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Aylan Kurdi: Drowned boy’s father accused of being people smuggler in charge of boat that crashed denies claims

Aylan Kurdi: Drowned boy’s father accused of being people smuggler in charge of boat that crashed denies claims

September 11, 2015 11:53pm
GCHQ says ‘Use easy passwords” (please?)

GCHQ says ‘Use easy passwords” (please?)

GCHQ bosses suggest users should get rid of overly complex passwords

Britain’s cyber intelligence agency, the GCHQ, has released new guidance suggesting people should avoid complex passwords for their online accounts.

In a departure from the conventional belief passwords should be complex, the snooping agency said such passwords fail to protect against cyber hackers.

The GCHQ intelligence agency, which is based in Cheltenham, specialises in cyber communications for the British army and government.

Only today (12th Sept) was it revealed British GCHQ spies have discovered ISIS cyber criminals have hacked into senior government ministers’ emails.

Really?

Name, emails and passwords of Foreign Office and council staff ‘hacked by Isil’

7:51PM BST 12 Aug 2015

*cough*

Electronic tagging may await rejected asylum seekers

Electronic tagging may await rejected asylum seekers

The plans are part of a larger effort by the European Commission to quickly dispatch those not entitled to EU residency.

“Migrants who often paid their life savings to smugglers to bring them to Europe may not be ready to take up assisted voluntary returns unless they see they will be returned anyway”, notes the paper.

If no other solution is found, “returns must be enforced”, with “electronic surveillance” and “semi-closed facilities” as alternative measures to just locking people up, the paper adds.

One idea in the paper proposes compulsory requirements to get member states to log entry bans and return decisions into the EU’s Schengen Information System (SIS).

This includes developing a ‘central automated fingerprint identification system’ for SIS and extending the scope of the EU’s biometric common asylum registration system, Eurodac, to include returns.

https://euobserver.com/migration/130161

People become parcels – barcoded?

Next step – RFID?

Shock Report: U.S. Military Misplaced Samples of Black Plague and Other Deadly Pathogens

Shock Report: U.S. Military Misplaced Samples of Black Plague and Other Deadly Pathogens

by Mac Slavo
The U.S. Department of Defense is looking into possible mishandling of bubonic plague and equine encephalitis samples at its laboratories, a Pentagon spokesman said Thursday.

The new inquiry is part of an investigation into the mishandling of anthrax at Department of Defense labs, Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said.

The department hasn’t determined whether samples containing plague bacteria and specimens of the deadly virus were shipped from its labs, Cook said.

Keep in mind that this is not conspiracy theory. These citations are from official government documents. Though most of the experiments documented are from the Cold War era, the key takeaway is that to government scientists and military personnel we are all just guinea pigs.

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/shock-report-u-s-military-misplaced-samples-of-black-plague-and-other-deadly-pathogens_09112015