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  • COMMS Alert!! (prepare for plan B)

    01/08/2021 8:20:28 PM PST · by jimjohn · 121 replies
    self | jimjohn
    Having no inside information, the trend appears that conservative networks are under assault. Now is a good time to have a plan B. This is an alert to Ham operators, shortwave and low-power FM broadcasts. Frequency and contact info needs to be made available where possible. If you have a web site and/or podcast, please make your ip address available in case of domain blockage. Any sensitive and/or peronal isnfo you wish to keep should be copied to local hardware. (get a min 2TB drive to backup everything). This is not a drill or 'the sky is falling'. Do not...
  • Steve Bannon states that Giuliani has whistleblowers from Dominion coming forward...

    11/11/2020 8:16:55 AM PST · by struggle · 150 replies
    WarRoom Podcast | 11/11/2020 | struggle
    This showed up on twitter so take it for what it's worth. Giuliani said on Steve Bannon's WarRoom podcast that whistleblowers from Dominion have come forward. If it's true, then the DNC is absolute chaos right now.
  • Russia knocking Turkish drones from Armenian skies

    10/26/2020 5:34:37 PM PDT · by RomanSoldier19 · 34 replies
    https://asiatimes.com ^ | OCTOBER 26, 2020 | By STEPHEN BRYEN
    Moscow has unleashed its 'Belladonna' drone killer system in Armenia to counter Azerbaijan's use of Turkish-made Bayraktar armed drones The electronic warfare system is known as “Belladonna”, a poisonous plant that gets its name from Renaissance women who used its extract for tinctures to dilate the pupils of their eyes, ostensibly to make them more attractive. While Belladonna translates to “beautiful woman” in English, in Russian it has a second meaning: it is the name of a Russian electronic jamming system now credited with knocking out at least nine Turkish Bayraktar armed drones used by Azerbaijan to target Armenia. If...
  • As murders soar in Chicago, judges are freeing more violent-crime suspects on electronic monitoring

    08/21/2020 10:54:00 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 19 replies
    Fox News ^ | August 21 2020 | Louis Casiano
    Judges in Chicago have increasingly ordered criminal defendants placed into an electronic-monitoring program in lieu of jail, a move police officials blame for the surge in gun violence plaguing the city. On Aug. 9, 43 people facing murder charges were enrolled in Cook County's electronic-monitoring program, a 40% increase from the same day last year. In addition, 160 people charged with robbery and 1,000 people charged with illegal gun possession are enrolled as of Aug. 9, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. The Chicago Police Department has cited the increase in program participants who would otherwise be granted high bail or remanded...
  • FR Hams...Shut In Net...

    03/20/2020 6:17:23 PM PDT · by abigkahuna · 25 replies
    vanity | 3.20.20 | abigkahuna
    Hello there fellow freepers! Thining about a net for us Kung Flu shut ins...Maybe 80m or 40m. Evenings might be best for all involved...what say anyone? N6TDG
  • MLB umpires agree to electronic strike zone testing and development for 'robot umps' in new union deal

    12/22/2019 4:47:19 AM PST · by Libloather · 49 replies
    See BS ^ | 12/21/19 | Katherine Acquavella
    The electronic strike zone, also commonly refereed to as "robot umpires," could make its way to Major League Baseball at some point during the next five seasons. The Major League Baseball Umpires Association agreed to cooperate with Major League Baseball in the development and testing of the electronic strike zone, Associated Press' Ben Walker and Ronald Blum report. **SNIP** Last month, Manfred said the automated strike zone will be used in some minor league ballparks during the 2020 season as MiLB works to improve the technology. Here's the short version of how the technology works: The home plate umpire will...
  • No more cash: Maryland explores changing tolls to electronic only

    04/14/2018 8:17:56 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 61 replies
    The Capital Gazette ^ | April 13, 2018 | Katherine Brzozowski
    The Maryland Transportation Authority is exploring phasing out all cash toll booths across the state. Today, tolls are collected three ways: by cash, or electronically, by either an E-ZPass transponder or by video tolling — when the state uses a license-plate photo and mails drivers their bill. Transportation officials say that the transition to all-electronic, high-speed toll collection will: save drivers time on their commute, save the state money, reduce accidents at toll plazas, and reduce CO2 emissions as less fuel is being burned, according to a national study by the University of Central Florida. Drivers in Maryland could start...
  • These countries have gone mostly cashless

