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Re: “Weed Talk at OMCA Saturday: "Perspectives on Legalizing Marijuana"

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Posted by Chrys Malone on 08/24/2016 at 3:50 PM

Re: “Oakland-Alameda Authority Confirms Unreleased Renderings of Possible Raiders Stadium at Coliseum Site

Mark Will take a cheaper stadium over moving away from Oakland bc he DOES want to stay in Oakland and he knows that in order to Make Oakland the city get in toit, u gotta scare them into thinking ur gonna leave and making something happen. Also he's putting money in, his own money, so if he can save a few bux and keep the team in Oakland he will definitely do it.

Posted by Joey Baracchini on 08/24/2016 at 3:43 PM

Re: “Oakland-Alameda Authority Confirms Unreleased Renderings of Possible Raiders Stadium at Coliseum Site

no new renderings,..its the whole 120 acre lot or nothing at all!...Mark wants the whole property! plus they have to match the price of the new stadium at 1.4 billion,..why would Mark want a cheaper stadium built for his team?..Las Vegas is a better fit for the future of the Raiders and will produce more revenue!

Posted by Eddie Aguilar on 08/24/2016 at 2:55 PM

Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

Thanks for analyzing the facts behind the proposed Oakland ordinance and research on how it is playing out in Berkeley.
This is particularly important because of the blatant lies by Joe Arellano, the American Beverage Association, and the No campaign on the Oakland Soda Tax. It is a tax on sodas and on distributors, period. The only way they can hope to defeat the soda tax is through misinformation. Such an approach is disingenuous and shameful.

Posted by Jon Evans on 08/24/2016 at 2:52 PM

Re: “Cooking Other People's Food: How Chefs Appropriate Bay Area 'Ethnic' Cuisine

What a perfectly complex subject for the Oakland community to debate! As a white male who loves all food from all cultures, I am already a customer of both the hole in the wall ethnic spots & places like Penrose. I love them all & I hope our community can strike the right balance to ensure all can make a decent living & keep all those good eats coming!

Posted by andrewdeangelo on 08/24/2016 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Cooking Other People's Food: How Chefs Appropriate Bay Area 'Ethnic' Cuisine

To echo Cho, my biggest beef is when a restaurant uses ethnic ingredients and then declares whatever final dish they made with it as belonging to that ethnic group. Anything made with gochujang, or marinated in a mix of soy sauce/sugar, is not suddenly Korean.

This is definitely a class/education issue that goes hand in hand with eating local and "clean" ingredients. I can't hate on it though. These upscale establishments lend a level of transparency to where their ingredients come from that makes diners feel safe and seemingly justifies the higher prices. Atmosphere while dining also makes a difference. Sometimes it's just nicer kitchenware and furniture. Other times its the diner feeling like an odd duck because they're not the ethnicity of the cuisine or cannot speak the language of their server/fellow diners. There's a level of comfort in atmosphere and dining with the familiar, whether that is ingredients, language, etc.

Posted by Alexis Davidson on 08/24/2016 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Apartment Troubles

I'm glad it wasn't any longer than it was.

Posted by Klarn Mxyzptlk on 08/24/2016 at 10:22 AM

Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

Darwin:

This is an excellent article--thank you for presenting both sides of a contentious debate in a balanced manner. There is a ton of misinformation regarding this issue and you have done a fantastic job cutting out the chaff. Please keep up the good work.

Posted by Tommy Katz on 08/24/2016 at 10:18 AM

Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

Tonya Love: Thanks for the information. I corrected and clarified the online version of the story. I guess I was confused by the press conference that the American Beverage Association-backed "grocery tax" campaign held last week. They had two speakers, both store owners, who said at the press conference that they would be paying the tax. And the public relations people running the anti-beverage tax campaign have repeatedly implied that grocers themselves will pay the tax. Clearly the text of the ordinance reads that the tax is on distributors who sell beverages to retailers, and the ordinance exempts retail sales.

