Privacy

Covers a variety of intrusive surveillance technology including ALPR with special focus on national/international biometric identification schemes utilizing facial recognition technology and what you can do about it Continue reading →

  “Database interconnectivity and mining may become the genie that we all one day wish we could put back in the bottle.”   These are not the words of one of those black helicopter fearing, privacy freaks. These are the … Continue re…

The power elite, in our view, has a special affection for vaccine programs. The more emphatically efficacious it can make vaccines seem, the more ability the elite has to promote a variety of vaccine programs without significant push-back. We are also …

This article is from waaaay back in 2001 but don’t disregard it because of that. The information here is invaluable to understanding what is going on in our public schools. Continue reading →

The California state legislature passed a bill to protect travelers’ sensitive information from being loosed on the information superhighway. But it still awaits the approval of the Governor. And as Oklahoma and other state’s have witnessed, it ain’t …

8/31/2010 By Kaye Beach A few weeks ago I devoted an entire show to the subject of the TSA’s use of Full Body Scanners.  I suggested that even if you were not concerned about the possible negative health effects of … Continue reading →

Aussie Defense Department trials sneaky cameras Published 3 June 2009 One of the biggest shortcomings of facial recognition devices is the angle of image capture; DSTO is toying with “attractors” — lights and sounds emitting devices t…