Jul 20 06:38

Group Calls for Hearings Into Google’s Ties to CIA and NSA

More information has emerged about Google’s relationship with the government and spook agencies (see PR Newswire below). The revelations should come as no surprise.

Jul 19 18:09

Bomb-making tips, hit list behind Blogetery closure

More details are surfacing about why, a blogging platform that claimed to service more than 70,000 blogs, was mysteriously booted from the Internet by its Web-hosting company.

The site was shut down after FBI agents informed executives of, Blogetery's Web host, late on July 9 that links to al-Qaeda materials were found on Blogetery's servers, Joe Marr, chief technology officer for, told CNET. Sources close to the investigation say that included in those materials were the names of American citizens targeted for assassination by al-Qaeda. Messages from Osama bin Laden and other leaders of the terrorist organization, as well as bomb-making tips, were also allegedly found on the server.

Jul 19 12:08

Obama's War on the Internet: The Ministry of Truth

By Philip Giraldi

The Ministry of Truth was how George Orwell described the mechanism used by government to control information in his seminal novel 1984. A recent trip to Europe has convinced me that the governments of the world have been rocked by the power of the internet and are seeking to gain control of it so that they will have a virtual monopoly on information that the public is able to access. In Italy, Germany, and Britain the anonymous internet that most Americans are still familiar with is slowly being modified. If one goes into an internet café it is now legally required in most countries in the European Union to present a government issued form of identification.

Jul 19 10:17

Dissent and you may disappear or go to jail

If you put all this together and look at what’s going on it could give one the distinct impression that governments around the world aren’t liking the internet, they’re not liking bloggers who disagree with them, and they want to make sure everyone cow-tows to whatever they decide you should believe in, and no bitching allowed. Make too much noise and your website will disappear and we now even have the potential in the European Union that you may go to jail if you don’t go along with the party line.

As I noted earlier this week, I was offline for a while because I had my blog hosted at Blogetery, who mysteriously had an entire server confiscated by an as yet to be discovered government agency for an as yet to be discovered reason(s). This took about 70,000+ blogs offline instantly.

Jul 19 07:28

Obama’s War on the Internet

The Ministry of Truth was how George Orwell described the mechanism used by government to control information in his seminal novel 1984. A recent trip to Europe has convinced me that the governments of the world have been rocked by the power of the internet and are seeking to gain control of it so that they will have a virtual monopoly on information that the public is able to access. In Italy, Germany, and Britain the anonymous internet that most Americans are still familiar with is slowly being modified. If one goes into an internet café it is now legally required in most countries in the European Union to present a government issued form of identification.

Jul 19 06:26

Microsoft Confirms Windows 7 SP1 Zero-Day Flaw

In an advisory, the company explained: “The vulnerability exists because Windows incorrectly parses shortcuts in such a way that malicious code may be executed when the user clicks the displayed icon of a specially crafted shortcut.”

The company also said that the vulnerability can be exploited using a removable device such as a USB stick.


Until the patch is released, Microsoft has advised users to disable the ability to display icons for shortcuts and the the WebClient service, to prevent the flaw being exploited.

Jul 18 11:16

More info on government-ordered shutdown of 73,000 Wordpress blogs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Read the quotes from Burstnet carefully. This sounds like something other than a DMCA case, as the ISP says "this was not a typical case, in which suspension and notification would be the norm."

Note that Burstnet will not tell the owner of the affected site the nature of the problem, or which government agency ordered the shut down.

Jul 18 10:30

Censorship Alert: Obama Deception Illegally Removed from You Tube

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Fortunately, there are a lot of copies of Obama Deception at YouTube such that the deletion of one or two is not going to keep the public from finding the video if they want to search for it.

Jul 18 08:18


Just over a year ago, DesertPeace and What Really Happened were the targets of an attack in the Jerusalem Post itself… once again proving that we are doing a good job! These are the attacks that give us the strength to go on….

Jul 17 08:32


You can create a native app that lives with all the other apps, and for the most part, it’s going to be a pitch-perfect imitation.

You can do this with the skill set you probably already have: HTML(5), CSS, and JavaScript.

I’ll show you how to create an offline HTML5 iPhone application. More specifically, I’ll walk you through the process of building a Tetris game.

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This is a cute little trick submitted by a reader while I was figuring out how to put fake applications and phone calls on the iPhone for this TV show... that... I... am... not... working... on... any... more...........(ahem). If you have access to your own server, you can set up a simple download that you view in Safari, then save to the main screen as a standalone app. Now, I cannot share anything I worked on for the show, but as part of my testing I re-implemented the Javascript Apollo DSKY simulator as an iPhone app, which you can install and play with by doing the following.

1. Using the Safari browser in the iPhone, go to

You will see the simulator running in the browser.

2. Press the + button at the bottom of the screen, then on the pop-up menu, select "Add to Home Screen".

3.Press "Add" at upper right. Safari will exit and you will see the new app. The original source is available at and if you can write HTML5 and Java, you can make your own local iPhone app to play with then the iPhone 4 drops your calls!

Jul 16 18:01

4 tips to protect you from ATM thieves

Typically, ATM thieves use two devices to capture your PIN and card data. One device sits near where you swipe your card and reads the magnetic stripe on your card with your account number.

Jul 16 09:49


Lysenkoism is used colloquially to describe the manipulation or distortion of the scientific process as a way to reach a predetermined conclusion as dictated by an ideological bias, often related to social or political objectives[1].

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The Global Warming Cult is using politics to drive the science to support their desired agenda. But this is nothing new. It has happened before ... with lethal results!

In 1928, in the USSR there was a man named Trofim Denisovich Lysenko, a favorite of Stalin, and ultimately, a con-artist. He was as popular then in the USSR as Al Gore is in the US today.

Lysenko's prize theory, which suited Stalin's political needs at the time, was that plants and animals could inherit traits acquired from the environment in a single generation. That is, if you used cooling to trick Winter wheat seeds to germinate and grow in the Spring ( a technique already used in the US at the time) the seeds from the chilled plants would go on germinating in the Spring in perpetuity.

There was very little science in Lysenko's science, but this "revolution" suited Stalin's desire to outdo the accomplishments in genetics which had occurred under Lenin. Honor upon honor was heaped on Lysenko (just as is done with Al Gore today) and real scientists who questioned his theories were shunned, vilified, and removed from their positions (not unlike the experiences of those who question the basic beliefs of the global warming cult). The state media of the USSR proclaimed the virtues of the Lysenko method beyond all doubt and question, just as the state media of the USA proclaims the "Science is settled" regarding AGW. But Lysenko had no more real science training than Al Gore, and his theory that the environment could permanently alter the genetic structure of crops was completely wrong.

However, for political reasons, the USSR mandated that all farmers had to use the Lysenko method (just as the present government intends to force us all to use the "Al Gore Cap and Credit" method) and the result was widespread famine when during the following spring, the second generation wheat refused to germinate.

This illustrates the problems which can result when the government thinks it understands science, or that science can be subordinated to political agenda.

Jul 15 08:19

Coca-Cola Scam Hits Facebook

There’s a new scam on Facebook promising to show you a video revealing the “truth” about Coca-Cola, but all it’s really after is your personal info.

Jul 15 08:15

How the Mozilla Sniffer Backdoor Was Discovered

Mozilla pulled one of their Firefox add-ons earlier this week for containing a backdoor which stole passwords from its users. Netcraft has taken a closer look at how the rogue extension worked, and how it was discovered by chance rather than through any code review process. Mozilla are working on a new security model to stop this kind of backdoor happening again.

