The Senate just passed, 12 to 3, a bill called CISA which is a lot like CISPA. It's time to urge the House to vote it down.
Sparks31 recommended this site for learning about commo for preppers, and here is their page with all the digital radio tags http://www.amrron.com/category/digital-communications/
The Maryland National Guard is getting into cybersecurity. Since they generally don't speak any of those foreign languages that the terrorists usually speak, my guess is they'll be spying on Americans.
This interview on vox.com is with someone who exposes how bad the security is at a branch of the Federal Reserve Bank. That once past the outside door, someone could pass himself off as a banker and just walk around taking notes, because people don't like to challenge people. Also some stuff about the traders knowing government things about 15 minutes before they're officially announced, and the trading desks at the Fed being where the economy is really run from. Also if you've ever been a state governor you're allowed to go into banking without much else.
Kabelmast adds something about testosterone (and sperm count) being on the wane due to cell phones and this is making people less apt to challenge each other.
I might add that someone I know worked at a branch of the Fed and the employees all got free lunch there. I suppose it's the only place on earth where there really is a free lunch, although not really free since we paid for it through the erosion of our net worths by inflation.
The Challenge Of Keeping Tabs On The NSA’s Secretive Work
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