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Twitter has been forced to hand over details of user accounts to the US authorities in a case related to the US federal government’s ongoing investigation of Wikileaks.
Twitter is being asked to provide account information such as mailing addresses and session logs to the government.
The judge in the case, Theresa Buchanan, rejected arguments that the disclosure invades privacy, saying that the users had already made their user information public via Twitter.
“Our privacy in our Interne
Electromagnetic emissions//// It is possible to capture the electromagnetic emissions of a wired keyboard from up to 20 metres (66 ft) away, without being physically wired to it. In 2009, Swiss researchers tested 11 different USB, PS/2 and laptop keyboards in a semi-Anechoic chamber and found them all vulnerable, primarily because of the prohibitive cost of adding shielding during manufacture. The researchers used a wide-band receiver to tune into the specific frequency of the emissions radiated from the keyboards.
and this www.deseretnews.com... i think it is time we the people summit our own bills to be come law call them PB peoples bill, what say ye?
HB 477, which was passed quickly by the legislature last week, would severely curtail Utah's Open Records Law and deny access to Utah public records.
Franken said in a speech at the South by Southwest conference on Monday that he is planning legislation that would amend antitrust laws to "call violations of net neutrality out for what they are: anti-competitive actions by powerful media conglomerates that represent violations of our anti-trust laws."
Franken, one of the most vocal net neutrality supporters in the Congress, is taking an approach endorsed by some Republicans who say an antitrust approach to Internet openness might be appropriate.
House Judiciary intellectual property subcommittee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) has said he may also introduce a bill to amend antitrust laws to address net neutrality.
In his speech, Franken framed net neutrality as a fight against profit-driven corporations and encouraged the audience to speak up about the issue.