Browsing Posts published in November, 2011

When the officer asked if he knew why the police were talking to him I would have said yes, but it is not this guy’s fault that someone freaked out and called the cops because he was walking down the street legally. It is the job of a citizen to know the law. Obviously, the person who called the cops doesn’t know the law or what rights they have as a citizen.

In Farmington Hills, Michigan intelligent lights will soon be keeping a watchful eye over its citizens. But is it really for entertainment and safety or a gross invasion of privacy? “In each lighting fixture or each lighting pole, there is processor very much like an iPhone. And it takes inputs and outputs and talks back and forth. And the poles actually talk to each other,” said Ron Harwood. When you step come into view of the street light, there is a camera that spots you, and the person on the other side sees you by […]

Earlier this week, Presidental hopeful, Mitt Romney, spoke at a town hall meeting in Iowa that he supports an expansion of the controversial E-Verify program for employment. Currently, the program checks the legal status of new employees, but Romney would push it further. Mitt Romney backed a national ID system and government pre-approval of all new hires in the country. It’s a stunning amount of power he wants the federal government to have. You’ve got to crack down on employers that hire people that are illegal, and that means you have to have a system […]

Researchers at Wuhan University, National Research Council of Canada and the Center for Functional Genomics at the University at Albany have been working together to create GMO rice that contains human blood protein chemically identical to human serum albumin. This protein is normally obtained by extracting it from blood donors. It is then used to treat patients with burns and liver disease, but blood donors can now be bypassed with a GMO synthetic version. Read the rest of my article at The Daily Censored.

Rhapsody has announced that they will be shutting down their RAX DRM encumbered music system and that users will have until November 7, 2011 to convert any music downloaded before July, 2008. On November 7th, 2011 Rhapsody/RealNetworks will no longer support certain music files you purchased before July 2008. These songs will continue to play after November 7th unless you change to a new computer or substantially update your current computer. However, we strongly recommend you back up these RAX tracks to audio CD to ensure you can continue to enjoy your music. Once you […]

© 2018 Loss of Privacy Powered by WordPress using the Jishnu theme.