Boston Herald | Logan airport security just got more up close and personal as federal screeners launched a more aggressive palms-first, slide-down body search technique that has renewed the debate over privacy vs. safety. Continue reading
(BostonHerald) – Logan airport security just got more up close and personal as federal screeners launched a more aggressive palms-first, slide-down body search technique that has renewed the debate over privacy vs. safety.
The new procedure – already being questioned by the ACLU – replaces the Transportation Security Administration’s former back-of-the-hand patdown.
Boston is one of only two cities in which the new touchy-feely frisking is being implemented as a test before a planned national rollout. The other is Las Vegas.
“We’re all for good effective security measures,” American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts spokesman Christopher Ott said. “But, in general, we’re concerned about this seemingly constant erosion of privacy, and we wonder whether or not it’s really going to be effective. Full article here
(PaulWatson) – Three keyword search terms related to our earlier article about exposing the Bilderberg Group have hit the number 1, 2 and 3 positions in Google Trends, ensuring the subject of Bilderberg will now get out to millions more people.
Three different search terms that all relate to our earlier article – Two Films That Blew Bilderberg Wide Open – “Bilderberg films,” Bilderberg wide open,” and “two films” occupy the top three positions on Google Trends’ Hot Searches (USA) for August 20th.
Two of the terms have hit “volcanic status while the other one is “on fire” – this translates as massive traffic to our Bilderberg article and many people who would never have come into contact with this information educating themselves about the march towards global government and the secret power wielded by the Bilderberg Group. Continue reading
(Fox) – Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano – Continue reading
(PaulWatson) – Screenshots obtained by a Prison Planet reader suggest that Google may have moved to de-list “Barry Soetoro” as a popular search term shortly after it rose to the top of the Google Trends charts after yesterday’s effort by radio talk show host Alex Jones to focus attention on Barack Obama’s real name.
The search term reached number one on Google Trends soon after Alex Jones began discussing the issue on his show yesterday and Prison Planet.com released an article on the same topic. However, within the space of about an hour, the term quickly slipped down the list of hot search terms and by the end of the day was gone completely. Continue reading
(PaulWatson) – Poison tap water has become the number one trending search term on Google Trends today after our efforts to bring attention to how sodium fluoride in tap water is a deadly health threat went viral.
The subject hit “volcanic” status shortly after Alex Jones launched the new anti-fluoride campaign on his show today. Continue reading
(Infowars) – The censorship of the Obama Deception awoke the sleeping giant that is the patriot movement. Google has made a very large statement by reinstating The Obama Deception, after the film was mysteriously pulled along with other top documentary films created by Alex Jones. Not only is this the first time that the mega-corporation has restored a political video of such nature on Youtube, but the restoration also came after Google’s search engines were blasted with hard-hitting search topics. Continue reading
(Infowars) – In another show of incredible determination, we have managed to fight back censorship and tyranny with truth by getting “Google Spies” to the top searched term of July 19, 2010. This is one of several victories that have been accomplished thanks to our amazing listeners and readers. This is a direct assault on the cover-up being pulled on the American people by the cartel of elite corporations.
Mainstream news, popular blogs and talk shows regularly refer to Google trends for topics and for the past few days the leading stories have been The Obama Deception, Infowars, Fall of the Republic, Google Censorship and most recently Google Spies. This is a major blow to the establishment and with you help we can keep the truth on top of nonsensical topics like Lindsey Lohan’s legal troubles. Continue reading
(LondonTelegraph) – The September 11 terrorist attacks, cloning and the Iraq war top a list of online news searches in the last 15 years, a new study by Yahoo! shows. Continue reading
(PaulWatson) – Search Engine Giant Censors Alex Jones Material For “Advocating Against a Protected Group” Continue reading
(PaulWatson) – But historical record clearly shows that devices are a completely illegal violation of human rights Continue reading
(PressTV) – Around 2,000 British photographers have staged a rally in London, protesting the UK’s new controversial terrorism laws that warrant stop and search by police. Continue reading
(Telegraph) – All telecoms companies and internet service providers will be required by law to keep a record of every customer’s personal communications, showing who they have contacted, when and where, as well as the websites they have visited. Continue reading
(Reuters) – A federal judge on Monday ruled against an effort by the U.S. Federal Reserve to block disclosure of companies that participated in and securities covered by a series of emergency funding programs as the global credit crisis began to intensify. Continue reading
Madison police would enlist parental permission to search for guns in their children’s bedrooms in one part of a multifaceted plan outlined Thursday by Mayor Dave Cieslewicz. Continue reading
It’s bad enough that 2/3 of the entire US population live in what is effectively a Constitution free zone – an area that encompasses 100 miles of land and coastal borders – now the government is claiming it has the authority to enter your home without a search warrant under an arcane FCC policy. Continue reading
A study designed to rank countries in terms of how aggressively they monitor their populations electronically, has placed the US as 6th and the UK as 5th on a global index. Continue reading
It seems that the police, at least in Wisconsin, can attach a GPS tracking device to a car for any reason or no reason at all. No warrant or any level of suspicion is required. The case does not appear to be erroneously decided, and should withstand further review. It’s time for the captains of industry to develop a reasonably priced product that can disable such devices attached to cars. Continue reading