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  • Do you know the gun owners in your circle?

    01/22/2016 12:50:04 PM PST · by Taxman · 60 replies
    Baltimore Sun ^ | 01/07/16 | Tricia Bishop
    <p>It's inevitable when my husband and I visit family these days that the subject of violence in Baltimore comes up. Often, I'm the one who raises it. But when it came up last week on a trip to see my parents in Georgia, I got my back up. I thought of the 11-hour drive south and the billboards we passed along I-81 boasting guns for sale ("A Glock for Christmas"!), and of the story my brother-in-law, who lives in Florida, told of a neighbor stopping by to shoot the breeze in his suburban driveway, a handgun holstered at the man's waist as their kids played nearby.</p>
  • Who Put This Huge Database of U.S. Voting Records Online? (online for the taking)

    12/28/2015 1:57:13 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 57 replies
    CSOonline ^ | 12/28/15 | Steve Ragan
    Massive database exposed to public, major political data managers deny ownershipA misconfigured database has led to the disclosure of 191 million voter records. The database, discovered by researcher Chris Vickery, doesn't seem to have an owner; it's just sitting in the public – waiting to be discovered by anyone who happens to be looking. What's in the database? The database was discovered by researcher Chris Vickery, who shared his findings with Databreaches.net. The two attempted to locate the owner of the database based on the records it housed and other details. However, their attempts didn't pan out, so they came...
  • Hello Kitty hack: Parents warned as database leak hits 3.3m users

    12/20/2015 7:36:17 PM PST · by Utilizer
    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES ^ | December 20, 2015 17:42 GMT | Tom Mendelsohn
    Personal data belonging to the accounts of 3.3m Hello Kitty fans is available to download online - and much of it probably belongs to children. The database for sanriotown.com, the official online home of Hello Kitty and a large cast of other Sanrio characters, is easily accessible according to online security researcher Chris Vickery. This means that sensitive information including users' real names, email addresses, account passwords, genders, birthdays and country of origin is all exposed, or encoded in easy-to-crack form. Hello Kitty is popular amongst both adults and children, and internet security experts are warning parents to make sure...
  • Cruz campaign credits psychological data and analytics for its rising success

    12/13/2015 4:19:27 PM PST · by springwater13 · 32 replies
    Cruz has largely built his program out of his Houston headquarters, where a team of statisticians and behavioral psychologists who subscribe to the burgeoning practice of “psychographic targeting” built their own version of a Myers-Briggs personality test. The test data is supplemented by recent issue surveys, and together they are used to categorize supporters, who then receive specially tailored messages, phone calls and visits. Micro-targeting of voters has been around for well over a decade, but the Cruz operation has deepened the intensity of the effort and the use of psychological data. Cruz, a critic of excessive government data collection,...
  • Obama collecting personal data for a secret race database

    A key part of President Obama’s legacy will be the fed’s unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans by race. The government is prying into our most personal information at the most local levels, all for the purpose of “racial and economic justice.” Unbeknown to most Americans, Obama’s racial bean counters are furiously mining data on their health, home loans, credit cards, places of work, neighborhoods, even how their kids are disciplined in school — all to document “inequalities” between minorities and whites.
  • Your Data: If You Have Nothing to Hide, You Have Nothing to Fear

    11/21/2015 8:45:10 AM PST · by poconopundit · 5 replies
    Domestic Surveillance Directorate ^ | November 20,2014 | Domestic Surveillance Directorate
    ...Thanks to secret interpretations of the PATRIOT ACT, top-secret Fourth Amendment exceptions allowed by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and broad cooperation at the local, state, and federal level, we can! ...Every day, people leave a digital trail of electronic breadcrumbs as they go about their daily routine. They go to work using electronic fare cards; drive through intersections with traffic cameras; walk down the street past security cameras; surf the internet; pay for purchases with credit/debit cards; text or call their friends; and on and on. ...In the spirit of openness and transparency, here is a partial list of...
  • Database tracking the enemy?

