Day: August 18, 2013

Wikileaks have just released three insurance filesInteresting News

Wikileaks have just released three insurance files

WikiLeaks insurance 20130815 files: Wikileaks uploaded 3 more encrypted “insurance” files and posted the links on the Wikileaks Facebook page.
First Amendment rights not enough to stop feds from prosecuting polygraph operatorsInteresting News

First Amendment rights not enough to stop feds from prosecuting polygraph operators

US federal officials are investigating polygraph teachers who supposedly help job applicants fib their way through government lie detector tests.
Polybius: Video Game of DeathConspiracy or Not

Polybius: Video Game of Death

Polybius is a supposed arcade game featured in an Internet urban legend. According to the story, the Tempest-style game was
NSA to open new $60mln facility in N. Carolina university amid surveillance scrutinyBig Brother

NSA to open new $60mln facility in N. Carolina university amid surveillance scrutiny

While new disclosures this week have exposed inept oversight and gross privacy violations within the National Security Agency, news out
Ex-wife who triggered collapse of Birdsall engineering firm breaks her silenceRandom News

Ex-wife who triggered collapse of Birdsall engineering firm breaks her silence

When Julie Angarone met her husband Philip three years ago to talk about their impending divorce, she had no idea
Bloomberg seeks mandatory fingerprinting for NYC public housing residentsMore News

Bloomberg seeks mandatory fingerprinting for NYC public housing residents

The 620,000 residents living in public housing projects should be fingerprinted as a crime-prevention measure, said New York Mayor Michael
Fukushima apocalypse: Years of ‘duct tape fixes’ could result in millions of deathsFukushima

Fukushima apocalypse: Years of ‘duct tape fixes’ could result in millions of deaths

Even the tiniest mistake during an operation to extract over 1,300 fuel rods at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant
Pirate Bay decade: Fighting censorship, copyright monopolies bit by bitMore News

Pirate Bay decade: Fighting censorship, copyright monopolies bit by bit

Ten years on, The Pirate Bay has made it clear that no laws in the world can shut down a
Assange: ‘I am a big admirer of Ron Paul’Random News

Assange: ‘I am a big admirer of Ron Paul’

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange praised United States Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) and his father, Dr. Ron Paul, during an interview