Thursday, January 12, 2012

Time 2 Escape WIFLI for Thursday, Jan 12, 2012

The blog titles will no longer be saying "Time 2 Escape Daily" until further notice. For now, I'll be naming these posts, "Time to Escape WIFLI..." (WIFLI: When I Feel Like It!). Just wanted to let you know ahead of time that there may be some time gaps on this blog in the next month, and some of them could be lengthy. I just hope that you will check back here often to see if there is anything new. If not, please feel free to browse through previous posts. And if I am out of commission for awhile, which I probably will be, please be patient (while I'm a patient). I'll be itching to get back to work here if there is more than a few days away! I'll be climbing the walls!

I only put up one story today due to the lack of time. I had to actually do some snow removal today! The one story is good enough, just to put together one more piece of the puzzle; laws have been enacted over the last few months that could effectively be used against the people of the United States if needed by the current or future administrations. Some of the laws seem to be even more foreboding than many of the executive orders over the last 10 years. Forget the terrorists. It is almost as if We the People are getting closer to being the new enemy of the State.

Does that work for you? It doesn't for me. I'm just sayin'...

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The News Stories:

Obama targets Facebook, Twitter, Drudge
DHS collecting data, including 'personally identifiable information'
From WND ~ By Bob Unruh ~ Posted January 11, 2012

Documents have been uncovered revealing the Department of Homeland Security, run by Janet Napolitano under Barack Obama’s direction, is monitoring dozens of popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter, the Drudge Report, the Middle East Media Research Institute, and Jihad Watch, and is collecting “personally identifiable information.”

The documents first were uncovered by Reuters, and have been confirmed as genuine by Washington officials.

A document dated Nov. 15, 2011, and titled “Privacy Compliance Review of the NOC Media Monitoring Initiative” explained the program.

The government, the document said, “monitored publicly available online forums, blogs, public websites, and message boards to collect information used in providing situational awareness and establishing a common operating picture.”

Included in the information collected, the document confirmed, were “limited instances of personally identifiable information.” The data is used by the DHS and other agencies including the U.S. Secret Service and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. READ MORE

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