Globalists take humanity's greatest developments and use them against us
By: The Alex Jones Show - MARCH 16, 2016
The New World Order is going operational on all fronts as we speak and they don’t want you to know how advanced they truly are.
Site transferred data to Facebook through the 'Like' button, regardless of whether they even used it or not
By: Doug Bolton | Independent - MARCH 10, 2016
A German court has ruled that a shopping site’s use of theFacebook ‘Like’ button was not legal, since users were not properly warned that their personal data was being shared with the social network.
The Düsseldorf district court said that the Fashion ID clothing website, run by retailer Peek & Cloppenburg (P&C), failed to get the right approval from users before transferring some of their browsing data to Facebook.
The case was brought by the North Rhine-Westphalia Consumer Association, who claimed the site transferred data to Facebook through the ‘Like’ button, regardless of whether they even used it or not.
The court said that the practice violated Germany’stough data protection laws, and the retailer could have to pay a penalty of up to €250,000 (£192,000), according to Reuters.
Now, P&C and other retailers will have to explicitly warn users that liking their pages on Facebook from their sites will allow the social network to log some of their data.
Woman was charged with obstructing an officer after standing between state trooper and dog he wanted to kill
By: Jacob Sullum | Reason - MARCH 9, 2016
Last week a West Virginia woman who stood between her dog and a state trooper intent on killing him was acquitted of obstructing an officer by a jury in Wood County. It took jurors just half an hour to acquit 23-year-old Tiffanie Hupp after they watched the video of the incident that Hupp’s husband, Ryan, shot with his cellphone.
Trooper Seth Cook came to the Hupps’ house on May 9, 2015, in response to a dispute between a neighbor and Ryan’s stepfather. There Cook encountered Buddy, a Labrador-husky mix who was chained outside the house. The dog, whom Hupp describes as “a big baby,” ran toward Cook, barking, and Cook backed up. Even though the dog had reached the end of his chain and Cook was not in any danger, he drew his pistol. “I immediately thought, ‘I don’t want him to get shot,'” Hupp, who was in the yard with her 3-year-old son, told the Charleston Gazette-Mail. The video shows her stepping in front of Cook, at which point he grabs her, throws her to the ground, picks her up, leans her against his cruiser, and handcuffs her.
“The officer alleged in the complaint that she raised her arm,” Hupp’s lawyer, David Schles, told the Gazette-Mail, “but we did stop-frame [of the video] for the jury, and it showed she was stationary, her arms at her side….All she said was ‘Don’t do that,’ and [Cook] grabbed her by the bicep and spun her around, and she ends up falling down.”
“It is only a matter of the ‘when,’ not the ‘if’ we’re going to see a nation-state, group or actor engage in destructive behavior..."
By: Bill Gertz | Washington Times - MARCH 10, 2016
The commander of the U.S. Cyber Command warned last week that he expects a major cyberattack on critical infrastructure in the United States in the future.
“It is only a matter of the ‘when,’ not the ‘if’ we’re going to see a nation-state, group or actor engage in destructive behavior against critical infrastructure in the United States,” Adm. Mike Rogers, Cyber Command chief and director of the National Security Agency, warned in a speech March 2.
Adm. Rogers’ comments, made during a security conference in San Francisco, came seven weeks after a sophisticated cyberattack on the Ukrainian electrical power grid that disrupted large segments of the country’s power network.