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Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act – H.R.624 With all the hubbub over the Boston bombing, it’s easy to miss the fact that anti-internet privacy bill CISPA is expected to pass the House this week. Accordingly, here’s a quick round-up … Continue reading
Looking for anyway to continue squeezing a penny from the American citizens and businesses in order to continue their out of control spending, the U.S. Senate is again considering an online sales tax in their budget talks…. From The Daily … Continue reading
MEXICO CITY – Vigilantes who have taken up arms against drug cartel violence and common crime in southern Mexico announced Thursday they will bring charges ranging from organized crime to kidnapping and extortion against 50 men and three women who … Continue reading
Guess who? Japanese scientists launch face recognition-blocking glasses Those concerned with online privacy may soon get another weapon to defend it. Two Japanese scientists have designed glasses that confuse face recognition technology without affecting one`s vision. An associate professor at … Continue reading
India joined the United States in rejecting the United Nations International Telecommunication Union treaty at the World Conference on International Telecommunications in Dubai. “India feels there should not be a regulation of the Internet,” Rabindra Jha, the deputy director general … Continue reading
Proposed law scheduled for a vote next week originally increased Americans’ e-mail privacy. Then law enforcement complained. Now it increases government access to e-mail and other digital files. Revised bill highlights ✭ Grants warrantless access to Americans’ electronic correspondence to … Continue reading
Washington, D.C. – Today, Live Action praised human rights activist Chen Guangcheng whose escape from house arrest and call to the United States has put the spotlight on his home country’s one-child policy which has led to women being forced … Continue reading
Retired Raytheon Engineer Don Woolley is planning to start the Southern Arizona Conservative PAC in Sahuarita, Arizona. Mr. Woolley has been working on getting the paper work completed with the Secretary of State and has a Facebook page. In an … Continue reading
by Glen Davis For twenty-four hours, Wikipeda plans to black out the English version of their eleven-year old online encyclopedia protest the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act S. 968 and The Stop … Continue reading