    11/20/2015 11:18:46 AM PST · by Jim Robinson · 51 replies
    November 20, 2015 | Jim Robinson
    You mean we don't already have a database tracking subversive enemy infiltrators and radical terrorists, sleeper cells, suspicious mosques and muslims, etc? If not, why not? Islam is the enemy. They are at war against us and against all western nations. Someone had better wake the hell up!
  • Will Trump's Proposed Muslim Database be as detailed as the database on the rest of us?

    11/20/2015 8:15:57 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 11/20/2015 | Ed Straker
    Liberals claim that Donald Trump is considering creating a database to keep track of Muslim Americans. Not exactly true. Donald Trump "would certainly implement" a database system tracking Muslims in the United States, the Republican front-runner told NBC News on Thursday night. "I would certainly implement that. Absolutely," Trump said in Newton, Iowa, in between campaign town halls. But that's not exactly what transpired. Breitbart has it more accurately. NBC News’ Vaughn Hillyard confronts Trump: “Should there be a database system that tracks the Muslims here in this country?” Trump replies: “There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases. We...
  • Feds push forward with controversial health rule

    10/07/2015 8:42:28 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 26 replies
    The Hill ^ | October 6, 2015 | Sarah Ferris
    The Obama administration is moving ahead with controversial new rules that require doctors to switch to electronic health records or face fees, resisting calls from both parties to delay implementation. Federal health officials said the final rules released Tuesday will make significant changes" in the "meaningful use" electronic health records program, such as lowering the number of standards each provider must meet and allowing providers to apply for hardship exemptions. But the administration will not delay what it calls "Stage 3" of the records program, a move that is already angering vocal Republicans like Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), who have...
  • New tool can identify soldiers most likely to commit violent crimes, study shows

    10/07/2015 3:12:50 AM PDT · by Timber Rattler · 31 replies
    LA Times, via Stars & Stripes ^ | October 6, 2015 | Alan Zarembo
    In the science fiction thriller Minority Report, a police force known as PreCrime uses mutated human psychics to identify criminals before they act. The U.S. Army is working toward a similar goal not by reading minds but by crunching data. Using the military records of all 975,057 soldiers who served during a six-year period, researchers have developed an algorithm they hope can help prevent severe, violent crimes by identifying those at greatest risk of becoming perpetrators. They would not be pre-arrested, but rather given counseling or other interventions aimed at heading off violence.
  • Watchdog: FAA 8 years away from pilot database (started five years ago)

    08/26/2015 4:38:29 PM PDT · by Libloather · 13 replies
    Bayou Buzz ^ | 8/24/15
    Washington (CNN)The Federal Aviation Administration has delayed creating a critical database, which Congress mandated, to help keep track and weed out poorly trained pilots.
  • Tech company which maintained Hillary's secret server was sued for 'illegally accessing' database

    08/13/2015 4:00:19 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 30 replies
    Daily Mail.com ^ | August 13,2014 | By DANIEL BATES
    Platte River Networks was used by Clinton to maintain 'homebrew' server in her New York State house which held her State Department emails She handed over the server and a thumb drive this week to FBI after emails were found to contain 'above top secret' material Her White House campaign is said to be in 'panic' over the growing scandal which comes out of probe into US diplomats' deaths in Benghazi Daily Mail Online can reveal Denver, Colorado, based firm was sued for illegally accessing master database of US phone numbers It was also accused of causing chaos to White...
  • The Traitors of our Republic

    07/21/2015 2:24:12 PM PDT · by PoliticallyShort · 25 replies
    PoliticallyShort.com ^ | 07/21/2015 | PoliticallyShort
    Last year a retired Border Patrol Officer by the name of Zach Taylor went on camera to explain the driving force behind the unprecedented surge in illegal immigration happening on our southern border. Taylor went on to note that what was happening at our border was not due to a spur of the moment event, or a humanitarian crisis, but asymmetrical warfare. The surge we saw at the border was apart of a larger more chilling event that served one purpose and one purpose only, to show our enemies that our southern border had been compromised and the government wouldnt...
  • Obamas secret database forces racist smear on innocent citizens

