Primary school children should be eligible for the DNA database if they exhibit behaviour indicating they may become criminals in later life, according to Britain's most senior police forensics expert.
Records of journeys made by people using smart cards that allow 17 million Britons to travel by underground, bus and train with a single swipe at the ticket barrier are among a welter of private information held by the state....
At its most basic level, InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and the private sector.(Can you say Fascism) InfraGard is an association of businesses, academic institutions,state and local law enforcement agencies, and others sharing informationEntered By: Jean Carbonneau
The House narrowly approved legislation that extends the government's ability to spy on Americans, but doesn't include retroactive immunity for telecom companies. [Now we get to see the Dems betray us in the House-Senate conference.]
House Democratic leaders agreed to a rare closed-door session - the first in 25 years - to debate surveillance legislation. Republicans requested privacy for what they termed "an honest debate" on the new Democratic eavesdropping bill that
Senior officials of the FBI repeatedly approved the use of “blanket” records demands to justify the improper collection of thousands of phone records. They used blanket records demands at least 11 times in 2006 alone as a quick way to clean up mistak
Targeting the innocent in Police State America
A stunned computer programmer gets arrested for a quick smoke while walking to work.
After a long and uncharacteristic silence, the State of California is finally weighing-in on the national ID card debate: the anti-REAL ID Assembly Joint Resolution 51 was introduced today by Transportation Committee Chairman Pedro Nava.
In continued defiance of the White House, House Democratic leaders are readying a proposal that would reject giving legal protection to the phone companies that helped in the National Security Agency’s program of wiretapping without warrants.
Federal Court Judge Reggie B. Walton is charging Locy with contempt of court for not revealing a source who supplied her with information for a story about the Feds' investigation into anthrax attacks back in 2001. Contempt wouldn't be so bad
It would be much easier to attack Venezuela, with its troublesome leader Hugo Chavez. But the U.S., couldn’t just attack Venezuela without an incident. What if U.S. ally Colombia just happened to have an incursion into Venezuela, and Venezuela respon
Scientists are creating real-life "flies-on-the-walls" by fitting insects with special implants that enable them to be used as spies. The creatures are being installed with special electrodes, batteries and even video cameras that enable th
More than 4,500 cameras in Chicago public schools are being connected to police headquarters and the city's 911 center in a technological upgrade designed to improve safety, officials said Thursday.
Authorities to Gain Fast and Expansive Access to Records
"They also underscore how the use of new data -- and data surveillance -- technology to fight crime and terrorism is evolving faster than the public's understanding or the laws in
The FBI acknowledged it improperly accessed Americans' telephone records, credit reports and Internet traffic in 2006, the fourth straight year of privacy abuses resulting from investigations "aimed at tracking terrorists and spies."
Being the only state to regulate the amount of alcohol that goes into a standard shot, Utah is considering raising the alcohol limit to 1.5 ounces from 1 ounce while enacting a host of new liquor-related rules.
It appears that well over 100 U.S. Citizens were recently discovered sitting in Homeland Security Detention facilities around the country awaiting deportation orders after being denied access to counsel.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of Arizona v. Gant. Gant asks the question whether a permissible "search incident to arrest" can extend to the inside of a car, even when the person arrested can no longer reach the
Area Denial Weapon - coming to your local Police State soon.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman Silvestre Reyes (D-TX), expects a compromise soon on renewal of an eavesdropping law that provide legal protections for telecommunications companies as President Bush has insisted.
The federal government operates a prison that holds entire families. Located in Taylor, Texas and operated by Corrections Corporation of America, this prison holds mostly illegal immigrants,... but soon.
I'm not sure what good it does anymore. [Everyone should view this for a laugh--Powell]
Real ID - Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative - North American Union acknowledged by US State Department - Highways turned over to new levels of Gov't as Toll Roads. The vise is closing very fast and you need to know...
Having eliminated all terrorism in the real world, the US intelligence community is working to develop software that will detect violent extremists infiltrating World of Warcraft and other multiplayer games, according to the Director of National Inte
Police are continuing to investigate the death of a 61-year-old Scottsdale motorcyclist and cannot say whether a photo-radar van played a role in the accident. The van was monitoring one lane of eastbound traffic from 6:30 to 9:45 a.m. Sunday near
First Presidential Directive 51, then the signing 10 days ago of an agreement creating the beginnings of a North American army to be used in domestic disturbances. The Canadian government did not announce the agreement and the American media didn**Q*
If you want to spy on an American, get a warrant. That compels the phone companies to spy, and they can't get sued! If you want to spy on a terrorist - please do. And if a "terrorist can sue a phone company" - as Allard's guy stupid
Passengers travelling between EU countries or taking domestic flights would have to hand over a mass of personal information, including their mobile phone numbers and credit card details, as part of a new package....
Join me, Dave Hodges, host of The Common Sense Show as we explore the topic of the Real ID Card and what it means for every citizen.