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Conformed Settlement No More. Justice Will Return.

Everybody runs into a settlement need somewhere in life. Settlement need means there is NEED like medical or some form of rehabilitation. It is the end of the courtroom and Judge. 143 palabras más


When The Terrorists Win

Terrorism, unfortunately, is nothing new. Read history. Even so-called “fanatical religious terrorism” is nothing new. Read history. More heads were lopped off during the Spanish conquest of the New World by conquistadores and the Spanish Inquisition than have ever been lopped off by ISIS. 590 palabras más


The Drone Wars

The word “drone” is now an ubiquitous term for unmanned aerial systems that carry a camera payload. These drones could be in the form of a tri-copter, quad-copter (most common), or any other aircraft type that is remotely piloted, but is separated by other r/c aircraft because they carry a camera on-board that provides live feed to the pilot. 460 palabras más


Computers Read Feelings

As if it wasn’t spooky enough watching a web site display an ad based on a search you did on another web site. And, as it is wasn’t spooky enough knowing that government surveillance could be surveying you through your keystrokes and camera. 108 palabras más


Patient Privacy and the Body Camera Concern

Today’s mobile recording devices allow individuals to easily capture private moments and then immediately share them with family and friends. Scroll through any social media platform and you’re likely to find several postings of friends, family, and coworkers posing for hospital setting photos ranging from “newborn baby” and “get well soon” to “send us your prayers” and “we’re over the moon.”  753 palabras más

Spencer Coursen

A Reasonable Expectation of Stupid

My wife and I recently started an aerial video production company. We fly small unmanned aerial vehicles (sUAV’s), more commonly referred to as “drones”, and we specialize in covering a myriad of events that take place on the water. 1.041 palabras más


Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters

Glenn Greenwald was one of the first reporters to see — and write about — the Edward Snowden files, with their revelations about the United States’ extensive surveillance of private citizens. 40 palabras más