    07/20/2015 6:06:24 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 18 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 07/20/15 | Judi McLeod
    For the masses he loves to control, Obama delivered radical change but deep despair instead of promised hope. A government obsessed with imaginary racism is the soul-killing legacy Barack Obama is leaving Americans. Obama has come up with an ongoing plan in which the 330 million American population will be corralled into a cattle pasture from which there doesnt seem to be any escape. In the nightmare world of the Fundamental Transformation of America, although Obama will be through as president on January 20, 2017he will remain in malevolent spirit. Lingering in spirit even after his departure
  • Obamas awesome new race database even more awesome than you imagined

    07/19/2015 4:21:04 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 70 replies
    Hotair ^ | 07/19/2015 | Jazz Shaw
    We recently discussed a story that wasn’t particularly popular here (to be charitable) which dealt with a new White House plan to implement enforced neighborhood diversity in American towns and cities through the power and influence of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The rest of the nation wasn’t exactly pleased with the idea either, but it did raise some interesting questions. One of the biggest among those was the puzzle of exactly how the federal government plans to figure out precisely how many people in each racial pigeonhole are living where and how they are interacting. Is that sort...
  • Dakota County(MN) to start collecting DNA from some charged with crime

    06/24/2015 8:00:58 PM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 21 replies
    Fox 9 ^ | 6-24-15 | Ted Haller
    Dakota County Sheriff Tim Leslie will soon have his deputies obtaining DNA from people arrested and charged for certain violent crimes. This DNA collection will take place before they are convicted a departure from current Minnesota law. In 2006, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled the practice of gathering DNA, without a warrant, from people charged but not convicted, was illegal. Two years ago, in 2013, the United States Supreme Court ruled the practice was okay at least in Maryland. In light of that ruling, Dakota County is betting that if their new procedure is challenged in court,...
  • Obamacare Website Giving User Data to Advertising Sites

    02/04/2015 8:54:01 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 11 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | February 3, 2015 - 10:56 AM | Curtis Kalin
    Advertising websites have the ability to obtain a sizable chunk of personal data provided by users of Healthcare.gov. Following up on a January 20 Associated Press report, a congressional analysis confirmed that in many instances, personal data collected by Healthcare.gov is shared with companies like Google, Yahoo, Twitter, and Advertising.com. The type of information acquired by these companies includes age, income, zip code, use of tobacco, and pregnancy.
  • Mother Of Slain Student Pushes To Expand DNA Databases

    01/30/2015 3:00:36 PM PST · by Theoria · 32 replies
    Here and Now ^ | 30 Jan 2015 | Lisa Mullins
    Virginia mother Gil Harrington is pushing Virginia to expand its database of DNA to include people convicted of Class 1 misdemeanors a move she hopes will save lives. Harringtons daughter, Morgan Dana Harrington, was a 20-year-old Virginia Tech student when she was abducted and murdered in 2009, allegedly by the same man now accused of killing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham last October.The alleged abductor, Jesse Matthew, was convicted of criminal trespassing in 2010, which means his DNA may have led prosecutors to solve Morgans case, which in turn means that he may have been jailed before his...
  • DEA maintained secret database of Americans' phone calls

    01/17/2015 12:39:23 PM PST · by Libloather · 15 replies
    The Hill ^ | 1/16/15 | Julian Hattem
    The Drug Enforcement Administration formerly maintained a secret database of Americans telephone calls to some foreign countries, the Justice Department revealed this week. A document filed by the department in a criminal case on Thursday revealed that the agency collected details about Americans calls to certain countries believed to be closely linked to drug trafficking networks. The program is different from a more well-known database maintained by the National Security Agency (NSA), though it appears similar in some respects. According to the governments brief, the DEA tracked information about phone calls from the United States to other designated countries that...
  • CATALIST: Obamas Database for Fundamentally Transforming America

