Category Archives: Privacy

Privacy: You, too, can become an Informer


I use an antivirus program because I don’t like nasty people infecting my computer.   I use Tor (a program that bounces my searches around among many other sites) to obscure my activities so other malefactors who might just nosy … Continue reading

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30 Reasons to Surrender


This is a growth industry that must be preserved.  Aside from our balance of payments we are educating tomorrow’s governments on how to maintain a firm hand in maintaining order.   All talk radio shows should be recorded to identify … Continue reading

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Carrier IQ and How it Affects your Privacy and How it Exposes You to First Amendment Jeopardy


More on Carrier IQ, which collects information about your cell phone, your call experience, dropped calls, location, and other information limited only by the imagination of the intelligence specialists of the FBI, CIA, NSA, and other interested parties. http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2011/1 … … Continue reading

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Big Brother Re-Kits CIQ for 2nd Decade of the Century


A free market in a new industry quickly learns the avenues of exploitation.  There may be a general notion of what is right and wrong but unless an activity is explicitly prohibited it can be difficult (if not impossible) to … Continue reading

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What Facebook knows about you and what kind of underwear you favor.


This is another commentary on the current state of our society and why people are occupying Wall Street.  My position is that most of our world is managed, not by the people being governed, but by those with access to … Continue reading

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Privacy Rights in Europe Examined


On Its Own, Europe Backs Web Privacy Fights By SUZANNE DALEY, Published: August 9, 2011  MADRID — All 90 people wanted information deleted from the Web.  Among them was a victim of domestic violence who discovered that her address could easily be … Continue reading

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Progressive Social Control in a Reactionary Society


It is a hallmark of sentient beings to be curious.  Perhaps none is more curious than man. “Knowledge is Power,” is attributed to Sir Francis Bacon a while ago and it certainly has legs compared to “Arbeit Macht Frei.” We … Continue reading

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