Saturday, July 23, 2016
Friday, July 22, 2016
Some links that are updating...
"IF" this is the usual suspects then Merkel has blood on her hands.
Also.. I'm surprised that there are any guns in Germany at all?
Gun legislation in Germany is considered among the strictest gun control in the world.
How many more?
Some are pouring gasoline onto the burning embers of the discord in this country.
They are also throwing matches and hoping to ignite something that they think they
We are getting to the point of ignition and one good "wind storm" will turn the fire that is smoldering beneath the surface into a raging fire storm and it won't be pretty.
The left plans to continue to throw their matches either way:
If Trump wins... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/
If the Cunt is put in... http://www.breitbart.com/big-
Expect more of this in coming weeks: http://www.breitbart.com/big-
h/t to Leigh
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
sent in by Leigh:
How much data is being stored by the Pokemon GO app?
Google first started publishing its data request transparency report in 2009. Since then, the data requests it has received from governments around the world has continued to rise every year. Google saw the government data requests climb once again in the second half of 2015, with 40,677 data requests for 81,311 different user accounts.
That’s a 15 percent increase compared to the first half of the year (35,365 data requests), and a 30 percent increase compared to the second half of 2014 (30,140). Google doesn’t break down the requests into categories, so it can include everything from a local police request to a secret intelligence agency request (which Google may still be allowed to add in aggregate to its transparency report).
Microsoft has already complained, in a recent lawsuit against the U.S. government, that almost half of the data requests it receives are secret orders followed by a gag order, which is often in effect for an indefinite amount of time.
There’s no reason to believe that Google, as well as other companies that offer email and cloud storage services, wouldn’t see similar types of requests. However, Google seems to be handing over the data only if it’s appropriate under the law, is signed by an authorized official, and after careful analysis of the request to determine if it’s too broad.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Neil over at GOLDENGEESENEWS is wondering.
You can click the link above for info as to why.
Notice the horse drawn carriage bottom left in the image.
Possible late 1800s' in the Southwest?
(looks like wind river ranger found it)
Follow the link below.