    10/16/2017 12:42:39 AM PDT · by SaveFerris · 77 replies
    Yahoo! Finance ^ | Thu, Oct 12 2:59 PM CDT | Brittany Jones-Cooper
    They say that cash is king, but newer and more convenient payment methods are gunning for the crown. These days, more and more countries are adopting cashless payments, which includes credit card purchases, contactless payments, mobile banking apps and digital options like Apple Pay. To see which countries were adopting cashless the quickest, Forex, a global travel site, conducted a study comparing 20 of the world’s largest economies. In the report, Canada was singled out as the country most embracing cashless technology, which could be attributed to its population changing attitudes that began several years ago. A recent survey in...
  • Why Susan Rice’s Reported ‘Unmasking’ of Trump Officials Raises Very Serious Legal Concerns for Her

    04/04/2017 9:22:28 AM PDT · by Para-Ord.45 · 86 replies
    http://lawnewz.com ^ | April 03 2017 | by Robert Barnes
    The law imposes criminal sanctions on government officials who “engage in electronic surveillance under color of law except as authorized” by statutes and governing regulations implementing those statutes. This same criminal law makes a person “guilty of an offense” if she intentionally “discloses or uses information obtained under color of law by electronic surveillance, knowing or having reason to know that the information was obtained” in a manner “not authorized” by law. According to both FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Clapper, no warrant ever authorized the intercepts and electronic surveillance on a member of Trump’s team. Susan Rice, and...
  • U.K. follows U.S. with laptop ban on some flights from Mideast

    03/21/2017 11:51:57 AM PDT · by Enchante · 18 replies
    CNN.com ^ | March 21, 2017 | Charles Riley
    The United Kingdom has followed the United States in preventing passengers on flights from some countries in the Middle East and Africa from carrying devices such as laptops and tablets in the cabin. The restrictions affect 14 airlines, six of which are based in the U.K. As in the U.S., the ban covers any electronic devices larger than a typical smartphone.
  • David Bowie -Best of Bowie(2002) [FULL ALBUM] (disc 1)

    01/11/2016 5:04:15 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 3 replies
    YouTube ^ | 2002 | David Bowie
    1. Space Oddity 0:00 2. The Man Who Sold The World 5:14 3. Oh! You Pretty Things 9:09 4. Changes12:20 5. Life On Mars 16:09 6. Starman 19:53 7. Ziggy Stardust 24:09 8. Suffragette City 27:30 9. John, I'm Only Dancing30:57 10. The Jean Genie 33:39 11. Drive-in Saturday 37:45 12. Sorrow 42:20 13. Diamond Dogs 45:13 14. Rebel Rebel 51:21 15. Young Americans 55:55 16. Fame 1:01:11 17. Golden Years1:05:26 18. Tvc15 1:08:56 19. Wild Is The Wind 1:12:29 For those who can't view Disc 2 and are curious what songs are on it here 1. Sound And Vision...
  • Russia using electronic warfare to cloak its actions in Syria from Isis and Nato

    10/11/2015 7:46:33 AM PDT · by BigEdLB · 38 replies
    IBTimes ^ | 10/101/15 | Mary-Ann Russon
    Fed up of the West's indecisiveness on dealing with the ongoing situation in Syria, Russia is now providing direct military air support to Syria, and it is using electronic warfare to jam Islamic State's (IS) communications, as well as to prevent Nato from detecting what it is up to, according to an electronic warfare expert. Electronic warfare is the ability to manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum in order to sense where enemy targets are so that you can attack the enemy first, or to prevent the enemy from attacking you. Examples of things you can do with electronic warfare include communications...
  • The 'doomsday' weapon that could wipe out 90% of Americans

    10/05/2015 1:06:40 PM PDT · by Kartographer · 64 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 10/5/15 | Mark Prigg
    Controversial tech boss and presidential candidate John McAfee has warned a 'doomsday' electronic weapon could wipe out 90% of Americans and urged politicians to is the number one threat facing the country. McAfee, who recently announced he is running in 2016, wrote in a blog for Business Insider: 'Experts agree that an all out cyber attack, beginning with an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack on our electronic infrastructure, would wipe out 90% of the human population of this country within two years of the attack. 'That means the death of 270 million people within 24 months after the attack.' Read more:...
  • More than 300 Chicago jobs lost as TigerDirect shutters stores

