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Sunday, February 19, 2006

LAND: The week in review Feb.13-19
Source: Liberty Activist News Digest

In bad news this week ... the idiot Houston Police Chief wants surveillance cameras in private homes, the US terror suspect list rises to 325,000, More worries about Google Desktop 3, China defends "right to police" Net, Feingold drops effort to block Patriot Act, Brits lose Round one to Blair on ID cards, RFID chips are implanted in 'volunteers' at a surveillance equipment company, and activist writers receive death threats. On the bright side, protests against Google for its China stance (in particular, the censoring of information related to Tibet to placate China), activists fast against the Iraq War, and activists protest the use of radio frequency identification tags at a California library 'gala'. On the 'monkey wrenching' front, we learn 'How to kill RFID tags with a cell phone'. Commentaries this week on privacy, Cory Maye, the First Amendment, the war in Iraq, the upcoming war in Iran, medical marijuana, and my personal favorite, the unsung hero of the civil rights movement, Robert F. Williams ('Negroes with Guns').

Til next week

For Freedom

Mary lou

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