Jul 15 08:03

U.S. Plans Cyber Shield for Utilities, Companies

The federal government is launching an expansive program dubbed “Perfect Citizen” to detect cyber assaults on private companies and government agencies running such critical infrastructure as the electricity grid and nuclear-power plants, according to people familiar with the program.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US Government just pinned a "Kick me" sign on all those critical facilities by turning them into hacker "Trophy hunts." Hackers will try to crash those systems just to be able to brag about it, and given the government's piss-poor ability to stop the virus (not to mention Viagra ads) flooding our computers, my nickle is on the hackers to win this one.

Jul 15 07:31

More people are losing their jobs due to online missteps

It’s the kind of story that those who use Facebook and Twitter don’t like to hear. Last week, CNN Mideast Affairs editor Octavia Nasr lost her post after tweeting her respect for a militant cleric.

In a statement, Ms. Nasr said that she’d exercised poor judgment as a representative of CNN when she tweeted that Ayatollah Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah was “one of Hezbollah’s giants I respect a lot.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Except that Ms. Nasr wasn't posting to Twitter as a representative of CNN but as a private citizen, with full freedom of speech as guaranteed by the Constitution. CNN has ever legal right to tell Ms.Nasr what to say on CNN (even to lie to the people, under the precedent set in the Fox News SBGH lawsuit), but CNN has no legal authority over Ms. Nasr's private life.

Of course, what is at issue here isn't really CNN. Israeli supporters in the US have launched a Soviet-style progrom to purge the media of anybody "disloyal" to Israel's point of view; a pogrom whose most visible casualty was Helen Thomas. Ms. Nasr wasn't the first, and she will not be the last.

Jul 14 12:21

Microsoft: 25,000 PCs attacked with latest Windows zero day

The Windows Help and Support Center vulnerability that was patched with yesterday’s MS10-042 bulletin was under active attack by malware miscreants, especially in Europe where Microsoft tracked about 25,000 attempts to exploit the vulnerability.

According to Microsoft’s Holly Stewart, the attacks escalated significantly when the company announced the issue would be fixed in this month’s Patch Tuesday.

Jul 14 08:54

Windows XP, The Incredible Immortal Operating System!

I love Windows XP. A lot. I’ve been a user since day one, and three of the four computers in my home are still running it beautifully. The fourth is a Mac. So it comes as delightful news to me to hear that Microsoft is again extending downgrade rights to XP, until – get this - the end of Windows 7’s life cycle.

This means, simply put, that Windows XP will be alive and well in 2020.

Jul 14 08:51

USB Coffee-Cup Warmer Could Be Stealing Your Data

Are you sure that the keyboard or mouse you are using today is the one that was attached to your computer yesterday? It might have been swapped for a compromised device that could transmit data to a snooper.

The problem stems from a shortcoming in the way the Universal Serial Bus (USB) works. This allows almost all USB-connected devices, such as mice and printers, to be turned into tools for data theft, says a team that has exploited the flaw.

Welcome to the murky world of the "hardware trojan".

Jul 14 08:30

RIAA paid its lawyers more than $16,000,000 in 2008 to recover only $391,000

The RIAA's "business plan" is even worse than I'd guessed it was.

The RIAA paid Holmes Roberts & Owen $9,364,901 in 2008, Jenner & Block more than $7,000,000, and Cravath Swain & Moore $1.25 million, to pursue its "copyright infringement" claims, in order to recover a mere $391,000.

Jul 14 08:02

Apple shares plunge after bad review of iPhone 4 sparks recall rumours

Apple shares plunged by more than four percent yesterday after an influential guide gave the new iPhone 4 a poor review, wiping £6.5 billion off the firm's value.

The fall came after Consumer Reports, a US group similar to Which? in the UK, said it could not recommend the iPhone 4 after its tests confirmed concerns about signal loss when the device is held in a certain way.

Jul 13 13:56

Got an iPhone 4? You may need duct tape

In a controlled test, Consumer Reports found that people who hold the iPhone 4 in a way that covers up an antenna connector on the phone's lower left side will experience poorer reception and possibly dropped calls.

But if you slap a piece of duct tape over that antenna connection, the reception problems go away, the group says.

"When your finger or hand touches a spot on the phone's lower left side -- an easy thing, especially for lefties -- the signal can significantly degrade enough to cause you to lose your connection altogether if you're in an area with a weak signal," Consumer Reports says.

"Due to this problem, we can't recommend the iPhone 4."

Jul 13 09:17

Apple Censors Consumer Report iPhone4 Discussions

Jul 13 09:11


WOT is a creation of Mozilla, a Web Browser that came on the scene after the demise of Netscape. They appear to be independent from the outside, but they apparently are one of Google’s prime ‘charitable organisations’ at the moment. With the support received, I am sure comes a commitment to uphold the ideals of the Google Corporation, which includes the blind support of zionism. Hence the determination that Window Into Palestine is a ‘dangerous’ site.

The reality is that the zionists themselves are the dangerous ones. Their Web Tools should be avoided at all costs, including their Blogsite, Blogger. There are other vehicles where you can set up your own Blog, far away from the harassment of Jerusalem’s ‘overseer’.

Jul 12 11:08


One of my sidelinks leads to a Blog called Window Into Palestine….
if you click on it you get the following popup from Google….

Reported Attack Page!

This web page at has been reported as an attack page and has been blocked based on your security preferences.
Attack pages try to install programs that steal private information, use your computer to attack others, or damage your system.

Some attack pages intentionally distribute harmful software, but many are compromised without the knowledge or permission of their owners.

Jul 12 10:12

UC online degree proposal rattles academics

Taking online college courses is, to many, like eating at McDonald's: convenient, fast and filling. You may not get filet mignon, but afterward you're just as full.

Now the University of California wants to jump into online education for undergraduates, hoping to become the nation's first top-tier research institution to offer a bachelor's degree over the Internet comparable in quality to its prestigious campus program.

Jul 12 07:41

Microsoft hides mystery Firefox extension in toolbar update

As part of its regular Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released an update for its various toolbars, and this update came with more than just documented fixes. The update also installs an add-on for Internet Explorer and an extension for Mozilla Firefox, both without the user's permission. As you can see in the Windows Update screenshot above, Microsoft does not indicate that the update will install anything for either browser. It's also not really clear what the installed extension actually does.

To make matters worse, the update was marked "Important" instead of "Optional," which means it was more likely to be installed either automatically (if the user has Automatic Updates on) or manually when the user clicks Install (Important updates are checked by default).

Jul 12 01:18

Free speech in Barack Obama's America: Whatever you say, say nothing

Freedom of speech may be part of the United States Constitution but perhaps the First Amendment that enshrines it could do with a caveat or two being added.

Congress may make no law "abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press", the Bill of Rights lays down. That still holds true but, increasingly, speaking freely can get you fired or tarred for life.

Even more ominously, the internet and the increased ease of free communication is allowing the cannier politicians to escape scrutiny rather than be held to account.

Jul 11 09:48

Hacker Creates Plugin That Trashes Chrome’s Security

We hate to scare you on Friday right before a good weekend, but this story is alarming enough that you need to hear about. Before we proceed, know that this exploit is out in the open, be extra careful when you install any Chrome plugin; you may be at risk.

