Microsoft Proposes Government Licensing Internet Access
Charney said the system would be a “global collective defense” run by corporations and government and would “track and control” people’s computers similar to how government health bodies track diseases.
“Don’t be surprised if it becomes reality in the near future,” wrote ZD Net’s Doug Hanchard on the introduction of Internet licensing . “Every device connected to the Internet will have a permanent license plate and without it, the network won’t allow you to log in.”
Any proposal which allows the government to get a foot in the door on dictating who can and can’t use the Internet should be vigorously opposed because such a system would be wide open for abuse and pave the way for full licensing and top down control of the world wide web.
Barack Obama accused of exaggerating terror threat for political gain
Hasan, a veteran diplomat who is close to Pakistan’s president, suggested the Obama administration was playing politics with the terror threat before next month’s midterm congressional elections, in which the Republicans are expected to make big gains.
Dismissing claims of a developed, co-ordinated plot aimed at Britain, France and Germany, European intelligence officials also pointed the finger at the US, and specifically at the White House. “To stitch together [the terror plot claims] in a seamless narrative is nonsensical,” said one well-placed official.
Is Iran Playing Geopolitical Chess with 9-11, and Winning?
To further aggravate the West’s agenda for global dominance, Iran’s banking system is not compliant with the private international banking cartel, therefore they can’t be enslaved by debt — the preferred method of ensuring nonviolent compliance.
In turn, the problem for the establishment’s version of events is that the polls show Ahmadinejad to be correct that the majority of the global population now questions 9-11. One does not have to necessarily believe in any of the competing “conspiracy” theories to be 100% sure the official account is bogus. That’s precisely what gives Iran power.
Base metals are more precious by the week
One of the most obvious drivers of the recent surge is the weak dollar, making the metals traded in the greenback cheaper for those trading in stronger currencies.
And it’s not just base metals. Investors are throwing money into commodities for fear that further quantitative easing will lead to currency devaluation and rampant inflation.
Editors Note: $0.0620116 is the melt value for the 1946-2010 nickel on October 11, 2010.
Ears provide new way of identifying people in airports
“With biometrics, a lot of the problems is what happens when people get old. With facial recognition, the systems are often confused by crows feet and other signs of ageing. Your ears, however, age very gracefully. They grow proportionally larger and your lobe gets a bit more elongated, but otherwise your ears are fully formed from birth.”
All British passports now carry chips that can hold biometric information on them and pictures of a person’s ears could be added to that.