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mkdir bookmarks
cd bookmarks
wget -x --force-html -i ../bookmarks.html
grep '\.xml' */*.html | sed 's/.*"\([^"]*\.xml\)".*/\1/'

#!/usr/bin/ruby -w

abort "Usage: rssgrab.rb [BOOKMARKS FILE]\n" if !ARGV[0]

bmf = File.open(ARGV[0],modstring="r")
while line = bmf.gets
line = /FEEDURL=\"https{0,1}:\/\/.*\.xml/.match(line).to_s
puts line.split('"')[1] unless line == ""
end

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A computer specialist is suing the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security after a controversial fingerprint-sharing program incorrectly identified him as an illegal immigrant and authorities ordered him detained in a maximum-security prison.

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It’s not the first time the body scanners, produced by Rapiscan and L-3 Communications, have come under attack. In a three-part series last year, Wired reported that, indeed, there were suspected security flaws with them. Even the Government Accountability Office — Congress’ investigative arm — said the devices might be ineffective. And the Journal of Transportation Security suggested terrorists might fool the Rapiscan machines by taping explosive devices to their stomachs.

The unclassified summary said the government has spent $87 million on the scanners, which includes $10 million for “installation and maintenance.” To quiet privacy concerns, the authorities are also spending $7 million to “remove the human factor from the image review process” and replace the passenger’s image with an avatar.

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ROSALIND PICARD'S eyes were wide open. I couldn't blame her. We were sitting in her office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab, and my questions were stunningly incisive. In fact, I began to suspect that I must be one of the savviest journalists she had ever met.

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