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9/26/2010  Security experts: Computer attacks linked to wealthy group or nation
A powerful computer code attacking industrial facilities around the world, but mainly in Iran, probably was created by experts working for a country or a well-funded private group, according to an analysis by a leading computer security company. The malicious code, called Stuxnet, was designed to go after several "high-value targets," said Liam O Murchu, manager of security response operations at Symantec Corp. But both O Murchu and U.S. government experts say there's no proof it was developed to target nuclear plants in Iran, despite recent speculation from some researchers. - US officials said last month that the Stuxnet was the first malicious computer code specifically created to take over systems that control the inner workings of industrial plants. A number of governments with sophisticated computer skills would have the ability to create such a code. They include China, Russia, Israel, Britain, Germany and the United States. But O Murchu said no clues have been found within the code to point to a country of origin. - Symantec's analysis of the code, O Murchu said, shows that nearly 60 percent of the computers infected with Stuxnet are in Iran. An additional 18 percent are in Indonesia. Less than 2 percent are in the U.S. The malware has infected as many as 45,000 computer systems around the world. Siemens AG, the company that designed the system targeted by the worm, said it has infected 15 of the industrial control plants it was apparently intended to infiltrate. It's not clear what sites were infected, but they could include water filtration, oil delivery, electrical and nuclear plants. None of those infections has adversely affected the industrial systems, according to Siemens.
(Associated Press)
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9/20/2010  Global ‘internet treaty’ proposed: Deal would enshrine in law the founding principles of open standards and net neutrality, and protect the web from political interference.
The proposal was presented at the Internet Governance Forum in Lithuania last week, and outlined 12 “principles of internet governance”, including a commitment from countries to sustain the technological foundations that underpin the web’s infrastructure. The draft law has been likened to the Space Treaty, signed in 1967, which stated that space exploration should be carried out for the benefit of all nations, and guaranteed “free access to all areas of celestial bodies”. Under the proposed terms of the law, there would be cross-border co-operation between countries to identify and address security vulnerability and protect the network from possible cyber attacks or cyber terrorism. It would also uphold rights to freedom of expression and association, and the principle of net neutrality, in which all internet traffic is treated equally across the network.
(London Telegraph)
posted: 9/21/10                   0       13
#6802 
keywords: Council Of Europe, Cybersecurity, European Union, Internet, Lithuania, Net Neutrality, Oxford University, Strasbourg, William Dutton Add New Keyword To Link



8/20/2010  Ron Paul to Sunshine Patriots: Stop Your Demagogy About The NYC Mosque!
Congressman Ron Paul today released the following statement on the controversy concerning the construction of an Islamic Center and Mosque in New York City: Is the controversy over building a mosque near ground zero a grand distraction or a grand opportunity? Or is it, once again, grandiose demagoguery? It has been said, “Nero fiddled while Rome burned.” Are we not overly preoccupied with this controversy, now being used in various ways by grandstanding politicians? It looks to me like the politicians are “fiddling while the economy burns.” The debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque. Instead, we hear lip service given to the property rights position while demanding that the need to be “sensitive” requires an all-out assault on the building of a mosque, several blocks from “ground zero.”
(Ron Paul)
posted: 8/23/10                   0       13
#6803 



8/17/2010  Google-Verizon Deal: The End of The Internet as We Know It
The Federal Communication Commission should act swiftly to protect free access to the Internet and prevent media giants from co-opting the future of the most powerful new medium since the printing press. Incredibly, the FCC asked the corporations who stand to profit most to write rules on how bandwidth will be divvied up. Google and Verizon floated a plan that most observers view as a roadmap to a multi-tiered system. AT&T has endorsed the Google/Verizon plan. What's at stake is control over whose data gets transmitted, and how quickly. A wide-open field let's everyone compete. A tiered system like the one proposed by the big shots would inevitably favor them and their preferred media; some web purveyors would be relegated to second- and third-class status. What's also at stake is freedom of speech and freedom of the press, because so many people get their news and information from the net today. Not to mention free and open access to intellectual and commercial media that power education, development and entrepreneurship. Basically, the corporatists want to install a meter on your Internet. They whine that if they aren't allowed to nickel-and-dime us, innovation will wither.
(Huffington Post)
posted: 8/17/10                   0       13
#6804 



