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Mar 04 08:32

Dancing Israeli's Lawyer Insists that Ohio Professor Who Says Israel Did 9/11 "needs to be thrown off campus immediately"

A black female college professor at Oberlin College in Ohio, Dr. Joy Karega, recently came under fire for some of her social media posts, in which she claimed that the 9/11 attacks were carried out by the Israeli Mossad. You'll never believe who came out of the woodwork to condemn this 'hateful anti-Semitic conspiracy theory' about Jews being involved in 9/11!

Mar 04 08:30

Electricity Supply Gradually Returns in Syria After Nationwide Blackout

Syria's electricity supply was gradually returning after it was cut across the country on Thursday and Internet connections were briefly disrupted, state media said.

SANA news agency quoted the electricity minister saying that the network was returning and would be restored to its earlier capacity by midnight. It did not say what caused the cut.

It said earlier that the "electricity work has been cut in all governorates. Attempts to find the cause of the outage have begun."

Mar 04 08:24

Latest attack against TLS shows the pitfalls of intentionally weakening encryption

Following FREAK and Logjam, DROWN is the third attack resulting from encryption algorithms that were deliberately weakened by the government

Mar 04 08:22

Windows 10 Latest Update May Remove Programs Without Asking You

Microsoft’s first major update to Windows 10 may remove your programs without notifying you. Yes, that’s true. Some people who installed the big November update noticed that a couple of their apps have gone missing after they rebooted.

Many Windows 10 users on Reddit reported a variety of programs, including the popular Speccy, CPU-Z, HWMonitor, and CCleaner software, were being silently removed from their systems. Some claimed the update deleted hardware drivers like Intel Rapid Storage Technology and AMD Catalyst Control Center, too.

Mar 04 08:22

Brazil’s Lula arrested on corruption probe

Brazilian have been wanting to question the former President since September 2015 on suspicion of corruption at the expense of the state-owned oil company Petrobras.

The former President of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, was arrested on Friday, March 4.

Meanwhile, his house, offices, and his institute were being searched in Sao Paolo, Rio de Janeiro, and Bahia. The search involved 44 warrants for search, seizure, and questioning; that is an operation engaging more than 200 federal officers.

Police raided his home executing a warrant issued in an ongoing corruption investigation linked to the state owned oil-company Petrobras. This makes part of a greater Operation Car Wash investigation.

Mar 04 08:21

Bitcoin's nightmare scenario has come to pass

Over the last year and a half a number of prominent voices in the Bitcoin community have been warning that the system needed to make fundamental changes to its core software code to avoid being overwhelmed by the continued growth of Bitcoin transactions. There was strong disagreement within the community, however, about how to solve this problem, or if the problem would ever materialize.

This week the dire predictions came to pass, as the network reached its capacity, causing transactions around the world to be massively delayed, and in some cases to fail completely. The average time to confirm a transaction has ballooned from 10 minutes to 43 minutes. Users are left confused and shops that once accepted Bitcoin are dropping out.

Mar 04 08:18

UN rights boss warns against precedent in Apple vs. FBI case

The top U.N. human rights official warned on Friday that U.S. officials risked opening a "Pandora's Box" in the case against Apple Inc that could infringe the rights of millions worldwide and ease the way for authoritarian rulers and criminal hackers.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a court order last month requiring the company to write new software to disable passcode protection and allow access to an iPhone used by one of the shooters in December killings in San Bernardino, California.

Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said in a statement: "A successful case against Apple in the U.S. will set a precedent that may make it impossible for Apple or any other major international IT company to safeguard their clients' privacy anywhere in the world."

Mar 04 08:17

Warmonger Hearts Hillary

Prominent neocon Robert Kagan has endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president, saying she represents the best hope for saving the United States from populist billionaire Donald Trump, who has repudiated the neoconservative cause of U.S. military interventions in line with Israel’s interests.

Mar 04 08:17

Ukraine Bans Criticism Of The Government

Soidifying its transition into a complete banana republic, on Tuesday Ukraine banned government officials from publicly criticizing the work of state institutions and their colleagues, after what Reuters reported was "damaging disclosures last month that highlighted slow progress in fighting corruption."

Mar 04 08:14

See you in the camp!

Our once proud nation is a mere shell of it’s former glory. When the ruling class determine that the citizens can no longer film crimes committed by the state, well, you can figure out where this headed. We are nothing more than slaves to these people. We have no rights. If we can not use our God given right to speak up against oppression and tyranny it is short walk to the gallows where a death sentence awaits our arrival.

Mar 04 08:14

The Revolution Begins: German Banks Told To Start Hoarding Cash

This is officially an all-out revolution of the financial system where banks are now actively rebelling against the central bank. In a stunningly real rebuttal of Europe's negative interest rate policy, German newspaper Der Spiegel reported yesterday that the Bavarian Banking Association has recommended that its member banks start stockpiling PHYSICAL CASH.

Mar 04 08:13

Homeless Man Owes Government Over $110,000 In Fines For Being Homeless

By John Vibes

The recent case of a homeless man racking up massive fines has exposed the widespread police practice of fining homeless people for being homeless.

Émilie Guimond-Bélanger, a social worker at the Droits Devant legal clinic in Montreal spoke to the media about a case that she worked on where a homeless man racked up over $110,000 in tickets...

Mar 04 08:12

Google overlord Eric Schmidt to run Pentagon advisory board

Who says Chocolate Factory and State Department are too close?

Mar 04 08:11

The Libya Gamble: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Push For War & The Making Of A Failed State

The New York Times has published a major two-part exposé titled "The Libya Gamble" on how then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pushed President Obama to begin bombing Libya five years ago this month.

Mar 04 08:10

Surprise! That blood-pressure app doesn't measure blood pressure

Quantified self types not only fill Twitter feeds with reports from every walking, running, breathing and bonking app around – but the spewed data isn't always particularly accurate.

In a letter published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), a bunch of US medical academics decided to test AuraLife's Instant Blood Pressure app, and they aren't pleased with what they found.

The short version is: unless you're treating the app as a novelty, don't bother with it.

Mar 04 08:07

Beyond Mainstream Medicine – Remembering Our Super Humanity With the Ice Man

By Jefferey Jaxen

The entire mainstream medical establishment has been built upon the supposition that something outside yourself is required for healing to occur. Such a system will tell you that there are no answers to be found within because you alone are somewhat helpless and powerless. According to mainstream medicine, only patented products and procedures that can be billed to your insurance company can heal … everything else is invalid, illegal, unscientific, or just plain quackery. Yet beyond those neatly cramped and confined limitations, better accommodations await those who posses the curiosity to venture into the depth of their own abilities waiting patiently to be activated just beneath the surface...

Mar 04 08:06

If NatWest texts you about online banking fraud, don't click the link

It looks pukka but it's actually fraudsters, warns watchdog

Mar 04 07:57

China’s war with the United States has already begun

In the author’s opinion, since China has an Eastern-styled approach to warfare, most Westerners don’t recognize that the two powerful nations are already engaged in mortal, if not subtle, combat.