Mr_Nitro writes: British Prime Minister David Cameron pressing ahead with new legislation which plans to stop people from sending any form of encrypted messages. If the law is passed all online messaging services which scramble communications between their users could be banned.
Mr_Nitro writes: WASHINGTON — Endorsement of the NSA’s Internet surveillance programs by a bipartisan privacy board deeply disappointed civil liberties activists Wednesday while providing a measure of vindication for beleaguered U.S. intelligence officials.
Mr_Nitro writes: Italy — The lawyer Luca Ventaloro, an expert in child health law states: "Given the amount of the civil cases, it was inevitable that criminal justice was aware of this potential correlation between the vaccine and autism or other disorders, has now become a national emergency. We have a case of autism in 80 births in healthy children. Born with an high APGAR (newborns viability index) and after vaccinations begin to feel bad. They can no longer deny the evidence.'' They seem pretty strong footed on the connection, commission is all completely made of doctors and experts in the field. Not an excuse for irrational vaccines fears , but an occasion to improve and acknowledge the possible dangers.
Mr_Nitro writes: NASA sued for failing to examine alien life on Mars. Scientist has filed a lawsuit in the US District Court Northern District of California claiming the white rock was a living thing and is seeking an order forcing NASA and its Administrator, Charles Boulden, to investigate the rock more diligently.
Mr_Nitro writes: It seems that recently a number of major online free tabs websites are being filtered with custom per-country blocking ad that reports : "This tablature contains content from a third party publisher and has been blocked by the Music Publishers Association in your country." is this the end of free music tabs?
Mr_Nitro writes: "Hi all. Since the introduction of the so called moderation system, I think it does nothing but prevent some _real_ insightful comments from being seen unless you adopt a 'show all' policy. Often I found comments rated in milliseconds, is this realistic? or just some kid (rnd) clicking? For me it's just a waste of resources really. Would Slashdot editors consider a vote for it? What do you think? (that's obvious, all the pro-mod will mod down other opinions, a little bit twisted isn't it).