The exploit, developed by programmer Andreas Grech, employs a plugin coded using jQuery to track users’ login information and have it emailed to himself. He claims that he has tested the plugin, and that it has been successful against Twitter, Gmail, and Facebook.

Jul 11 08:52

Google Street View accused of Congress 'snooping'

Google has stressed all along that someone would need to be using the network as their cars passed by and that the in-car wifi equipment automatically changes channels roughly five times a second.

Consumer Watchdog focused on a number of high profile politicians whose homes appear on Google's Street View maps.

It found that Congresswoman Jane Harman, who heads the intelligence sub committee for the House's Homeland Security Committee, has an open home network that could have leaked out vital information that could have been picked up by Street View vehicles.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It occurs to me that a US official who is actually working for Israel no longer needs to leave a chalk "X" on a mailbox and stick envelopes full of papers underneath a local bridge for pickup.

All a traitor needs to have is an open WiFi post and a handler could drive by out on the street in front of their home, send a message packet to the traitor's computer over the WiFi and have the "take" flash back to their laptop in the blink of an eye without even slowing down the car! Given the very limited range of WiFi, interception would be very difficult.

Another way a Congressional spy could send data to their handler involves the file transfer apps on smart phones (like "Mover" for the iPhone), which allow the transfer of documents from one phone to another over a WiFi router. A spy for Israel can be in a clothing store dressing room at the mall while the handler is eating lunch at the food court next door, and as long as there is an open WiFi in the area, information can be sent from one phone to the other without a compromising physical contact. The router itself does not save the data it passes from one phone to the other. If the clandestine messages are hidden inside image files via steganography, even a random search of the phones would not reveal anything compromising, as the phones themselves are all "off the shelf".

In any event, given the obvious need for security coupled with the Congressional pay and budgets, I find the presence of open unsecured WiFi ports in the homes of pro-Israel congresscritters to be worrisome!

Jul 11 08:15

Australia Delays Internet Censorship and Filtering Under Pressure

Jul 10 19:48

World Of Warcraft: Real Tyranny in a Virtual World

The battle against the online equivalent of the implantable RFID chip has begun.

Earlier this week, Vivendi-owned Blizzard Entertainment announced that all World Of Warcraft (WOW) game forum users will require a REAL ID login in order to post their comments. The new identification requirement will begin with the release of the next game expansion, Cataclysm, which is due out later this year. The REAL ID login will require that a user's real name be visible, thus ending all anonymous posting on WOW forums.

Jul 10 07:41

Ten Ways We Are Being Tracked, Traced and Databased

Are technological advances infringing on our right to privacy?

Activist Post

The war on terror is a worldwide endeavor that has spurred massive investment into the global surveillance industry - which now seems to becoming a war on "liberty and privacy." Given all of the new monitoring technology being implemented, the uproar over warrantless wiretaps now seems moot. High-tech, first-world countries are being tracked, traced, and databased, literally around every corner. Governments, aided by private companies, are gathering a mountain of information on average citizens who so far seem willing to trade liberty for supposed security. Here are just some of the ways the matrix of data is being collected:

Jul 09 09:05

Broadcast viewership hits record low

Americans avoided television in historic levels over the past week.

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Jul 09 08:15

French News Web Site Shakes Sarkozy Camp

At dinner parties there is talk of a French Watergate, but with at least one big difference: the would-be Woodwards and Bernsteins behind the biggest scandal to hit the presidency of Nicolas Sarkozy work on the Web instead of at a newspaper.

Jul 08 20:14

Bishop Donald Corder: Cost of Being a Turkish Samurai

The CIA death squads and kindred units from the military killed many, many people and most certainly there was extensive ‘collateral damage’ – meaning innocent people being murdered

Jul 08 20:10

The Israeli stranglehold on CNN

The decision by the CNN administration to fire Octavia Nasr, a secular and thoroughly westernize woman, underscores the ethical bankruptcy of the leading American media, especially its harsh intolerance of non-conformist perceptions and convictions.

Jul 08 09:13

U.S. Plans Cyber Shield for Utilities, Companies

"Perfect Citizen is Big Brother."

Jul 08 08:38

Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) has introduced Davis’s dream legislation. It would charge a penny for every dollar of your money drawn from an ATM machine. That would then beg the question — why put your money in a bank if you are going to get taxed merely for the right to access your money.

But wait . . . it’s gets better. They’re back to wanting to tax the internet too.

Jul 08 07:31

The Cybersecurity Directive Goes Viral

Michael Edwards
Activist Post

The latest National Security Directive presented by the establishment mouthpiece, The Wall Street Journal, indicates that the marketing campaign for Cybersecurity has just gone viral.

Jul 08 03:05

FlashBack: Alex Jones threatens Jeff Rense, has him kicked off GCN

Why Jeff is Moving to a New and Better Network

Dear Friends of Liberty and Free Speech... Following is a reply I sent to a long-time listener and thought you should be able to read it, too. It will answer the basic questions many have asked. Thank you, all, for your kindness and support. I am looking forward to working with the new networks which will be making major efforts to present the program on far more stations than the former network ever did. With best regards to all of my good Friends here at MySpace.

Jul 07 10:00

ISP filtering legislation on the way

THE federal government hopes to introduce legislation to enable its controversial internet filter by the end of the year.

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy said the legislation would be this year "sooner rather than later''.

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Jul 06 19:23

Labour wasted thousands on developing Government apps for iPhones

Tens of thousands of pounds were squandered by Labour on developing software for the iPhone, it emerged yesterday.

Ministers sanctioned the development of the applications, with costs for each running as high as £40,000.

They included a travel advice tool for the Foreign Office, an NHS application to let you track your drinking habits and a DVLA 'motoring masterclass'.

There was even one for jobseekers to find out about vacancies - though critics might argue whether someone who can afford an iPhone would need such a tool.

Jul 06 16:01

Wiki deletes my page of quotations.

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Bunch of sore losers, really!

Jul 06 14:07

The Lights Are Going Out For Free Speech On The Internet

Type the keywords “Internet censorship” into Google News and you will immediately understand to what degree the world wide web is under assault from attempts by governments globally to regulate and stifle free speech. From Australia to Belarus, from Turkey to Vietnam, from Pakistan to Egypt, from Afghanistan to Iran, huge chunks of the Internet are going dark as the Chinese model of Internet regulation is adopted worldwide.

But why should Americans concern themselves with countries halfway across the globe adopting Chinese-style net censorship? Because under Senator Joe Lieberman’s 197-page Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, the United States would formally mimic China’s “great firewall” of web censorship.

Jul 06 12:06

BLOGGERS OF THE WORLD UNITE! YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT INJUSTICE IN GAZA!! is calling on all bloggers to unite on July 9 to blog about Gaza. The site is asking bloggers to make “a simple promise: ‘Gaza, We will not forget You.’”

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Jul 05 16:39

'Paywall will underperform – the numbers don't add up'

The internet guru on the death of newspapers, why paywall will fail and how the internet has brought out our creativity – and generosit

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It isn't the paper and it isn't the pay. The reason the corporate media is in decline is that the public knows the corporate media is nothing more than a giant advertisement for government and corporate policy. People do not like to be lied to, and charging them for the privilege only adds insult to injury.

