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Assange Statement at Start of Bradley Manning Trial


As the Bradley Manning trial begins another exposure of massive US government intelligence gathering has just been exposed by Edward Snowden, an employee of Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, VA.  At the same time Julian Assange, under the protection of … Continue reading

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NSA Selects Utah for “Total Information Awareness” (TIA) Site


Long ago there was a program called “Total Information Awareness” supported by Adm John Poindexter.  Schematically it was conceived as the ultimate intelligence program that would unite all intelligence sources (telephone, video, wire transfer, fingerprint, income tax, and more) in … 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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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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