    09/18/2014 3:51:18 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 53 replies
    PJ Media's Rule of Law ^ | September 17, 2014 | J. Christian Adams
    The Democrats and the institutional left have a new political tool that allows them virtually to ignore moderates yet still win elections. This tool, the Catalist database, was employed in the 2012 election. That election defied conventional wisdom: Mitt Romney sought and won independent voters overwhelmingly, but still lost. If you wondered why the conventional wisdom about independents and moderates didnt seem so wise in 2012, the answer is Catalist. Beyond winning elections, Catalist also allows the Democrats to turn the policy narrative upside down and suffer no political consequence for implementing radical policies which appeal to their base. The...
  • New federal database will track Americans' credit ratings, other financial information

    05/30/2014 5:48:55 AM PDT · by Chickensoup · 60 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 5/30/2014 | Richard Pollock
    As many as 227 million Americans may be compelled to disclose intimate details of their families and financial lives -- including their Social Security numbers -- in a new national database being assembled by two federal agencies. The Federal Housing Finance Agency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau posted an April 16 Federal Register notice of an expansion of their joint National Mortgage Database Program to include personally identifiable information that reveals actual users, a reversal of previously stated policy. Sign Up for the Watchdog newsletter! FHFA will manage the database and share it with CFPB. A CFPB internal planning...
  • Your Photo Could Be Included in the FBIs New Facial Recognition Database

    04/16/2014 7:20:08 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 17 replies
    The Wire ^ | Apr 15, 2014 | Lucy Westcott
    Apr 15, 2014 4:03PM ET / Politics Your Photo Could Be Included in the FBIs New Facial Recognition Database Lucy Westcott If you're applying for a job in the near future, there's a chance you could end up on the FBI's imminent new facial recognition database alongside criminals, whether you like it or not. According to information obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the database, known as Next Generation Identification (NGI), will for the first time combine criminal and noncriminal fingerprint databases, along with records of palm prints, iris scans, and mugshots. The NGI, which sounds like Facebook mixed with...
  • Air Force apologizes to family after armed traffic stop (Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio)

    04/11/2014 4:17:30 AM PDT · by Timber Rattler · 110 replies
    Stars & Stripes ^ | April 10, 2014 | Laura A. Bischoff and Clint Davis
    A Columbus, Ohio, family said their children were traumatized after what was meant to be a fun trip to the National Museum of the United States Air Force ended with guns drawn on them. Alice Hill, 65, her daughter-in-law, Wendy, and two young grandchildren visited the museum on April 4 and, as they were leaving, were ordered to get out of their vehicle by military police. Hill said the officers pulled guns on the family and cuffed the adults in front of the children, according to an incident report. (snip) The family was detained for about 90 minutes as authorities...
  • Obama Asks Court To Make NSA Database Even Bigger

    02/26/2014 1:33:12 PM PST · by Nachum · 15 replies
    zero hedge ^ | 2/26/26 | tyler durden
    When a hypertotalitarian banana republic takes another turn for the gigasurreal, even Elon Musk is speechless. In the most glaring example of how farcical idiocy has become the new normal, we will remind readers (especially those who do not follow us on twitter), of the following blurb from last night:
  • After the Fact: Civitas Media Denies Plan to Create Database of Concealed Carry Permit Holders

    01/26/2014 10:15:30 PM PST · by Nachum · 3 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 1/26/14 | AWR Hawkins
    On January 24th, a Civitas Media internal memo leaked to the new media describing the newspaper conglomerate's "attempt to build state-by-state databases that list those who have the right to carry a concealed weapon." Within 24 hours Civitas Media reversed course and now, on January 26th, says the idea never was going to happen to begin with. Buckeyefirearms.org first published the "internal propriety communication," which Civitas Media director of content Jim Lawitz "distributed to content editors, managers, and producers at [Civitas Media-owned] newspapers in 12 states." Lawitz initially refused comment once the communiqu became public. However, he eventually said "[they]...
  • Newspaper chain plans 'state-by-state' concealed weapon databases