Charlie Pine: How many distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages also distribute vegetables, milk, eggs, and so on? I was always under the impression that most beverage distributors just distribute beverages. How much of an opportunity do beverage distributors really have to pass this tax onto other goods? And as to this theoretical ability of a grocer to raise prices on milk and diapers to absorb price increases they have to pay for soda from their distributor, professor Auerbach addresses this claim in the article. He doesn't think it's sound.
As to the regressive impact a soda tax would have, yes, you are correct. The poor would pay more. That's true with most taxes on consumer goods.
But your claim regarding tobacco taxes isn't backed up by research. Most studies have found that increasing tobacco taxes leads to reductions in smoking rates (for example, http://tobaccocontrol.bmj.com/content/21/2…)

Posted by Darwin BondGraham on 08/24/2016 at 9:37 AM

Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

o for cryin out loud: this has to do with sanctions that will reduce sugar consumption. This. is. a. good. thing. The less sugar you consume--esp HFC--the better you will feel; you will also mysteriously not miss it.
Meanwhile, how bout targeting the real problems behind the 'need' to self-medicate with soda: poverty, homelessness, (mis)education, capitalism...

Posted by Claudine Marie Elizabeth Jones on 08/24/2016 at 9:04 AM

Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

Darwin and readers:

The language of the measure says that it is a tax on the distributors (those that deliver a product from one business to another) and not on retailers who then sell the product to consumers. The Distributers can pass the cost on to retailers and studies show that prices of soda does in fact increase, just like the beverage industry fears. American Public Health and National Bureau of economic research has both shown that soda prices have increased in Berkeley. However, what has not been shown is an increase in groceries. The Beverage industry will tell you "it can happen" but can't or won't produce evidence that it actually *has* happened.

A new study on Berkeley's tax shows reduced soda consumption in communities of color by a statistically significant large margin. Only 5% decided to buy sodas in another city.

http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/…

The reduction of consumption is due to the tax, as study respondents suggest, but also due to education as Chris Pine suggests. It is the combination that works, why? Because education does not come free. It is paid for by taxation.

Cigarette public health programs and education were paid for by taxation in local jurisdictions which lead to states and the federal govt suing the tobacco industry, which led to changing federal laws restricting sales and requiring warning labels and in settlement, the tobacco industry paying for national education and programs which worked to reduced cigarette smoking.

Just like with cigarettes, there is strong data and public health warnings that excess sugar is harmful to our health. There is also evidence that the largest source of added sugar to our diets is sodas and other sugar sweetened beverages. The American Heart Association has come out with new guidelines on reducing consumption of added sugar, especially for children. CBS News This Morning did a segment and Norah Odonell declared the number one source of added sugar in our diets is from sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages.

http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/new-guidelin…

The city council isn't the only entity behind this measure, public health professionals across the city and county are. The public health commission did a study back in 2014 on the rates of obesity and how much it is costing the county. In 2013-2014 the county allocated over $650 million to health care costs - $134 million of which spent on obesity related diseases.

http://www.acphd.org/media/351716/health-e…

The public health community have come together with local govts to find a way to pay for education and programs to improve the health of children and families. This tax will help do that.

Posted by Tonya Love on 08/24/2016 at 3:50 AM

Re: “Cooking Other People's Food: How Chefs Appropriate Bay Area 'Ethnic' Cuisine

What's as remarkable as how many white people are making upscale ethnic food is how many people of color are making it, too. Feel like this is as much a race issue as a class/education issue. Also how come soul food is roundly ignored in this article?

Posted by Fremont on 08/23/2016 at 8:19 PM

Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

It seems your reporter cannot read. He states, "The proposed law states that it is an excise tax on any business that sells sugar-sweetened beverages." No, the first distributor in Oakland pays the tax. From the law: "The Tax shall be paid upon the first nonexempt Distribution of a SugarSweetened Beverage product in the City. To the extent that there is a chain of Distribution within Oakland involving more than one Distributor. the tax shall be levied on the first Distributor subject to the jurisdiction of the City."

In practical terms, there are two points where the tax becomes a grocery tax. First, the distributor can raise the price on anything he sells - milk, for example - to recover the cost of the tax. Second, the retail grocer can raise the price on anything he sells - milk and diapers, for example - to recover the costs passed on to him. Two studies of the Berkeley tax found that about half the 32 cents per quart was passed on in soda prices. We don't know where the other half came from.

