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First They Came

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

ИконописиконографияПравославни иконикухниHere’s an interesting video from civiliberties.eu. It may be more relevant to the US than we think.

Facebook Changes Terms Of Service

Monday, February 16th, 2009

In case you haven’t heard, Facebook has changed their Terms of Service ever so quietly. On February 4th, Facebook announced a change of their TOS on their corporate blog, but no where else. Until today, no one had really paid any attention, or even known for that matter about the new TOS. That is, until […]

How To Stay Out Of Government Databases

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

Many of you already know that I am an avid reader and supporter of Michael Hampton’s Homeland Stupidity. I’ve used his blog entries in my own posts in the past and I’ve come across another article I want to share. “How to stay out of government databases” is a neat article that Michael wrote back […]

Caller ID Spoofing to be Made Illegal

Friday, June 29th, 2007

Just saw a very interesting article come across my RSS feed from Slashdot. Senate Bill S. 704 is currently being entertained in a Congressional subcommittee right now. This bill serves as an amendment to The Communications Act of 1934 that would make “manipulation of caller identification information” illegal. This means services like SpoofCard and FoneFaker […]

Ohio Government Admits Losing 225,000 SSN’s

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

Tell me again why I should trust the government with any of my sensitive data? Tell me why it is that so many people are in favor of a national ID card (AKA Real ID)?  When are people going to get it through their head that personally identifiable information is best left private with the […]

Conservatives Give Up On Freedom

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

Real ID Watch is a blog any concerned citizen should keep in their respective RSS reader. A couple weeks ago they had a great post about how Conservatives have given up on Freedom and a Limited Government. I used to be a staunch Republican. Then for a while I was simply calling myself a Conservative. […]

Facebook and the Government

Wednesday, May 9th, 2007

Here’s a great, albeit scary, video I found on the web entitled “Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook?”. It’s a video about the possible involvement and relationship of Facebook with the federal government. At just 4 minutes in length, it won’t take you long to watch it. I highly encourage you, […]

New Hampshire Rejects Real ID Act

Monday, April 9th, 2007

I’ve been reading more and more about the Free State Project and I love what I’m hearing. I don’t love the idea because I’m an isolationist. No, I love it because finally someone is standing up to the Federal Government. I still believe they can be put in their place and will eventually realize again […]

Talking CCTV Cameras in UK

Thursday, April 5th, 2007

How long before the ‘talking’ CCTV cameras in the UK become perpetrators of noise pollution? This is just hysterical. The UK is actually implementing CCTV cameras in 20 areas across the region that will talk to you if it sees you breaking certain laws or ordinances such as littering, fighting and other “criminal damages”. Are […]

Washington First State to Adopt RFID Licenses

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007

I must say that I was not expecting a state to support and endorse an RFID driver’s license so quickly, but Washington state seems to have done it. The ink isn’t even dry yet on the REAL ID Draft Regulations and already we have a state passing legislation to offer an RFID driver’s licenses. Proponents […]

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