    01/24/2014 1:01:03 PM PST · by Timber Rattler · 23 replies
    Fox News ^ | January 24, 2014 | Joshua Rhett Miller
    A national newspaper chain with nearly 100 publications and 1.6 million readers is considering building state-by-state databases on concealed weapons permit holders, according to an internal e-mail. The plan, laid out in an email from a top editor at North Carolina-based Civitas Media, could be similar to a controversial project a New York state newspaper carried out in 2012 which included an online map that identified gun owners in two counties by name and address. Civitas' database project was detailed the plan in a Jan. 19 e-mail to newsrooms in 11 states, including Ohio, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
  • United States Extremist Crime Database (ECDB)

    12/06/2013 5:50:11 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 5 replies
    guerrillamerica.com ^ | 12/5/13 | Samuel Culper III
    The United States Extremist Crime Database (ECDB) on its face isnt alarming. Im not even sure if this database is official or operational but people tracking crime isnt new, nor is suspect. You should note that this database tracks non-violent far-rightcrime as well. What I do find alarming, albeit par for the course, is the keywords under which this database article is searchable: Keywords Al Qaeda related crimes, database construction, domestic terrorism, extremist crime, far-right crime, political violence The investigator of this University of Maryland project (http://www.start.umd.edu/start/research/projects/project.asp?id=43) is Steven Chermak (http://www.start.umd.edu/start/research/investigators/investigator.asp?id=47). This is how these people think: if you have...
  • Technology Delays Plague Cover Oregon (Oracle)

    11/18/2013 12:26:35 PM PST · by steve86 · 22 replies
    The Lund Report ^ | Diane Lund-Muzikant
    Oracle, which is developing the website, has assured Rocky King the site will be operational by Dec. 1 The same problem thats plagued the federal health insurance exchange healthcare.gov appears responsible for Cover Oregons failure to implement its web-based portal on Oct. 1: technology. Even though Cover Oregon has paid Oracle, the technology giant, $43.2 million this year, the sites still not working, and temporary workers are processing paper applications. As of Tuesday, Cover Oregon had received 17,000 applications but cant say how many people may require subsidies, or want to enroll in the Oregon Health Plan, Healthy...
  • Rejecting Jeb Bushs Fed Ed racket: Florida turns against Common Core

    09/24/2013 7:51:16 AM PDT · by sheikdetailfeather · 20 replies
    Michelle Malkin ^ | 9-24-13 | Michelle Malkin
    Jeb Bush can deride and mock opponents of shoddy, costly, intrusive, and unconstitutional Common Core standards all he wants. The grass-roots movement against Fed Ed cant be stopped. In Bushs own Florida, GOP Gov. Rick Scott issued an executive order yesterday withdrawing the state from the Common Core testing consortium known as PARCC. Word is out that Gov. Rick Scott wants to pull Florida out of the PARCC testing consortium affiliated with the Common Core State Standards. Tampa Bay Times bureau chief Steve Bousquet is reporting on Twitter that Scott wants to sever ties with PARCC, for which Florida has...
  • Maryland police to review arrest of parent who objected to Common Core

    09/24/2013 4:44:40 AM PDT · by opentalk · 57 replies
    Fox news ^ | September 23, 2013
    A Baltimore-area police chief is reviewing the arrest of a man who rose at a town hall-style meeting to challenge the national Common Core standards and wound up in an angry confrontation with an off-duty police officer. Robert Small,46,showed up at the public forum Thursday night in Towson,but when he began asking questions about Common Core, the police officer,who was providing security at the meeting,shut him down. My question is how does lowering educational standards prepare kids for ... college,because thats what its all about? Small asked in a scene caught on videotape. But audience members had been told to...
  • Obamacare as Big Brother