Tax the things that the poor buy most -- it did not work on cigarettes. What worked were restrictions on tobacco advertising, public education, and such cultural changes as taking the glamor of cigarettes out of movies. But Anne Campbell Washington does not care about that. She wants to increase City revenues.

Posted by Charlie Pine on 08/23/2016 at 7:20 PM

Re: “Oakland, Developers Look to Convert SRO Housing into Boutique Hotels

I know James Kilpatrick personally he is bully and nothing more he think that because he have money and he live in high rise building with his fancy suit and fancy life he can destroy poor people lives. James Kilpatrick blame city of Oakland for asking him to comply with the rules and regulations? He blame the contractor? come on he is James Kilpatrick the owner of his high end firm and he should know better and start take care his clients. His clients are very nice and they only wanted to live in peace in this building, i was there few times and it's not place to live in. James Kilpatrick the man the bully the most awful person that i meet in my life will go down, it's not about no one else only him! he care about money and he don't see people he see only himself. James Kilpatrick the biggest bully in the bay area welcome to the judgment day!

Posted by rob jo on 08/23/2016 at 3:43 PM

Re: “Landlord Being Sued for Allegedly Pushing Out SRO Tenants

I know James Kilpatrick personally he is bully and nothing more he think that because he have money and he live in high rise building with his fancy suit and fancy life he can destroy poor people lives. James Kilpatrick blame city of Oakland for asking him to comply with the rules and regulations? He blame the contractor? come on he is James Kilpatrick the owner of his high end firm and he should know better and start take care his clients. His clients are very nice and they only wanted to live in peace in this building, i was there few times and it's not place to live in. James Kilpatrick the man the bully the most awful person that i meet in my life will go down, it's not about no one else only him! he care about money and he don't see people he see only himself. James Kilpatrick the biggest bully in the bay area welcome to the judgment day!

Posted by rob jo on 08/23/2016 at 3:40 PM

Re: “City Forcing West Oakland’s Alliance Metals to Close on August 20, But Supporters Argue Recyclers Have No Safety Net

Read copykate's comment above. Nothing laudable about Alliance Metal exploiting the homeless in West Oakland.

Posted by Elguero Sinfe on 08/23/2016 at 8:51 AM

Re: “Homelessness, Caltrans, and the East Bay's Forgotten People

I agree Albany City Council's policy of first providing no support for their unhoused population and sending them to the Bulb was bad policy. Even worse policy was spending several hundred thousand dollars to make them move, and stayaway, to create yet another sterile waterfront dog and people walking park. This has only contributed to the concentration of homeless camps in neighboring cities, like Oakland and the need for CalTrans to clear out people, their possessions and tbeir waste.

A win-win for all residents housed and unhoused would be to create a stable, self governing "Dignity Village" where basic water, sanitation, hygiene and garbage collection are provided. This would allow houseless residents to meet their own basic needs, and prevent the "filth" that others have referred to, at lower cost to taxpayers than current sums. Criminalizing and vilifying houselessness is the most costly and ineffective solution. Whereas, providing the basics to keep a stable encampment clean and safe (including jobs for houseless residents not CalTrans workers) seems like a solution for many of the currently unhoused and the surrounding housed neighbors.

Posted by karen white on 08/23/2016 at 8:19 AM

Re: “A Walk in the Park with David Vassar: Bay Area Premier

If anyone has seen Vassar's previous film retrospectives, it's an amazing body of work and you'll learn a tremendous amount of never-before-known history about the National Parks. This presentation was first shown to a sell-out crowd in March 2016 at the Smithsonian Institution and it has sold out wherever it has appeared since. The program will be touring throughout California in 2016 and into 2017, so here's an amazing opportunity to see it in the Bay Area's most intimate theater.

Posted by Christopher Buttner on 08/22/2016 at 12:04 PM

Re: “Oakland Cell Phone Surveillance Vote Postponed to Improve Privacy Protections

Mass Surveillance.

Mass surveillance are documented whit our cell phones.
Thousands of volunteers have with their mobile phone uploaded their results to different cell tower (base station) databases.

The hack that is picked up whit our Mobil phones is,
"man in the middle attack, umts (GSM)"
The explanation is that GSM base stations is pretending to be an official GSM station and emits a Cell ID.

