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by A Toronto Data Guy

If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place. If you really need that kind of privacy, the reality is that search engines, including Google, do retain this information.

I've thought about Schneier's response (that people want privacy for a whole host of reasons, like when we make love, sing in the shower, and do things that are totally legal at the time of law) for some time now and I have come to this conclusion...

Zacharysan

February 11, 2010

Mississippi and Alabama have given GPS tracking devices to social workers. The devices are embedded in cell phones. If a dangerous situation arises, workers can press a panic button on the phone to call for help.

Mississippi has issued GPS-equipped cell phones to 450 field workers. The phones can also be used to take photos of children and their home environments and record audio field notes that can be uploaded to the state's caseworker database.

ZD New Government

March 21, 2007

New Delhi: Are foster parents, who raised a child for a decade, entitled to its permanent custody against the wishes of biological parents? The Supreme Court is to decide this complex issue.

The apex court has agreed to hear a plea of biological parents seeking custody of their child who was allowed by the Delhi High Court to live with his uncle and aunt with whom he has been living for the last 10 years.

zeenews.india.com

May 15, 2013

The father of an Indian child, who has been taken into custody by child welfare services in New Jersey on Monday pleaded for Indian government's help to send his son back to India and sought its financial support in fighting the legal case.

Debashsish Saha said he last saw his son Indrashish on September 6. He wants to send his son back to India where relatives can take care of him after the agency said he should identify relatives in the US who can take care of the little boy.

zeenews.india.com

September 10, 2012

The Swedish father of an 11-year-old boy of Indian origin being held in foster care in Sweden for the last three years has expressed willingness to apply for Indian citizenship.

The boy, Domenic Samuel Johansson, was born of an NRI mother Annie, formerly known as Nirmalkumar Bharos from Pune. Annie had earlier appealed to Sagarika Bhattacharya, who was recently reunited with her infant son and daughter Abhigyan and Aishwarya after the children were released by Norway's Child Welfare Services, for securing release of her son.

zeenews.india.com

May 4, 2012

by Zen Gardner

Well, this is about as dark as it gets but it needs to be said. As we've known all along, chemtrails are a multi-faceted program. It's the ultimate delivery system. By poisoning our air it affects every living thing.

With this massive program in place, even though they won't even admit its obvious existence, anything can be loaded onto these air tankers at any time and sprayed onto unsuspecting humanity. While the known metallic elements of nano sized aluminum and barium and a host of other toxic ingredients are accepted generally to be used for at least for massive weather modification programs, there are other even more nefarious elements that we've been ingesting over the years.

zengardner.com

March 8, 2016

by Tyler Durden

While not news to Zero Hedge readers who knew about the final debt settlement of US debt about 10 days ahead of schedule, it is now official.

According to the US Treasury, America has closed the books on 2011 with debt at an all time record $15,222,940,045,451.09. And, as was observed here first in all of the press, US debt to GDP is now officially over 100%, or 100.3% to be specific, a fact which the US government decided to delay exposing until the very end of the calendar year. We wonder, rhetorically, just how prominent of a talking point this historic event will be in any upcoming GOP primary debates.

zerohedge.com

January 3, 2012

by Nathan Solomon

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded $35 million to 38 states for increasing the number of children adopted from foster care. States use the funds from the adoption incentive award to enhance their programs.

Under the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (P.L. 110-351), the adoption incentives were revamped to provide stronger incentives for states to redouble their efforts to find children loving adoptive homes.

Zikkir

September 21, 2009

by Heather Chapin-Fowler

NORWALK -- Michael Gravelle looked forward to adopting more children so he could quit his full-time job, according to testimony from his neighbor Laurie Oney.

When asked by Leffler if the child displays any unusual behavior, Smith said sometimes he has bad dreams that result in him crying out at night in his sleep. Ken Myers, defense attorney for Sharen Gravelle, asked Smith, ''Are you aware that the night before you got him he attempted to catch his bed on fire?"

Zwire (OH)

December 6, 2006

      

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