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Documents classified “secret and confidential” usually makes us want to learn more. This is especially so with military records. Fold3 has confidential correspondence of the Navy from 1919-1927. That’s an interesting time-frame. Now you can review these formerly classified communications of the U.S. Navy during World War I, the immediate postwar years, and the first […]

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Sandy on April 22nd, 2011

Six documents were declassified last week as part of the work of the National Declassification Center (NDC), regarding  secret writing as described in the documentation. The NDC was established within the National Archives at the direction of the President in 2009 with the task of reviewing more than 400 million pages of records by year […]

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This is one of my rare technology posts and a real shocker. It concerns privacy issues raised today the the Guardian (British) newspaper about a file on iPhone that stores locations, coordinates and timestamps, of owners movements. This file has only recently been discovered. The iPhone apparently keeps a track of every detail of your […]

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