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U.S. surveillance programs threaten freedom of press, report says

A National Security Agency (NSA) data gathering facility is seen in Bluffdale, about 25 miles (40 kms) south of Salt Lake CityU.S. surveillance programs are making it more difficult for government officials to speak to the press anonymously, two rights groups said on Monday. Large-scale surveillance, on top of the Obama administration's crackdown on national security leaks, threatens the freedom of the press and the right to legal counsel, Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union said in a joint report. The National Security Agency's surveillance programs, which include the collection of telephone "metadata," have heightened government officials' concerns about dealing with the media, as "any interaction - any email, any phone call - risks leaving a digital trace that could subsequently be used against them," the report said.




Foreign buyers fuel concerns amid Miami luxury condo boom

File photo of the Miami skyline, pictured from a causeway on a rainy day in MiamiBy Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - As construction cranes crowd the coastline and developers strive to lure wealthy international buyers with brand name towers and lavish amenities, there are signs Miami’s latest condo boom has begun to slow and a possible oversupply could temper record prices. Since mid-2011, some 175 towers with more than 27,000 units have been proposed in Miami, says real estate analyst Peter Zalewski of CondoVultures. Florida led the nation for foreign buyers in the quarter ending in March, attracting 23 percent of $92.2 billion of nationwide sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. In the face of economic uncertainty and potentially higher taxes in Europe, Asia and Latin America, wealthy individuals are drawn to Miami's year-round sunshine and prices that are still low when compared with other global capitals.




Man found dead trapped between elevator and shaft wall in NYC

A man was found dead trapped between the outside of an elevator and the wall of the elevator shaft in a New York City apartment building on Monday morning, police said. Police found the body between the 18th and 19th floors of the building in the Bronx after responding to a 911 call an hour or so before dawn, according to a police statement.

2 questioned in search for Philly carjackers

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia's police commissioner says the manhunt for two men in a fatal carjacking is on hold as detectives question two people believed to have information.
  

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About CNSP - Sunday, October 28, 2007
CNSP has been an Internet service provider (ISP) for Twelve years. Our corporate office is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  CNSP provides traditional dial-up service, Broadband Wireless, Broadband DSL, Web Hosting, and Network Services. As a major ISP we provide high quality service and reliable connectivity with minimal drop-offs. CNSP is New Mexico's largest locally owned ISP and began offering Internet Service Nation Wide in 2001.

Along with providing Internet service for thousands of customers we also offer a number of other services: web hosting, web site design, domain registration, networking. 

For more information about CNSP contact us by phone at: 877-321-9165 or in Santa Fe at 505-986-1669 and Albuquerque at 505-896-4900.

 

  

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