    08/15/2013 12:06:23 AM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 11 replies
    NRO ^ | Aug 14, 2013 | By Michael Tanner
    Think the NSA data collection on your phone calls and Internet use is scary? Well, here comes Obamacare. On October 1, the laws insurance exchanges are scheduled to start open enrollment in all 50 states. In order to help people sign up for insurance and to determine which applicants are eligible for subsidies or Medicaid, the exchanges will need to collect both tax and health-care data for more than 7 million Americans. This means a new government bureaucracy will be in possession of these peoples financial, employment, and health information everything from their income last year to the prescription...
  • Spread of DNA databases sparks ethical concerns

    07/13/2013 10:28:03 AM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 10 replies
    pioneer press ^ | 7-13-13 | Jill Lawless
    LONDON You can ditch your computer and leave your cellphone at home, but you can't escape your DNA. It belongs uniquely to you and, increasingly, to the authorities. Countries around the world are collecting genetic material from millions of citizens in the name of fighting crime and terrorism and, according to critics, heading into uncharted ethical terrain. Leaders include the United States where the Supreme Court recently backed the collection of DNA swabs from suspects on arrest and Britain, where police held samples of almost 7 million people, more than 10 percent of the population,...
  • Warren joins outcry for NSA accountability

    07/07/2013 12:32:46 PM PDT · by Libloather · 20 replies
    Telegram ^ | 7/03/13 | James F. Russell
    WASHINGTON The escalating spying affair dogging the Obama administration now includes a bipartisan request for accountability from more than a fourth of U.S. senators, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. **SNIP** They said it is regrettable the information was revealed by a government whistleblower instead of the Obama administration. In a letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, the senators say it is time for the White House to come clean. They want him to provide straight answers to fundamental questions about the gigantic, clandestine and problematic government data collections that include huge stockpiles of information on ordinary Americans...
  • Get a Life Pentagon wanted searchable database of people's lives as far back as 2003

    07/01/2013 11:50:37 PM PDT · by Nachum · 2 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 7/2/13 | Josh Peterson
    Ten years before the recent global panic over the U.S. governments domestic spying program, the Pentagon solicited contractors for a searchable database of peoples lives. In 2003, the Department of Defenses Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) hoped to create a database that would amass everything about the life of a person participating in the project, ranging from GPS coordinates to every email and phone call sent and received. The participant would wear a camera, microphone and sensors to record the minutia of everyday life. The program, called Lifelog, would act as a persons digital diary.
  • Would E-Verify result in a national ID database?

    06/16/2013 8:23:57 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 15 replies
    Hotair ^ | 06/16/2013 | Jazz Shaw
    Yet another glitch seems to be popping up in the immigration reform debate, and I’ll confess that I really didn’t see this one coming. One portion of the proposal regards expanding – and making mandatory in a variety of cases – the use of the E-Verify system. This would ensure that employers were making use of the system to screen out illegal immigrants when hiring. But if it applies to immigrants, in the opinion of some observers, it winds up applying to everyone. And that could lead to the equivalent of a national ID database. “Over time, this could become...
  • Democrats push to redeploy Obamas voter database

    06/12/2013 11:39:48 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 16 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 11/20/2012 | Craig Timberg and Amy Gardner
    <p>If you voted this election season, President Obama almost certainly has a file on you. His vast campaign database includes information on voters magazine subscriptions, car registrations, housing values and hunting licenses, along with scores estimating how likely they were to cast ballots for his reelection.</p>
  • Which Database: OFA or NSA?