The blog-o-sphere would not even be here if the corporate media had simply told us all the truth about Vince Foster, TWA 800, Iran-Contra, Mena, OK City, Waco, Saddam's "Nookular" bombs, 9-11, etc. etc. etc. None of us out here on the front lines of the information war would have bothered doing what we do if all we did was repeat the facts and truth already on public display. We do this job because the corporate media will not. And on the day when the corporate media tells us all the truth, when the media is not just selling us another war or making excuses when Israel attacks Americans in international waters I will be happy to shut this website down and spend the remainder of my life doing visual effects and chasing Claire around the house.

But until the media decides to be truthful with the people, they will continue to go out of business and I and my partners on truth will continue to get the facts out there the people need to make good decisions.

Jul 05 10:20

Russian spy ring needed some serious IT help

The Russian ring charged this week with spying on the United States faced some of the common security problems that plague many companies -- misconfigured wireless networks, users writing passwords on slips of paper and laptop help desk issues that take months to resolve.

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This whole Russian spy story is a joke!

Jul 05 10:00

TSA To Block Websites With “Controversial Opinions”

“The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is blocking certain websites from the federal agency’s computers, including halting access by staffers to any Internet pages that contain a “controversial opinion,” according to an internal email obtained by CBS News.”

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Moi?!?!? :)

Jul 05 06:46

TSA To Block Websites With “Controversial Opinions”

The Transportation Security Administration will block all websites that contain “controversial opinion” from its federal computers in the latest example of how Internet censorship is expanding in both the private and public sector as the federal government prepares to push through a power grab that will empower President Obama to shut down the world wide web with an emergency decree.

“The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is blocking certain websites from the federal agency’s computers, including halting access by staffers to any Internet pages that contain a “controversial opinion,” according to an internal email obtained by CBS News.”

Jul 04 23:25

Guess Who Wants to Kill the Internet?

It would be hard to think of anyone who has done more to undermine American freedoms than Joseph Lieberman.

Since 9/11, the Independent senator from Connecticut has introduced a raft of legislation in the name of the “global war on terror” which has steadily eroded constitutional rights. If the United States looks increasingly like a police state, Senator Lieberman has to take much of the credit for it.

Jul 04 21:31

Managed News: Inside The US/NATO Military Industrial Media Empire

We face what appears to be a military industrial media empire so powerful and complex that truth is mostly absent or reported in disconnected segments with little historical context. A case in point: The London Times reported on June 5, 2010, that American troops are now operating in 75 countries. Has President Obama secretly sanctioned a huge increase in the number of US Special Forces carrying out search-and-destroy missions against Al-Qaeda around the world?

Jul 04 07:21

TSA to Block "Controversial Opinion" on the Web

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is blocking certain websites from the federal agency's computers, including halting access by staffers to any Internet pages that contain a "controversial opinion," according to an internal email obtained by CBS News.

The email was sent to all TSA employees from the Office of Information Technology on Friday afternoon.

It states that as of July 1, TSA employees will no longer be allowed to access five categories of websites that have been deemed "inappropriate for government access."

The categories include:

Jul 03 23:13

Bishop Donald Corder: The Sun Tzu of a Turkish Samurai - The Commander - Part 3

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken up the challenge in the face of the hegemonic giants comprised of the dominant capital and ruling class of the US, and he is one who has mobilized assets on behalf of the global voice, and rallied the world around his decision to champion the Palestinian peoples under Zionist occupation and the historic ways of life of the Turkish peoples. This represents the nightmare dilemma of a US hegemony and Zionist machine.

Jul 03 15:23

Facebook Testing Face Detection in Photos

Social networking giant Facebook has begun testing face-detection technology on photo uploads, aiming to make it easier for Facebook users to tag their photos and identify subjects.

Jul 03 07:08

UK banking customers targeted by data-stealing Trojan

Two UK-based botnets are zeroing in on British bank customers with new variants of the Zeus Trojan, according to a security firm.

The Zeus botnets, which consist of 20,000 to 30,000 compromised computers, are being used to send out regionally-specific infected spam to distribute links to the Trojans, according to Trusteer. Compromised UK websites are also being used in the attack on online banking users, it added.

Jul 02 16:45

Chinese Supercomputer Is Ranked World’s Second-Fastest, Challenging U.S. Dominance

A Chinese supercomputer has been ranked as the world’s second-fastest machine, surpassing European and Japanese systems and underscoring China’s aggressive commitment to science and technology.

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Tetris with attitude!

Jul 02 14:25

Washington Post fails to disclose blogger’s ties to White House

Jul 02 11:37

Malware goes mainstream: now on sale on YouTube

The YouTube video pictured below is actually an advertisement for a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) tool. A screenshot of the tool is shown on the video, while features, the price, and where to purchase are indicated in the details. The video has since been taken down by YouTube.

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I wonder if Joe Lieberman or his other "The internets are the enemy" bozos are behind this, since all it would take are a few hundred people mounting amateur DDOS attacks against the websites they hate to paralyze the net and "require government intervention (Reg Trademark White House)."

Jul 02 08:57

Apple 'stunned' to find iPhones showtoo many bars

Apple Inc. said Friday that it was "stunned" to find that its iPhones have for years been using a "totally wrong" formula to determine how many bars of signal strength they are getting.

Apple said that's the reason behind widespread complaints from users that the latest model, iPhone 4, can show a sudden plunge in signal strength when they hold it in a way that covers a small black strip on one edge of the phone. Users online have jokingly called this the "death grip" for the phone.

That drop seems exaggerated because the phone can wrongly display four or five bars of signal strength when it shouldn't, Apple said.

"Their big drop in bars is because their high bars were never real in the first place," the company said in a letter to users.

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I njoticed this on the 3GS as well. I assumed it was because the phone was flipping back and forth in this over-subscribed area.

Jul 02 06:34

The Global Political Awakening and the New World Order

The ‘Technological Revolution’ (or ‘Technetronic’ Revolution, as Brzezinski termed it in 1970) involves two major geopolitical developments. The first is that as technology advances, systems of mass communication rapidly accelerate, and the world’s people are able to engage in instant communication with one another and gain access to information from around the world. In it, lies the potential – and ultimately a central source – of a massive global political awakening. Simultaneously, the Technological Revolution has allowed elites to redirect and control society in ways never before imagined, ultimately culminating in a global scientific dictatorship, as many have warned of since the early decades of the 20th century.

Jul 02 05:47

Hackers target Microsoft Windows XP support system

Hi-tech criminals are "escalating" attacks on an unpatched bug in the Windows XP help and support system.

Microsoft said it had seen more than 10,000 machines hit by the attack that, so far, it has not found a fix for.

Windows PCs falling victim will have control of that machine handed over to attackers.

Microsoft said the attacks had gone from theoretical to real very quickly and urged users to take steps to protect themselves.

Jul 01 21:54

IARA LEE: We witnessed Outrageous Brutality by Israeli Commandos

Despite the fact that the youngest of Israel’s victims on the flotilla — 19-year old Furkan Dogan — was an American citizen, we cannot rely on our American leaders in this pursuit of justice.

Jul 01 21:49

Bishop Donald Corder: The Sun Tzu of a Turkish Samurai – Heaven and Earth

Noise, contradictions and lies fill the media air waves of America as the Zionist propaganda machine goes about the business of recruiting spies from Facebook, Twitter Wars with Iran and setting the broader stage for the shedding of more Middle Eastern blood

Jul 01 15:22

BEIRUT: Alfa exec enabled the Mossad to control all cellular communications.