7/26/2010  Mainstream Media Implodes on 9/11 along with WTC 7: TV Coverage of Remarkable Building Collapse Analyzed
The shocking collapse of the 47-story World Trade Center Building 7 on 9/11 caused great alarm, not only in the architectural and engineering community (among those who have become aware of it) but with mainstream media – right from day one. While Dan Rather’s commentary on the remarkable collapse (that it looked like it was knocked down by well placed dynamite) is more often quoted, Peter Jennings also had similar thoughts as he reflected on the shocking 47-story collapse shortly after the event. Jennings showed the building coming down in slow motion. As he reflected on the enormity of it he said, “Well, there’s Building 7 coming down. When you think that part of the component of news coverage around the country every year is the excitement, the fun, that people get watching an old building being demolished, and they wire it very carefully for days. It’s a very careful operation in order to make sure a building comes down safely. I think the last one we saw was when they brought down one of the old casinos in Las Vegas. It’s just stunning to see these buildings come down...and now, number seven World Trade Center which is 47 stories tall.”
(Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth)
posted: 7/27/10                   0       13
#6805 
keywords: 9/11, ABC, Aaron Brown, Alternative Media, Architects & Engineers For 9/11 Truth, Ashleigh Banfield, BBC, CBS, CNN, Charlie Gipson, Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer, Fox, Maureen Madden, Mike Landess, NBC, Peter Jennings, Philip Hayton, Terrorists, Tracey Neale, United States, World Trade Center, World Trade Center 7 Add New Keyword To Link



6/25/2010  Genetically Altered Salmon Get Closer to the Table
The Food and Drug Administration is seriously considering whether to approve the first genetically engineered animal that people would eat — salmon that can grow at twice the normal rate. The developer of the salmon has been trying to get approval for a decade. But the company now seems to have submitted most or all of the data the F.D.A. needs to analyze whether the salmon are safe to eat, nutritionally equivalent to other salmon and safe for the environment, according to government and biotechnology industry officials. A public meeting to discuss the salmon may be held as early as this fall. Some consumer and environmental groups are likely to raise objections to approval. Even within the F.D.A., there has been a debate about whether the salmon should be labeled as genetically engineered (genetically engineered crops are not labeled). The salmon’s approval would help open a path for companies and academic scientists developing other genetically engineered animals, like cattle resistant to mad cow disease or pigs that could supply healthier bacon. Next in line behind the salmon for possible approval would probably be the “enviropig,” developed at a Canadian university, which has less phosphorus pollution in its manure. The salmon was developed by a company called AquaBounty Technologies and would be raised in fish farms. It is an Atlantic salmon that contains a growth hormone gene from a Chinook salmon as well as a genetic on-switch from the ocean pout, a distant relative of the salmon. - Virtually all Atlantic salmon now comes from fish farms, not the wild. The F.D.A. must also decide on the environmental risks from the salmon. Some experts have speculated that fast-growing fish could out-compete wild fish for food or mates. Mr. Stotish said the salmon would be grown only in inland tanks or other contained facilities, not in ocean pens where they might escape into the wild. And the fish would all be female and sterile, making it impossible for them to mate. The F.D.A. is expected to hold a public meeting of an advisory committee before deciding whether to approve the salmon. Typically at such advisory committee meetings, much of the data in support of the drug application is made public and there is some time allotted for public comment. But Gregory Jaffe, biotechnology project director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, said such meetings often do not give the public enough time to analyze the data.
(New York Times)
posted: 7/24/10                   0       13
#6806 
keywords: Aquabounty Technologies, Aquadvantage Salmon, Atlantic Ocean, Canada, Center For Science IN The Public Interest, Food And Drug Administration, Genetic Engineering, Genetically Modified Organisms, Gregory Jaffe, Joshua Sharfstein, Margaret Mellon, Ronald Stotish, Salmon, Union Of Concerned Scientists, United States Add New Keyword To Link



6/16/2010  Bank Run in Spain and Its Destabilizing Ramifications for the Entire EU
Spanish banks are borrowing record amounts from the European Central Bank. According to FT, Spanish banks borrowed €85.6bn ($105.7bn) from the ECB last month. This was double the amount lent to them before the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 and 16.5 per cent of net eurozone loans offered by the central bank.
(Economic Policy Journal)
posted: 7/2/10                   0       13
#6807 



5/11/2010  White House aims to use Deepwater disaster to win votes for US climate bill
US Senators prepare to roll out legislation after oil spill 'tragedy heightens interest in energy and wanting a different plan'
(London Guardian)
posted: 6/4/10                   0       13
#6808 



