Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Gap of War Forecasting Past Tactics Still Exists

Summer 1990. Iraq has moved troops to the Kuwait Border. On September 11, 1990, Bush also told a joint session of Congress that “following negotiations and promises by Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein not to use force, a powerful army invaded … Continue reading

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“Total Information Awareness” (TIA) program

“Total Information Awareness” program,  aimed to do just what it sounds like: collect every bit of information about every single person and store it in vast databases, producing digital dossiers on all of us. NSA’s new data center in Utah … Continue reading

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Boosting Intelligence Experiments

The popularity of “smart drugs” that claim to boost intelligence has led experts to warn that the products often contain harmful banned substances that can cause serious side effects. You’re only using 10 percent of your brain!” All those people … Continue reading

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ThinThread NSA

  ThinThread is the name of a project that the United States National Security Agency engaged in during the 1990s, according to a May 17, 2006 article in the Baltimore Sun. The program involved wiretapping and sophisticated analysis of the … Continue reading

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Post a Photo, Get Arrested

A member of Anonymous has allegedly been arrested in Australia after authorities tracked down his identity and whereabouts from a graphic cleavage shot of a bikini-clad woman. The FBI charged Higinio O Ochoa III, from Texas, with hacking into the … Continue reading

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Utah CIA Spy Center

The National Security Agency is building a massive data collection warehouse in Utah. The fact that they’re building a new data center isn’t news. The NSA has several other similar facilities. The size of this is what is creating the … Continue reading

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