Day: July 9, 2013

Homeland Security has considered weaponizing domestic drones to ‘immobilize’ peopleInteresting News

Homeland Security has considered weaponizing domestic drones to ‘immobilize’ people

By Ryan Gallagher Drones in the United States are currently only authorized to be used for surveillance purposes. But that
NSA controls global Internet traffic via private fiber-optic cablesBig Brother

NSA controls global Internet traffic via private fiber-optic cables

Deals brokered between federal agents and foreign corporations have allowed the United States government to easily intercept and interpret a
Office of high-profile whistleblower lawyer burglarizedInteresting News

Office of high-profile whistleblower lawyer burglarized

The Dallas law office representing a State Department whistleblower was broken into and robbed during the first weekend of July.
Bin Laden raid files deleted from Pentagon computers, sent to CIAInteresting News

Bin Laden raid files deleted from Pentagon computers, sent to CIA

The nation’s top special operations commander ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout to
DC police want real time monitoring for hundreds of surveillance camsBig Brother

DC police want real time monitoring for hundreds of surveillance cams

Police in Washington, DC currently have hundreds of surveillance cameras deployed across the nation’s capital, but law enforcement is looking
Secret TPP Deal Would Void DemocracyMore News

Secret TPP Deal Would Void Democracy

By Jane Slaughter Many people know NAFTA has cost U.S. workers 700,000 jobs. But how many know another effect was
Man Dies From Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Seawater Gets Into Open WoundFood & Health News

Man Dies From Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Seawater Gets Into Open Wound

A Louisiana man died after contracting flesh-eating bacteria while fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. The Town Talk reports the
IRS published online thousands of Social Security numbersEconomy & Money

IRS published online thousands of Social Security numbers

The Internal Revenue Service mistakenly exposed as many as 2,319 Social Security numbers by posting them on the Internet, which
Venezuela confirms receipt of Snowden asylum requestMore News

Venezuela confirms receipt of Snowden asylum request

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has confirmed that his country received an official request for asylum from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden
Insurance companies to drop Kansas schools allowing firearms on campusesRandom News

Insurance companies to drop Kansas schools allowing firearms on campuses

An insurance company currently providing coverage for the vast majority of Kansas school districts is refusing to renew coverage for
Obama Supporters Sign Petition to Repeal the BILL OF RIGHTS?Random News

Obama Supporters Sign Petition to Repeal the BILL OF RIGHTS?

It’s just sad how easily he got people to sign without questioning anything. It’s really unbelievable!
Egypt to vote on new parliament by FebruaryRandom News

Egypt to vote on new parliament by February

Egypt is to vote on a new parliament in six months, after amendments to the constitution are approved in a