UK Daily Mail | Software will trace customer purchases on the highstreet to prove online adverts work.
UK Daily Mail | Google has patented a smart contact lens that could see its Glass wearable computer fit inside a smart lens.
Washington’s Blog | Why Were Government Computers Immune to the Bug?
The Daily Sheeple | Mark Witaschek is the first known person to be prosecuted in D.C. for owning inoperable ammunition.
Adan Salazar | Incident leaves woman traumatized.
RT | Computer networks of the German Aerospace Center have been infiltrated in a sophisticated cyber-attack most likely carried out by a foreign intelligence agency, Der Spiegel reported.
London Guardian | New artwork comes in the wake of the storm over surveillance by GCHQ and the NSA revealed by the whistleblower Edward Snowden.
New York Times | A loophole is likely to allow the N.S.A. to continue to exploit security flaws both to crack encryption on the Internet and to design cyberweapons.
Mark Dice | Group implies that Bundy and his supporters are violent radicals.
Prison Planet.com | Attorney General Eric Holder has been having a rough time as of late. People are fed up with his lies and he’s fed up with us not believing them.
Bloomberg | The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years.
Tech Dirt | Every few days, more details leak from the Senate’s $40 million, 6,300 page report on the CIA’s torture program.
Zero Hedge | Millions of ordinary users were left vulnerable to attack.
Paul Joseph Watson | War of words over standoff with feds intensifies.
Steve Watson | ‘Zero tolerance’ idiocy is harming education.
Washington Times | U.S. sheriffs say that securing the border is a growing concern to law enforcement agencies throughout the country, not just those near the U.S.-Mexico boundary.
Washington’s Blog | Labels Attempt to Thwart NSA Spying “Draconian”.
Prison Planet.com | The MRAP weighs an impressive 49,000 pounds, stands 10-feet tall, and possesses a whopping six-wheel drive.
Paul Joseph Watson | One rule for us, another rule for everybody else.
RT | YouTube will remain blocked in Turkey in spite of a court order ruling that the ban is a violation of freedom of speech.
Mac Slavo | Last summer Bob Ferris’ wife returned from church looking particularly beautiful so he decided to take a few snapshots with his camera.
IntelliHub.com | Dick Cheney’s daughter made some alarming comments in response to Nancy Pelosi’s public condemnation of the interrogation tactics that were used by the Bush administration.
Mikael Thalen | System will shoot warning messages through drivers’ windshields.
Mac Slavo | One of the purported successes of Michelle Obama’s tenure as First Lady of the United States has been to help Americans get fit and eat right.
Washington’s Blog | Turkey Busted for False Flag Terror.
Christina Sarich | Pamela Bailey, the president and CEO of the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA), wants you to trust the biggest chemical sales companies in the world to ‘label GMO at will, on their own terms’.
John W. Whitehead | The State Department wants $400,000 to purchase a fiberglass sculpture of a camel looking at a needle for its new embassy in Pakistan.
Washington’s Blog | High-Level U.S. Officials Debunk CIA Claims About Bin Laden.
Adan Salazar | Principal orders police to remove student for expressing himself.
Sydney Morning Herald | The Civil Aviation Safety Authority says it is investigating an incident that involved an athlete in a West Australian triathlon being injured by a drone that was filming the event.
Daily Caller | A Connecticut community college accused of abridging a student’s free speech and due process rights addressed criticisms of its actions by shutting down its Facebook page.
Truth Revolt | Also prefers calling it “Global Weirding” instead.
The Daily Sheeple | CNN obtained the Facebook posts of Fort Hood’s most recent accused shooter Ivan Lopez.
Prison Planet.com | Michigan Police will soon use a Hailstorm device to track cell phone calls. This is similar to the Stingray cell phone tracking system secretly being used by police in Florida and California.
Prison Planet.com | Citizens who would not stand by as others sought to violate the inalienable rights of others have claimed victories all across The United States.
Washington Free Beacon | Death did not take place at CIA headquarters.
Bloomberg | U.S. officials can’t be held liable for the death of an American al-Qaeda leader killed by a drone strike in Yemen in 2011, a federal judge ruled.
Steve Watson | Found guilty of harassment and making threats for explaining anti-gun legislation was killing his ammo business
Kurt Nimmo | Oakland County police purchase device with Department of Homeland Security grant.
Ldnews.com | An unmanned Pennsylvania Army National Guard drone crashed near Lickdale Elementary School Thursday afternoon.
The Detroit News | Oakland County commissioners asked no questions last March before unanimously approving a cellphone tracking device so powerful it was used by the military.
Underground Medic | The pompous Chief Inspector of schools Sir Michael Wilshaw has recommended that children in the UK start school at TWO years old.
ABC News | Mozilla co-founder CEO Brendan Eich, who came under fire this week for donating to a campaign to ban gay marriage in California, has resigned.
Lizzie Bennett | An alleged plot by Muslim hard-liners to take over six schools in Birmingham.
RT | The move helps put a lid on NSA spooks and hacking.
TheFreeThoughtProject.com | The driver had pleaded with the officer to escort them to the hospital a mere five minutes away.
Truth Revolt | Liberties imperiled by Obamacare “are no less important today”.
The Organic Prepper | What if you were forced to “register” in order to buy groceries?
RT | The Twitter ban imposed by Turkey’s government violates freedom of expression and individual rights.
Carlos Miller | The U.S. Marshals could only ask people to stand back