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May 02 12:52

Scalia's Dead, Now Supreme Court Grants FBI Remote Access to Any Computer in the US

Justice Scalia, love him or hate him, was perhaps the most staunchly Constitutional Supreme Court justice we had.

Now he’s dead and not even two months later, the Supreme Court has approved new rules that would allow the FBI to not only hack any computer in the U.S., but around the globe. Legally.

And it isn’t just limited to crime suspects who they get a warrant against...

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May 02 11:46

U.S. Senator Calls For Federal Investigation Of Billboards Spying On The Public

By Nicholas West

As we move more obviously into a Minority Report-style world, it still remains to be seen just how far the public is willing to let technology intrude upon their everyday lives.

One area that seems to be generating increased concern is the use of biometrics and mobile phone location data to identify shopping habits...

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May 02 11:14

FOR INDIANA VOTERS - HILLARY THE SPY?

Let us start with an historical fact. Treason and betrayal by the highest levels is a common feature of history, whether it is Judas vs Jesus, Brutus vs Julius Caesar, Benedict Arnold, the Rosenbergs, Jonathan Pollard, Aldrich Ames, Robert Hanssen. It is just a fact of life. It does happen.

Back in 1996, when Bill Clinton was running for re-election, he authorized the transfer of highly sensitive technology to China. This technology had military applications and allowed China to close the gap in missile performance with the United States. The transfers were opposed and severely criticized by the Defense Department.

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May 02 10:58

'Spying Billboards' Under Fire for Tapping Into People's Cellphones

A U.S. senator is calling for a federal investigation into an outdoor advertising company's latest effort to target billboard ads to specific consumers.

New York Sen. Charles Schumer has dubbed Clear Channel Outdoor Americas' so-called RADAR program "spying billboards," warning the service may violate privacy rights by tracking people's cell phone data via the ad space.

"A person's cellphone should not become a James Bond-like personal tracking device for a corporation to gather information about consumers without their consent," Schumer, a Democrat, said in a statement ahead of a planned news conference Sunday in Times Square, where the company operates billboards.

But the company, which operates more than 675,000 billboards throughout the world, argues that characterization of its program is inaccurate, insisting it only uses anonymous data collected by other companies.

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No, there has to be a unique identifier assigned to those being tracked to coordinate the ads.

Now, I personally don't have a problem with this. If I have to look at billboards anyway I prefer them to be for something I find interesting. However there are two problems. The first is that people like myself who browse subjects for news sites may build up a totally inaccurate ad profile. Second (and of more concern) people riding with you may infer things about your private life from the billboards being show to you.

May 02 09:13

GOOGLE AI GAINS ACCESS TO 1.2M CONFIDENTIAL NHS PATIENT RECORDS

Google has been given access to huge swatches of confidential patient information in the UK, raising fears yet again over how NHS managers view and handle data under their control. In an agreement uncovered by the New Scientist, Google and its DeepMind artificial intelligence wing have been granted access to current and historic patient data at three London hospitals run by the Royal Free NHS Trust, covering 1.6 million individuals.

May 02 08:41

Warning: Windows 10 updates being forced on users

Attention all computer users who have Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, you are in eminent danger from the new Microsoft policy to automatically download and install Windows 10 without your permission.

I have received numerous calls about Windows 10 just appearing on users’ computers, and none of them had requested the Windows 10 update. Many users complained that it is not clear how to use this system as many items appear to be missing, including anti-spyware programs. But, more importantly, many computers have been left with no working operating system at all!

Apparently the Windows 10 update failed for some unknown reason, and now many of those computers will not start in either Windows 7 mode or Windows 8 mode.

May 02 08:24

Google AI gains access to 1.2m confidential NHS patient records

Google has been given access to huge swatches of confidential patient information in the UK, raising fears yet again over how NHS managers view and handle data under their control.

In an agreement uncovered by the New Scientist, Google and its DeepMind artificial intelligence wing have been granted access to current and historic patient data at three London hospitals run by the Royal Free NHS Trust, covering 1.6 million individuals.

That would include any chronic illness people may be suffering from and the circumstances over why they were admitted – for example, if they have suffered a drug overdose. The agreement provides Google with access to data going back five years and is far more expansive than expected.

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May 01 10:57

Five of six F-35 fighter jets were unable to take off during testing because of software glitches but the Air Force still plans to declare the aircraft combat-ready this year

Out of the six Air Force F-35 fighter jets, only one was able to successfully take off during a recent exercise that left the other five grounded due to 'immature systems and software'.

