Congress enacted the Real ID act in 2005, saying it would make the nation safer from future terrorist attacks. The federal government claims Real ID would be tamper-proof and that it would make the nation more secure. These cards will serve as more than a driver’s license, they will be ID proof acceptable nationwide because they will be based on uniform, and extensive, ID standards including an implant of an electronic device loaded with personal data. The Real ID compliance … Continue reading →
The deadline is rapidly approaching for states to comply with the new world order legislation called the Real ID Act of 2005. Homeland Security says citizens will be banned from airplanes and federal buildings unless they be assimilated into the draconian Big Brother tracking system. The Real ID Act of 2005 will create America’s first national ID card, exposing millions of Americans to identity theft with it’s massive invasion of privacy, enabling the government to track their every move, and … Continue reading →
At this point, after the Titanpointe revelations, it’s more than a fair question. Video and article originally posted on TruthStreamMedia.com by Melissa Dykes
While many would not connect a private business activity to the 4th Amendment, I believe there is a connection and the relationship between government and private business is being blurred. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or … Continue reading →
The revelations of Edward Snowden shone fresh light on NSA spying targeting the American people, but what has gone largely unnoticed is the fact that a network of different spy systems which can record real time conversations are already in place throughout many urban areas of the United States, as well as in the technology products we buy and use on a regular basis. These systems are no secret – they are hiding in plain view – and yet concerns … Continue reading →
There is no longer any pretense of privacy for the average American citizen. Cries to “protect privacy” are nonsense because you have NO privacy. It is gone and you are fully exposed to government and corporate surveillance of your life. The recent revelations made by Ed Snowden of the NSA spying on American citizens finally blew the lid off what many of us have known for years. Big Brother IS Watching You. The May 1979 issue of Omni magazine talks … Continue reading →
CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, is picking up sponsors and it looks like the legislation will make it to the House floor for a vote next week. Hosted by Alex Jones.
Alex Jones talks with Katherine Albrecht about privacy issues.
Legislation that will force Internet providers to store information on all their customers and share it with the federal government and law enforcement agencies was significantly beefed at the last minute yesterday and approved by a U.S. House of Representatives committee. Under the guise of protecting children from internet pornographers, the House Judiciary committee voted 19-10 to approve a bill that will require Internet Service Providers to store temporarily assigned IP addresses for future government use. In addition, the bill … Continue reading →
Big Brother does more than just WATCH you… he is also keeping records. You cannot even surf the internet from your own homes with any privacy. The Obama Administration has demanded all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to keep records of their customers’ “surfing” habits for possible inspection. That’s right… they want to know what web sites you visit. They also want to know WHAT your are SEARCHING for. MICROSOFT search engine stores data for 18 months. GOOGLE searches are stored … Continue reading →
Following is an article by Mark Lerner who leads the Stop Real ID Coalition and is a spokesperson for the Constitutional Alliance. Will National ID Protect Us From Identity Theft? By Mark Lerner Published 08/20/09 (17 AUG 2009) According to the Department of Justice, the personal credit and debit card information of 130 million was stolen. They are dubbing this “the single largest hacking and identity theft case ever prosecuted”, according to Fox News. According to the latest U.S. Census, … Continue reading →
In yet another ruling infringing on you privacy rights, a federal judge ruled to let Viacom have access to all of Youtubes records of every video watched in an effort to find infringement and copyright violations. Viacom has a billion dollar copyright infringement lawsuit on going with Google. According to the ruling: The motion to compel production of all data from the Logging database concerning each time a YouTube video has been viewed on the YouTube website or through embedding … Continue reading →
The Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) urged Congress to provide federal funding for implementation of the Real ID Act, citing a new national poll in which more than eight out of ten Americans said driver’s licenses should meet minimum national standards to help battle terrorism and other crimes. ITAA President and CEO Phil Bond said in a letter to Congress, “We now have the technology to improve security and personal privacy through Real ID and we know it will … Continue reading →