No Cell Phones on Planes

(NorCalTruth) – Many remember the stories of  phone calls on 9/11 allegedly made from victims on-board the planes. Many people know suspect that they could not have been made from cell phones for different reasons. Some reasons for not using cells in-flight are technologically inspired, some are more from a physical possibilities perspective.

Here’s what the folk at PC World had to say about this in their article, 21 Things ‘They’ Don’t Want You to Know: Continue reading

Researchers: Attacks on U.S., Korea sites came from U.K.

(CNET) – The denial-of-service attacks launched on Web sites in South Korea and the United States earlier this month appear to have come from a master server in the United Kingdom, according to security researchers in Vietnam. Continue reading

MSM: America accused of spying on millions of emails

(Guardian) – American intelligence agencies have been accused of spying on the emails of millions of Americans, including those of former president Bill Clinton. Continue reading

Vidoe: Could a Massive “False-Flag” Cyberattack Be On The Horizon?

In what has become a bit of a disturbing trend this week, yet another computer infiltration article was posted today on CNN.com.

According to the article, “nearly 1,300 computers in more than 100 countries have been attacked and have become part of an computer espionage network apparently based in China, security experts alleged in two reports Sunday.”

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MSM: Microsoft Cuts 5,000 Jobs as Recession Curbs Growth (Update4)

Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) — Microsoft Corp. will cut as many as 5,000 jobs, the first companywide firings in its 34-year history, and said sales and profit will probably drop as the recession eats into software demand. The stock fell the most in 33 months. Continue reading