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Demand DNC Allow FBI to Examine Hacked Servers

So you thought this was all taken care of months ago? Guess again, nope. The DNC STILL hasn’t turned the “Hacked Servers” over to the FBI. This is a criminal case regarding voting in the USA during the 2016 Presidential Election. The claim by the DNC and Hillary Clinton is that Vladimir Putin and the Russian Government hacked into the US elections in order to  change the outcome. Specifically, the DNC is saying the Russian Government hacked into the computers of the DNC and made you, the voter, vote for Trump. As ridiculous as that might sound this is their claim, kinda, sorta, at least this is the claim they want you to think. Yet, they have not turned over one computer or server requested by the FBI while they continue to make you think this claim.

So, is there any there there? What I have posted below is a time line of the events, perspectives from both the left and right and a link to a petition demanding the DNC turn those servers over to the FBI, along with a few side notes that are relevant, for what reason, that isn’t clear just yet, but worth noting.

Journalist H. A. Goodman over at Counter Propa started this petition demanding that the DNC hand these computers and servers  over to the FBI.

Demand DNC Allow FBI to Examine Allegedly Hacked Servers, Now!
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Guccifer 2.0 Messages .

Murdered DNC Staffer Seth Rich Was Guccifer 2.0’s LEAKER
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WIKILEAKS: SETH RICH GUCCIFER 2.0 LINK VALIDATED BY WIKILEAKS. Vice Interview Alludes to Robin Young

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H.A. Goodman Viral Petition for FBI to Examine DNC Servers

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FBI: DNC rebuffed request to examine computer servers
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DNC Refuses to Let FBI Analyze Hacked Servers. Denies Multiple FBI Requests
DNC Refuses to Let FBI Analyze Hacked Servers. Denies Multiple FBI Requests

“It’s The Lie That Get’s Ya” -Richard Nixon
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The Hill
Comey: DNC denied FBI’s requests for access to hacked servers
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01/10/17
Congressional Testimony – Clip
James Comey Director of FBI admitted DNC denied access to the so called Hacked Server
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Jimmy Dore Show (Excellent btw)
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03/21/17
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URGENT: I’m probably fired and I have the biggest story in the world right now.
What the heck is happing over at Breitbart?!
Man’s just trying to do his job.
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Stranahan leaves Breitbart

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Stranahan’s web site
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3/22/17
HOLD ON! WHY is Brietbart holding back on what is clearly the most important story this year? Are they hiding something for Trump or are they waiting for a particular news cycle? What is really going on here?

Of course you can’t even get the attention of the democrats on this issue, (fyi, ignore really works, here’s proof!), the lie is so blatant it makes you wonder what’s left of the lil d democrats, are they stupid, zombies or just brainwashed? I know I shouldn’t be surprised, but it’s appalling how low the Democratic Party and the people who support it have fallen – it’s nothing like it ever was, from FDR on up. It reminds me of a pretty good product that’s been bought by a very large corporation and shelved to stifle any competition. In this case the DNC was ‘pretty good brand’ and the Wall St Banks now own it.

The current battle in the GOP is between the Tea Party Libertarians and the Neocons. This is a far more delicate situation because the GOP, currently has most of the power. This is a bit similar to what Obama was up against when he first took office – a split DNC majority in Congress. It seems the Trump GOP is facing something similar to the Obama DNC. Regardless, like Obama Trump understands the power of the Bankers and it looks like he’s going to succumb.Notice, this hasn’t changed since Reagan, you can look it up wiki.

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Exposing the farcical claims about Russian hacking of the election
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Before dismantling what is currently happening regarding any investigation (what investigation?) there are two points that need to be made BEFORE we can move forward.
1. The released DNC and the Clinton e-mails by wikileaks (1 & 2 ) proved they conspired together to cheat Sen. Bernie Sanders, his election team and supporters out of the presidency.
2. Question: What country in the world has the most influence on US elections? Hint: it ain’t Russia.
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sign the petition, spread the word and watch for updates.

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SIDE NOTES:
WAPO – $600K and the CIA
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Obama Strikes Back at Russia for Election Hacking
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Kremlin spokesman: Russian ambassador met with advisers to Clinton campaign too
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Somebody’s lying – Big Time!
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5 congressional staffers in criminal probe over unauthorized computer access
this just get’s better, don’t it?
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Family of murdered DNC staffer raising money to investigate unsolved crime
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Devin Nunes Confirms WIRETAP
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WikiLeaks Reveals “Marble”: Proof CIA Disguises Their Hacks As Russian, Chinese, Arabic…

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A Cyber-Gulf of Tonkin

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History:
CIA admits role in 1953 Iranian coup

When presidents lie to make a war

Lie by Lie: A Timeline of How We Got Into Iraq

Fake News and War Party Lies

The lie that started the First World War

War Is A Racket
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QUARK!

