Marijuana Growers: Hang onto your pot, here come the genetically modified genes!
This video is based on the song No Surrender by Bruce Springsteen, off the Born in the USA album. This video details moves by DHS, tech companies and military to use Biometrics along with the Cashless Society to create a Police State.
Separate from security intrinsic to the phone, however, is the idea of utilizing biometric systems to secure transactions and other functions completed via the mobile phone but in an online environment.
"So, we're basically putting all of those transactions on the phone, so all you have to do is wave or tap your phone to the reader and then it recognizes you're a loyalty-program member and it recognizes what coupons you've downloaded...
His conclusions are chilling, but not entirely hopeless.
"Basically early adopters," he said. "Somebody that was willing to change, willing to see the future, willing to take that chance to do it differently. Austin came right to the top of the list."
Joe Biden, who now has taken the Fukushima approach to (sur)reality, whereby one merely changes the terms of data measurement when the data does not cooperate. Enter the revised CPI:
In one troubling example, he has two demographically similar friends Google the word Egypt. One gets news about the revolution while the other gets travel-themed results and nothing about political upheaval.
"The trouble with government as it is, is that it doesn’t represent the people. It controls them." ~ John Lennon (1966)
The National Security Agency is working with Internet service providers to deploy a new generation of tools to scan e-mail and other digital traffic with the goal of thwarting cyberattacks against defense firms by foreign adversaries, senior defense
A judge in Corpus Christi, Texas had some harsh words for a mother charged with spanking her own child before sentencing her to probation. "You don't spank children today," said Judge Jose Longoria. "In the old days, maybe we got spanked, but ther
Cloud computing, iris scanning, facial reconstruction scans and DNA developments. "Your identity is going to be online from now on" - and smartphones that are internet-enabled but also give access to GPS location tracking technology.
At the forefront of this rollout is Google, which has teamed up with MasterCard and CitiGroup to produce the service. It’ll work via Google Wallet2, an app that allows customers with compatible phones to begin using NFC.
As a result of the Dodd-Frank Act enacted by US Congress, a new regulation prohibiting US residents from trading over the counter precious metals, including gold and silver, will go into effect on Friday, July 15, 2011.
They'll tell you it is a fight to protect against "blood gold", but what they won't tell you is the blood and gold they are really talking about is yours, if you try to resist once they figure out how they are going to try and grab your gold.
NIST is focused on the creation of two basic protocols that would eliminate the need for biometric devices to have dedicated connections and dedicated device drivers. If successful, users would be able to control any device from anywhere.
Using current error rates, if E-Verify had been mandatory last year, 1.2 million Americans would have had to fix their records before they could start a new job.
Chicago’s Big Brother network of over 10,000 public and private surveillance cameras is already the most extensive and integrated in the nation. But, it’s about to get even bigger. Mayor Rahm Emanuel chaired his first Public Building Commission m
I have a fairy tale for you. Once upon a time, a representative democracy was established with a constitution that distilled the wisdom of the ages.
Only Google and Skyhook Wireless, however, make their location databases linking hardware IDs to street addresses publicly available on the Internet, which raises novel privacy concerns when the IDs they're tracking are mobile.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is giving significant new powers to its roughly 14,000 agents — allowing them more leeway to search databases...
This 'Internet of Things' notion reared its head again yesterday with the announcement by CSR co-founder James Collier's new start-up Neul that it was launching a radio system to use unlicensed white space spectrum.
As written, the Protect IP Act gives the attorney general and private intellectual property holders the power to not only sue owners and operators of U.S.-based websites, but to execute what is known as an in rem action – essentially an action...
The Federal Bureau of Investigation intends to start allowing agents to track subjects without firm evidence of wrongdoing, several keyed-in officials tell the New York Times.
South Korea plans to install or upgrade 300,000 mobile payment checkouts at major retailers and transport services this year in its latest push in the potentially lucrative market as the likes of Google Inc and Apple Inc competitively...
This is respect for the 4th Amendment?
After a quick glance at this year's Bilderberg attendee list, it is not difficult to surmise that a key focus of the elitists is the internet. PEU Report has pulled the names of those directly tied to the internet industry that were invited...
Bill Clinton's call for this new federal agency comes on the heels of similar rantings by a man named Cass Sunstein, the Obama administration's info-czar, who all Web sites should be forced to link to opposing viewpoints or contain pop-ups...
A cryptology instruction book 202 years old. A photograph of the U.S. Army’s cypher bureau from 1919. A breakdown of Russian electoral districts circa 1948. Schematics for a magnetic tape memory system nearly half a century old.
Their scanners, cameras and computer applications are supplied by a US security industry that seems to grow bigger and more insatiable every year. And as she sees it, their neurotic emphasis on security has plenty of negative results...