A.M. Links: NSA Looking to Universities for Cyber Ops, Facebook IPO Lawsuits, Lawmakers Target Anonymous Online Speech


  • The NSA is teaming up with select universities to find "quality cyber operators".

  • Less than a week as a publicly-listed company and Facebook is already facing several lawsuits over its IPO. The stock is also down 18%.
  • New York lawmakers want to ban anonymous online speech, because it's mean.
  • A New Orleans painting contractor has spent nearly four years trying to get the police to return a handgun they confiscated from him. The ACLU is now involved.
  • The Secret Service said there were no security breaches resulting from agents hiring prostitutes in a coastal Colombian town earlier this year.
  • Over the next two days Egypt will be voting for a president.

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