The F-35s, which are the world's most sophisticated and most expensive warplanes, were being tested for readiness but only one of the $100 million Lockheed Martin planes was able to boot its software and get itself airborne, according to Flight Global.

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Apr 30 08:35

FBI bought $1m iPhone 5C hack, but doesn't know how it works

The FBI doesn’t know how the hack used to unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5C works, and yet it paid in the region of $1m for the mechanism, which can used again to unlock any other iPhone 5C running iOS 9, according to reports.

Apr 30 07:39

US govt quietly tweaks rules to let cops, Feds hack computers anywhere, anytime

On Thursday the US Supreme Court approved a change to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. It sounds innocuous, but the effects will be felt around the world. Under today's rules, US cops and FBI agents need to know where a computer is before they can get a warrant to directly hack the machine – because they have to ensure the judge and court they approach for the warrant has geographical jurisdiction over the physical location of the computer. In other words, a district judge can't issue a search warrant against someone outside her district

Apr 30 00:32

28 percent of people say they don't trust Facebook at all

Technically Incorrect: In a new poll, people merrily admit to giving Facebook their data while in the same breath saying they don't trust the site.

Apr 29 12:17

OREGON INTELLIGENCE COP SPIED ON DIRECTOR OF STATE CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICE FOR TWEETING BLACK LIVES MATTER

In Oregon, these toxic ingredients combined to produce racist, illegal surveillance of a government employee’s First Amendment protected speech. Specifically, a police intelligence officer assigned to the local “fusion center” compiled a report on the Director of the state Department of Justice’s Civil Rights division’s tweets, warning his superiors that the civil rights Director’s commentary about police violence against Black Americans constituted threats to law enforcement. The memo describing these tweets was ultimately passed to the Attorney General, who immediately called for its author to be put on leave and commissioned an independent investigation. The results of that investigation were published in an April 6, 2016 report. The remarkable document shines a light into a place most Americans don’t have access to, but which has an outsized influence in 21st century American life: the shadowy local surveillance infrastructure established in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.

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Apr 29 07:35

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn sells entire stake in Apple

Carl Icahn, the billionaire activist investor who has long been one of the most prominent voices declaring the company to be undervalued, says he has sold his entire stake in the technology firm, citing the risk of China’s influence on the stock.

After years of high growth, reaching triple-digit percentage points in 2015, Apple now sells more in China than it does in the whole of Europe. But sales in the country are now shrinking, with revenue dropping 26% year-on-year in the company’s latest quarterly earnings.

Apr 28 19:03

Peter Van Buren on Hillary's Emails


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Peter Van Buren and Ry discuss Hillary Clinton’s private server e-mail and darker potential threat they pose.
The excuses Hillary has made do not hold up. The defenses of ignorance, of over classification, or unmarked documents, or classified and “classified” all fall apart. What she did was dangerous and of poor judgment which could have already created great damage to the United States and could be sitting as prime blackmail should she become the next president. Peter Van Buren is a 24-year veteran of the U.S. Department of State who has blown the whistle on their mismanagement and waste in regards to rebuilding Iraq.

Apr 28 16:43

Former Tor Developer Makes Malware For FBI

A developer of the Tor software has been exposed for creating malware for the FBI to help the agency spy on users of the supposedly anonymous tool for internet browsing and communication.

Matt Edman, a cybersecurity expert who worked for the nonprofit privacy project in 2008 and 2009, “contributed significantly to Tor’s codebase” before creating software for the FBI, according to Daily Dot.

Apr 28 15:44

So Much For The Fifth Amendment: Man Jailed For Seven Months For Not Turning Over Password

A Philadelphia man suspected of possessing child pornography has been in jail for seven months and counting after being found in contempt of a court order demanding that he decrypt two password-protected hard drives.

The suspect, a former Philadelphia Police Department sergeant, has not been charged with any child porn crimes. Instead, he remains indefinitely imprisoned in Philadelphia's Federal Detention Center for refusing to unlock two drives encrypted with Apple's FileVault software in a case that once again highlights the extent to which the authorities are going to crack encrypted devices. The man is to remain jailed "until such time that he fully complies" with the decryption order.

Apr 28 14:32

Gov’t Study Finds the More Time Young Adults Spend on Facebook and Twitter, the More Depressed They’ll Get

While everyone acts like they are “connecting” with each other because they hit a “like” button on a picture of their friend’s cat, the real truth is we are more disconnected than ever as a society and it is getting worse by the day. When virtual reality gets here, forget about it. We’ll all be living in the movie Surrogates with Bruce Willis or something.

