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Tag: Personal

Bush World technology

New Technology for Bush World

New on the block: A virtual reality helmet that allows users to simulate fantasy worlds, and a personal Google search engine that allows users to scan a narrow list of sites—two inventions perfect for a president who sees only what he wants to see.

Posted on Oct 24, 2006 READ MORE

Feds Getting Phone Data Without Warrants

Officials from the Dept. of Homeland Security and the FBI are paying private data brokers to gather personal phone record information—circumventing the need to obtain warrants for such data.

  • It’s ironic that some federal agents are availing themselves of this potentially illegal service; other federal agents (from the FCC) are already investigating the practice. See “Feds Probe Sale of Private Phone Records”
  • And earlier: All Your Phone Call Records Are for Sale, Cheap

  • Posted on Jun 20, 2006 READ MORE

    NSA mining social networking sites
    Faces: from / NSA seal: from

    NSA Wants to Mine Data From Social Networking Sites

    The National Security Agency is funding research into ways to collect personal information from social networking websites like MySpace and Friendster, according to New Scientist magazine. The agency reportedly aims to combine the information with details from banking, retail and property records, allowing the NSA to build extensive, all-embracing personal profiles of individuals.

    Posted on Jun 9, 2006 READ MORE

    Bush's Gopher
    From ThinkProgress

    Affirmative Action at the White House

    Blake Gottesman, aka ?Peanut,? Bush’s personal aide, is stepping down in August to attend Harvard Business School, despite the fact that he never finished college—a requirement for HBS. Did the president, who purports to be against affirmative action, pull some strings at his alma mater?

    Posted on May 27, 2006 READ MORE

    Authorities Mining More Corporate Data for Personal Information

    We learn from the Wall Street Journal that banks, Internet service providers and other companies are being besieged by law enforcement authorities who want to pore over their corporate data in hunting for clues in criminal cases.
    Just another example of how the government is going through personal records.

    Posted on May 20, 2006 READ MORE

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