How to think about drones—an in-depth and fairly balanced article by Mark Bowden on drone strikes and the politics behind them.
In the long run, careful adherence to the law matters more than eliminating another bad actor. Greater prudence and transparency are not just morally and legally essential, they are in our long-term interest, because the strikes themselves feed the anti-drone narrative, and inspire the kind of random, small-scale terror attacks that are bin Laden’s despicable legacy.
An excellent article that explodes the ludicrous myth that terrorists like to go around taking pictures of potential targets so therefore photographers are dangerous.
The police in the UK seem to have problems distinguishing between "tourists" and "terrorists". East mistake to make, I guess.
I know it's childish but I think this may be my favourite 404 page ever.
No, this is not a joke. This really is the DCI Counterterrorist Center "Terrorist Buster" logo. Un. Be. Lievable.
Brighton's Lomokev narrowly avoids a 30 day jail stretch without trial... a fellow commuter thought his beard looked suspicious and reported him to the police.
Worst. Error message. Ever.
Dave Gorman tells of being stopped under the Prevention of Terrorism Act while taking pictures of Battersea Power Station. It's all very civilised. One of the coppers uses Flickr herself.
Send your battered old copy of 1984 to the Oakland Tribune. When they get 537 copies, they will be sent to every member of the House of Representatives and Senate.
I know what I want for Christmas.
He took a picture of a building. Note the tick next to terrorism.
Spot the anachronism from the forthcoming movie, Good Night And Good Luck.
A truly frightening description of what can happen to any person in Britain today.
BBC coverage of the bomb blasts in London
A photo pool of pictures relating to the bomb blasts in London today.
The Guardian blog is keeping a running update on events in London.
A Wikipedia entry on today's bombings is proving to be a valuable resource.