Lifetime GPS tracking for sex offenders

Florida Governor Jeb Bush signed a law today that would make it mandatory for convicted sex offenders to be implanted with a GPS device once they are "freed" from jail. This would allow them to be tracked via satellite anywhere in the world for the rest of their life! Is this really necessary? What is this going to help? Does this seem unconstitutional?

New law cracks down on P2P pirates

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Wiretaps in U.S. Jump 19 Percent in 2004

It’s no surprise wiretaps jumped 19% last year when judges granted EVERY SINGLE REQUEST that authorities made. Of the 1710 wiretaps made, 1507 of them were portable devices (cell phone, pager, etc.). "We’re still seeing a huge trend toward increased surveillance," said Edgar. We’re seeing huge trends toward increased surveillance all over the place, aren’t we?

Egads, exploding toads!

Toads are exploading – no one knows why. Scientists only know 2 things about this phenomenon: (1) "The bloated animals suffer for several minutes before they finally die"; and (2) as far as the cause of explosion is concerned, they have "ruled out the possibility that it is a fungus that made its way from South America".

Feds Rethinking RFID Passport

Finally the Feds are pulling their heads out of their asses and rethinking the notion of using RFID passports. Back in October the State Department thought it would be a good idea to store each persons Name, Address, Phone, SS#, etc. on an RFID tag stored in that persons passport. This information would not be encrypted and would be able to be read from anyone with an RFID reader within 30 feet of a passport. Bad idea. Now, thankfully, they are rethinking the entire idea.