Meanwhile, the headline for this story just sounds like a good way for Big Pharma to rack up more antidepressant customers, no?
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Apr 28 12:08

Ex-CEO Says $15 Wage “Will Trigger Massive Layoffs”: McDonald’s Will Replace Jobs with Kiosks

The future of fast food service will involve much less human interaction.

Labor organizers have been demanding an increase in wages… Rather than raise prices, McDonalds is more likely to replace people with self-service computer kiosks so they do not have to pay the high wage. […] Over a million American youths may otherwise be out of a job.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Apr 28 10:19

DRIVERLESS TRUCKS ALREADY BEING TESTED; THREE MILLION-PLUS TRUCK DRIVERS TO LOSE THEIR JOBS SOON

According to the American Trucking Association, there are some 3.5 million truck drivers in the United States alone.

That’s 3.5 million people who may lose their jobs once driverless trucks hit the roads in full force… which appears to be in the not-too-distant future.

Tech Crunch reports that a convoy of these trucks recently drove across Europe and arrived without incident at their destination at the Port of Rotterdam for 75% cheaper than it would have cost had human beings been driving them:

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Apr 28 09:44

HILLARY CLINTON HAS VIOLATED THE ESPIONAGE ACT

Was Clinton negligent? Did she receive classified informtation? Did she send classified information? Yes, yes and yes!

Apr 28 09:25

Microsoft's Windows 10 nagware storms live TV weather forecast

Microsoft's relentless Windows 10 nagware has interrupted a live TV weather forecast, urging meteorologist Metinka Slater to upgrade.

Apr 28 09:14

BLOOMBERG TURNING TO ROBOTS TO DELIVER THE NEWS

Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait told his 2,400 journalists in a memo on Tuesday that he was forming a 10-person team to lead a study on how to use more automation in writing and reporting. Micklethwait called the robot-generated copy “smart automated content (SAC).” A company spokesman insisted no journalists will be sacked as a result of the SAC.

Apr 28 09:12

SNOWDEN - Official Trailer

Academy Award®-winning director Oliver Stone, who brought Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, Wall Street and JFK to the big screen, tackles the most important and fascinating true story of the 21st century. Snowden, the politically-charged, pulse-pounding thriller starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley, reveals the incredible untold personal story of Edward Snowden, the polarizing figure who exposed shocking illegal surveillance activities by the NSA and became one of the most wanted men in the world.

He is considered a hero by some, and a traitor by others. No matter which you believe, the epic story of why he did it, who he left behind, and how he pulled it off makes for one of the most compelling films of the year.

(Note: Hmmmm . . . I wonder what won't be shown i.e. the direct NSA pipeline to Israel, maybe?)

Apr 28 07:04

Qatar National Bank allegedly hacked, data of 1,200 entities leaked

The data breach includes the personal bank accounts and passwords for Al Jazeera employees and members of the ruling al-Thani family

Apr 28 06:19

Facebook censors pro-Trump and negative Hillary news

By definition, Free Speech IS political. For reasons that only a hard core Hillary sycophant could understand, the mere posting or sharing of online reports on the 2016 Election Race is now blocked. Such a Facebook policy to disrupt political content

Apr 27 15:21

CIA-Backed Artificial Intelligence Firm To Spy on Wall Street Traders

By Jake Anderson

Swiss multinational bank, Credit Suisse, will collaborate with data analysis firm, Palantir, to launch a trader surveillance program. According to Bloomberg’s Jeffrey Voegeli, the joint venture, called Signac, aims to catch rogue Wall Streeters engaged in illegal trading. It comes in the wake of a number of trading scandals in recent years that have cost banks billions of dollars.

Palantir was co-founded by Peter Thiel and seed-funded by the CIA. The company was funded in part by In-Q-Tel Inc., the venture capital investment arm of the CIA that has a long, symbiotic history with startups, the NSA, the FBI, and DARPA...

Apr 27 13:30

Male Employee Found Dead at Apple’s Cupertino Headquarters: Sheriff

The county coroner is now in charge of the investigation and will release more information once it is completed. Urena would not comment on whether a weapon was involved or if the death was suicide or natural.