5/6/2010  Safety fluid was removed before oil rig exploded in Gulf
In the case of the Deepwater Horizon, Scott Bickford, a lawyer for a rig worker who survived the explosions, said the mud was being extracted from the riser before the top cement cap was in place, and a statement by cementing contractor Halliburton confirmed the top cap was not installed. Mud could have averted catastrophe - But Halliburton said in a statement that it had completed pouring cement that lines the well 20 hours before the blowout. After that cement lining is done, the federal Minerals Management Service requires at least two prefabricated cement plugs to be placed at the bottom of the well and farther up, with mud packed in between. Halliburton's official statement shows there was still one more cement plug to be inserted.
(The Times-Picayune)
posted: 6/4/10                   0       13
#6809 
keywords: Big Oil, Bill Johnson, Brazil, British Petroleum, Cameron International, Canada, Gulf Of Mexico, Halliburton, Kurt Arnold, Mark Davis, Mark Levin, Minerals Management Service, Nick Watson, Norway, Per Holand, Scott Bickford, Steve Newman, Stuart Smith, Switzerland, Transocean, Tulane University, United States, West Engineering Services Add New Keyword To Link



4/22/2010  Dial “M” for mangled – Wikipedia and Environment Canada caught with temperature data errors.
As I pointed out last Saturday there’s a common reporting flaw in world meteorological stations that use the METAR weather data format to report their hourly temperatures. Just one bad report in a cold location in the Arctic or Antarctic is enough to throw off the whole month’s worth of data when averaged. And it is monthly data that is used for climate. The all time high temperature error identified below has found it’s way into Wikipedia as “factual” when it is clearly wrong. - Given the importance of this weather station as the last surviving GHCN station that far north, also used in GISS, you’d think better quality control would be done, particularly when EC has a statement about data quality on each data page. What has been found seems to point to a corrupted dataset there.
(Watts Up With That)
posted: 5/29/10                   0       13
#6810 
keywords: Anthony Watts, Canada, Climate Change, Environment Canada, Eureka Weather Station, Global Historical Climatology Network, US Air Force, US Army, United States, Wikipedia Add New Keyword To Link



3/29/2010  James Lovelock on the value of sceptics and why Copenhagen was doomed
The great climate science centres around the world are more than well aware how weak their science is. If you talk to them privately they're scared stiff of the fact that they don't really know what the clouds and the aerosols are doing. They could be absolutely running the show. We haven't got the physics worked out yet. - The UN was a lovely idea, but its primary objective was to make sure the British Empire was got rid of. You just can't get all those people to agree. - I have a feeling that climate change may be an issue as severe as a war. It may be necessary to put democracy on hold for a while.
(London Guardian)
posted: 5/29/10                   0       13
#6811 



3/29/2010  Metro heightens security
After two suicide attacks on Moscow's subway, Metro tightened security on the rails Monday. - The exercises are funded through a $1.2 million U.S. Department of Homeland Security Urban Area Security Initiative grant.
(WTOP)
posted: 4/24/10       0       13
#6812 
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3/10/2010  Child rape charge rocks TSA
Logan employee pats down air travelers at scan stations - A Transportation Security Agency worker who pats down members of the flying public was charged with multiple child sex crimes targeting an underage girl yesterday.
(Boston Herald)
posted: 4/24/10                   0       13
#6813 



2/14/2010  World may not be warming, say scientists
“The popular data sets show a lot of warming but the apparent temperature rise was actually caused by local factors affecting the weather stations, such as land development.”
(London Times)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       13
#6814 



2/13/2010  U.N. climate panel admits Dutch sea level flaw
The U.N. panel of climate experts overstated how much of the Netherlands is below sea level, according to a preliminary report on Saturday, admitting yet another flaw after a row last month over Himalayan glacier melt.
(Reuters)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       13
#6815 
keywords: Carbon Dioxide, China, Climate Change, Climategate, Dutch Ministry Of Transport, Himalayas, India, Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, Netherlands, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, United Nations Add New Keyword To Link



2/11/2010  'Climate-gate' review member resigns
Within hours of the launch of an independent panel to investigate claims that climate scientists covered up flawed data on temperature rises, one member has been forced to resign after sceptics questioned his impartiality.
(UK Channel 4)
posted: 2/16/10                   0       13
#6816 



2/9/2010  Airport Security Officials Caught in Most Obvious Lie Ever
There is no way that celebrities are not going to have images of their genitals recorded and shared because of this new machinery! Read more: Airport Security Officials Caught in Most Obvious Lie Ever
(New York Magazine)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13
#6817 



