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9 Tips For Keeping Your Internet Use Private

9 Tips For Keeping Your Internet Use Private | New World Disorder | Scoop.it

Many people are concerned about online privacy. And, conversely, many more are not, freely sharing any and everything on their favorite social networks, paying little attention to their mobile app settings, and happily letting Google track each keyword that they search.

It’s easy to get paranoid about all this stuff, but it does pay to be a little careful when using the internet, particularly when it comes to your personal safety. And while Twitter holds pride of place as one of the safest social networks, by taking the time to educate yourself on the security and privacy settings within your profile, being mindful of which third-party apps you allow access to your account and ensuring that you aren’t making it easy for burglars by constantly telling the world when you’re not at home, you can rest assured that you’re doing everything you can to keep your presence safe on Twitter.

 

This infographic proposes 9 tips for keeping your internet usage private.


Via Lauren Moss
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9 Tips for Keeping Internet Use Private.

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I'm confused, can anyone help me?

I'm confused, can anyone help me? | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
I'm confused. A few weeks ago we were told in the West that people occupying government buildings in Ukraine was a very good thing. These people, we were told by our political leaders and elite media commentators, were 'pro-democracy protestors'.
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This opinion piece nicely illuminates the "West's" hypocritical mendacity towards Russia re: the Ukraine and beyond.

 

"We were also told by very serious-looking Western politicians and media 'experts' that the Crimea referendum wasn't valid because it was held under “military occupation.” But I've just been watching coverage of elections in Afghanistan, held under military occupation, which have been hailed by leading western figures, such as NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen as a “historic moment for Afghanistan” and a great success for “democracy.” Why is the Crimean vote dismissed, but the Afghanistan vote celebrated? I'm confused. Can anyone help me?"

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Washington Is Humanity’s Worst Enemy -- Paul Craig Roberts - PaulCraigRoberts.org

Washington Is Humanity’s Worst Enemy -- Paul Craig Roberts - PaulCraigRoberts.org | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
Washington Is Humanity’s Worst Enemy Paul Craig Roberts How does Washington get away with the claim that the country it rules is a democracy and has freedo
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More quotables from another fine polemic:

 

"So in “freedom and democracy” Amerika, children are responsible if the IRS “thinks” – no proof required – that it wrote parents too large of a Social Security check, but a father has no legal standing to bring a lawsuit to prevent the US government from the extra-legal murder of his son. "


"It is a paradox that Putin is portrayed as the heavy while Washington pretends to be the champion of “freedom and democracy.” In the 21st century Washington has established as its hallmarks every manifestation of tyranny: illegal and unconstitutional execution of citizens without due process of law, illegal and unconstitutional indefinite detention of citizens without due process of law, illegal and unconstitutional torture, illegal and unconstitutional rendition, illegal and unconstitutional surveillance, and illegal and unconstitutional wars. The executive branch has established that it is unaccountable to law or to the Constitution. An unaccountable government is a tyranny."

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LRB · Seymour M. Hersh · The Red Line and the Rat Line

LRB · Seymour M. Hersh · The Red Line and the Rat Line | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
In 2011 Barack Obama led an allied military intervention in Libya without consulting the US Congress. Last August, after the sarin attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta, he was ready to launch an allied air strike, this time to punish the Syrian government for allegedly crossing the . . .
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Seymour Hersh uncovers evidence that chemical attacks in Syria were a Turkish operation designed to frame the Assad regime and start a US led war.

 

Of course, the "liberal" New York Times, Washington Post, Guardian, etc. have chosen not to run this story (or any story the contradicts government propaganda on Syria)  because they show that Obama is the same kind of criminal liar psychopath that Bush (and Blair and Harper and Netanyahu and all the rest of them) are.

 

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We're being dragged into a new Cold War by a puffed-up bullfrog

We're being dragged into a new Cold War by a puffed-up bullfrog | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
Our PM is puffing himself up like a bullfrog, and busily creating a new Cold War that will benefit nobody except spies and weapons-makers, writes PETER HITCHENS.
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"The trouble is that the stupid and the ignorant think that they are clever and well-informed.


Take Mrs Hillary Clinton, next President of the United States and former chief of American foreign policy. She has directly compared Russia’s Vladimir Putin to Hitler. And she has compared events in Crimea to the Czech crisis of 1938.

 

Dozens of other politicians and grandiose journalists are currently doing the same.

 

It’s the one thing they think they know about history – that Britain’s pathetic Neville Chamberlain didn’t stand up to evil Adolf Hitler in 1938 at Munich over Czechoslovakia, so making Hitler believe that he could take over the world. And that the brave Winston Churchill then saved the world.

