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Privacy Issues & Open Lines

In the first half of Sunday's show, author and motivational speaker David Essel exposed the myth of positive thinking. Self-realization, and the real "secret to success" requires much more than positive thinking, affirmations or vision boards, he argued. In the latter half, comparative mythologist David Talbott and Australian physicist Wallace Thornhill updated their lifelong investigation of "the Electric Universe" that offers a revolutionary view of the cosmos.

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Privacy Issues & Open Lines

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Date: Friday - December 28, 2007
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Open Lines, Andrew Colarik

Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed author and consultant Andrew Colarik, who commented on various privacy-related issues during the first two hours of Friday's show.

Colarik spoke about the domestic satellite surveillance program, which he said was on hold until Homeland Security and Congress finalize a legal framework for it.

Colarik also discussed RFID chips in drivers' licenses. According to a recent story, this technology will broadcast the identity of motorists to any chip-reading sensor within a range of thirty feet. Colarik expressed concern that devices which openly broadcast a person's data could lead to identity theft and data usage problems.

The last half of the program featured Open Lines, with several callers voicing their opinions on privacy and rights issues.

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Bumper music from Friday December 28, 2007

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