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Federal agencies released a revised guide this week designed to tackle the ongoing issue of identity fraud.
Noise is a distraction of sight or sound that keeps us from thinking and focusing. The more noise in our lives, the less we are focused on reality. Noise is extremely important in people control—and the most noise in our society comes from politicians and bureaucrats. We must decide what is important in our lives, establish priorities and avoid any distractions or noise. Read this article to find out what I think should be every American’s focus—and how to achieve it…
The essential purpose of group psychology is to desensitize the individual mind. It works like magic. Witness the insensitivity of people today. They will literally accept anything. Politicians and bureaucrats know this and use it for ongoing deception, and it is the evolvement of the group or mass mind that has brought us to our present state of insensitivity. Read further to find out more…
As the government moves toward the adoption of electronic health records, the Department of Health and Human Services has announced new privacy guidelines for the treatment of these records.
Yahoo is attempting to set the industry standard regarding how it manages user data by cutting the amount of time that it keeps information on individuals’ searches.
At first, the idea of being able to access a person’s criminal record dating back several years may seem convenient – but what if there are errors?
Privacy and civil liberties groups have raised concern over new parameters that expand the number of people whose DNA can be collected by the government.
I would like to give you a list of events and thoughts that all governments today want and are skillfully maneuvering for, especially in the United States and the United Kingdom. If you will notice, many have already come to pass. Read further to find out what the government wants, and is getting, from us…
Employees of Verizon Wireless accessed the cell phone records of President-elect Barack Obama without permission, the company has admitted.
The New York Police Department has run into problems while trying to seek faster surveillance approval for investigating terror suspects.