Apr 27 13:00

WhatsApp: Critics Claim EU ‘Remain’ Campaign Using App To Avoid FoI Requests

Critics of the EU ‘Remain’ campaign claim that WhatsApp is being used to organize strategy and tactics because it cannot be subject to Freedom of Information (FoI) requests.

Denials have been issued to the Sun newspaper from the spokesman representing prominent Remain campaigners including Business Minister Sajid Javid, Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb and Education Minister Nicky Morgan.

Apr 27 12:54

People Too Afraid To Search Privacy-Sensitive Topics After Snowden Revelations – Oxford Study

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations on government mass surveillance have apparently scared a significant number of people away from searching for terrorism-related information on Wikipedia, as a new study shows readers are afraid of being investigated.

Apr 27 12:11

Killer Merchandise: Outrage As Myra Hindley T-Shirts And IPhone Cases Sold On US Website

An American website attempting to iconize British serial killer Myra Hindley by printing her image on a line of products has been forced to remove the range following an outcry.

Apr 27 11:57

Hillary supporters accused of taking down Bernie FB pages in porn attack

Multiple Facebook pages supporting Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders were abruptly removed from the social media network late last night following a cyberattack.

According to eyewitness reports, the pages were flooded with pornographic images in what appeared to be coordinated fashion and then flagged for obscene content, prompting Facebook to remove them.

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Apr 27 11:46

Spy Chief Complains That Edward Snowden Sped Up Spread of Encryption by 7 Years

THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE on Monday blamed NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for advancing the development of user-friendly, widely available strong encryption.

“As a result of the Snowden revelations, the onset of commercial encryption has accelerated by seven years,” James Clapper said during a breakfast for journalists hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.

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Maybe of the US Government had played by the rules (the Bill of Rights) none of this would have happened.

Apr 27 09:58

Fury as David Cameron's team 'plot pro-EU campaign in SECRET on WhatsApp'

DAVID Cameron's inner circle are using WhatsApp to secretly plot the Prime Minister's pro-EU campaign, it has been claimed.

Apr 27 09:29

Computer Virus Discovered In German Nuclear Power Plant

Remember when "someone" used the Stuxnet virus, or rather worm, in an Iranian nuclear plant several years ago to freeze Iranian nuclear production, leading to a major diplomatic scandal involving the spy agencies of both the US and Israel, as the world learned that in the present day industrial sabotage only needed a flash drive and a computer virus to render even the most sophisticated piece of industrial machinery obsolete? Well, moments ago, Bloomberg reported that a computer virus was discovered in a German nuclear power plant.

Apr 27 09:17

Revealed: How criminals get the 'CVV' security code on the back of your credit card - and how to make sure you don't get skimmed

A simple anti-virus program installed on your computer, laptop or smart device can stop criminals from stealing the CVV number on the back of your card.

Fraudsters can easily purchase credit card details at online cybercrime stores called 'CVV shops' for a low cost between US$2 and US$5, The Age reported.

Each bundle includes a name, credit card number, expiration date, a CVV number and a postcode.

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And the NSA/FBI/CIA can't seem to find these crooks.

Or ...

The NSA/FBI/CIA are the crooks!

We live in a nation where the uniformed police are stealing more from the people than the robbers, muggers, and burglars combined. They stole $56,000 from an orphanage only a week ago!

Is it hard to imagine a desperately broke and in debt government pillaging their own people through computers?

Apr 27 09:10

Riot control robot that looks like a DALEK gives protesters electric shocks if they step out of line

You have ten seconds to comply, or you're in for a shock.

Rolling straight out of a dystopian future where robots keep humans in check, a Chinese university has developed a riot control machine to keep the peace.

The robot, which resembles one of Dr Who's infamous Daleks, can keep rioters in check with a nifty electric shock and could enable people to call for help or press an SOS button to call for police.

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I'll bet the US Government is going to be ordering thousands of these things.

Apr 27 08:51

Intel community doing damage assessments on Clinton e-mails

Apr 27 08:46

People too afraid to search privacy-sensitive topics after Snowden revelations – Oxford study

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden's revelations on government mass surveillance have apparently scared a significant number of people away from searching for terrorism-related information on Wikipedia, as a new study shows readers are afraid of being investigated.

The conclusions come as the online encyclopedia giant showed a 30-percent drop in searches on terrorism-related topics – the most direct evidence yet of something called the "chilling effect," described by University of Oxford and Toronto’s Jonathon Penney as the measure of the negative impact on legal conduct that arises out of the leaks by the former NSA contractor who exposed the PRISM program.

