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    New Zealand Licks Uncle Scam’s Toes: Total Network Surveillance System Operational Tuesday, January 5th, 2010 I suppose the news here is that they admit it. Related: NZ Plugs Into Secret Pentagon Intranet NZ Attorney General on GCSB Intercepts in Urewera 16 Case: “That Evidence Will Never See the Light of Day.” US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand...

    NASA, Google offer more precise emissions tracking

    The question is a potential deal-killer: If nations ever agree to slash greenhouse gas emissions, how will the world know if they live up to their pledges? The answer is in space, experts say — both outer space and cyberspace. NASA, the wonder agency of the 1960s, and Google, the go-to company...
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    China tightens grip with review of personal websites

    Kathrin Hille Financial Times Wednesday, December 16, 2009 China has banned individuals from registering internet domain names and launched a review of millions of existing personal websites in the toughest government censorship drive so far on the internet. As of Monday, people applying...
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    The Art of David Dees The art of illustrationist David Dees. The images may take a min to load if you have a slower Internet connection.
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    EU wants to regulate Internet

    EU wants to regulate Internet Saturday, November 21, 2009 Translated from Dutch Politicians in Brussels has recently gone on the Internet and discovered that there were many Web sites use cookies, small files placed on the Internet browser of the user are stored and linked pages are used to...

    Ghost Ship

    Ghost Ship There must be many other such derelicts— orphaned, abandoned, adrift for whatever reason— but few have kept flying before the winds of cyberspace so briskly as Drunk Driver (the name of the site). Anonymous (the author) signed his last entry years ago, and more years passed before...
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    Two Teenagers Nabbed For Spreading Rumour On Flu Vaccination In Seoul

    Bernama October 29, 2009 Police on Thursday caught two Seoul high school students for spreading false rumors about vaccinations against Influenza A (H1N1) through the Internet and cellphone text messages, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported. One of the students, a freshman, was accused...
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    U.S. Wants Regulations / Censorship on the Internet via Net Neutrality

    U.S. Wants Regulations / Censorship on the Internet via Net Neutrality Oct 25 09 Source: YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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    UCLA Study: The Internet Is Altering Our Brains

    Fox News October 20, 2009 Adults with little Internet experience show changes in their brain activity after just one week online, a new study finds. The results suggest Internet training can stimulate neural activation patterns and could potentially enhance brain function and cognition in...
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    CIA Chief tells truth about wars?!?!

    Came across this in my daily internet travels... Interesting to say the least
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    Cyberbullying Bill Gets Trounced During House Subcommittee Hearing

    Rev. Ted Pike Infowars October 3, 2009 The House Subcommittee hearing today on two “anti-cyberbullying” bills went very poorly for the Anti-Defamation League, architect of these bills, and their two primary sponsors, Rep. Linda Sanchez and Rep. Debbie...
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    Federal Authority Over the Internet?

    April 14th, 2009 in Breaking News, World Alerts Federal Authority Over the Internet? Federal Authority Over the Internet? The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 | Electronic Frontier Foundation. One proposed provision gives the President unfettered authority to shut down Internet traffic in an...