REDUX: "Are We Safer?", TSA Updates and more

Posted: January 21, 2011 in body scans, data surveillance, fusion centers, opt-out day, Phil Mocek, tsa

“From checkpoints and electronic strip searches at airports… to your banker being forced to report suspicious deposits to being locked up for not disclosing all of your assets to the IRS… the signs are clear: 1984 is here. Whether it’s a War on Drugs, Illegal Immigration, or Terrorist… it is all a war on individual sovereignty.” 

– John Pugsley, a man who woke up Orwell  

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Failed UK ID Card project racks up another £400,000 in expenses

No plans for Aussie online ID (Y’know… in case you’re an Aussie freaked out about NSTIC, right?)

Please check out Dana Priest’s newest work on domestic surveillance, on PBS’ Frontline featuring the history of DHS and US Fusion Centers in Are We Safer?

D.C. expanding public surveillance camera net

TSA is definitely not in favorable light with US public. We are looking for follow up stories on the Phil Mocek trial. 

Technology can scan fingerprints from 6 feet away 

GAO: “E-Verify better, but still flawed”

DIY Government: Challenge FBI Abuses

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