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A Structural Reevaluation of the Collapse of the World Trade Center 7 PDF

Video presentation:
DnD Central / The Pentagon Bio-weapons
The Pentagon Bio-weapons

The US Army regularly produces deadly viruses, bacteria and toxins in direct violation of the UN Convention on the prohibition of Biological Weapons. Hundreds of thousands of unwitting people are systematically exposed to dangerous pathogens and other incurable diseases.  Bio warfare scientists using diplomatic cover test man-made viruses at Pentagon bio laboratories in 25 countries across the world. These US bio-laboratories are funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under a $ 2.1 billion military program- Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP), and are located in former Soviet Union countries such as Georgia and Ukraine, the Middle East, South East Asia and Africa.

US diplomats involved in trafficking of human blood and pathogens for secret military program

- Human blood and pathogens as diplomatic cargo to the US Embassy - leaked documents
- US scientists test viruses under diplomatic immunity
- International law is not applicable
- Drone for releasing of toxic mosquitoes
- Ethnic Bioweapons
- Georgians used as laboratory rabbits

The above article I did stumble over now is almost 1 year old. Nevertheless it was something new to me.
"Open Source" made by Google. :)
I've never used myself Chromium or other derivates based on Blink.
Anybody who can confirm, deny or tell more about the subject?
Toggle for cookies doesn't work. In private mode cookies are greyed out. I assume toggling cookies will apply for private mode too.
Toggle for proxy doesn't work either (manual proxy cfg / direct connection).
I assume both are work in progress since the items are greyed out in the F12 menu as well.

Also the buttons you can add to toolbars, seem to be work in progress.
Although not all buttons are functional (e.g. enableJavaScript, enableProxy) for now, I'm missing the toggle for cookies!? :)
You've Lost Privacy, Now They're Taking Anonymity

If you'll check the lenght of the video it might scare you. That's what happened to me at least.
I saved the link and opened it next day. I'm glad I did because it's an interesting presentation.

A nice discussion on DSLR.

Reading the Chromium dev's (presumably) response pretty much makes it clear they are injecting a closed-source blob into what is allegedly an open-source app (Chromium, that is. Chrome is not open source), regardless of user permission.

This would seem to violate even the loosest interpretation of open source principles and moreover, user trust.

Chromium is now spyware. If I were in charge of a malware-removal app I'd add it to the list.

Of more concern is this: does this treachery extend to the Blink engine used by many other browsers? This could seriously hurt the nascent Vivaldi project.

So far about the most 'successful' open source browser project of our days, called Chromium and its jewel Chrome.

Hail! One browser to rule them all!

Mod edit: Please don't use all caps in thread titles. See rule #7.
DnD Central / What's Going on in Africa
The war on terror aka the war for Afrika's resources

An interesting documentary about the old and the new master of Africa: "La guerre de l'ombre au Sahara".
Gives also an insight why Muammar Gaddafi had to share his faith with that of Saddam Hussein.

- in French
- in German

Sorry, I didn't found it in English language. Maybe you are more lucky.
At least some of you can cope with French or German.
UPDATE 2-Russian researchers expose breakthrough U.S. spying program

The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers, giving the agency the means to eavesdrop on the majority of the world's computers, according to cyber researchers and former operatives.

Raiu said the authors of the spying programs must have had access to the proprietary source code that directs the actions of the hard drives.
"There is zero chance that someone could rewrite the [hard drive] operating system using public information," Raiu said.

Western Digital, Seagate and Micron said they had no knowledge of these spying programs. Toshiba and Samsung declined to comment. IBM did not respond to requests for comment.

Take care, your hardware is watching you. :)
K-Meleon has risen from the dead. After years of deep sleep a new version :)

K-Meleon is a Gecko based open source browser which uses MacroLanguage instead of XUL. Among Gecko based browsers it is the most lightweight.
The current version is based on Firefox 24 ESR. The main drawback, it is not multiplatform. Minimum requirement is Win XP SP2.

Some of K-Meleon's features:
It comes with a privacy bar (has to be activated) where you can turn on/off cookies, scripting, images on the fly, block popups, applets, flash or clear cookies, history, cache.
Toolbars and buttons can be activated or deactivated. Items on toolbars can be selected or deselected manually by editing the toolbars configuration file.
It comes with a very long list of search engines wherefrom you can choose. You can also add (or delete) other search engines of your like.
It also comes with mouse gestures (you will have to enable them) which you can costumize.
You can set up several proxies and switch between them.
The macro for switching UserAgents is not implemented yet in the new version. However it is easy to add. You can add more UserAgents and switch between them on the fly. The UserAgent will be masked not only hidden (will work with scripting turned on as well).

In case somebody wants to test the browser or simply prefers portable, there is a portable package too.

Last but not least, they have a forum where people are friendly and willing to help.
English is the main language of the forum but you can also ask in German, Spanish or Russian. Basically you can ask in any language granted it is a user online who speaks that language and can help :)
Since today my customized Google search with Opera is very slow (10 sec +). Usually search results got fetched within 1 sec.
This is the search string I'm using for a long time and which worked fine till today:
Code: [Select]

No problems with Firefox and my customized Google search.

Does anybody else have this issue? Any suggestions ???
Conspiracy theories, three letter agencies and backdoors

Easter egg: DSL router patch merely hides backdoor instead of closing it
Researcher finds secret "knock" opens admin for some Linksys, Netgear routers.