2/9/2010  When screening makes you scream
When airport security personnel asks flyers to put their hands down their pants, something has to change
(The Globe And Mail)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13
#6818 



2/6/2010  My Left Breast Put Fancy TSA Scanner to the Test
Then she said she needed to check something. And she began sweeping her hands around my left breast and rib cage.
(Politics Daily)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13
#6819 



2/3/2010  Passengers laid bare as full body scanners are introduced at Heathrow and Manchester airports
Campaigners claim the scanners, which act like a mini radar device 'seeing' beneath ordinary clothing, breach privacy rules under the Human Rights Act.
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13
#6820 



1/26/2010  The dam is cracking
So the 40% of the world's population that relies on the seven major river systems supplied by these glaciers can sleep a little more soundly in the knowledge that their water won't run out in 25 years after all.
(BBC)
posted: 2/1/10                   0       13
#6821 



1/10/2010  "Fleshmob" gegen Nacktscanner, Berlin-Tegel, 10.01.2010
Germans protesting the x-ray scanners in airport

posted: 1/26/10      
            
0       13
#6822 



1/8/2010  Carville: Airport scanners can 'measure my penis'
But Carville isn't worried about his privacy: "I don't care. I'm up in the air all the time, like George Clooney,"
(The Hill)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6823 



1/8/2010  Trouser-bomb clown attacks
how much should we laugh? - Reg investigates case of the undertotally-pants bomber
(The Register)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6824 



1/7/2010  'US intervention in Yemen could strengthen al-Qaeda'
The comments came amid reports that Washington is reviewing targets for possible strike on Yemeni soil in retaliation for a failed Christmas Day attack on a Detroit-bound airliner
(Press TV)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6825 



1/7/2010  More passengers agree to full-body scan in UK airport trial
Helen Carter goes to Manchester to see the scanner that produces a ghostly naked image in action
(London Guardian)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6826 



1/7/2010  Obama aide to meet allies on airport security
United States is scheduled to deploy 300 additional advanced imaging scanners at U.S. airports in 2010, and may deploy more
(Reuters)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6827 



1/7/2010  Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09
About 12% of youth in state juvenile facilities and large non-state facilities (representing 3,220 youth nationwide) reported experiencing one or more incidents of sexual victimization by another youth or facility staff in the past 12 months or since admission, if less than 12 months.
(Bureau of Justice Statistics)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6828 



1/7/2010  Shock study: 12% of kids sexually abused in govt. custody
less than 10 percent of the 26,550 juveniles being held in detention facilities in the US are abused by staff at the facility, while another 2.6 percent report abuse at the hands of other inmates
(The Raw Story)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13
#6829 



1/7/2010  There's nothing to fear from the use of full-body scanners at airports
The privacy concerns raised by these machines are understandable. But the precautions taken at every step to guard passenger privacy should allay any fears.
(Washington Post)
posted: 1/25/10                   0       13
#6830 



1/6/2010  Solid majority of Germans favour body scanners, poll shows
The poll conducted by Forsa for the weekly magazine Stern showed 63 per cent in favour of scanning every passenger before all flights with scanners and 31 per against.
(Earth Times)
posted: 1/25/10                   0       13
#6831 



1/6/2010  The Anti-Terror Portfolio (ASEI, OSIS, FLIR, ICXT, HXL, AIR, ORB)
Following the attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 on Christmas Day, various counterterrorism initiatives are in talks from Washington to Wall Street. We already covered the potential impact airport delays could have on airline stocks, but there are some companies that could benefit from increased demand amid tightened homeland security.
(Ticker Spy)
posted: 1/24/10                   0       13
#6832 



1/5/2010  L-3 Communications of Pinellas gets $165 million contract for body scanners
The contract last week isn't an order for L-3 scanners, said Lauren Gaches, a TSA spokeswoman. It identified funding sources and set a ceiling for purchasing an unspecified number of units over an indefinite time period. The TSA recently said it ordered 150 Rapiscan scanners to be installed this year and had funding for an additional 300 from an unidentified source.
(St Petersburg Times)
posted: 1/27/10                   0       13
#6833 



1/4/2010  Scan or scam? The government has announced that full-body scanners are to be introduced in UK airports following the attempted Christmas terror attack on a plane landing at Detroit in the US. Will the move make air travel safer?
27.1% Yes. It will enhance security; 72.9% No. It's a pointless invasion of privacy
(London Guardian)
posted: 1/25/10                   0       13
#6834 



