - Since 2012, over 800,000 children have had their biometric data taken by the government in the United Kingdom via the school system. One 13-year-old girl is refusing to comply with the demands.

Evander Holyfield’s son defends dad after remarks on sexuality

Former world boxing champion Evander Holyfield has been defended by his son after he made controversial remarks about sexual orientation on a the UK reality TV show.

Boy George criticises Evander Holyfield over TV sexuality remarks

Gay singer-songwriter Boy George has taken to Twitter to express his annoyance at former boxing world champion Evander Holyfield’s remarks about sexual orientation.

NSA reportedly bugs intercepted laptops purchased online

A new report found that the NSA, in collaboration with the CIA and FBI, routinely intercepts shipping deliveries for laptops or other computer accessories in order to implant bugs before they reach their destinations.

Llanelli lad Sam Evans crowned 2013 Big Brother UK winner

Young Welshman Sam Evans last night became the UK champion of the 2013 series of the popular the reality-TV show, Big Brother, as predicted by the bookmakers.

Llanelli’s Sam Evans favourite to win Big Brother UK 2013

Llanelli's Sam Evans is favourite to win tonight's Big Brother final, bookmakers predict, with Dexter Koh coming a close second.

Big Brother viewer backlash before ‘Safe House’ eviction tonight

Television viewers have been venting their anger at Channel 5 over the recent “eviction twist” in the current series of the reality-TV series, Big Brother.

Big Brother: Sam Evans wished well by Carmarthen work colleagues

Carmarthen - Sam Evans, one of the current favourites to win the latest series of Big Brother, has been given the thumbs up by his colleagues at work.

FBI: Government has used surveillance drones in the U.S.

At a Senate hearing carried out today, FBI director Robert Mueller gave testimony stating that the U.S. government has used surveillance drones on American soil.

Op-Ed: Should we learn to live with Total Surveillance?

One of the biggest worries of civil liberties groups over many decades has been the development of a total surveillance state. But there are benefits too, and total surveillance works both ways.

'Camover' game destroys CCTV cameras in Germany (video)

Berlin - As the number of CCTV surveillance cameras increases in Germany, a game called "Camover" has been created where players are encouraged to destroy the intrusive cameras and record their actions on video.

Op-Ed: A left-wing view of George Orwell

George Orwell is rightly regarded as one of the greatest literary figures of the Twentieth Century. Needless to say, not everybody is impressed with his terrible insights into human nature and the threat of the all-controlling state.

US cities installing audio surveillance systems on public buses

At least eight US cities are quietly installing sophisticated audio surveillance systems on public buses, raising concerns about creeping government intrusion on citizens' privacy and civil liberties.

Op-Ed: Hurricane Sandy -- Hints of Orwellian Agendas

New York - Instructions and orders issued by the authorities before Hurricane Sandy slammed the East Coast had overtones of Orwellian intentions, and the public shaming of free will could be a sign of things to come.

Op-Ed: Big Brother is watching you — in the john

CCTV has been responsible for bringing many serious criminals, including murderers, to book. But even many of its more enthusiastic supporters believe surveillance should end at the toilet door.

Big Brother UK: Luke Anderson Wins

A man who was born a woman, Luke Anderson, 31, has been crowned the winner of Big Brother UK. Anderson said it was great to feel accepted.

Op-Ed: Training to beat the Snoopers' Charter

The Open Rights Group is offering free training seminars for British citizens who want to preserve Internet freedom. It's time for other countries to follow suit.

Big Brother UK: Chris and Aron face the public vote

On Tuesday Big Brother housemates nominated Arron and Chris. This means that the two are now facing the public vote and one of them will leave on Friday.
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