Bill Clinton Wants President Obama To Uphold ‘Keep Your Plan’ Promise; DHS Installs Wi-Fi Trackers In Seattle; Iran Blames West For Deal Failure; Snowden Is Broke; Obamacare Enrolls Only 3 Percent Of Target; And More–Tuesday Morning News Roundup 11-12-2013

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Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.

  • President Barack Obama should change the healthcare law so that people can keep their existing health insurance plans, former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday. Source: The Hill… 

 

  • Strange new off-white boxes popping up in downtown Seattle use Wi-Fi networks that can record the last 1,000 locations of a person using his cellphone’s MAC address, but the Department of Homeland Security — which funded the network to the tune of $2.7 million dollars — has refused to address the nightmare privacy implications of a system that could lead to the permanent tracking of an entire city’s population. Source: Infowars… 

 

  • Iran’s foreign minister has blamed divisions between Western powers for the failure to agree a deal on its nuclear program on Saturday. Source: BBC… 

 

  • Nearly all the money U.S. secrets leaker Edward Snowden had since he fled the United States in May is gone, his attorney in Russia said. Source: UPI… 

 

  • President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform has reached only about 3 percent of its enrollment target for 2014 in 12 U.S. States where new online health insurance marketplaces are mostly working smoothly, a report released on Monday said. Source: Reuters… 

 

  • Oscar-winning director Ang Lee on Tuesday said that Chinese-language cinema could earn more revenue than Hollywood in 10 years’ time and does not need to broaden its appeal. Source: France 24…  

 

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