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Even though The X-Files was a geek culture staple of the '90s , its riveting plots and peculiar characters seem like they were made for the Internet, especially when you shrink them down to miniature size. Los Angeles-based Digital Producer and X-Files fan Tori , who chose to keep her last name stay anonymous, took on her nerdy side project, a series of photos called The Miniature X-Files Office , after being inspired by an X-Files -themed art show. Tori told Mashable, "At first, I started making the scenes just as an excuse to take pictures of the office. But then I realized these little silly scenarios were just as much fun."

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Sony Hackers Invoke 9/11 in Threat Against Theaters Showing The Interview; Former Studio Employees File Class-Action Lawsuit
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As if there wasn't enough to feel sorry for Sony over. Along with another clump of stolen files, the group that has claimed responsibility for the hacking that has Hollywood rattled sent a warning message this morning regarding the "Christmas gift" it previously promised to those responsible for the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy The Interview. Meanwhile, two former Sony employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against the studio in federal court on behalf of themselves and others "similarly situated," alleging that Sony failed to competently protect their personal information. Among the personal data stolen and leaked by the hackers: Social Security numbers, salary information, health care records, severance package details and many private emails.

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Obama Proposes $263 Million for Community Policing Reforms After Ferguson Meeting
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Obama Requests Millions for Police Body Cameras
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The White House on Monday proposed $263 million in funding for police body cameras and training as the administration wrestles with a federal response to unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. The announcement comes as Obama holds a series of meetings with law enforcement personnel, civil rights leaders and Cabinet officials to discuss possible reforms to ease mistrust towards police, particularly in minority communities. Read More

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