    06/12/2013 8:22:17 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 18 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 06/12/2013 | Cindy Simpson
    In the wake of the explosive NSA data-mining revelations, Breitbart TV reminded us of an interesting Rep. Maxine Waters bombshell from February. In an interview, Rep. Waters described a very powerful database that "no one has ever seen before in life," "put in place" by Obama, that had "information about everything on every individual on ways that it's never been done before." [sic] The Breitbart piece was titled "Breitbart Flashback: Maxine Waters Reveals Obama's Secret Database Filled with Voters' Private Info." Although what Rep. Waters described seems eerily similar to the recently leaked NSA secret database, she was not referring...
  • Biometric Database tucked inside Gang of Eight immigration bill

    06/07/2013 4:44:05 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 39 replies
    Conservative Action Alerts ^ | May 31, 2013 | Conservative Action Alerts
    Biometric Database tucked inside Gang of Eight immigration bill by Conservative Action Alerts on May 31, 2013 ALERT: The Gang of Eight’s comprehensive immigration plan will destroy individual privacy via biometric database. American Conservative, Last Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed their markup of the Gang of Eight’s “immigration reform” bill – a version that not only preserves most of the bill’s original problems, but also contains 233 additional pages of rules. Senator Ted Cruz says that the bill only makes our current immigration problems “worse.” Sadly, he holds the minority opinion as he was one of only five Senate...
  • Flashback: Maxine Waters: Obama has secret database with everything on everyone

    05/31/2013 5:16:58 PM PDT · by DFG · 44 replies
    patdollard.com ^ | 02/07/2013 | Pat Dollard
    The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life, Representative Maxine Waters told Roland Martin on Monday. Thats going to be very, very powerful, Waters said. That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that its never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. Theyre going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they cant get around it. And hes [President Obama] been very smart. Its very...
  • Dem Rep: 2016 Pres Candidate will have powerful database

    05/15/2013 8:15:17 PM PDT · by God pays good · 10 replies
    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2013/02/06/Maxine-Waters-Reveals-Obamas-Secret-Data-Base-Filled-Voters-Private-Info-Dems-Secret-To-Crush-GOP
  • Is there a scary biometric National ID System tucked into the Immigration Bill?

    05/11/2013 10:30:53 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 05/10/2013 | Liz Klimas
    <p>A more than 800-page bill for immigration reform, which the Senate has begun debating, carries a measure privacy advocates worry could lead to the creation of a biometric database of every adult in the United States.</p>
  • Number Of Names On U.S. Counter-Terrorism Database Jumps

    05/03/2013 3:11:06 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 13 replies
    Reuters ^ | May 3,2013 | Mark Hosenball
    (Reuters) - The number of names on a highly classified U.S. central database used to track suspected terrorists has jumped to 875,000 from 540,000 only five years ago, a U.S. official familiar with the matter said.
  • Terror database too vague to flag Boston suspect

    05/02/2013 8:39:25 PM PDT · by Nachum · 16 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | 5/2/13 | Ken Dilanian
    WASHINGTON When a Russian intelligence service told the CIA that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had become an Islamic radical looking to join underground groups, the agency put his name in the governments catch-all database for terrorism suspects. The Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment list, known as TIDE, was the governments attempt after the Sept. 11 attacks to consolidate a hodgepodge of watch lists, and ensure that every law enforcement agency would be alerted when it came into contact with a possible terrorist. But TIDE has ballooned to 875,000 records, and critics say it is so all-encompassing
  • Obama ATF Seeks Massive Database Of Personal Information

    04/08/2013 6:08:32 PM PDT · by EXCH54FE · 17 replies
    Freedom Outpost ^ | Apr. 8, 2013 | Tim Brown
    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) recently solicited for a massive online data repository system capable of accessing personal information, including relatives, connections and associates. The request was submitted on March 28, 2013 at FedBizOpps.gov. It was later updated on April 5, 2013. In providing background for the request, the ATF says that the Office of Strategic Intelligence and Information (OSII) provides critical law enforcement resources in support of reducing violent crime and protecting the public. Staffed by a number of dedicated law-enforcement intelligence analysts, support professionals, and officials, the mission of OSII has always been to provide...
  • ATF Seeks 'Massive' Database of Personal Info: 'Assets, Relatives, Associates and More'