Alfa exec leaked sensitive data to Mossad - report
29 June 2010
BEIRUT: A senior executive at mobile telecom firm Alfa has been providing sensitive information to the Mossad since 1996, As-Safir newspaper reported on Monday.
He admitted that Israeli authorities had ordered him to place, in all stations belonging to the firm,technical devices which enabled the Mossad to control the whole process of Alfa cellular communications.
According to As-Safir, Charbel rendered valuable services to Mossad during Israel’s summer 2006 war against Lebanon, including wiretapping on the cellular calls of several individuals

Jul 01 11:18

US Senator Lieberman wants to kill the internet – for Israel!

Maidhc Ó Cathail views US Senator Joseph Lieberman’s efforts to undermine American civil liberties, in particular his current attempt to destroy the internet, perhaps in order “to protect his treasonous cronies from the American people”.

“If the United States looks increasingly like a police state Senator Lieberman has to take much of the credit for it.”

Jul 01 09:27

Nine Movie Sites Busted in Pirating Crackdown

In an ongoing fight against intellectual piracy, federal authorities seized the domain names of nine websites accused of letting users watch on-demand versions of first-run movies.

Referring to the sites as "among the most popular" websites for distributing illegal copies of movies, the government highlighted copies of films currently in theaters, such as "Toy Story 3" and "The A-Team," for evidence to obtain the warrant.

Jul 01 09:26

First nation makes broadband access a legal right

Finland has become the first country in the world to make broadband internet access a legal right for all citizens.

Jun 30 23:55

Propaganda alert: "The Toilet" to launch online English newspaper (LMAO)

NEW YORK (AP) — al-Qaeda is preparing to launch its first online propaganda newspaper in English, a move that could help the terror group recruit inside the U.S. and Europe.
The group has begun promoting the paper, called Inspire, with animated online graphics promising "special gift to the Islamic nation." Counterterrorism officials and terror analysts say it will be run by al-Qaeda's branch in Yemen, which has been linked to the failed Christmas Day bombing attempt of a U.S.-bound airliner.

Jun 30 17:14

Nintendo, Samsung, and Digit warn you about the dangers of 3D video

The fact of the matter is, the hazardous effect that the viewing of 3D video has on the human eye is well noted, and the information has existed since the early 1990s, when Sega perfected and then ditched its VR headset, after being alerted to its harmful possibilities by the Stanford Research Institute, who said: “You can’t give this to kids”.

Jun 30 16:16

Guess Who Wants to Kill the Internet?

By Maidhc Ó Cathail

It would be hard to think of anyone who has done more to undermine American freedoms than Joseph Lieberman.

Since 9/11, the Independent senator from Connecticut has introduced a raft of legislation in the name of the “global war on terror” which has steadily eroded constitutional rights. If the United States looks increasingly like a police state, Senator Lieberman has to take much of the credit for it.

Jun 30 14:55

Gargantuan move against Internet freedom accelerates into high gear

Under the guise of “cybersecurity,” the government is moving to discredit and shut down the existing Internet infrastructure in the pursuit of a new, centralized, regulated world wide web.

Jun 30 12:40

Did the Fed Economist Slam Bloggers for the Same Reason that Fundamentalist Priests Slammed the Printing Press?

As Upton Sinclair said:

It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.

Jun 30 06:37

Guess Who Wants to Kill the Internet?

Senator Joseph Lieberman,claims that the Jewish state is their greatest ally, if they knew that Israeli agents planted firebombs in American installations in Egypt in 1954 in an attempt to undermine relations between Nasser and the United States; that Israel murdered 34 American servicemen in a deliberate attack on the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967; that Israeli espionage, most notably Jonathan Pollard’s spying, has done tremendous damage to American interests; that five Mossad agents were filming and celebrating as the Twin Towers collapsed on September 11, 2001;

Jun 29 20:45

Israeli Nuclear Espionage: The Art of Keeping America at Risk for Fun and Profit

Israel agreed to sell South Africa nuclear weapons.

More than that, it makes any aid America gives Israel illegal. If Israel is nuclear, which is now official, and in violation of international treaties, just as with Iraq and Iran, then America has to demand inspections and disarmament. There is no choice. This is the law. Law for Iran, law for Iraq is also law for Israel. Israel has expected this day for years.

Jun 29 09:45

Netbooks dead? I think not

An awful lot of tech pundits have decried the death of the netbook, with the iPad selling a million units in its first month of life.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The iPad is a fashion trend. And for what it does it is okay. But the netbooks are far cheaper and at least for what I need in a portable, more useful.

Jun 29 08:41

A ‘Kill Switch’ for the State

The Internet – like the printing press before it – is not the cause of the transformations in society, but only the vehicle through which free minds can explore alternatives to the inhumane, destructive, inefficient, anti-life implications from which institutions are unable to separate themselves. The question before us is whether life is to belong to the living, or to long-revered systems that insist upon their authority to control and destroy life for organizational interests.

Jun 29 07:59

Wikipedia's million-dollar faux pas

Jun 29 07:22

Doom: Vuvuzela Edition

Jun 28 14:08

Cybersecurity Measures Will Mandate Government “ID Tokens” To Use The Internet

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Monday, June 28, 2010

The move to shut down and regulate the Internet under a new government-controlled system has accelerated into high gear with the announcement that the government’s cybersecurity strategy revolves around issuing Internet users with ID “tokens” without which they will not be able to visit websites, the latest salvo against web freedom which, in combination with Senator Joe Lieberman’s ‘kill switch’ bill, will serve to eviscerate the free Internet as we know it.
Under the guise of “cybersecurity,” the government is moving to discredit and shut down the existing Internet infrastructure in the pursuit of a new, centralized, regulated world wide web.

Jun 28 09:11

The Powers-That-Be Are Terrified of the Mass Awakening Taking Place Worldwide

Our situation is admittedly dire.

Oligarchs are seizing more overt control in most countries in the world, the worldwide economy is on course for another - even bigger - train wreck, countries are cracking down on freedom and becoming more tyrannical, we are in a permanent state of war (and see this), and companies like BP are destroying our natural resources without any checks and balances.

But as Andrew Gavin Marshall points out, the elites are actually terrified of the mass political awakening which is occurring worldwide.

Jun 28 08:29

A Very Funny Typo

More than four years ago Project Gutenberg introduced a glaring but very funny mistake into the first paragraph of their digital edition of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, adding the word "tush" instead of "tusk" to the poem that opens the chapter "Mowgli's Brothers". More than four years later, Google now finds over 2,500 sites quoting the "tush" version of Kipling's poem, including several universities and even the Encyclopedia Britannica!

Jun 27 22:08

Joe Libermanism is spreading

Jun 27 15:12

On June 24th Judicial-Inc Was Shut Down Again

90% of Judicial-Inc is merely current news links, and the other 10% is commentary on world events. Judicial's number of 'host-suspensions' may set a record for the most banned website on the internet. So you need to ask - why? Obviously the simple answer is some of the analysis is hitting too close to home. There are probably twenty other websites with the same format, and none of them have been touched.

I have to suspect there will be a major event such as a nuke in an American city, followed by an attack on Iran, and this is followed by an economic implosion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In the days before 9-11, the FBI went around the United States shutting down all the websites of various Muslim charities and news organizations; the websites most likely to ask questions about why the media was blaming Muslims for the attack when Mossad agents were arrested on that day after being seen clapping and cheering as the towers fell.

