Thursday, June 28, 2012

New World Next Week: Episode118 -
Six Strikes, Sex Tracks, Church Attacks

NewWorldNextWeek.com: Episode118 -
Six Strikes, Sex Tracks, Church Attacks


Episode118 - Six Strikes, Sex Tracks, Church AttacksWelcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: ISP 'Six Strikes' To Begin This Weekend
RIAA Chief Says ISPs To Start Policing Copyright By July 1
Wikipedia: Virtual Private Network
Proxy Server

Story #2: New Zealand Sex Offenders To Be Tracked By Satellite
Flashbacks: HIV/AIDS Patients In Papua May Be Tracked With Microchips
GPS Tracking Aids In Monitoring Dementia Patients

Story #3: Tax-Exempt Churches Plan To Engage In Illegal Electioneering
Related: As Churches Get Political, IRS Stays Quiet
Against "Pulpit Freedom Sunday" Unless Churches Pay Their Taxes First

Episode118 - Six Strikes, Sex Tracks, Church AttacksVisit NewWorldNextWeek.com to get previous episodes in various formats to download, burn and share. We also have weekly episodes from FoodWorldOrder.com. And as always, stay up-to-date by subscribing to the feeds from Corbett Report here and Media Monarchy here. We also have weekly episodes from FoodWorldOrder.com Thank you.

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