 

Almost no part of this legend is true. Even those bits that are true are misleading, with one exception. Hitler was certainly evil. But so was Stalin, the communist mass-murderer who ended up as our main ally in the fight against Hitler.

 

Yet the silly, half-educated politicians of today still like to pose as tough guys with the following formula, addressed to anyone who suggests that Russia might have a case over Ukraine and Crimea.

 

It goes: ‘Putin is Hitler. You are Neville Chamberlain. I am Winston Churchill – hear me roar.’""

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Land Destroyer

Land Destroyer | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
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"As the West pursues a dangerous confrontation with Russia via the Eastern European nation of Ukraine and the newly independent region of Crimea, the global public must recall how events like the August 2013 Damascus "chemical attack" were insidiously executed, lied about, and eventually buried when their political capital was spent. 

With snipers attacking both Crimean and Ukrainian troops in Crimea, seeking a pretext for the West to further intervene in the standoff, the public must draw from a much longer collective memory, or once again blindly grope from one crisis to the next with habitual, practiced deceivers holding their hand"

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Netanyahu orders IDF to prepare for possible strike on Iran during 2014 Will Israel attack Iran?

Netanyahu orders IDF to prepare for possible strike on Iran during 2014 Will Israel attack Iran? | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
Despite talks between Iran and West, senior officers tell MKs 10b shekels ($2.9b) allocated to IDF to prepare for possible attack.
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Yet more threats of war by those peaceful Israelis.

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Report: NSA Can Swallow a "Nation’s Telephone Network Whole"

Report: NSA Can Swallow a "Nation’s Telephone Network Whole" | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
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"The National Security Agency has the ability to record every single phone call made in an unnamed foreign country and can rewind and revisit those calls up to a month later, The Washington Post revealed Tuesday."

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Asia Times Online :: Russia 1, Regime Changers 0

Asia Times Online. The Asia News Hub providing the latest news and analysis regarding economics, events and trends in business, economy and politics throughout Asia.
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Mass Scallop Die Off a 'Red Flag' for the World's Oceans

Mass Scallop Die Off a 'Red Flag' for the World's Oceans | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
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“By June of 2013, we lost almost 95 per cent of our crops,” Rob Saunders, CEO of Island Scallops in B.C. told Canada's CTV News.

 
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THE FAILURE OF GERMAN LEADERSHIP Merkel Whores For Washington - PaulCraigRoberts.org

THE FAILURE OF GERMAN LEADERSHIP Merkel Whores For Washington - PaulCraigRoberts.org | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
THE FAILURE OF GERMAN LEADERSHIP Merkel Whores For Washington Paul Craig Roberts Washington, enabled by its compliant but stupid NATO puppets, is pushing t
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As Washington knows that its threat of sanctions is empty, why did Washington make it?

The answer is in order to drive the crisis to war...

Russia will respond in kind to Washington’s sanctions. 


The Western presstitute media will dramatize the Russian response to sanctions and demonize Russia, while ignoring who started the fight, thereby helping Washington prepare Americans for war. As neither side can afford to lose the war, nuclear weapons will be used. There will be no winners."

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The Rutherford Institute :: Lights, Camera, Arrested: Americans Are Being Thrown in Jail for Filming Police

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"At the point where there’s a double standard at play, where the only ones having to obey the law are the citizenry and not the enforcers, then that vital “social contract” that John Locke envisioned as the basis for society breaks down."

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Hillary and Other Assorted Barbarians at Russia’s Gate | Black Agenda Report

Hillary and Other Assorted Barbarians at Russia’s Gate | Black Agenda Report | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
News, analysis and commentary from the black left.
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"Fascists all over the world – not just Ukraine – know they have tens of millions of soul mates in the United States, including the leadership of both major parties. That’s why they flashed the white supremacist gang-sign from Kiev [raising the confederate flag]. In turn, the American political class and corporate media prove they are also fascists, by pretending that their Ukrainian allies are democrats."

 

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Ukraine crisis: Crimea now part of Russia, local parliament declares

Referendum on union with Russia on 16 March will 'only ratify decision', as Duma works on bill to make it easier for territories to join Russia
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Wow, as if things weren't intense enough already. 

 

Of course, the "West' condemns this "illegal" referendum  but fully supports the violent overthrow of an elected government.  Ah, dumb-ocracy at it's finest!

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Is Putin Being Lured Into a Trap? » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

Is Putin Being Lured Into a Trap? » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
Is Putin Being Lured Into a Trap?
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One of the most comprehensible articles regarding the true motives behind the US-Russian confrontation over Ukraine:


"The overriding goal of US policy in Ukraine is to stop the further economic integration of Asia and Europe...


