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A divided federal appeals court ruled today that the government does not need a probable-cause warrant to access mobile-phone subscribers’ cell-site information, a decision reversing lower court decisions that said the location data was protected by the Fourth Amendment. The 2-1 decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is the third federal appeals court to decide the privacy issue. Adding to the possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court might take up the topic, New Jersey’s high court two weeks ago ruled that warrants were required for the location data. All the while, two federal appellate courts have now taken the government’s position that court warrants are not required for the location data. And a third federal appellate court said judges had the option to demand warrants. All of which means some suspects are being convicted based on locational data of what towers their cellphones are pinging, and others are not, because some courts are requiring warrants.
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Have you ever tried getting a child to read books, magazines, anything? We all know that kids love playing on i-pads, tablets, and cell phones well now there are free apps to help them read better. Yes that's right apps. There are all types of pro-literacy programs and initiatives to help kids read better but most focus on getting a book in their hands. Let's face it the world we live in today has an app for this and an app for that and everything is practically digital. Just making a book available online is not exactly the answer. This is where the apps come in. There are free apps on ipads, ipohnes and android cellphones and tablets to help kids read, some are free. Join us to discuss how apps help kids learn to read.
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Yes, too much acidity in the body causes undue stress, overtaxing the organs of the body. And the high-tech environment, ie. cellphones and wifi gadgets, are responsible. Newer studies show just how unsafe electromagnetic radiation
from mobile telecommunications are. Talk about another major public health issue that we now have to deal with, yes, radiation sickness!
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