    04/08/2015 8:09:34 AM PDT · by fulltlt · 12 replies
    Crain's Chicago Business ^ | 4/6/2015 | Crain's Chicago Business
    More than 300 Chicago-area jobs will be lost when electronics retailer TigerDirect closes all but three of its 34 stores, including four Chicago-area locations and a distribution center. About 40 employees at each location will be cut, a spokeswoman said. Stores in Orland Park, Hoffman Estates, Naperville and Vernon Hills are among those closing. According to the latest Illinois Warn report, layoffs will occur at the retail locations May 9. A distribution center adjacent to the Naperville store will also be shuttered, with 172 workers scheduled to be laid off June 8.
  • WiFi — An invisible but ubiquitous threat to the future of the species (2 Interesting Videos)

    07/11/2014 9:07:16 AM PDT · by PoloSec · 16 replies
    DC Clothesline ^ | July 11 2014 | Jim Fetzer
    Today I conducted one of the most disturbing radio interviews of my life as host of “The Real Deal”, with a British physicist and electronic warfare expert, Barrie Trower. By the time he had finished his service in the military, Barrie had acquired a great deal of expertise in the microwave field and he extended his research to common electronic systems, including cell phones, iPods, computer games and microwave ovens. He was appalled to discover that microwave radiation is ubiquitous and extremely hazardous, especially to pregnant women and young children. The risks are so great that the use of WiFi,...
  • Democrats Introduce Bill to ‘Protect Children’ From Electronic Cigarettes

    02/27/2014 8:04:02 AM PST · by Cheerio · 50 replies
    FreeBeacon ^ | February 26, 2014 | Elizabeth Harrington
    Senate Democrats introduced legislation on Wednesday that would ban marketing electronic cigarettes to teens. Despite their admission that the health implications of electronic cigarettes “are not yet clear,” Senators Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.), Dick Durbin (D., Ill.), Tom Harkin (D., Iowa), Richard Blumenthal (D., Conn.), and Edward Markey (D., Mass.) introduced the bill to “protect children” from the smoking simulators.
  • Electronic tracking: new constraint for Saudi women

    11/22/2012 12:53:30 PM PST · by Nachum · 11 replies
    France 24 ^ | 11/22/12 | AFP
    AFP - Denied the right to travel without consent from their male guardians and banned from driving, women in Saudi Arabia are now monitored by an electronic system that tracks any cross-border movements. Since last week, Saudi women's male guardians began receiving text messages on their phones informing them when women under their custody leave the country, even if they are travelling together. Manal al-Sherif, who became the symbol of a campaign launched last year urging Saudi women to defy a driving ban, began spreading the information on Twitter, after she was alerted by a couple.
  • Sweden moving towards cashless economy

    03/19/2012 2:47:16 PM PDT · by Mad Dawgg · 48 replies
    CBSNEWS.com/AP ^ | March 18, 2012 5:09 PM | AP
    (AP) STOCKHOLM - Sweden was the first European country to introduce bank notes in 1661. Now it's come farther than most on the path toward getting rid of them. "I can't see why we should be printing bank notes at all anymore," says Bjoern Ulvaeus, former member of 1970's pop group ABBA, and a vocal proponent for a world without cash. The contours of such a society are starting to take shape in this high-tech nation, frustrating those who prefer coins and bills over digital money. In most Swedish cities, public buses don't accept cash; tickets are prepaid or purchased...
  • Anyone Having Problems Seeing What's on The New LED/LCD Billboards Along Highways?

    12/04/2011 1:24:16 PM PST · by Dallas59 · 46 replies
    www.freerepublic.com ^ | 12/4/2011 | Me
    These new billboards have been popping up along 75 Central in Dallas, replacing the older "paper" billboards. They are bright but unreadable at times. Just asking.
  • Suspected looter and his mother are the first to be punished with eviction

    08/12/2011 7:37:01 PM PDT · by Niuhuru · 63 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 1:52 AM on 13th August 2011 | By Jack Doyle
    A suspected looter in this week’s riots and his mother are being thrown out of their council home. In the first case of its kind, Daniel Sartain-Clarke, 18, and his mother have been served with an eviction notice as council bosses seek to turf them out of their £225,000 taxpayer-subsidised flat. Sartain-Clarke is charged with violent disorder and attempting to steal electronic goods from the Currys store at Clapham Junction, South London, on Monday night.