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Apr 27 08:40

FBI May Keep Vulnerability It Used To Access IPhone Under Wraps

The FBI is analyzing the security flaw that allowed it to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists in order to assess whether the method should be disclosed to Apple and the public, agency chief James Comey said.

Apr 27 08:39

7 million users affected by Minecraft community Lifeboat data breach

Minecraft community fansite “Lifeboat” has admitted that it suffered a data breach in January, after security researcher Troy Hunt added some of the stolen data to his “Have I Been Pwned?” website.

Lifeboat Network runs servers that players of the smartphone version of Minecraft can connect to in order to play in different game modes (CTF, survival games, etc.). In order to do that, they have to open an account.

Hunt was given the data – usernames, hashed passwords and email addresses of over 7 million users – by a source involved in data trading who has provided him with similar information in the past.

Apr 27 08:24

Pentagon identifies cause of F-35 radar software issue

Last month the Pentagon said the software instability issue meant the sensors had to be restarted once every four hours of flying.

Kendall and Air Force Lieutenant General Christopher Bogdan, the program executive officer for the F-35, told a Senate Armed Service Committee hearing in written testimony that the cause of the problem was the timing of “software messages from the sensors to the main F-35” computer. They added that stability issues had improved to where the sensors only needed to be restarted after more than 10 hours.

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That's not a fix; that's a tweak!

Apr 27 08:09

Here's how Apple's 13-year growth streak came to an end

While all eyes are on iPhone sales, it's the state of Apple's safety net that should have investors worried.

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Apple has announced plans to diversify into the military market! :)

Apr 27 08:05

What do you call an old, unpatched and easily hacked PC? An ATM

Almost any cash machine in the world could be illegally accessed and jackpotted1 with or without the help of malware.

Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab reached this conclusion after investigating real attacks on ATMs and assessments of the machines carried out for several international banks.

The susceptibility of ATMs in particular is due to the widespread use of outdated and insecure software, mistakes in network configuration, and a lack of physical security for critical components of ATMs.

Apr 27 08:04

Game of P0wns: Malvertising menace strikes Pirate Bay season six downloads

Scores of Game of Thrones pirates may have had computers encrypted by ransomware after malvertisers served the dangerous malware through the Pirate Bay during the mega-series' season six première last weekend.

MalwareBytes researcher Jerome Segura says the hard-working Magnitude exploit kit authors were able to target pirates after they bought advertising space on the infamous Bittorrent website targeting users with pop-under ads.

Apr 27 08:04

Kaspersky cracks CryptXXX, throws lifeline to ransomware victims

The ransomware encrypts files both on the victim's PC and on attached storage. Kaspersky notes there's a short delay applied to the external storage encryption “to confuse victims and make it harder to detect which websites spread the malware”.

The attackers also steal Bitcoins recorded on victims' hard drives, and copies other data back to base. Victims are told – via a Web page, an image dropped in as the user's desktop, and in a text file in case everything else fails – to download the Tor browser and navigate to an Onion site to get recovery instructions.

Although CryptXXX uses RSA4096, Snow writes it wasn' that hard to crack, and it's added decryption to its RannohDecryptor tool here.

Apr 27 07:51

McAfee: If FBI Gets Backdoor To People’s Phones, US Society Will Collapse

They said that the war never changes – but what if it does? The introduction of digital technologies, the cyberspace of the World Wide Web has introduced new battlefields. How far will this fight go? Who has the upper hand? And can battles in virtual reality claim real lives?

Apr 26 15:19

Spotify denies hacking after user details were leaked

Spotify has denied it was hacked after users details, including passwords and user names, were posted online.

Hundreds of account details, including the country where the account was registered, the type of account, and when it was due to auto-renew were uploaded to website Pastebin in what appears to be a security breach.

However, Spotify maintained it had not been unlawfully accessed, and that it closely monitored websites like Pastebin to check for such breaches.

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Apr 26 12:17

THE DRIVERLESS TRUCK IS COMING, AND IT’S GOING TO AUTOMATE MILLIONS OF JOBS

A convoy of self-driving trucks recently drove across Europe and arrived at the Port of Rotterdam. No technology will automate away more jobs — or drive more economic efficiency — than the driverless truck. Shipping a full truckload from L.A. to New York costs around $4,500 today, with labor representing 75 percent of that cost. But those labor savings aren’t the only gains to be had from the adoption of driverless trucks.