The voluntary collection of which base stations our cell phones have used, is collected whit app's like
http://wiki.opencellid.org/wiki/Data_sources

In the EU it is a human right to have telecommunications secrecy.
That means that your phone calls must be encrypted.
(it is very likely also human rights in many other countries)

Article 8 – Right to respect for private and family life.
Listening to your conversation, is a violation of privacy

Article 5 - liberty and security.
Liberty i violated by the size of the hacking and the size of a hidden GSM network
A dropped emergency call is a hazard to your security.

Article 6 - fair trial,
The reason is dropped phone calls, people listing in on conversations whit your lawyer.
The right to have a private talk whit your lawyer

Article 10 - expression.
Whit out telecommunications secrecy, every on is listing to your conversations.
Dropped phone calls is the same as Censoring

Several other rights is also violated.

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You will need to compare whit official database for your area.

Voluntarily collect databases.:
http://opencellid.org/
http://www.cellmapper.net/map
https://wigle.net/ (blue dots are GSM base stations)
http://opensignal.com/
http://www.cellumap.com/
http://openbmap.org/
Mozilla location services.
There are many other databases.

Official cell tower database.:
Denmark.: Mastedatabasen.dk
Norway.: finnsenderen.no
Schweiz.: Funksender.ch
Poland.: Beta.btsearch.pl
Great Britain.: http://www.sitefinder.ofcom.org.uk/search
France.: http://www.cartoradio.fr/cartoradio/web/
Belgium.: http://zendmasten.be/
Brussel.: http://geoportal.ibgebim.be/webgis/antenne_emettrice_gsm.phtml?langtype=2060
Austria.: http://www.senderkataster.at/
Germany http://emf3.bundesnetzagentur.de/karte/Default.aspx
Netherlands.: http://www.antenneregister.nl/Html5Viewer_Antenneregister/Index.html?viewer=antenneregister
USA.: http://www.antennasearch.com/

What you see in the above databases are layers of registered GSM base stations / antennas.
A quick look will tell you that it is a mobile GSM network and installed GSM network.
it is small teams.

So you think that is not that bad,
It is a mobile network and layers of registration, THINK AGAIN,
it is much worse, than you think and see.
Install the App AIMSICD and download the OCID database,
You will see a difference a HUGE difference.

The databases are validated because there is products made on them and they work.
http://opencellid.org/, ENAikoon https://www.enaikoon.com/en/home/
https://location.services.mozilla.com/ Firefox phones https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/os/

Exsampel of closed databases.:
Google location.
IPhone.
Windows.
Symbian.
http://navizon.com/
https://unwiredlabs.com/

A small Conclusion.:
Someday the closed database's will be sized by government official.
Because of what you see in the voluntarily collect databases.
When that happens and it will,
We all lose our freedom and will be violated.
Those closed database's also contains information on were the GSM base station were logged.
So what do that mean,
Well they can look at the closed databases and see
How often you went to the local pusher,
How often you shopped and were,
How often you visit friends,
And much more.

Pleas.
Provide permalinks is there are things you don't understand,
the official database for your area and I will have a look.
Or ask a questions.

Example when comparing databases.:
London. compare pictures, there is a huge difference.
For the USA opencellid.org, wiggle.net, opensignal.com, etc.. in conjunction whit http://www.antennasearch.com/

Take a look at Chicago http://opencellid.org/ and compare whit the official antenna/Base station database http://www.antennasearch.com/
There are 2,441,277 GSM antennas/stations in the U.S more than 10% has been registered in Chicago, Pleas look at the pictures after the picture who says the government doesn’t listen to people.

You want to know if your cell phone under surveillance.
Android
http://www.android.pk/blog/tutorials/how-to-enable-third-party-apps-installation-on-android-phones/
https://github.com/CellularPrivacy/Android-IMSI-Catcher-Detector/wik

IPhone.
Try using the app Opensignal or similar.
Compare whit the official database for your area.

Discovering the hidden GSM network.
How can you discover that there is a hidden GSM network.
You need to compile the Android open source Project. https://source.android.com/ whit the function getneighboringcellinfo
Install an app that plots GSM antennas.
compare whit the official database.

