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9-11: Rise of the Police State
Featuring Interviews with:
Clinton Advisor David Gergen,
Filmmaker Michael Moore,
& An Undercover Police State Henchman Posing as a Journalist
Scannable humans? The future of South Beach
Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, Spain, has established a system where club patrons link their VeriChip to their credit cards to pay for the evening's drinks. This concept was also featured on an episode of CSI: Miami, when a clubber used the chip to carry her credit card information while partying on South Beach.
What Search Sites Know About You
As operators of the most popular search engines roll out more services that require user registration, industry observers and privacy advocates say it's become more feasible to associate a particular query with an individual.
Horses get RFID chipped
No one can talk to a horse , of course, but a New York state department intends to use donated microchips to help "communicate" the identity, health and whereabouts of horses to protect the state's equine population.
British government drops ID cards bill
Controversial plans to introduce national identity cards across Britain have been dropped by the government, Home Secretary Charles Clarke has confirmed.
Senator Wants To Ban Big Brother Black Boxes
Zapper Detects, Destroys Unwanted RFID Chips
More CCTV cameras than ever before
Work zones to get cameras
Big Brother Watches, and Security Companies Profit
Louisiana considers emulating Texas road-funding system
State legislators are working to copy a system of funding toll roads that has raised $6 billion in Texas, though they have not decided where to find the increased revenue.
DRIVING N.Y. TO RUIN
Tolls would rise about 25 percent for cars and an average of 35 percent for trucks. And, thanks to a simultaneous "toll simplification" plan, some truckers could face effective hikes of 100 percent or more, says William Joyce, president of the state Motor Truck Association.
Texas HB 2893, Replacing All Vehicle Inspection Stickers with RFID Tags
In section 601.507 of Texas HB 2893 , the Texas Legislature is considering replacing all vehicle inspection stickers with RFID tags.
Minutemen catch 141 illegals so far
In its second day of operations, the civilian volunteer Minuteman Project claimed to have aided the Border Patrol in the apprehension of 141 illegal aliens along the Arizona border and deterred many more from attempting to cross from Mexico.
Leaving U.S.? Passport may be needed to get back in
The proposed passport requirements, unveiled Tuesday by the Department of Homeland Security, would be phased in by the end of 2007 and would apply to U.S. citizens visiting Canada, Bermuda and the rest of the Americas. Canadians and most Mexicans would be required to produce a passport to enter the United States.
U.S. to Tighten Border Controls by 2008
RICE, BUSH AND CONGRESS VS. MINUTE MAN PATRIOTS
While in Mexico kissing and polishing Fox’s boots recently, Secretary of State Condi Rice blurted out that she does not support lawless vigilantes patrolling America’s vulnerable southern border. Never mind 4,000 illegal aliens and drug smugglers cross nightly over the Arizona sector alone--according to Time Magazine! She felt the Minute Man Project represented lawless behavior on the part of American citizens.
Border watchers have eyes on Texas
In the first few days of the patrols, which started Sunday, about 200 volunteers from across the United States have taken up positions along a 23-mile stretch of border around the Arizona towns of Naco and Douglas. Project organizer Chris Simcox and others said they plan to organize similar border-watch projects in Texas and other states.
Border Group Report Results in Arrests