Apr 26 11:53

ISIS-Aligned Hackers Leak Confidential Info On 43 US State Dept Employees

The Islamic State-aligned United Cyber Caliphate claims to have hacked into US State Department records, releasing online information on 43 employees it wants dead. The leak also includes staff with Homeland Security and other agencies, media reported.

Apr 26 10:54

Bank-hacking malware discovery leaves 11,000 global financial institutions on high alert

Over ten thousand banks and financial institutions are being urged to remain vigilant after the secure Swift (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) system – used to send messages between global firms – was reportedly compromised by the sophisticated hacking scheme that targeted the Bangladesh central bank in March 2016.

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Isn't the NSA supposed to prevent this sort of thing? Or are they too busy spying on law-abiding Americans to bother with trivial things like real crimes?

Apr 26 10:14

Censored, Surveilled, Watch Listed and Jailed: The Absurdity of Being a Citizen in the American Police State

snip: While this may sound like a riff on a bad joke, it’s a bad joke with “we the people” as the punchline. Yet it is no laughing matter that Americans are being jailed for growing orchids, feeding whales, collecting rainwater, and praying in their backyards. There is nothing humorous about Americans having their families terrorized by SWAT teams, their pets killed, their children shot, their homes trashed and their privacy shredded. And there’s really not much comic relief to be found when the citizenry is forced to pay their own government to jail, spy on, censor, terrorize and kill them.

Apr 26 10:13

"Package has been delivered" email? Be on guard for a scam

"Ransomware" is a nightmare for consumers but positively lucrative for scammers, which is why the pace of new attacks is speeding up.

The latest twist on ransomware is particularly audacious, with scammers using a spam campaign to reach as many consumers as possible with an enticing email come-on: "Your package has been delivered," according to new research from computer security firm Endgame.

If a consumer opens the attached file to find out more -- some people may think it refers to their tax returns, for instance -- the ransomware is unleashed.

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And the NSA/CIA/FBI can;t do a thing to stop these clowns.

Unless the ransomware is coming form the NSA/CIA/FBI.

I mean, in a nation where the cops steal $56,000 from an orphanage, is it really so hard to accept a broke government pillaging its own people through their computers?

Apr 26 09:38

Watch as U.S. border fence gets breached using a simple car jack

The builders of the existing and rather spotty U.S. border fence, which separates Arizona from Mexico, should be ashamed of themselves.

Apr 26 09:29

FEDS APPROVE $78B CHARTER-TWC MERGER, CREATING BROADBAND COLOSSUS

Federal regulators gave the green light to Charter Communications’ proposed $78 billion mega-merger with Time Warner Cable on Monday, paving the way for a new broadband industry giant with 24 million customers in 41 states. The deal, in which Charter would also absorb smaller rival Brighthouse Networks for $10.4 billion, has been fiercely opposed by public interest groups that call it just the latest example of a decades-long pattern of runaway consolidation in the telecommunications industry. Together, the new Charter and industry leader Comcast would become the nation’s two dominant broadband providers, controlling nearly two-thirds of the high-speed broadband market.

Apr 26 09:12

For your eyes only: Amazon won't sell you the new James Bond film Spectre on DVD unless you sign up to its £79-a-year Prime service

Upset customer, Bradley Kerr, from Birkenhead, said: 'What's with items starting to appear for sale as 'Prime Exclusive'?

'It's utter nonsense to need an £80 subscription to simply buy stuff from Amazon.

'Amazon Prime should provide perks to Prime members, not lock out non-members from basic services.'

'Don't you guys earn enough money without forcing people to join Prime?'

Amazon bosses have also given the 'exclusively for Prime Members' badge to a selection of Barbie toys and other video games.

Apr 26 08:40

Judge Warns Of CHAOS If Hillary Is NOT Indicted

While America anxiously awaits the FBI’s results in the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information – wondering if she will ever face criminal charges – one man is explaining what will happen should she not be indicted.

And it still doesn’t look good for the former Secretary of State.

Judge Andrew Napolitano, who recently stated that “the evidence of her (Hillary’s) guilt is overwhelming,” claims that if she isn’t held accountable for her crimes, it would still be “catastrophic” for her candidacy.

How catastrophic?

Napolitano believes “she will be replaced on the Democratic ticket.”

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The Judge underestimates Hillary. The word is that she has sent out a warning that if she is not made President, she will blow the whistle on all the dead bodies and how they got to be dead bodies, and bring down the whole government.

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