Bill Buppert in studio for 2 hours - Blog: www.ZeroGov.com - Anti-Government - Pro-Liberty - Plus another special in-studio guest Gregg T. A long time friend and long ago Voluntarist from the mid 90's that now farms off grid with his family in Missou
DARPA has created a technology that can index and analyze video in real-time, marking the end of anonymity in public places.
But don’t let this journalistic over-hype curb your admiration for these hi-tech spectacles. The Ex-Eye is still pretty awesome. It bridges the gap between cutting edge surveillance and enforcement, allowing security personnel the opportunity...
That Barack Obama has continued the essence of the Bush/Cheney Terrorism architecture was once a provocative proposition but is now so self-evident that few dispute it (watch here as arch-neoconservative David Frum -- Richard Perle's co-author for th
DHS today released its ninth monograph in its 9/10/11 Project, focusing on the growth of the use of biometrics and ID authentication, detailing how the partnership of government and private industry has brought sophisticated new biometric...
All of a sudden, torture, which had fallen back into the disrepute in which it had been for centuries, is again in the clear. Anything that leads to the elimination of bin Laden is a valid instrument.
I called paramedics Sunday the 17th April to have my Dad taken to hospital because of a high fever. I was unable to follow because I had the grandchildren at the time. The next day he seemed to be almost back to normal. I was able to talk wiRead Letter
Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for better rail security now that the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound has turned up plans to attack trains in the U.S. “Anyone, even a member of al-Qaida could purchase a train ticket and board an Amtrak train wi
Police state justice in America
However, of all countries, Mexico is really taking a step into the future when it comes to biometrics. It all started last September, when the residents of the city of Leon were due to be secured through iris scanning.
But designing a government system smart enough to distinguish some of those nuances inevitably requires a collection of personal data. States could just have someone write down your mileage every year along with an emissions...
Pinal joins dozens of sheriff's offices and correctional facilities across the nation using BI2 Technologies, a Massachusetts-based biometric intelligence company. The company gives local law enforcement iris-scanning capabilities and a database...
The consortium in charge of restructuring the world’s most infamous private-security firm just added a new chief in charge of keeping the company on the straight and narrow.
Among other things, CBO suggested that a vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax could be tracked by installing electronic equipment on each car to determine how many miles were driven; payment could take place electronically at filling stations.
This video is lets you see a local police force in full "Uber Police State" mode.
Documents recently obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request reveal detailed information about the FBI's electronic surveillance capabilities. The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed the request in 2007 after it was reported the agency w
Your iris will literally be your key to many things in the future. It will be your personal password to your computer and mobile device. The key to your car and house. Your access code to ATM machines. And who needs credit cards when...
Students attending the Wheeler Block Party were met by a Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force who used tear gas, LRAD sound weapons and crowd suppression tactics to force students into their homes.
http://RTR.org | Annual year-end block party at Western Illinois University ends with riot police. Students attending the Wheeler Block Party were met by a Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force who used tear gas, LRAD sound weapons and crowd suppression ta
In reality, if everything and everyone is nothing but a target-of-opportunity for these international-outlaws; then who or what will be left to create anything worth stealing-anywhere?
All bets are off whether the Lukashenko regime will last 10 years, 10 months, or 10 days.
From each volunteer participant, the government collects 10 fingerprints, 2 iris images, and a photo, and if the new data don't match any identity already enrolled, it assigns the person a unique 12-digit number. After that, a single fingerprint...
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer has been suspended after he is caught on video tape beating a man in his own front yard.
The Power of "NO!"
You need to make a simple change: go to 'account', 'account settings', 'facebook Ads' (along the top), then go to 'ads shown by third parties', choose 'NO ONE' then SAVE. Please share for those who haven't done this yet... (Does this work?)
Ruthless persecution of an innocent man
Dutch news outlet AD is reporting that such data captured by TomTom navigation devices has been purchased by the country's police force and is being used to determine where speed traps and cameras should be placed.
Torture and repression of innocent Gitmo detainees
The video has a slight delay, which creates a strange feeling of disconnection as you watch yourself watching yourself walking beneath it. If you are in the system, the monitor flashes green and welcomes you by name.
The 3.3-square-mile North Shore enclave of Kings Point is launching a far-reaching surveillance network that can compare the license plate of every car going into the village against federal and state crime databases such as most-wanted lists, stolen