    04/07/2013 9:58:11 AM PDT · by autumnraine · 24 replies
    CNS News ^ | 4/7/2013 | Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr.
    CNS News Home Washington National Culture International Entertainment Sports Health Business Weird News News Wire The Right Views E-Brief Facebook Twitter RSS LinkedIn About Us Resources Send Tips Donate RSS CNSNews.TV On the Spot On the Scene The Schein OTJ Golden Hookah ATF Seeks 'Massive' Database of Personal Info: 'Assets, Relatives, Associates and More' April 6, 2013 By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. Subscribe to Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. RSS 1674 413 A recent solicitation from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) reveals that the agency is seeking a "massive" online database capable of pulling up individuals' personal information, connections and...
  • ATF seeks 'massive' online database to log personal information, connections

    04/06/2013 7:51:29 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 49 replies
    rt.com ^ | 4/6/13
    A recent notice from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms reveals that the agency intends to acquire an online database capable of bringing up many of an individuals personal characteristics and connections with just a few keystrokes. On March 28 the federal law enforcement organization, which is a branch of the US Department of Justice, filed a solicitation notice for a massive online data repository system for its Office of Strategic Intelligence and Information. The solicitation is hosted on the Federal Business Opportunities website, where vendors and developers can offer their services to the government in a competitive reverse...
  • Maxine Waters: Obama Has a Database on Everything About Every Individual

    03/02/2013 11:27:28 AM PST · by Libloather · 59 replies
    Rush Limbaugh ^ | 2/08/13 | El Rushbo
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Here's Maxine Waters. This was last Sunday on TV One's Washington Watch with Roland Martin. Maxine Waters, Democrat from California. Her district is basically the Watts area of Los Angeles, and Roland Martin said, "The reality is like anything else, you'd better get what you can while Obama's there because, look, come 2016, that's it." Now, what Roland Martin's saying here is all of you who are looking for prosperity from the government, you better get it and get it now. Get it while you can, get it while Obama's there, because come 2016, he's not gonna...
  • Dem Rep: 2016 Pres Candidate Will Have 'Powerful' Database That Has 'Everything On Everyone'

    02/09/2013 1:30:22 PM PST · by TurboZamboni · 76 replies
    breitbart tv ^ | 2-8-13 | breitbart
    "The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life," Representative Maxine Waters told Roland Martin on Monday. "That's going to be very, very powerful," Waters said. "That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it's never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They're going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they can't get around it. And he's [President Obama] been very smart. It's very...
  • Minnesota license plate data collected as lawmakers see privacy risks

    01/28/2013 5:16:27 AM PST · by TurboZamboni · 8 replies
    pioneer press ^ | 1-26-13 | kyle potter
    They're on squad cars and street lights, and they track where you're driving. Across Minnesota, police and sheriffs have been using automated license plate readers for years to find stolen cars and aid investigations. Their spreading use and questions of data security, fueled by recent breaches of statewide databases, has focused attention on the lack of regulation. Until the data was temporarily classified late last year, anyone could ask police for a list of when and where a car had been spotted. Lawmakers will soon consider restrictions on the data stored via the readers, with state Rep. Mary Liz Holberg,...
  • Registration Will Lead to Confiscation

    01/10/2013 10:37:19 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 46 replies
    The Blaze ^ | January 9, 2013 | Brian Lilley
    According to The Washington Post, the Obama administration is considering a national database of all firearms in the United States to track the movement and sale of weapons. If such a database comes to fruition the database will lead to confiscation.Last year Canada ended its national long gun registry, a national database of every rifle and shotgun in the country that was supposed to help police track the movement of and sale of weapons. When it was introduced twenty years ago critics said the registration of firearms would eventually lead to confiscation, a criticism dismissed as ridiculous, yet thats what...