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Are Astronaut-Style Face Shields the Future of Personal Protective Gear?

The BioVyzr, a pressurized, anti-fog face shield with two adjustable fans that run for up to eight hours on a single USB charge. (Vyzr)

“If you have to sneeze, you’re in trouble,” Bill Johnson said of wearing the Air, an acrylic visor that evokes 1960s Soviet cosmonaut culture. Johnson, 44, a voice and video engineer in Utah, had tested an early model of the device on an airplane from Salt Lake City to Seattle to Ketchikan, Alaska, then on a three-hour ferry ride and a floatplane to reach his bush cabin.

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The Pirate Bay (dot) se

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Well, it’s happened. Again. “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life” – (Oscar Wilde, who held in his 1889 essay The Decay of Lying) – there is now a MOVIE about the world’s number one MOVIE PIRATING website, ThePirateBay.se

Yes, (of course) this film will be distributed free of charge to the entire world. Read the rest of this entry »

America Attacks: The Internet!

Are Your Politicians For Sale? from Political Prostitution on Vimeo.

The Background Dope on Domain “seizures”

The amerikin government is so full of shit! There is no such thing as a domain “seizure” – it’s all just smoke and mirrors.

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As has been reported, it looks like ICE, which is the principal investigative arm of DHS, has begun seizing domains under the pretext of IP infringement. But it’s actually not ICE who is executing the mechanics of the seizures. It’s a private company, immixGroup IT Solutions. Here is what is going down.

In May of this year, immixGroup IT Solutions is awarded a one year IT Services contract with DHS. The particulars of this contract:

Under this new contract, immixGroup will provide information technology operational services and support, implementation, and maintenance of DHS ICE C3’s software applications, network and CyberSecurity systems, as well as the maintenance and enhancement of applications that support law enforcement activities.

The contract includes one base year, one 12-month option period, and two six-month option periods; covers all four divisions of C3 (Child Exploitation, Cyber Crimes, Computer Forensics, and Cyber Training); and is critical…

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4G iPad | live blogging feed…

Will Apple ever show these product announcements live on the web?

Live blogging of the Apple event will begin at 1 p.m., East Coast time. The announcement is expected to focus mostly on a new iPad, but there could be something new with Apple TV.
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Stopping SPAM | Backscatter?

Backscatter” is basically “bounce emails you receive for messages you never sent”. These are usually bounced spam messages from spammers using your email address as a forged ‘From’ address.  Read the rest of this entry »

THE PIRATE BAY Press Release


PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.
INTERNETS, 18th of January 2012.

Over a century ago Thomas Edison got the patent for a device which would “do for the eye what the phonograph does for the ear”.
He called it the Kinetoscope. He was not only among the first to record video, he was also the first person to own the copyright to a motion picture. Read the rest of this entry »

FACEBOOK NEWS FEED RANT !

Friend Greg on FACEBOOK  –  http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002367430631

Danish police proposal about anonymous Internet use


Under the rubric of fighting terrorism, Danish police have proposed abolishing all anonymous Internet access. ISPs and companies would be required to gather strong proof of identity – official ID cards etc.
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Google+ challenges Facebook in social network battle

Google+ has been released for use by a small, selected number of users

Online search giant Google has launched a new social networking website in its latest attempt to take on Facebook, which now claims more than 500 million users!
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It’s World day against Cyber-Censorship

The fight for online freedom of expression is more essential than ever. By creating new spaces for exchanging ideas and information, the Internet is a force for freedom. In countries where the traditional media are controlled by the government, the only independent news and information are to be found on the Internet, which has become a forum for discussion and a refuge for those who want to express their views freely.
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P2P DNS to take on ICANN after US government seizes domains

Should the Internet be controlled by the government? Or can former backers of The Pirate Bay circumvent law enforcement efforts to sheriff the Net and instead come up with an open and secure P2P DNS alternative system?

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USA now controls your internet!


In 2010, the U.S. government shut down more than 70 websites, in one the broadest actions yet against companies it only suspects of selling America’s counterfeit or pirated products.

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World-Wide Feature Theatre…

Abnormally Freaky Amerikin Army Arm

If you don't think the Amerikin Gov't twisted Sweden's arm in order to "stop" Julian Assange, pleaze leave this blog now. You're too stupid to stay 🙂 PS: do NOT zoom the phreaky photo!!

Methinks it’s about time i weigh in on the wikileaks.x fiasco. Here goes:
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WikiLeaks to release more documents

Julian Assange founded the website in 2006

As U.S. officials brace for a further mass disclosure of leaked Iraq war files by the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks, the Swedish government said it denied a work and residency permit to founder Julian Assange. He has been establishing a base in Sweden in order to benefit from the Nordic country’s strict journalist protection laws.

Assange, an Australian citizen, is also being investigated over rape allegations in Sweden, which he has denied, calling them baseless.
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