In response to many torrent sites being blocked by ISPs in the UK, dozens of proxies sprang up to ensure that users could still enjoy access. However, ISPs responded to rights-holder requests by blocking proxy sites too. Now a new service has appeared that not only unblocks torrent sites, but also unblocks proxies. It’s called Immunicity – and it’ll crack Cameron’s porn filter too.
The Israeli "False Flag" attacks of 9-11 provided the "marketability"
of a plan to compromise the entire USA Communications Infrastructure
under the "Battle Flag" of fighting the "War on Terror".
By exploiting the "holes" deliberately put in place by the CALEA
requirements (Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act) that
were sold to us as being necessary to fight the "WAR ON DRUGS", our
Telecommunications Infrastructure was outfitted with a series of "back
doors" . . .
. .. that not only allowed the NSA to capture, compile, and profile every single communication it wanted . ..
Sometimes termed "the invisible poor" by demographers, lower-income whites are generally dispersed in suburbs as well as small rural towns, where more than 60 percent of the poor are white. Concentrated in Appalachia in the East, they are also numerous in the industrial Midwest and spread across America's heartland, from Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma up through the Great Plains.
More than 19 million whites fall below the poverty line of $23,021 for a family of four, accounting for more than 41 percent of the nation's destitute, nearly double the number of poor blacks.
Still, while census figures provide an official measure of poverty, they're only a temporary snapshot. The numbers don't capture the makeup of those who cycle in and out of poverty at different points in their lives. They may be suburbanites, for example, or the working poor or the laid off.
Huffington Post reporter Matt Sledge characterized the feeling in the media room: "I've covered civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts (including a terrorism trial),
and the Manning court martial for eight months, and I haven't run into
an atmosphere quite as tense as today." Late in the day, New York Times
reporter Charlie Savage tweeted
that one of the armed military policemen who had swept the reporters
multiple times for cell phones and aircards—because they're banned—was
on his iPhone.
Of course, the press has already had to deal with restrictive
conditions and absurd government secrecy rules throughout the pre-trial
and trial proceedings that has made it difficult to report, and more
importantly, has stifled the public's access to the trial. Bu this marks
a new level. ***Read article at FREEDOM OF THE PRESS FOUNDATION***