1/3/2010  How full-body scanners work
For now, the process is an optional alternative to a traditional pat-down at airports across the country, including Reagan National and BWI. These are the two types of full-body imaging technology in use or on the way:
(Washington Post)
posted: 1/25/10                   0       13
#6835 



12/27/2009  Sick Nigerian Prompts Security Alert in Detroit
“A passenger on today’s Northwest flight 253 from Amsterdam to Detroit spent an unusually long time in the aircraft lavatory,” she said in the statement. “Due to this unusual behavior, the airline notified T.S.A. and the agency directed the flight to taxi to a remote area upon landing to be met by law enforcement and D.H.S. “The passenger in question, a Nigerian national, was removed from the flight and interviewed by the F.B.I.; indications at this time are that the individual’s behavior is due to legitimate illness, and no other suspicious behavior or materials have been found."
(New York Times)
posted: 1/25/10                   0       13
#6836 



12/21/2009  Police check whether officer drew gun during snowball fight
The off-duty, plainclothes officer was driving in the area of the snowball fight when several snowballs hit his vehicle, police said
(CNN)
posted: 12/21/09                   0       13
#6837 



9/4/2009  Ashcroft subject to lawsuit by man who cites Justice policies
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft is not immune from being sued by a man who says he was illegally detained under Justice Department policies implemented after the September 11 terror attacks, a federal appeals court ruled Friday
(CNN)
posted: 9/5/09                   0       13
#6838 



9/4/2009  Plan would pay Japanese families to have kids
The cash for kids plan is the brainchild of the country's new ruling Democratic Party of Japan, which came into power during the elections this week
(CNN)
posted: 9/5/09                   0       13
#6839 
keywords: Child Care, Eugenics, Japan Add New Keyword To Link



8/27/2009  UN Scientist: African Nations Rebelling at 'measures to use climate change to maintain colonialist master-servant relationship'
'Perceive global warming is intended to suppress the rise to economic competitiveness of the African nations'
(Climate Depot)
posted: 8/28/09                   0       13
#6840 



8/25/2009  Top Sunni rebel on Iran death row says US ordered attacks
A top Sunni rebel who is awaiting execution in Iran said on Tuesday that his militant group received orders from the United States to launch terror attacks in the Islamic republic
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 8/28/09                   0       13
#6841 



8/25/2009  Wegelin bank to pull out of US
Swiss private bank Wegelin announced on Tuesday that it is to stop doing business in the United States
(Swiss Info)
posted: 8/28/09                   0       13
#6842 



8/24/2009  Exclusive: Most GPs may reject swine flu vaccine
Up to 60% of GPs may choose not to be vaccinated against swine flu, with many concerned about the safety of the vaccine, a GP newspaper survey suggests
(Healthcare Republic)
posted: 8/28/09                   0       13
#6843 



8/23/2009  Obama denounced at Miami health rally
Hundreds of Miami healthcare reform protesters, gathered at a "Recess Rally," compared U.S. President Barack Obama to communists, witnesses said
(United Press International)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
#6844 



8/22/2009  Extraordinary rendition for … white-collar criminals?
Opponents of the practice of extraordinary rendition are growing increasingly vocal about the case of Raymond Azar, a Lebanese construction contractor who was picked up by the FBI on allegations of bribery, shackled, blindfolded and flown to the United States for trial
(The Raw Story)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
#6845 



8/21/2009  Flickr v. Free Speech. Where Is Their Courage?
One thing I’ve learned over the years is this - screwing over your users while yelling “the lawyers made me do it!” rarely ends well.
(Tech Crunch)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
#6846 



8/21/2009  How the Release of the Lockerbie Bomber Happened
Tonight, this man is free. He is home with his family. He is the only person convicted for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am flight 103.
(FOX)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
#6847 



8/20/2009  Man critical of Obama wiped off the face of Flickr
Johnson apparently expressed his disdain for Obama's support of the law on the White House's official Flickr photostream
(San Francisco Chronicle)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
#6848 



8/19/2009  9/11: Science and Conspiracy
airs Aug 31st
(National Geographic)
posted: 8/27/09                   0       13
#6849 



8/19/2009  Court orders 'Skanks in NYC' blogger to reveal identity
Liskula Cohen entitled to the identity of the person who maligned her to pursue a defamation suit
(London Guardian)
posted: 8/21/09                   0       13
#6850 




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