chfriley writes "CNET reports that Google, EFF, CDT, and other groups have joined Yahoo in defending against a U.S. Department of Justice demand for warrantless access to email messages. The DOJ contends in a 17 page brief that while 'federal law requires search warrants for messages in "electronic storage" that are less than 181 days old, the Yahoo Mail messages don't meet that definition. 'Previously opened e-mail is not in 'electronic storage.''' And it further states that "This court should therefore require Yahoo to comply with the order and produce the specified communications in the targeted accounts."
chfriley writes "For approximately the last hour, all search results that Google displays show each as having malware. No one has commented on the issue, but plainly Google's Safe Browsing tool is having problems." Link to Original Source top
chfriley writes "A current article on Canada.com states that "the mud at the bottom of B.C. fjords reveals that solar output drives climate change — and that we should prepare now for dangerous global cooling." It continues: "Politicians and environmentalists these days convey the impression that climate-change research is an exceptionally dull field with little left to discover. We are assured by everyone from David Suzuki to Al Gore to Prime Minister Stephen Harper that 'the science is settled.' At the recent G8 summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel even attempted to convince world leaders to play God by restricting carbon-dioxide emissions to a level that would magically limit the rise in world temperatures to 2C. The fact that science is many years away from properly understanding global climate doesn't seem to bother our leaders at all."
Apparently, the research isn't as settled a some would like to believe given that these scientists believe we are in for global cooling, and that is the main danger we should fear.
To read the full article about Global Cooling, follow this link."