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The People’s Money

A new (4 months) crypto currency just hit a high mark – it’s called QUARK (QRK)

What a perfect internet name for a crypto-currency.

I encourage all hard working people, especially artists, to take hold of this new digital coin and start trading your work using Quark!

What Exactly is a Quark?
There are actually six types of quarks  known as flavors: up, down, strange, charm, bottom and top. There are 6 algorithms that hash in this particular charm!

side note: to buy QUARK outright you have to purchase it with bitcoin – for now.

Here’s a bit of the background on this new coin.
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The NEAR Future – WEB 2.51

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Copyright laws threaten our online freedom

If you search for Elvis Presley in Wikipedia, you will find a lot of text and a few pictures that have been cleared for distribution. But you will find no music and no film clips, due to copyright restrictions. What we think of as our common cultural heritage is not “ours” at all.

On MySpace and YouTube, creative people post audio and video remixes for others to enjoy, until they are replaced by take-down notices handed out by big film and record companies. Technology opens up possibilities; copyright law shuts them down.

This was never the intent. Copyright was meant to encourage culture, not restrict it.This is reason enough for reform. But the current regime has even more damaging effects. In order to uphold copyright laws, governments are beginning to restrict our right to communicate with each other in private, without being monitored.

File-sharing occurs whenever one individual sends a file to another. The only way to even try to limit this process is to monitor all communication between ordinary people. Despite the crackdown on Napster, Kazaa and other peer-to-peer services over the past decade, the volume of file-sharing has grown exponentially. Even if the authorities closed down all other possibilities, people could still send copyrighted files as attachments to e-mails or through private networks. If people start doing that, should we give the government the right to monitor all mail and all encrypted networks? Whenever there are ways of communicating in private, they will be used to share copyrighted material. If you want to stop people doing this, you must remove the right to communicate in private. There is no other option. Society has to make a choice.

The world is at a crossroads. The internet and new information technologies are so powerful that no matter what we do, society will change. But the direction has not been decided.

The technology could be used to create a Big Brother society beyond our nightmares, where governments and corporations monitor every detail of our lives. In the former East Germany, the government needed tens of thousands of employees to keep track of the citizens using typewriters, pencils and index cards. Today a computer can do the same thing a million times faster, at the push of a button. There are many politicians who want to push that button.

The same technology could instead be used to create a society that embraces spontaneity, collaboration and diversity. Where the citizens are no longer passive consumers being fed information and culture through one-way media, but are instead active participants collaborating on a journey into the future.

The internet it still in its infancy, but already we see fantastic things appearing as if by magic. Take Linux, the free computer operating system, or Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Witness the participatory culture of MySpace and YouTube, or the growth of the Pirate Bay, which makes the world’s culture easily available to anybody with an internet connection. But where technology opens up new possibilities, our intellectual property laws do their best to restrict them. Linux is held back by patents, the rest of the examples by copyright.

The public increasingly recognizes the need for reform. That was why Piratpartiet – the Pirate party – won 7.1 per cent of the popular vote in Sweden in the European Union elections. This gave us a seat in the European parliament for the first time.

Our manifesto is to reform copyright laws and gradually abolish the patent system. We oppose mass surveillance and censorship on the net, as in the rest of society. We want to make the EU more democratic and transparent. This is our entire platform.

We intend to devote all our time and energy to protecting the fundamental civil liberties on the net and elsewhere. Seven per cent of Swedish voters agreed with us that it makes sense to put other political differences aside in order to ensure this.

Political decisions taken over the next five years are likely to set the course we take into the information society, and will affect the lives of millions for many years into the future. Will we let our fears lead us towards a dystopian Big Brother state, or will we have the courage and wisdom to choose an exciting future in a free and open society?

The information revolution is happening here and now. It is up to us to decide what future we want.

