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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
Privacy advocate decries ID tags in passports
Privacy activist Bill Scannell has launched a Web site designed to discourage the State Department from deploying remote tagging technology in passports.
CCRKBA Calls Chicago Cops' Hidden Microphones a Civil Rights Threat
Disclosure that the Chicago, Ill. Police department has apparently been "experimenting" with tiny microphones in unmarked police cars that can pick up nearby conversations on the street is yet another civil rights slap in the face in a city where law-abiding citizens have already been effectively stripped of their gun rights.
Big Brother's Mobile Microphones in Unmarked Police Cars
Big Brother takes a back seat in cabs
TAXI drivers now have a weapon in protecting themselves against assaults and robberies with the installation of surveillance video cameras in Tamworth Radio Cabs.
RFID Cards Get Spin Treatment
Conspiracy theorists and civil libertarians, fear not. The U.S. government will not use radio-frequency identification tags in the passports it issues to millions of Americans in the coming years. Instead, the government will use "contactless chips."
Using RFID to keep track of patients
RFID - between spying and utility
Amazon Knows Who You Are
Hair is good source of stem cells
US scientists say they found a good source of stem cells - hair follicles.
The fact that hair grows quickly and is continually replenished makes it an attractive source to harvest the amount of stem cells needed for treatments.
New Fingerprint Technology Developed
Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists are using a new technique to see fingerprints on surfaces that typically make them invisible.
New quake makes only small waves
But unlike December's quake, this latest one did not lead to a wave with anywhere near the same destructive force. Scientists say this may be because the new quake did not release enough energy to cause slippage in the sea floor - and the quake's focus was also deeper.
Pentagon Invests in Unmanned 'Trauma Pod'
Oceanside man mulls border-watch group in California
A Vietnam War veteran, Chase, 58, said he was inspired by a similar plan in the works for next month in Arizona, called the Minuteman Project. It will bring an estimated 1,000 volunteers from across the country to the border near Tombstone, Ariz., to observe and report illegal immigrants coming through
Mexico accused of abusing its illegals
The State Department says that the Mexican government, angry that a thousand American volunteers will begin an Arizona border vigil next month, consistently violates the rights of illegal immigrants crossing its southern border into Mexico.
Gang will target Minuteman vigil on Mexico border
Members of a violent Central America-based gang have been sent to Arizona to target Minutemen Project volunteers.