Global Security Watch > December 24, 2005

California Secretary of State & Diebold

[The Ruth Group] California Secretary of State & Diebold Dear Friends It looks like Secretary of State Bruce McPherson must have already left for his holiday vacation...

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Barney Frank and Problematic Trans-Inclusive Language in Senate Bill

[Transcending Gender] A hate crimes bill, which has passed the Senate three times before, is now stalled because of disagreements over extending specific protections for gender identity, according to Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass.).

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Posted at 10:58 AM

December 24, 2005

California Secretary of State & Diebold

[The Ruth Group] California Secretary of State & Diebold Dear Friends It looks like Secretary of State Bruce McPherson must have already left for his holiday vacation...

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Posted at 11:00 AM

Barney Frank and Problematic Trans-Inclusive Language in Senate Bill

[Transcending Gender] A hate crimes bill, which has passed the Senate three times before, is now stalled because of disagreements over extending specific protections for gender identity, according to Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass.).

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Posted at 10:58 AM

Letter to editor: Hunting story shows torture

[An Animal-Friendly Life: Vegan links, news, reviews, commentary, and podcasts] The following excerpt from a vivid letter to the editor by Stuart Chaifetz, the director of the Animal Protection PAC, was published in the paper that ran many of the stories I referred to when blogging about the recent New Jersey hunt. Fitting (excerpt):

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Posted at 10:55 AM

New Barrier Shields Cutters

Port Security, Maritime Security, and Homeland Security Blog[Port Security, Maritime Security, and Homeland Security Blog] The colorful and powerful string of foam-filled plastic modules clearly defines a security zone around Coast Guard Island, established in June 2004 when the military branch began operating under heightened security.

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Posted at 10:54 AM

December 10, 2005

Big Brother knows all about you

http://i-a-l.blogspot.com [info NeoGnostic] 'Government set to transform info'. So interested that I have emailed them suggesting that they do a much longer, investigative piece.

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Posted at 01:20 PM

Sony to rethink anti-piracy policy

http://www.pcdoctor-guide.com/wordpress [The PC Doctor » Here to help!] According to an article on BBC News , Sony BMG is to re-evaluate their current copy-protection schemes. About time, but I can’t...

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Posted at 01:18 PM

Microsoft offer a free anti-virus software beta

[Musings From My Home Office] Microsoft has opened a beta test for their new Windows OneCare virus product. You can subscribe (for free, for now) here.

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Posted at 01:17 PM

December 08, 2005

An open letter to my neighbour

Neil's World - Not the world you expectedhttp://www.neilturner.me.uk [Neil's World - Not the world you expected] Almost all wireless networking technology supports a minimum of WEP encryption, which at worst will stop casual hackers from getting in. It’s likely, however, that your router, and indeed the rest of your hardware, will support WPA encryption, which is very strong and will stop less than honest neighbours stealing your bandwidth, or worse, any of your network data.

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Posted at 08:45 AM

Laptop encryption comparison

[ The Information Security News] Laptop encryption comparison December 6th, 2005 As you may know, laptop computers are easily lost or stolen because they are compact, expensive, easy...

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Posted at 08:44 AM