Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Tweet News: July 30, 2013

Good Evening, Cyber Zombies,

Happy National Cheesecake Day!!! The Tweet News Headlines for July 30, 2013.

@New York Post
Woman fight false Equifax Credit report for two years, win $18.6 Million for her troubles.

@Drudge Report
Gitmo detainees can't get enough "FIfty Shades of Grey"...

@New York Times
Pentagon Report foresees continued support for Afghanistan.

@The Associated Press
New Jersey magnets 50-year sentence for fatal baseball.

@CNN Politics
Steele rip Republican party-building efforts.

@HuffPost Politics
Trayvon Martin outcry gives new life to bill to end racial profiling.

@Reuters Business
Cost Controls help Pfizer, Merck weather weak quarter.
Morgan Stanley fined for selling exotic funds to unwary investors

@Unreality TV
Adam Lambert joins forces with Avicii. Takes Inspiration from Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

Katy Perry announces new album "PRISM"  with some help from Pal Adam Lambert. (Grace's Side Note: Wow, Katy!!! Love it!!!)

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Tweet News: July 27, 2013

Good Afternoon, Cyber Zombies,

The Tweet News Headlines for July 27, 2013.

Kate Middleton a fit role model for new moms.

The Muslim cleric and Mohammed ElBaradei, who backed President Morsi's condemn Cairo deaths.

@HuffPost Politics
FAA certifies first 2 types of drones for civilian use.

@NY Financial
US Stocks erase losses as investors weigh profits, data.

Bloomberg still claiming $700 million City Time Fraud Mess was awesome.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Tweet News: July 26, 2013

Good Afternoon, Cyber Zombies,

The Tweet News Headlines for July 26, 2013.

@Fox New Insider
Breaking News: Cleveland Kidnapper avoids Death Penalty with Guilty Plea.

@The Hollywood Reporter
Idol Judge Update: Jennifer Lopez, Will.I.Am among contenders

DEA agents descend on Washington State Pot dispensaries

@Guardian Express
Adam Lambert in Glee, iHeart, and followed by Glamberts.

Why won't NSA Defenders publish their phone records?

@CBS News
U.S to Russia: We won't seek death penalty for Edward Snowden.
Lincoln Memorial Vandalized

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Tweet News: July 25, 2013

Good Afternoon, Cyber Zombies,

The Tweet News Headlines for July 25, 2013.

Breaking: Coast Guard says fire is out at Natural Gas well off Louisiana coast, hours

@Drudge Report
Weiner admits to three cyber-trysts since resigning from Congress.

Rep. Mike Pompeo say NSA's Metadata Program is a result of the "Government is supposed...."

@CNN Politics
Pelosi blasts Weiner, Filner: Do your therapy in private.

@Yahoo Canada Music
Allision Iraheta & Halo Circus sign a record deal.

Pope Francis blasted selfishness and corruption during his visit to Brazilian slum today.

@Breaking News
Dallas Cowboys sell stadium naming right to AT&T; venue will be AT&T Stadium.

@HuffPost Politics
Obama reacts to Spain train tragedy.

Google Boss has amazing $15 million sex fortress.

@Atlantic Wire
Death toll in the syrian civil tops 100,000 with even more refugees.

Julian Assange launches Wikileaks Party in Australia.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Tweet News: July 16, 2012

Good Evening, Cyber Zombies,

The Tweet News Headlines for July 16, 2013.

@NY1 News
City enters third heat wave of the summer.

@The Atlantic Wire
James Franco to appear on several episode of 'The Mindy Project'.

@The Telegraph
Stevie Wonder "will boycott Florida" after George Zimmerman Verdict.

@Business Insider
Why you can't trust calorie count labels.

@CNN Politics
NAACP petition gets one million signature for Zimmerman Charges.

@Entertainment Focus
News: Adam Lambert to team up with Queen again.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Tweet News: July 9, 2013

Good Afternoon, Cyber Zombies,

The Tweet News Headlines for Tuesday July 9, 2013.

Playstation boss is feeling good about the PS4.

@Hollywood Reporter
Adam Lambert's Next Album: All 80's Cover?

@NY1 News
Moblie food market plans fresh route through the Bronx.

@NPR News
Teresa Heinz Kerry improving.

IMF cuts Global Growth Outlook

@Drudge Report
Peyser: Can Silda Spitzer stay away.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Open Letter to Congress

Dear Members of Congress,
            We write to express our concern about recent reports published in the Guardian and the Washington Post, and acknowledged by the Obama Administration, which reveal secret spying by the National Security Agency (NSA) on phone records and Internet activity of people in the United States.

The Washington Post and the Guardian recently published reports based on information provided by an intelligence contractor showing how the NSA and the FBI are gaining broad access to data collected by nine of the leading U.S. Internet companies and sharing this information with foreign governments. As reported, the U.S. government is extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents, and connection logs that enable analysts to track a person's movements and contacts over time. As a result, the contents of communications of people both abroad and in the U.S. can be swept in without any suspicion of crime or association with a terrorist organization.
Leaked reports also published by the Guardian and confirmed by the Administration reveal that the NSA is also abusing a controversial section of the PATRIOT Act to collect the call records of millions of Verizon customers. The data collected by the NSA includes every call made, the time of the call, the duration of the call, and other "identifying information" for millions of Verizon customers, including entirely domestic calls, regardless of whether those customers have ever been suspected of a crime. The Wall Street Journal has reported that other major carriers, including AT&T and Sprint, are subject to similar secret orders.
This type of blanket data collection by the government strikes at bedrock American values of freedom and privacy. This dragnet surveillance violates the First and Fourth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, which protect citizens' right to speak and associate anonymously, guard against unreasonable searches and seizures, and protect their right to privacy.
We are calling on Congress to take immediate action to halt this surveillance and provide a full public accounting of the NSA's and the FBI's data collection programs.

We call on Congress to immediately and publicly:
1. Enact reform this Congress to Section 215 of the USA
PATRIOT Act, the state secrets privilege, and the FISA Amendments Act to
 make clear that blanket surveillance of the Internet activity and phone
 records of any person residing in the U.S. is prohibited by law and
that violations can be reviewed in adversarial proceedings before a
public court.

2. Create a special committee to investigate, report, and
 reveal to the public the extent of this domestic spying. This committee
 should create specific recommendations for legal and regulatory reform
to end unconstitutional surveillance.

3. Hold accountable those public officials who are found to be responsible for this unconstitutional surveillance.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Web Alert: Restore the Fourth Amendment

Monday, July 1, 2013

Fall Fashion Sneak Preview 2013

Cushion Leopard-Print Flat comes out  in Campaign 18 (Late-August 2013).