“The Patent Office is kind of a funny place,” said Thomas Franklin, a partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP. “We have this manual of patenting examining procedure, and it’s 1,500 pages long. They tell us everything: All their criterion in excruciating detail. But there is no mention in this huge book of this SAWS program. It’s completely off the [record].”
Franklin speaks of the March 2006 accidentally-leaked program entitled Sensitive Application Warning System (SAWS), which has been very infrequently mentioned by those who work in (or with) the US Patent & Trademark Office. Patent applications “retire” in the SAWS program for an extensive number of reasons, which Franklin calls “astonishingly vague.” This can involve such applications of “broad” or “pioneering scope,” “seemingly frivolous or silly subject matter,” or applications “dealing with inventions, which, if issued, would potentially generate unwanted media coverage (i.e., news, blogs, forums).”
Thank you once again, Dr Steven Greer from the movie, Sirius, for your courage to continually expose areas in our world that are out of integrity –you are my hero! In a report from his website (www.SiriusDisclosure.com), it is uncovered that in order to protect their fiscal investments, SAWS was created to deliberately impede the progress of technology on our planet and to keep us in the “dark ages” using fossil fuels and laying wire for electricity (rather than using free energy per Tesla, for example).
Hoodwinked by the Small Business Administration
What to do, what to do…? (shaking head back and forth looking down with frowned lips of disgust). Can you believe the Small Business Administration (SBA) is a front for the wealthy? I sure can! The best part is that they too cannot stay hidden in the shadows while all the solar flares from Father Sun blasts Light (literally and energetically) into all the nooks & crannies of our beloved planet: Nothing out of integrity will survive.
With a name like SBA and with its mission of helping Americans build their small companies, it should have been the perfect advocate for the underdog to get up and running. However, a recent report from government watchdog, Open the Books, states “SBA puts taxpayers on the hook for billions of dollars’ worth of loans to luxury businesses, exclusive clubs, big corporations, and well-heeled investment firms.”
I must admit, I am so grateful for my new position as news editor here at Golden Age of Gaia, because the more I learn about the depth and breadth of scandals around our world, the quicker I can do my part in helping heal them. In other words, in order for our world to change, we must know what needs to be changed. So the more corruption I can reveal and bring to the surface of our awareness, then the more we, as a society, can face, release, and change it. How can we change what we do not know? While these revelations often sting, staying oblivious to them is far worse, in my book!
Hackers just don’t quit, do they?
Last week, I posted an article regarding Target’s problems of being hacked and having to pay for millions of dollars in damages for bogus credit charges, and today Sony feels their wrath. “Working through the high-speed network at the St Regis Bangkok –whether from a guest room, a public area like the lobby, or a separate location is unknown– the hackers began leaking confidential Sony data to the Internet… in a hack that many experts say heralds a dangerous new era in cybersecurity.”
“Who” attacked Sony is still unknown, and the “why” certainly is yet to be determined. But experts say it may simply be a “righteous act,” designed to embarrass Sony rather than a monetary gain for the hackers.
A previously unknown hacktivist group called Guardians of Peace have stated that they are responsible. According to John Hultquist, senior manager of cyber-espionage threat intelligence at iSight Partners Inc, a cybersecurity company based in Dallas, the hackers may be creating a hacktivist profile to hide their real identities, given they have no prior history. He further stated this was an increasingly common approach with groups trying to cover their tracks.
Even if your current situation is heavy, know that this too shall pass! Until next time….
We Are All One