By Christian Engström

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Statute of Anne
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Staking Claim to Your DNA
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“The intellectual property comes from the public domain, it should by law re-enter the public domain in a reasonable time.  Thomas Jefferson thought during the founding of America and the Constitution 14 years- not lifetime plus 75 years! That’s perpetual copyright that’s giving society a collective lobotomy and these guys are copyright cartel who are destroying the economy” – Max Keiser
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IBM Bids On SUN MS

International Business Machines Corp.’s (IBM) reported bid to acquire Sun Microsystems Inc. (JAVA) signals an emerging war between technology titans.

The IBM move follows Cisco Systems Inc.’s (CSCO) splashy entry into the market for data centers and servers. A battle between IBM, Cisco and Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) may lead to an arms race as the companies look to use cash hoards to bulk up through acquisitions. With share prices battered by a deteriorating stock market, a lot of bargains are available.

“The smart companies and the ones that look beyond the current slowdown and want to position themselves as the market leader – you’ll see them be very aggressive,” said Trip Chowdhry, analyst at Global Equity Research.

Acquisitions can shore up one’s position, as Sun would do for IBM, or provide a new capability, as Nuova Systems did for Cisco in the server business.

In attacking the $85 billion data-center market, Cisco has $4.2 billion in cash and $24.6 billion in fixed-income securities, Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) has more than $11 billion, and Dell Inc. (DELL) has more than $9 billion in cash and short-term investments.

Given the size of the market, analysts say room exists for all four companies, although smaller players will likely feel the squeeze once Cisco starts to expand. Of the four, Dell may be hurt the worst by Cisco’s entry and IBM’s move to take out Sun.

IBM’s reported $8 billion deal to buy Sun Micro would allow the Armonk, N.Y., company to further integrate hardware and software, and glue them together with its consulting and services expertise.

H-P, meanwhile, also has expanded beyond simple hardware and, through last year’s $13.25 billion purchase of Electronic Data Systems, is looking at consulting and outsourcing as part of its service. Cisco brings a more closed system than the others, but adds networking expertise and a simpler, more integrated approach.

Jean Bozman, an analyst for IDC, said the Sun deal positions IBM for the expected consolidation in the server market. She said IBM is aware of Cisco’s ability to reshape a market it enters. IBM is the largest server vendor, with a market share above 31%, according to IDC.

IBM shares fell 1.3% to $91.72, H-P shares dropped 3% to $28.85, and Cisco shares added 2.4% to $16.51. Sun Micro shares surged 82% to $9.04.

Possible Deals

Despite the sheer amount of cash on hand, industry observers only see a few major acquisitions, with a majority of deals in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Chowdhry said he expects the number of tech companies to fall by 40% to 60% as a result of consolidation and bankruptcy.

Beyond Sun, Red Hat Inc. (RHT) and Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (SAY) are prime candidates for takeover, Chowdhry said. Red Hat offers the kind of software Cisco and H-P need, while Satyam provides IT services. Neither company was available for comment.

If H-P wants to stay competitive, it should pick up IT services provider BMC Software Inc. (BMC), he said. H-P, however, is still working through its EDS buy.

BMC shares rose 1.5% to $30.21. Shares of Red Hat rose less than 1% to $15.65, while Satyam shares added 5% to $1.66.

For H-P, Blade Network Technologies Inc. and Arista Networks Inc.are two of many start-ups that could get bought in the coming months. Both companies make switches that go on top of so-called blade servers – a necessary component to keeping up with Cisco’s integrated system.

Blade CEO Vikram Mehta said he believes the proprietary approach Cisco is taking won’t fly with budget-conscious IT managers. Arista couldn’t be reached for comment.

Cisco, meanwhile, could pick up an EMC to augment its data center business. The companies are working together with Cisco’s new server initiative. NetApp Inc. (NTAP) is another data storage expert that has been named as a potential candidate.

EMC shares gained 2.4% to $11.24, while NetApp jumped 7% to $15.87.

“This is a great market to be a buyer of anything,” said Carl Howe, an analyst for research firm Yankee Group.

Dell could look for acquisitions, but given its stock, the company or its server division could potentially be a candidate for acquisition. Dell shares gained 2.5% to $9.57.

Dell declined to comment on rumor and speculation.

H-P questioned IBM’s deal with Sun, saying there is a lot of product overlap. Also, the company isn’t sure that the high price tag willpressure it to do anything, according to someone familiar with the questions H-P executives have about the deal.

Cisco was more open to the deal.

“Given the challenging macroeconomic environment and rapid innovation in the technology market, we see consolidation in the industry as inevitable,” said spokesman Terry Alberstein.

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Humans Living With Artificial Life

cylonArtificial life could be created within five years

Artificial life could be created “within five years”, researchers from the USA have claimed.