The function getneighboringcellinfo is deprevated in android and have been since android 2.3
Today it is the function neighboringcellinfo and there are no apps suporting the function.

when you look at opencellid.org and see the diffrence from the official database.
Those diffrence are all phone connections there are hijacked whit a GSM base station
The reason is that opencellid.org is a new data base. and the phones that did the collecting dont have the function getneighboringcellinfo.

The Hack
The rouge GSM base stations pretends to be and official GSM station to the Cell phone.
And to the official Cell tower it pretends to be the phone.
There is a hand made drawing.

screen shoot films from the cell phones perspectiv
It is from a Cell phone were the connection is hijacked.
(I know it is boring, pleas download and watch in high speed)
https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ar3SzXWX8b_5gWot4evkmqwM8GA0
Here is another https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ar3SzXWX8b_5gQbSxqpBMVeWxJ5f
My phone, I am sitting in a train from Herning to Copenhagen, Denmark 220km it is an unofficial network and it is the “man in the middle attack, UMTS (GSM), seen from my phone.
The official database to compare whit is https://www.mastedatabasen.dk/VisKort/PageMap.aspx
I have over 24hours of film. Over 400mb logs and a small piece of a Trace.

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If you look at the article http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/02/22/cellphone-911-lack-location-data/23570499/

First thing is the cellphone don’t transmit a signal, containing information about its location it is done through signal triangulation.

“The technology of locating is based on measuring power levels and antenna patterns and uses the concept that a powered mobile phone always communicates wirelessly with one of the closest base stations (Cell tower), so knowledge of the location of the base station implies the cell phone is nearby.

Advanced systems determine the sector in which the mobile phone is located and roughly estimate also the distance to the base station. Further approximation can be done by interpolating signals between adjacent antenna towers. Qualified services may achieve a precision of down to 50 meters in urban areas where mobile traffic and density of antenna towers (base stations) is sufficiently high.[citation needed] Rural and desolate areas may see miles between base stations and therefore determine locations less precisely. (It is a lot more precise than 50m)

GSM localization uses multilateration to determine the location of GSM mobile phones, or dedicated trackers, usually with the intent to locate the user.” (Pretty simpel :) )

From the article. (I just use it as an example)
“In California, more than half of cellphone calls did not transmit location to 911 from 2011 to 2013, and it's getting worse. Last year, about 12.4 million, or 63%, of California's cellphone calls to 911 didn't share location. Among the worst places: Silicon Valley. In December 2012, precise location was shared in 10%-37% of the area's emergency calls, depending on the wireless carrier.

In Colorado, 58% of the 5.8 million cellphone-to-911 calls last year transmitted coordinates, according to data obtained from the Colorado 911 Resource Center.

In Texas, two-thirds of cellphone calls in a sample of calls from major cities – including Austin and Houston – reached 911 without an instant fix on location from 2010 through 2013.

In the Virginia suburbs outside Washington, Fairfax County reported 25% of cellphone calls included precise location data in 2014, and Loudoun County said 29% of mobile calls did over the last six months of 2014.”

When 911 tries do a location fix, through signal triangulation, and it doesn’t fit the caller’s description of where he or she is, chances are big (100%) that it is a base station (Rough Cell Tower).
The rough cell tower pretends to be a official Cell tower to the cell phone and to the tower it pretends to be a Cell Phone.
so if and when 911 tries to make a fix on location, based on radio signal, it is a fix on the rough cell tower it is because it to the official cell tower send the phone data, (Misdirected emergency services) and when a huge part of the unofficial GSM network (rough cell towers) is mobile, in cars, bags etc., then the signal is jumping. (No fix on cell phone)
The 911 databases for the cell phone fix, all holds a clue to Rouge base stations.

911 location fix on the ip is also a problem, mentioned in the article.
Doing a location on the IP can also be a problem,
Pleas look at drawing of the hack the ip can be in a be anywhere, would also cause Misdirected emergency services.
Here is a strange one, the iplocation algorithm looks through different network hops, google get the location right every time, but Bing locates the rough base station.
Google and Bing also have databases that can help discover the true picture of the problem.

A example on genocide could be that and why is should be addressed in the UN.
In Colorado 0,01% of the 58% 5.8 mio cellphone-to-911 could be a death caused by the time lost in miss directed help etc.
Just those 0.01% is a possible genocide
The reason is it is done by hacking phones, it is done intentionally.
33 people per year that is using as low a Number as possible.
It is more likely 0,1 making it 330 people a year for one state.

