Infowars.com | New phone app allows Facebook to hijack your phone.
Reuters | Idaho becomes second state to restrict use of unmanned aerial vehicles over privacy concerns.
politic365.com | Tenth plank of the Communist Manifesto reads: “Free education for all children in public schools.”
Jeff Berwick | “The inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”
US News | PETA says it’s actively shopping for a drone to monitor hunters.
Laurence Vance | You would think that Rev. Huckabee would be familiar with the commandment “Thou shalt not steal.”
CNS News | System will link names, telephone numbers, utility data and reverse phone look-ups to “assist investigations.”
France 24 | Paris considering buying US-made unarmed surveillance drones to boost its military capabilities.
Guns.com | Feinstein says video games are “a very negative role for young people, and the industry ought to take note of that.”
Christian Science Monitor | Soon, the company will make it much easier, but, some say, at a steep cost to your privacy.
foxnews.com | Homeowners who got grants of up to $30,000 used the money for something else.
Boston Globe | Facebook is purchasing even more information on its members from data brokers.
EFF.org | Many news sites have terms of service that prohibit minors from using their interactive services and sometimes even visiting their websites.
Tech Dirt | Congress is supposed to work for the public, not hide things away from the public.
guardian.co.uk | Resolution regulating multibillion-dollar international arms trade wins overwhelming backing from members.
Jim Meyers and John Bachman | “Growth is the answer” to our nagging economic woes.
washingtonsblog.com | Criminals’ end comes as minions abandon their roles as muscle for criminals.
EFF.org | As of March 27, drivers entering San Francisco no longer have the option to pay the $6 cash toll to a human toll collector.
Mikael Thalen | Email reveals drone demonstration held at State Capitol building Wednesday was purposely kept private from the public.
Becky Akers | I’m of a mixed mind whether to dignify this nonsense with participation.
CNS News | After a bill cleared Congress last year, the FAA predicted there would be 30,000 by 2020. They’ve apparently revised estimate.
thelibertyzone.wordpress.com | Daddy has a responsibility to make all of you “safer.”
New York Post | During his weekly radio broadcast, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg talked about the impending drone surveillance scheme.
Adan Salazar | Soon to be infiltrating millions of homes across the globe with little to no resistance.
WPXI | Sensors in terminal found Bluetooth devices, honed in on signals and tracked how long it took people to get through security.
CNN | This is ubiquitous surveillance: All of us being watched, all the time, and that data being stored forever.
J.D. Heyes | Growing wave of concern over personal privacy helps website go viral.
The Telegraph | New technology will make us all agents for Google.
Washington Times | Marine, who lost both of his legs in an IED blast and who was in a wheelchair, had to remove prosthetic legs at one point.
KQED | It would be one of the toughest smoking laws in the country, and affect some 12 million Californians.
mashable.com | NSA chief and head of the U.S. Cyber Command Gen. Keith Alexander admitted America is ready to attack in cyberspace.
Forbes | Radiation-detection pods attached to wings of drones can monitor airborne radiation.
Aaron Dykes | Has political-correctness gone too far?
Reuters | Obama administration drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens.
PC World | Street View cars collect data about the location of Wi-Fi access points to “help” with Google’s navigation services.
Financial Times | Algorithms can determine sex, race, religion, political leanings, drug-use habits, etc…
Ashley Halsey III | $92 million might sound like a trifle but for the way it was extracted: one parking ticket at a time.
Ron Paul | The administration’s outrageous response to the most serious Constitutional question of all is clear evidence of an executive branch out of control.
Infowars.com | A mandatory anger management program before you can buy ammunition?
Infowars.com | All over the country, the Amber Alert system is being used to tell citizens to spy on each other.
Paul L. Caron | Joint Committee on Taxation recently released a 96 page report on the tax provisions associated with Affordable Care Act.
motherboard.vice.com | New Zealand Court of Appeals ruling states Kim Dotcom can legally sue New Zealand police for illegally spying on him and his operations.
Infowars.com | DARPA is working on an embryonic project that would store your every verbal conversation on an Internet server, creating a searchable chat database that would represent the ultimate privacy killer.
Infowars.com | Lenore Skenazy talks to Katherine Albrecht about the school system conditioning our kids to become loyal subjects.
EFF.org | The fact the government can do something now it couldn’t do before doesn’t make it constitutional.
Mike Adams | Behavior surveillance technology.
Mikael Thalen | Whether or not Nevada residents will approve or oppose what many are calling the “nanny state” has yet to be seen.
Infowars.com | Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson discuss new calls for a highly regulated Internet 2.
John Lott | With Senate Judiciary Committee meeting this week, it’s likely that new gun control bills will be drafted very quickly.
Infowars.com| Alex welcomes “America’s liberty belle” Dr. Katherine Albrecht to discuss the imminent threats to our digital and personal privacy and ways to overcome warrantless government spying.