Monthly Archives: October 2012

Creepy Cameraman Reemerges as "Surveillance Camera Man"

The creepy cameraman we saw last month entering a college and video recording into random classrooms reemerged as “surveillance camera man” where he continues to wreak havoc on random citizens on the streets in what appears to be Seattle. And while he does come across as creepy in many instances, …

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Miami-Dade Police Sued Over Failing to Provide Public Records for my Case

Robert Chandler, the Florida public records specialist who has been assisting me in my case against the Miami-Dade Police Department, including uncovering the fact that its Homeland Security Bureau had been monitoring my Facebook page before my arrest, has sued the department over failing to produce public records in a …

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Celebrity Photog Facing Year in Jail Over Topless Duchess Photos

A celebrity photographer who snapped topless photos of a member of the British Royal Family is now facing arrest under France’s strict privacy laws. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton was sunbathing at a private chateau last month with her husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, when a photographer stood on …

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The Future of PINAC is Here … and You can be Part of It

After sifting through hundreds of WordPress themes over several weeks and not finding anything I liked, I pulled out a paper, pen and ruler and drew up the site the way I envisioned, using the best elements from a combination of available themes and corporate media sites that I had …

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Gawker Outs Redditor Over Sexually Suggestive Photos

Reddit, the aggregating site that allows pretty much anything posted on its pages, has banned users from posting links to Gawker after the news site threatened to – and eventually did – identify a contributor known for posting sexually suggestive photos of women on the streets, including some of underage …

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