Are you an activist? Have you ever broken a story using social networking? Twitter and Facebook are tools many of us use on a regular basis to speak to our friends, our family, and even people with the same ideals. Many times people seem to forget that their friends and family are not the only ones monitoring what they are saying.
This morning there was a Congressional hearing where the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) discussed their social media monitoring project.Read more »
t’s a scary thought, having the Internet forcibly shut off for you. But it’s just what some Fortune 500 companies and government agencies could face as the Federal Bureau of Investigation tries to get rid of an extremely malicious computer virus...Read more »
The FBI has put out a series of flyers to let you know how you can spot an insurgent/terrorist/extremist.It’s their handy dandy lists that citizens can refer to in case one needs help deciding whether to report their neighbor who seems to be buying an awful lot of groceries lately.Read more »
Guess that's what they get for working for the state...Read more »
LA Beaches ban footballs, frisbees, sand digging... No fun allowed!Read more »
(Reuters)-A Colorado student faced misdemeanor charges on Wednesday for flinging glitter toward Mitt Romney. Video (http://youtube.com/watch?v=jPKHW6IlRHs) of the incident shows Romney shaking hands with supporters in an auditorium when the glitter is thrown at him and Secret Service agents usher him away.Read more »
Or am I paranoid? Has this happened to you? They can probably get away with small sites they thinkRead more »
A team of researchers at the University of California at San Francisco say sugar should be identified alongside alcohol and tobacco as a health danger, and governments should tax sweetened drinks and food as part of their efforts to combat it.
Best Quote: "We're not talking prohibition, we're not advocating a major imposition of the government into people's lives. We're talking about gentle ways to make sugar consumption slightly less convenient"Read more »
Seven days a week you can find hundreds of people doing yoga on Venice Beach. There's no sign-up and no charge. Now Sarasota County officials say some regulation may be needed, and that's not sitting well with many of the yoga enthusiasts. Both county officials and Larsen met Tuesday morning. Afterwards, the county told ABC 7 they support yoga on the beach, however Larsen may soon start having to pay them at $13.50 per hour, which in return will guarantee her the space there.Read more »
Should sugar be controlled and taxed? Read more here:Read more »
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