CIA - Human Resource Exploitation Manual (1983)
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Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 50 meters away. From traces of drugs or gun powder on your clothes to what you had for breakfast to the adrenaline level in your body—agents will be able to get any information they want without even touching you.
And without you knowing it.
It’s hard not to turn into a paranoid conspiracy theorist when you hear about these kinds of things every single day.
Most troubling about this kinda shit is what it says about the state of our humanity, self-respect, and respect for eachother.
Police vehicles of the future, according to concept designers participating in the Design Challenge of Los Angeles Auto Show.
amateur radio operators were like early hackers. then the navy had to start bitching about the airwaves being noisy and punkass kids feeding them false information. well, maybe if the navy trained their operators not to suck and they adopted cipher then they wouldn’t have that problem. but no, they had to go and ruin everyone’s fun and establish priority of the airwaves for the sake of national security or some crap.
what the fuck ever, man.
unrelated/related, re: history of radio: The payola scandals of the 50s seem to have slowly become common practise today (and acceptable) for large recording companies and large music networks which entail most radio stations, though in a very slow way which has never been exposed but I assume we probably all “know” unconsciously and take for granted.
Also, stoolies are hired to listen to burgeoning independent and college/university radio stations, waiting to hear profanities in songs or by hosts in order to notify the FCC, to either shut the small stations down or repeatedly get them nailed with exorbitant fines (happened here a bunch).