Editorial: Ethics and torture in U.S. practices

Last week, Newsweek reported that top psychologists in the American Psychological Association collaborated with the Bush administration for “enhanced interrogation techniques.”

Clegg: Modern warfare

Today, almost can anything can be done online: order food, pay your bills, hold a conversation, make public your current state of being (thanks, Twitter), and even find employment without ever getting out of bed (not to mention your pajamas).

Silber: Think about the sharks

When I was around 6 years old, water in video games scared the living crap out of me. I had a constant fear of something popping out of the water and eating me, and that thought scared me so much that my brother had to play the water levels for me.

Fischer: Gagged with the law

Just last week, a new censorship law went into effect in Spain that has much of its citizens up in arms. Referred to as the “gag” law, its main purpose is to target “illegal downloading” and repeated access of websites that “allegedly promote terrorism and violent protest.”

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