A disturbing item of news was sent to me recently entitled âPolice scrutiny of mobile device data raises concernsâ. It appeared in North CarolinaâsÂ âNews Observerâ claiming that civil liberties advocates are worried that advances in mobile phone technology have opened a door for police in North Carolina to snoop on people without the standard [...]
This article supposedly written by a âcopâ has been making the rounds over the Internet over the last few years (since 2001) and has appeared on another local media site a few days ago so I thought I would investigate the claims which at first sight appear to be sound advice.
The version below began as [...]
iNews Cayman received a copy of a bill a local man, Dennis Warren Jr., has just received for the amount of $29,000 in connection with a legal case over whether the RCIPS had the rights to enter his home. Mr. Warren believed the the police did not have the lawful right to go into his [...]
Now we have a fuel strike.
Whatâs that you say? âNo we donâtâ?
But people are joining huge queues at the gas stations, or petrol stations or whatever you prefer to call them. There have been stories of fights and squabbles on the forecourts. Stores are running out of jerry cans.
But no strike.
OK, the union that [...]
Paul McGowan (PS Audio)
If you own a CD it is perfectly legal to sell that CD. Â Itâs your property.
It is also perfectly legal for you to make a copy of that CD for your own use on your iPod, a server or computer. Â You do not have the legal right to copy the CD and [...]
Thankfully, it is a rare occurrence for Cayman Airways to be involved in accidents, especially hitting an obstacle. Last Friday (30) I received a message around lunchtime that a Cayman Airways plane had âcrashedâ into a building at the Montego Bay Airport, Jamaica upon landing. The report came via a third party from one of [...]
Lamar Smith, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, is currently presiding over a hearing on new guidelines for immigration detention in the USA that were issued last month and are now beginning to go into effect.
If you think the way the immigration department treat detainees here is bad, in the USA, it would appear [...]
Palmistry is the practice of telling fortunes from the lines, marks, and patterns on the palms of the hands. Palmistry is also called chiromancy, palm-reading, chirology, or hand-analysis. Palmistry originated in ancient India. It was said to be practiced by the Brahmins of Ancient India. Palmistry can be regarded as a part of Astrology. Records [...]
My friends at Care2 ( www.care2.com) sent me this interesting article by Katie Waldeck on some interesting uses for mustard.
Katie is a freelance writer focused on pets, food and womenâs issues. A Chicago native and longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest, Katie now lives in Oakland, California.
Mustardâs history as a condiment probably dates back to [...]