Coincident with Joe Lieberman's push for total internet censorship, we are seeing attacks on patriot websites and patriots themselves.

This is consistent with the theory that Israel and the US are preparing a new 9-11 to "sell" the war with Iran, and are trying to take down as many of the patriot sites as they can without attracting attention.

Well, too bad, because we can see what they are trying to do.

Jun 27 14:13

The Powers-That-Be Are Terrified of the Mass Awakening Taking Place Worldwide

Our situation is admittedly dire.

Oligarchs are seizing more overt control in most countries in the world, the worldwide economy is on course for another - even bigger - train wreck, countries are cracking down on freedom and becoming more tyrannical, we are in a permanent state of war, and companies like BP are destroying our natural resources without any checks and balances.

But as Andrew Gavin Marshall points out, the elites are actually terrified of the mass political awakening which is occurring worldwide.

Jun 27 08:21

Personal Computers Could Be Open to Government Access Under New Obama Copyright Plan

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is not about copyrights. This is about the government having absolute access to all your emails and files at all times without a warrant. Back during the Seattle APEC, FBI agents were caught spying on attendees' laptop computers, not for evidence of a crime, but for industrial secrets which were passed on the favored political cronies. Other agents have been charged with insider trading for taking the information gleaned from computers and cell phones and using it for their own personal gain.

Don't get me wrong; my sympathies are very much with the holders of copyrights and I am opposed to sharing of copyrighted files. But Obama's push for unlimited government access to your computers is all about holding off the inevitable revolution while we are taxed into a Gaza lifestyle of poverty and helplessness for the benefit of Obama's Israeli masters. The fact is that the vast majority of file sharers, if they are unable to share the files will not purchase the content anyway BECAUSE NOBODY HAS THE JOBS TO PAY FOR LUXURY ITEMS LIKE MOVIES AND MUSIC. The decline in entertainment revenues matches the decline in revenues across the society. The blame does not fall on the file sharers but on the government which has mismanaged this economy to the edge of ruin. NOBODY is doing good business right now.

The fact is that shutting down the file sharing will not only not significantly improve the sale of music and videos, but will DECREASE the sale of digital media players!

Jun 27 07:44

Senate 'Internet Kill Switch' Bill Moves Forward

A Senate committee on Thursday approved a cyber-security bill that has prompted concern about a presidential "Internet kill switch."

The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee unanimously approved the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010 (S. 3480). It now moves to th20lsidgh...[NO CONNECTION]

Jun 27 06:29

Obama Internet kill switch plan approved by US Senate

A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill that some critics have suggested would give the US president the authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack.

Senator Joe Lieberman and other bill sponsors have refuted the charges that the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act gives the president an Internet "kill switch."...

Jun 26 17:28

UK paper requires free Web accounts; traffic plunges

Jun 26 08:32

UK regulator: net neutrality rules bad for consumers

Britain's telecommunications regulator says its "preliminary view" is that "there is currently insufficient evidence to justify regulation to prohibit certain forms of traffic management." In other words, Ofcom sees no need for open Internet rules, given the agency's view that nothing has happened in United Kingdom cyberspace to merit them.

Jun 26 08:30

Obama internet 'kill switch' bill approved

The US senators pushing a controversial new bill that some fear would give President Barack Obama the powers to seize control of and even shut down the internet have rejected claims it would give Obama a net "kill switch".

The bill, titled Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, has been unanimously approved by the US Homeland Security committee and will be put to a vote on the Senate floor shortly.

Jun 26 06:38

BP buys Google, Yahoo search words:Is it to keep people from real news on Gulf oil spill disaster?

Jun 26 01:42


A JEWISH-LED SENATE COMMITTEE approved legislation that would “fundamentally reshape” the way the government ‘protects’ public AND private sector cyber networks.

The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, led by Chairman Joe Lieberman, a freedom-hating, Talmudic Jew, is the sponsor of this bill which would create a Cyberspace Policy Office within the White House.

The bill, Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, maliciously crafted by Lieberman, would also create a new center within Homeland Security, (Talmudic Jew Lieberman at the head), which would implement cyber-security policies.

This new agency within the Department of Homeland Security will be named, The National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications (NCCC).

Jun 25 11:07

Apple's Al Gore Problem

Now Apple is in the situation of having on its Board of Directors, Al Gore, who has been accused of sexual assault. Not only has he been accused of the assault, but the accuser alleges that Gore asked her to enter the bedroom of his hotel room to listen to a song on an iPod, while he bragged about his affiliation with Apple.

Jun 25 10:22

Obama Can Shut Down Internet For 4 Months Under New Emergency Powers

President Obama will be handed the power to shut down the Internet for at least four months without Congressional oversight if the Senate votes for the infamous Internet ‘kill switch’ bill, which was approved by a key Senate committee yesterday and now moves to the floor.

The Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, which is being pushed hard by Senator Joe Lieberman, would hand absolute power to the federal government to close down networks, and block incoming Internet traffic from certain countries under a declared national emergency.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The "Silicon Curtain" is being pulled across America

Jun 25 07:17

Apple Collecting iPhone, iPad, Mac User Locations in Real Time, Passing On Info to Unknown 3rd Parties

Apple Inc. has changed a clause in it’s privacy policy agreement that allows the Californian based giant to determine the “precise” and “real-time geographic location” of iPhone, iPad and other Apple gadget users, set to create a firestorm of controversy.

In print buried deep in the” Apple Customer Privacy Policy”, Apple will now be able to pass off real time location data of users to unspecified “partners and licensees” for unknown use.

Apple users are forced to agree with the new terms of privacy whenever apps are downloaded from the Apple iTunes store. Users cannot download any new media for their various devices until they agree with the highly contentious privacy changes.

Jun 25 07:16

I blush.

Jun 23 20:26

WHO to tax your internet usage to fund vaccines in third-world countries

The United Nations' World Health Organization (WHO) is pushing hard to impose global consumer taxes to help fund its various programs, including a new proposal that would tax the internet in order to pay for vaccines and other pharmaceutical medicines for third-world countries. Yes, you read that right - WHO wants every person in the world to help pay for drugs that make Big Pharma even richer.

Consider it a reverse Robin Hood ploy: They're stealing from the working class and giving to the ultra wealthy drug companies!

Jun 23 11:21

The Fate of the Internet. Decided in a Back Room

The Wall Street Journal just reported that the Federal Communications Commission is holding "closed-door meetings" with industry to broker a deal on Net Neutrality – the rule that keeps control over the Internet with the people who use it.

Given that the corporations at the table all profit from gaining control over information, the outcome won't be pretty.

Jun 23 11:18

Israel hiring computer hackers.

Jun 23 08:03

Driver saved from wronfgul prosecution by taping the cop!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Linked in light of yesterday;s radio guest

Jun 22 13:03

ACLU: FBI used 'dragnet'-style warrantless cell tracking

To nab a pair of men accused of robbing banks in Connecticut, court documents show the FBI turned to a novel investigative technique last year: warrantless monitoring of the locations of about 180 different cell phones, court documents show.

The FBI obtained a secret order--it has not been made public--commanding nine different telephone companies to provide federal police "with all cell site tracking data and cell site locator information for all incoming and outgoing calls to and from the target numbers."

But because the U.S. Justice Department did not obtain a warrant by proving to a judge that there was probable cause to suspect criminal activity, there's now a risk that the evidence from the location surveillance may be tossed out of court as illegally obtained.

