Archives for February 14, 2015

Federal Election Commission to Consider Regulating Online Political Speech

The Fed­er­al Elec­tion Com­mis­sion (FEC) is hold­ing a hear­ing today to receive pub­lic feed­back on whether it should cre­ate new rules reg­u­lat­ing polit­i­cal speech, includ­ing polit­i­cal speech on the Inter­net that one com­mis­sion­er warned could affect blogs, YouTube videos and even web­sites like the Drudge Report.

Obama Unveils His Executive Order To Share Your Confidential Information With Corporations: Live Webcast

As report­ed ear­li­er, today Oba­ma will unleash his lat­est exec­u­tive order, one which will set the stage for “infor­ma­tion shar­ing and analy­sis orga­ni­za­tions” (ISAOs) — or, in polit­i­cal jar­gon “hubs where com­pa­nies share cyber threat data with each oth­er and with the Depart­ment of Home­land Secu­ri­ty.”  In reg­u­lar par­lance, what Oba­ma will do is mere­ly […]

Utility Commissioner’s Emails Reveal Smart Meter Conspiracy

FAT CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG: Evi­dence has now been made pub­lic of ille­gal actions and col­lu­sion between for­mer Cal­i­for­nia Pub­lic Util­i­ties Com­mis­sion pres­i­dent Michael Peev­ey and util­i­ty PG&E, as crim­i­nal inves­ti­ga­tions con­tin­ue. As part of a fed­er­al and state inves­ti­ga­tion into what appears to be sys­temic cor­rup­tion involv­ing for­mer senior exec­u­tives at PG&E […]