Feb 152012


What can a drone drop on your roof, be dropped off in a box while you are on holiday or just get left near your home?

The off-the-shelf wifi data gathering box that anyone could have built.

No more evaluation if found as the unit is clean.



Feb 152012

Via:  www.montrealgazette.com/news/Bill+provokes+privacy+fears/6142986/story.html

and arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2012/02/canadian-government-proposes-warrantless-internet-spying-bill.ars?comments=1#comments-bar


Warrant requirements have been relaxed, telco tracking of web, phone will be allowed for a year, up from a 60-day.

Gather to protest and expect all phone data to be found and tracked.  From that data web behaviours can be logged.

Also see “Canada and Bill C-52, isp subscriber info with no warrant”




Feb 102012

Via:  http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/news-ticker/2012/feb/07/more-concerns-over-san-onofre-safety/


Parts that where replaced in 2009 are showing deterioration.

Will utility customers have to pay for new parts again?

Feb 042012

Via:  wired.com/dangerroom/2012/02/body-implants/


Soldiers could be getting real-time implantable biosensors to log stress hormones and report back to a “Peak Soldier Performance” like program.

Boost the body’s energy levels?

Getting sleep deprived?

Would some methamphetamine (crystal meth) help with that?

Recall dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1371512/Nazis-fed-speed-infantrymen-tested-cocaine-like-stimulant-concentration-camps.html

Or just help you forget theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/02/ending-the-nightmares-how-drug-treatment-could-finally-stop-ptsd/252079/


Jan 072012

Via:  gsnmagazine.com/node/25384?c=cbrne_detection



Some links to why the data requested by FOIA news.slashdot.org/story/11/06/27/2012226/cancer-cluster-possibly-found-among-tsa-workers


May 072011

Found www.thestranger.com/seattle/the-long-con/Content?oid=7989613 on cryptogon.net


A look at a Operation Big Slick, a two year investigation into the world of big mouths, weird lifestyles.




Apr 222011

Via:  wired.com/threatlevel/2011/04/scotus-gps-monitoring


The US Supreme Court is considering the US governments request to allow GPS tracking of a suspects vehicle, without a court warrant.



Mar 232011

Via:  ibtimes.com


The Expert Behavioral Analysis Panel news about the 2001 anthrax letter attacks.

Could have the US army have seen the signs and stopped the security clearance?