Jun 22 12:54

Could we see the rise of a new electronic totalitarianism?

If a new doctrine of total change arises, abetted and advocated by fanatics, then we might have another case of totalitarianism, one that will then benefit from the highly technological advanced forms of social control available to dictatorships.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

All of a sudden, "Luddite" seems not such a bad thing.

Jun 22 09:44

Privacy Change: Apple Knows Where Your Phone Is And Is Telling People

Apple updated its privacy policy today, with an important, and dare we say creepy new paragraph about location information. If you agree to the changes, (which you must do in order to download anything via the iTunes store) you agree to let Apple collect store and share "precise location data, including the real-time geographic location of your Apple computer or device."

Apple says that the data is "collected anonymously in a form that does not personally identify you," but for some reason we don't find this very comforting at all. There appears to be no way to opt-out of this data collection without giving up the ability to download apps.

Jun 22 08:03

Australian Government To Force Internet Users To Install State-Approved Software

The Australian government is set to intensify its war against Internet freedom by forcing web users to install state-approved anti-virus software. If they fail to do so, they will be denied an Internet connection, or if their computer is later infected, the user’s connection will be terminated.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And if everyone is using the exact same mandated software, then the hackers have an easier time infecting every machine because they know what the defenses are!

Jun 21 10:07

California considers digital ads on car license plates

The California Legislature, apparently oblivious to the scourge of distracted driving and struck daft by a $19 billion budget deficit, has approved a detailed study of a proposal that could transform license plates on the state's 30 million-plus automobiles into miniature billboards.

Jun 21 06:43

Internet Freedom under pressure in Denmark

On 27 May the Danish Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision which obliges internet service providers (ISPs) to block access to websites that may contain - or link to other sites which contain - material which infringes copyrights (the Pirate Bay in this instance).

The decision has rightly been criticized as a setback for internet freedom in Denmark. The decision attaches undue weight to the interests of copyright holders while ignoring obvious dangers of abuse, restrictions on internet freedom and access to information and the lack of any due process.

Jun 21 05:58

Lieberman: China Can Shut Down The Internet, Why Can’t We?

President Obama himself has criticized Chinese Internet censorship as a hindrance to the free flow of information and allowing citizens to hold their governments accountable, and yet Lieberman wants to hand Obama similar powers.

Given the nature of Chinese Internet regulation, with has nothing to do with “war” as Lieberman claims and everything to do with political censorship and covering up information about state oppression, we should be alarmed that the Senator wants to see America move in the same direction.

Jun 18 14:08

FLASHBACK - WikiLeaks founder has his passport confiscated

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unless his passport has been restored, then he is still in Australia. Which has a lot of empty space to hide out in.

Jun 18 10:54

Commissar Joe Lieberman

The totalitarian senator Joe Lieberman wants the US dictator-in-chief to be able to “seize” and even “shut down” the internet in a national emergency. What sort of emergency? Well, for example, if people are getting news that the government does not want them to have, about some planned Middle East war of aggression, or a putsch in DC.

Jun 18 09:29

With Rumored Manhunt for Wikileaks Founder and Arrest of Alleged Leaker of Video Showing Iraq Killings, Obama Admin Escalates Crackdown on Whistleblowers of Classified Information

Jun 18 08:26

FCC Moves to Regulate Internet--Even Though the Law Calls for Internet to be 'Unfettered by Federal or State Regulation'

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on Thursday to begin the formal process of bringing the Internet under greater federal control – a move sought by both President Barack Obama and FCC Chairnman Julius Genachowski--even though federal law calls for an Internet "unfettered by Federal or State regulation."

Jun 18 07:12

Can Obama Shut Down the Internet?

A new bill rocketing through Congress would give the president sweeping powers to police the Web for national-security reasons. Could this be a way to block WikiLeaks?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is an attack by the government on freedom of the press targeted specifically at the blogs and alternative media. The label "National Security", originally defined as militarily significant secrets, has grown to a wide brush used to block stories of war crimes and political corruption the public has both a right and a need to know.

This is the first stage of censorship and a cold wake-up call to the dictatorship that has emerged in our nation.

Jun 18 07:07

The FCC’s Grand Plan to Control Your Internet, TV, and Phone?

This Thursday, the FCC opens up comments on its proposal regulate the Internet. While no one is quite sure all that it will contain, Scott Cleland (a long-time telecom policy expert and insider) has pieced together recent FCC filings from Google to outline how Net Neutrality regulations could be part of a grand plan to control how virtually all media enters your home.

Jun 17 10:27

Neomarxist Behind the Obama/FTC Attacks on Bloggers and Drudge-Type Aggregators

There is a powerful movement to re-direct news in a controlled fashion in the United States. For all practical purposes, it would be a takeover by government of news media reporting using the "nudge" style method of control favored by the Obama Administration.

Jun 16 11:38

You know all those "Nigerian Scam" emails you got? Guess where they came from!

Jun 16 08:29

420,000 Scam E-Mails Sent To Britons Each Hour

A recent study conducted by life assistance company CPP has revealed that Britons are targeted with more than 420,000 scam emails every hour.

The study reports that the rise of online baking and credit card frauds have led to £285 being stolen from someone every seven seconds.

CPP informs that out of the 3.7 billion scam emails sent to Britons in the last 12 months, more than half were from perpetrators impersonating a known bank or financial services agency.

Jun 16 07:30

New Bill Gives Obama ‘Kill Switch’ To Shut Down The Inte*^%*...[NO CONNECTION]

The federal government would have “absolute power” to shut down the Internet under the terms of a new US Senate bill being pushed by Joe Lieberman, legislation which would hand President Obama a figurative “kill switch” to seize control of the world wide web in response to a Homeland Security directive.

Lieberman has been pushing for government regulation of the Internet for years under the guise of cybersecurity, but this new bill goes even further in handing emergency powers over to the feds which could be used to silence free speech under the pretext of a national emergency.

Jun 15 16:54

WikiLeaks is Asking for Urgent Help

WikiLeaks is Asking for Urgent Help
By David Heath
July 15, 2010 "iTWire" -- Following the arrest of the person suspected of leaking the “Collateral Murder” video, WikiLeaks feels that it is under attack and is seeking urgent support.
iTWire received the following message in the past few minutes, it’s meaning is very clear. We ask readers to assist where they can.
WikiLeaks may be under attack.

Jun 15 14:06

Fox in the henhouse: can we trust Israeli security companies? Did Israel give us the disease to sell us the cure?

Gordon Duff argues that recent evidence proving that Israel fabricated video scenes from the Freedom Flotilla attack should serve as a wake-up call to alert the world to the activities of Israeli agents worldwide – many of whom work in companies contracted to “guard” international airports – and the real possibility that they could use their positions to stage the next “terrorist” attack.

Jun 14 18:28

ISRAEL: iPhone is ANTI-SEMITIC!!!! (No, really, it is!)

Jun 14 10:11

A better typing feel than the iPad!! :)

Jun 14 06:23

WickedLasers Unveils "Lightsaber" Powerful Enough to Set People on Fire

The laser is built with a diode from Casio's new mercury-free Green Slim projectors which ironically have a somewhat blue tint. The laser is rated at 1 watt of power and retails for a mere $200 USD.