If The UN takes honor it will be the numbers They will be looking Into.
It is all deaths were the phone connection is hijacked that group are to blame for.
Not 0,01 or 0.1.
And the 330 human lives is just for one state
Imagine the number of deaths through the hole of US, because of Hacking cell phones.
And it is just not only the US, It is all countries in the world there are deaths because of this group.

The article don’t say any ting about deaths caused by a lost/dropped 911 call.
So the death toll is a lot higher.

The next thing is the RF microwave radiation emitted from a rough cell tower.
RF microwave radiation pushes (vibrates), fat, sucker and water molecules, that can cause Cell changes, we know it as cancer.
• http://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/understanding/statistics
• In 2014, an estimated 15,780 children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 were diagnosed with cancer and 1,960 died of the disease.
Another thing about RF microwave radiation is that it causes DNA changes, and it is not positive thing, health problems and early death.

Then there is cancer deaths and much more.

People are looking for answers about the calls from the air planes that hit the world trade center. http://www.911myths.com/html/mobiles_at_altitude.html
There is Rough gsm base stations in the plains, transmitting the signal to the ground at higher levels than a cell phone can do. A clue to this is in the databases. you will find GSM base stations on the air plane strips.

I am wondering why no one, is puzzled about,
Why is it possible to hear fragments of conversations
in a ordinary GSM scanner and the channel jumping is uneven
It is because of the Hack Mitm, umts (GSM) It is that hack that is picked up by the ordinary GSM scanner
There is no encryption on the hack
All official GSM stations encrypt data and voice
It should not be possible to hear anything because of the encryptions
All you hear in an ordinary GSM scanner is Hacking

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A few newspaper articles on the subject.:
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/fake-stingray-mobile-base-stations-discovered-spying-millions-londoners-1505368
http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/oct/30/metropolitan-police-mobile-phone-surveillance
http://www.thelocal.no/20150309/norway-police-broke-law-with-fake-mobile-receivers
http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks/Secret-surveillance-of-Norways-leaders-detected-7825278.html
http://www.networkworld.com/article/2198955/smartphones/fake-gsm-base-station-trick-targets-iphones.html

A bit info about the hack.:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMSI-catcher
https://www.sba-research.org/wp-content/uploads/publications/DabrowskiEtAl-IMSI-Catcher-Catcher-ACSAC2014.pdf
https://cosec.bit.uni-bonn.de/fileadmin/user_upload/teaching/10ws/10ws-sem-mobsec/talks/dammann.pdf
https://media.blackhat.com/bh-dc-11/Perez-Pico/BlackHat_DC_2011_Perez-Pico_Mobile_Attacks-wp.pdf
https://www.twelvesec.com/using-gsm-tester-intercept-calls-sms-pt1/
http://www.wired.com/2010/07/intercepting-cell-phone-calls/ (stupid tracking algorithms makes that point less.)
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/03/26/spam_text_china_clampdown_police/
http://mobilesociety.typepad.com/mobile_life/2013/10/im-now-also-disabling-2g-for-data-i-need-a-3g4g-only-switch.html (stupid you can't protect your phone against mitm, umts)
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/08/02/gsm_cracking/
http://www.fiercewireless.com/tech/story/local-law-enforcement-deploying-fake-base-stations-tracking-eavesdropping/2014-03-16

Radiation.:
http://www.psrast.org/mobileng/hylandbasestation.pdf
http://www.tetrawatch.net/papers/hyland_2005.pdf
http://www.iss.it/binary/elet/cont/3.1203942327.pdf

More to come.

Thanks
swampii
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008987765887

Posted by Dennis Jensen on 08/22/2016 at 11:17 AM

Re: “Italian-American Charm and Garlicky Flavor Bombs at Trattoria La Siciliana

Dear writer: "The trattoria's founders are two genuine Sicilian immigrants, Rosa and Guiseppe D'Alo, both of who still help cook...: That should be both of WHOM, just so you know. Thank you! - Denise Taylor

Posted by Denise Taylor on 08/22/2016 at 8:33 AM

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