Tuesday, April 23, 2013

REDUX: E-Verify substitution bill, CISPA & More

House bill would replace H-2A, E-Verify programs
Immigration reforms that would replace H-2A visas with an agricultural guest worker program under the U.S. Department of Agriculture would provide growers with a stable, legal work force for the first time in decades, produce leaders say.


Here is second life for news that matters:

Boston Marathon Coverage

PLS Retweet : #CISPA is back and some are using Boston as an excuse to pass it: #p2 http://bit.ly/120cjN7 

Boston Police Chief: Facial Recognition Tech Didn't Help Find Bombing Suspects

'They were set up, FBI followed them for years' - Tsarnaevs' mother to RT

DIY Government 

TSA Accepting Public Comments on Whole Body Airport Screening

 Coast Guard Begins TWIC Public Hearings on Proposed Reader Rule

Cybersecurity and Privacy

"Legislation, stealth technologies, and emerging data privacy markets are proving that the battle for our Internet privacy has only just begun" - Dan Tynan 

U.S. employees set to be forced to give bosses their Facebook PASSWORDS

CISPA passes house, Internet advocates regroup

Invasion Of Privacy? RFID Tracking Gordon County Kids On Georgia School Buses

Floridians rebel against Obama use of spy drones

UK Surveillance Society: Met Police Spying On 57,000 People A Year

Smart Metering? FERC Proposes to Adopt New Cyber Security Standards

App, case turns iPhone into on-the-spot biometric scanner

Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) Elects New Leadership for 2013

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