And here's the best (or worst) part -- it can set people (or things) on fire. Apparently the laser is so high powered that shining it on fleshy parts will cause them to burst into flames. Of course it's equally capable of blinding people. The retailer warns:

Jun 13 06:14

Pentagon Manhunt

Manning has reportedly admitted that he downloaded 260,000 diplomatic cables and provided them to Wikileaks. In Internet chat logs first revealed by Wired magazine, Manning also took credit for leaking the 2007 video to the website.

“Hillary Clinton and several thousand diplomats around the world are going to have a heart attack when they wake up one morning and find an entire repository of classified foreign policy is available,” Manning wrote of the diplomatic cables, according to Wired.

Wikileaks has not confirmed that Manning is a source of any information posted on the site. “We do not know if Mr. Manning is our source, but the U.S. military is claiming he is, so we will defend him,” Wikileaks said in another Twitter message.

Jun 12 03:11

Obama is already toughest president on leaks

In 17 months in office, President Obama has already outdone every previous president in pursuing leak prosecutions. His administration has taken actions that might have provoked sharp political criticism for his predecessor, George W. Bush, who was often in public fights with the press.

Jun 11 14:22

Critics of Israel carry the fight for truth to Israel's facebook page.

Jun 11 11:06

US ‘desperately’ trying to keep Wikileaks from publishing US communications about Arab states

Philip Shenon, a former New York Times reporter now writing for Tina Brown's The Daily Beast, alleged late Thursday that the Pentagon is "desperately" searching for the founder of the whistleblower website Wikileaks, out of concern he is about to publish classified US State Department cables.

Curiously, the piece cites an American diplomat as saying their chief concern is the leak of communications "prepared by diplomats and State Department officials throughout the Middle East, regarding the workings of Arab governments and their leaders."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The rumor is that these cables further document that Israel is controlling the US Government and its war machine.

Jun 11 09:27

T-Shirt Critical of Hitler and Gun Control Banned by eBay

A T-shirt that warns against how dictators like Hitler used gun control to disarm their victims has been sensationally banned by eBay after the online auction giant labeled the garment “Nazi propaganda” despite the fact that it carries an anti-Nazi message.

Jun 11 07:01

Adobe Flash 10.1 is out

WEB AND GRAPHICS SOFTWARE HOUSE Adobe has released Flash Player 10.1 and said that a final version for the Android mobile OS will be released "later this month".

There are improvements to conserve resources, reduce power usage and extend battery life. Adobe claims that Flash Player can now automatically reduce the power consumption for content running in the background on a non-visible browser tab to improve performance when users are multitasking.

There is better hardware decoding and buffering, P2P video, multicast and http streaming.

Jun 10 10:54

Google accused of criminal intent over StreetView data

Google is "almost certain" to face prosecution for collecting data from unsecured wi-fi networks, according to Privacy International (PI).

Jun 10 07:25

More than 114,000 Apple iPad users have email addresses exposed in massive hacking attack

The email addresses of more than 114,000 Apple iPad users including celebrities and politicians have been exposed in a targeted hacking attack in the US.

The massive security breach leaves all of those affected open to spam and malicious hacking.

The vulnerability affected only iPad users who signed up for AT&T's 3G wireless internet service.

Jun 09 08:55

Apple's Iphone 4 will trounce its Ipad

Apple's fourth Iphone is technically the most impressive mobile device it has launched. It won't have the same impact as the second generation unit that brought with it the App Store, but it will help Apple in its losing fight with Android. The problem for Jobs is that it has also shown up the Ipad for the device that it really is, an oversized Iphone without a phone.

Jun 09 08:50

Ex-teacher learns the hard way: Watch what you put online

"One thing I told my students is not to gloat, not to strike a hostile tone in their speeches," she wrote on "Then, of course, I heard a speech that did both of those things."

Collins added that she felt "annoyance" because she disagreed with the politics of the speech and "dismay" that her message about the right tone was not getting through.

(Though she never said so on her blog, in an interview Collins said that the student had given a speech about "Obama's lies." She provided The Inquirer with copies of documents from the school and the family about the events leading to her firing, and her responses.)

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A clear example of schools abandoning education to focus on political indoctrination. If the US Government intends to send these kids out to die for the Bill of Rights, the very least the teachers should do is teach the kids to use those rights! Coming down on the student publicly because she disagreed with the political content was completely over the line.

Jun 09 08:16


Webmaster's Commentary: 

All this last week Israel's "Megaphones" have fought a battle on Twitter for world opinion regarding the attack on the aid flotilla and the subsequent collapse of the blockade at the Egyptian border; a battle Israel's shills have been losing. Then today, twitter is suddenly unavailable, being jammed with far too many tweets to function either through or through the API. Maybe it is just a coincidence, but I do not view networking that goes down when it is most convenient for the tyrants of this world as a matter of luck. Israel has the highest per-capita concentration of hackers in the world, and this downtime for twitter is certainly very convenient for them.

I wonder how long it will be before the "problem" is fixed.

UPDATE: The web interface to twitter is starting to work sporadically, but the API is still reporting it is overloaded and unavailable.

UPDATE 2: Twitter starting to work, although many functions disabled.

Jun 08 11:47

New media filling news void

“Citizen reporting is changing the game. People are no longer waiting for information to come from the top. Information is not going into a black hole.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 
Jun 08 08:45

BP Buys 'Oil' Search Terms to Redirect Users to Official Company Website

BP, the very company responsible for the oil spill that is already the worst in U.S. history, has purchased several phrases on search engines such as Google and Yahoo so that the first result that shows up directs information seekers to the company's official website.

Jun 07 13:28


Webmaster's Commentary: 

I used to use "Web of Trust" with Firefox to steer clear of crooked websites, but lately the system has been hijacked by the "Megaphonies" who flood the rating system with negative ratings for any websites that question Israel's policies and actions. This page is a good example. This is the online version of the article, "The 13th Tribe" which details the Khazar heritage of the Ashkenazi. Because the fact that the Ashkenazi are the descendants of people who converted to Judaism in 800AD and NOT the direct descendants of the biblical Hebrews contradicts official Israeli claims to "own" Palestine, the megaphones have gone out and used WOT to smear any sites that discuss the matter.

But the proof is right before your eyes. The Ashkenazi have pale Caucasian skin, proof that they are not actually Semitic.

So, I will no longer use Web of Trust and suggest that everyone uninstall it immediately.

Jun 07 06:48

Zero-day exploit for Adobe Reader, Flash now in the wild

Adobe has announced that an exploitable flaw in Adobe Reader 9.x, Acrobat 9.x, and Flash 9.x and 10.x has been discovered and is being actively exploited. Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux versions are all affected. The flaw allows arbitrary code execution by attackers, and hence it is deemed "critical."

Adobe presently has no fix available. Adobe Reader 8.x is unaffected, as is the Flash 10.1 beta; downgrading Reader and upgrading Flash therefore provides protection against the flaw.

Jun 07 06:31

Every Google search to be logged and saved for two years under new Euro MP plan

Every Google web search could be stored for up to two years under a controversial new EU plan that has the backing of more than 300 Euro-MEPs.

'Written Declaration 29' is intended to be used as an early warning system to stop paedophiles by logging what they look for using search engines.

But civil liberty groups have hit out at the proposal which they say is a 'completely unjustifiable' intrusion into citizens' privacy.

And they claim that there is no evidence that it would even be effective in trapping paedophiles who would never use search engines like Google to look for child pornography.