...Retired German Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Jochen Scholz summed up US policy in an open letter. Scholz said the Washington’s objective was “to deny Ukraine a role as a bridge between Eurasian Union and European Union….They want to bring Ukraine under the NATO control” and sabotage the prospects for “a common economic zone from Lisbon to Vladivostok.”


...Bingo. That’s US policy in a nutshell. It has nothing to do with democracy, sovereignty, or human rights. It’s about money and power."


"as usual", I would add to the last sentence.

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Was Turkey Behind Syrian Sarin Attack? | Consortiumnews

Was Turkey Behind Syrian Sarin Attack? | Consortiumnews | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
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"Last August, the Obama administration lurched to the brink of invading Syria after blaming a Sarin gas attack outside Damascus on President Bashar al-Assad’s government, but new evidence – reported by investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh – implicates Turkish intelligence and extremist Syrian rebels instead.

 

The significance of Hersh’s latest report is twofold: first, it shows how Official Washington’s hawks and neocons almost stampeded the United States into another Mideast war under false pretenses, and second, the story’s publication in the London Review of Books reveals how hostile the mainstream U.S. media remains toward information that doesn’t comport with its neocon-dominated conventional wisdom."

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Egypt: More than 500 sentenced to death in ‘grotesque’ ruling | Amnesty International

Egypt: More than 500 sentenced to death in ‘grotesque’ ruling | Amnesty International | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
Today’s mass death sentences handed down by an Egyptian court are a grotesque example of the shortcomings and the selective nature of Egypt's justice system, Amnesty International said.
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And it turns out that supporting military coups to depose unpopular but democratically elected parties are not exactly sure fire ways to bring about human rights and democracy. Imagine!  

 

Or maybe "freedom and democracy for the Egyptian people" was never actually part of this CIA sponsored 'uprising' to begin with...

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The CIA spying scandal, Watergate and the decay of American democracy - World Socialist Web Site

Whereas Nixon’s cover-up involved illegal “dirty tricks” operations, the Obama administration is covering up even more serious crimes—an international program of state torture and assassination.
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Whereas Nixon’s cover-up involved “dirty tricks” operations—including burglary, theft, illegal wiretapping, victimization of political opponents and election fraud—the Obama administration is covering up even more serious crimes—an international program of state torture and assassination, carried out in direct violation of the Geneva Conventions and the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition of “cruel and unusual punishment.”

 

And by spying on a congressional body charged with oversight of the executive branch, the Obama administration is violating the governing principles of “separation of powers” and “checks and balances” between the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government that are fundamental to the constitutional framework established by the American Revolution. This is a milestone on the road to dictatorship.

 

The intervening 40 years have seen a steady erosion of democratic processes. The intelligence agencies today operate as laws unto themselves. The White House functions as an arm of the military-intelligence apparatus in alliance with the financial aristocracy, with Congress little more than a bribed rubber stamp body. The media serves as a propaganda arm of the government.

 

The theft of the 2000 elections was a turning point. The years that followed the installation of George W. Bush were characterized by a series of expanding and overlapping political conspiracies against democratic rights. The antidemocratic measures begun under Bush have been expanded and institutionalized by the Obama administration.

 

Two conclusions are to be drawn from a review of this history. First, the entire political establishment and both big business parties, Democratic and Republican, are responsible for the assault on democratic rights in the United States. Second, the erosion of democratic rights is rooted in fundamental social processes, most importantly the immense growth of social inequality."

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Unknown Snipers Once Again Stir Up Violence ... This Time In Crimea Washington's Blog

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US Mainstream Media Journalists With "Blood on Their Hands"

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During the run-up to the Iraq war – an unprovoked war of aggression – many of you [in the Western media] endlessly repeated, without proper critique or doubt, the false Bush Administrations claims that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and that this somehow justified military invasion.

By helping to manufacture the consent of the public for that war, and by helping to intimidate opponents of the war, you were complict in sending thousands of young American men and women abroad to kill and be killed; thousands of them died, tens or hundreds of thousands were injured or mentally traumatized, not to mention up to a million Iraquis who died as a result of the war.

Now many of you working for the corporate mass media are at it again – demonizing Russia and Putin, preparing the public to accept the necessity to ‘punish the devil’. Your propaganda is concealing the fact that two neo-Nazis parties, Svoboda and Right Sector, have gained control of the military and security apparatus of the Ukraine – they are now ministers of those departments – through a violent seizure of power from a democratically elected government; you are glossing over the fact that Russia has a standing military base and treaty rights for Russian soldiers to be present in the Crimea; and you are mindlessly presenting the U.S. administrations argument that Russias willingness to help protect Crimeans from fascist forces is somehow ‘aggression’, though they have fired no shots, and that American sanctions or even military action may be ‘required’ to ‘protect Ukraine’.