Laboratories across the world are closing in on a “second genesis” – an achievement that would be one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs of all time.

Prof David Deamer, from California University, said although building a new lifeform from scratch is a daunting task he is confident it can happen in five to 10 years.

He said: “The momentum is building – we’re knocking at the door.”

A synthetic, made-to-order living system could produce everything from new drugs to biofuels and greenhouse gas absorbers.

Opponents of the controversial research claim the technology could lead to machines becoming “almost human”.

But there would be no safety issues for a long time as any initial organisms would be very primitive and need large-scale life support in the lab, reports New Scientist.

The finishing line could be in sight after geneticists Professor George Church and Dr Michael Jewett, of Harvard Medical School, told a synthetic biology conference in Hong Kong that they had synthetically created part of a cell, called a ribosome.

The breakthrough offers hope that they could create an entire cell; something Prof Church believes would be a relatively minor challenge.

He said: “There’s nothing you’d expect to go wrong – the way we expected things to go wrong with the assembly.”

However, according to Dr Anthony Forster, of Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, who is also creating a synthetic living cell in a test tube with Prof Church, “until you actually try this you won’t know”.

“Having said that we know cells can do it so we should be able to do it sooner or later.”

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Australia to implement mandatory internet censorship

AUSTRALIA will join China in implementing mandatory censoring of the internet under plans put forward by the Federal Government.

The revelations emerge as US tech giants Google, Microsoft and Yahoo, and a coalition of human rights and other groups unveiled a code of conduct aimed at safeguarding online freedom of speech and privacy.

The government has declared it will not let internet users opt out of the proposed national internet filter.

The plan was first created as a way to combat child pronography and adult content, but could be extended to include controversial websites on euthanasia or anorexia.

Communications minister Stephen Conroy revealed the mandatory censorship to the Senate estimates committee as the Global Network Initiative, bringing together leading companies, human rights organisations, academics and investors, committed the technology firms to “protect the freedom of expression and privacy rights of their users”.

Mr Conroy said trials were yet to be carried out, but “we are talking about mandatory blocking, where possible, of illegal material.”

The net nanny proposal was originally going to allow Australians who wanted uncensored access to the web the option of contacting their internet service provider to be excluded from the service.

Human Rights Watch has condemned internet censorship, and argued to the US Senate “there is a real danger of a Virtual Curtain dividing the internet, much as the Iron Curtain did during the Cold War, because some governments fear the potential of the internet, (and) want to control it”

Groups including the System Administrators Guild of Australia and Electronic Frontiers Australia have attacked the proposal, saying it would unfairly restrict Australians’ access to the web, slow internet speeds and raise the price of internet access.

EFA board member Colin Jacobs said it would have little effect on illegal internet content, including child pornography, as it would not cover file-sharing networks.

“If the Government would actually come out and say we’re only targeting child pornography it would be a different debate,” he said.

The technology companies’ move, which follows criticism that the companies were assisting censorship of the internet in nations such as China, requires them to narrowly interpret government requests for information or censorship and to fight to minimise cooperation.

The initiative provides a systematic approach to “work together in resisting efforts by governments that seek to enlist companies in acts of censorship and surveillance that violate international standards”, the participants said.

In a statement, Yahoo co-founder and chief executive Jerry Yang welcomed the new code of conduct.

“These principles provide a valuable roadmap for companies like Yahoo operating in markets where freedom of expression and privacy are unfairly restricted,” he said.

“Yahoo was founded on the belief that promoting access to information can enrich people’s lives, and the principles we unveil today reflect our determination that our actions match our values around the world.”

Yahoo was thrust into the forefront of the online rights issue after the Californian company helped Chinese police identify cyber dissidents whose supposed crime was expressing their views online.

China exercises strict control over the internet, blocking sites linked to Chinese dissidents, the outlawed Falun Gong spiritual movement, the Tibetan government-in-exile and those with information on the 1989 Tiananmen massacre.

A number of US companies, including Microsoft, Cisco, Google and Yahoo, have been hauled before the US Congress in recent years and accused of complicity in building the “Great Firewall of China”.

The Australian Christian Lobby, however, has welcomed the proposals.

Managing director Jim Wallace said the measures were needed.

“The need to prevent access to illegal hard-core material and child pornography must be placed above the industry’s desire for unfettered access,” Mr Wallace said.

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what happen to parental responsibility?

kids should not be on computers, they should be outside playing and when inside reading books!

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