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Student expelled from public school for refusing to wear RFID tracker

Posted November 21st, 2012 by mjberns83
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In Texas, of all places, a high school student is expelled because she refused to wear the mandatory school-issued RFID trackers because they violate not only her privacy but also her religious beliefs.

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Governmental Secrecy: Shield for Tyranny, Incompetence, and Corruption

Governmental Secrecy: Shield for Tyranny, Incompetence, and Corruption

An essential pillar of democracy is openness. There is no way that people can meaningfully participate in government, even if only by voting for representatives, if they do not have access to accurate information related to government operations. This was well understood by the founders of the US and embedded in the Bill of Rights. Conversely, a salient characteristic of undemocratic systems of all types, such as Czarist Russia, the Soviet Union, and Nazi Germany is a high degree of governmental secrecy.

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DHS's New Scanner that can identify you in a matter of seconds.

Discusses the Department of Homeland Securities new sensor that they are developing/deploying. It claims it can read you on a molecular level, identify you, and determine any substances you have on you or have used. It can do all of this from a range of up to 50 meters. They claim it will go into deployment within 2 years, more likely a year.

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Let victims of crime track case online, says thinktank

Let victims of crime track case online, says thinktank

IPPR report calls for details on the progress of cases to be published to bolster public confidence in criminal justice system

TrackMyCrime, a pioneering website set up by Avon and Somerset police, was singled out for praise by the Institute for Public Policy Research. Photograph: Rob Wilkinson/Alamy

Victims of crime in England and Wales should be able to track their case online from the moment it is reported to the point when justice is served, a thinktank has said.

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CISPA passes House in unexpected last-minute vote

Posted April 27th, 2012 by Mattfree88
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CISPA passes House in unexpected last-minute vote

The House of Representatives has approved Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act with a vote count of 248-168. The bill is now headed for the Senate. President Barack Obama will be able to sign or cancel it pending Senate approval.

Initially slated to vote on the bill Friday, the House of Representatives decided to pass Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) Thursday after approving a number of amendments.

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House approves CISPA despite last-minute push by opponents

Posted April 27th, 2012 by Mattfree88
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House approves CISPA despite last-minute push by opponents

A last-minute push by critics of a bill that would allow Internet companies to open their networks to the Feds didn't work. The House approved CISPA by a 248-168 vote.

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How CISPA would affect you (faq)

Posted April 27th, 2012 by Mattfree88
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How CISPA would affect you (faq)

CISPA may have cleared the U.S. House of Representatives, but the fight isn't over. It's shifted to the U.S. Senate. Here's CNET's FAQ on what you need to know about this particularly controversial Internet bill.

It took a debate that stretched to nearly seven hours, and votes on over a dozen amendments, but the U.S. House of Representatives finally approved the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act on April 26.

Passions flared on both sides before the final vote on CISPA, which cleared the House by a comfortable margin of 248 to 168.

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Man tazed by park ranger for off-leash dogs, no ID

Posted January 31st, 2012 by phonon
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A Montara man walking two lapdogs off leash was hit with an electric-shock gun by a National Park Service ranger after allegedly giving a false name and trying to walk away, authorities said Monday.

Hesterberg, who said he didn't have identification with him, allegedly gave the ranger a false name, Levitt said.

Rancho Corral de Tierra has long been an off-leash walking spot for local dog owners. In December, the area became part of the national park system, which requires that all dogs be on a leash, Levitt said.

The ranger was trying to educate residents of the rule, Levitt said.

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Mistaken Identity

Posted January 16th, 2012 by LoveFreedomAndL...
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No Cash Society

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