Hey U.S. mass media journalists: A large number of you writing in outlets like CNN, Fox News, New York Times, and Washington Post have blood on your hands.  It may initially sound exaggerated, but ...

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"During the run-up to the Iraq war – an unprovoked war of aggression – many of you [in the Western media] endlessly repeated, without proper critique or doubt, the false Bush Administrations claims that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and that this somehow justified military invasion.


By helping to manufacture the consent of the public for that war, and by helping to intimidate opponents of the war, you were complict in sending thousands of young American men and women abroad to kill and be killed; thousands of them died, tens or hundreds of thousands were injured or mentally traumatized, not to mention up to a million Iraquis who died as a result of the war.

 

Now many of you working for the corporate mass media are at it again – demonizing Russia and Putin, preparing the public to accept the necessity to ‘punish the devil’. Your propaganda is concealing the fact that two neo-Nazis parties, Svoboda and Right Sector, have gained control of the military and security apparatus of the Ukraine – they are now ministers of those departments – through a violent seizure of power from a democratically elected government; you are glossing over the fact that Russia has a standing military base and treaty rights for Russian soldiers to be present in the Crimea; and you are mindlessly presenting the U.S. administrations argument that Russias willingness to help protect Crimeans from fascist forces is somehow ‘aggression’, though they have fired no shots, and that American sanctions or even military action may be ‘required’ to ‘protect Ukraine’."

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How to Erase the Memory on a Canon MP800 Printer

How to Erase the Memory on a Canon MP800 Printer | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
Canon's Pixma MP800 combines a printer, scanner, copier and memory card reader in one multifunction unit -- useful in offices where a small device footprint is desired. There are two types of memory ...
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Mainstream US Media Is Lost in Ukraine | Consortiumnews

Mainstream US Media Is Lost in Ukraine | Consortiumnews | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
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"As the Ukraine crisis continues to deepen, the mainstream U.S. news media is sinking to new lows of propaganda and incompetence. Somehow, a violent neo-Nazi-spearheaded putsch overthrowing a democratically elected president was refashioned into a “legitimate” regime, then the “interim” government and now simply “Ukraine.”"

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Big Oil’s “Sore Losers” Lead the Drive to War » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

Big Oil’s “Sore Losers” Lead the Drive to War
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"How Washington conducts itself in this new conflict will tell us whether the authors of the War on Terror–that public relations hoax that concealed the goals of eviscerated civil liberties and one world government–were really serious about actualizing their NWO vision or if it was merely the collective pipedream of corporate CEOs and bored bankers with too much time on their hands."

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Crimea vs. Quebec: The Legal Right to a Referendum on Self-Determination

By Professor John Ryan

 

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Quebec never had to get permission from Canada’s federal government to hold a referendum, and no one ever questioned the legality of Quebec’s referendum.


Crimea is an autonomous region within Ukraine and seems to have the same rights as a Canadian province. So if it is perfectly legal for a province such as Quebec to hold a referendum on independence, why would it not be legal for Crimea to do the same? At no time did the USA object to Quebec holding a referendum on independence, so why the big brouhaha over Crimea? Moreover, what business would it be for the USA to have such objections – for Quebec or Crimea?"

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Directing War Strategies from the Shadows » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

Directing War Strategies from the Shadows
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"America’s elite media are engaged in a coordinated news blackout to keep people from seeing that the Obama administration and their EU collaborators are supporting a group of far-right extremists who were directly involved in the killing of civilians in order to topple a democratically-elected government."

 

"This is an ego-driven crusade by an old man [Brzezinski] who wants to see his looneybin NWO global hegemony vision enacted before they cart him off on a marble slab. That’s what this is really about; the glorious new world disorder, the dystopian wetdream of thinktank patricians everywhere whose only purpose in life is to initiate wars that other-peoples-sons will have to fight."

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Estonia confirms authenticity of leaked 'sniper killings' phone call

Estonia confirms authenticity of leaked 'sniper killings' phone call | New World Disorder | Scoop.it
The 11-minute call between the EU's foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton and her Estonian counterpart Urmas Paet was made on February 25 in the aftermath of the massacre.
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EU Foreign Ministers' leaked phone call seems to imply that snipers were hired by the opposition, not the elected government. 

 

"False flag" operations are some of the oldest tricks in book.  Their use in provoking confrontation has been confirmed time and time again. Yet, for some reason acknowledging their existence is still not a topic of interest in polite company.

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