Posts Tagged ‘FBI’

FBI program7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, Fukaya A Room, Fremont Main Library

Here is your chance to find out anything you’ve been curious about the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Come and ask FBI representatives about identity protection, fraud prevention, cyber safety awareness, things you’d like to know about the FBI and how it operates.  The program starts at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, in the Fukaya A Room of the Fremont Main Library.  The library is wheelchair accessible.  An ASL interpreter will be provided for this program if requested at least seven days in advance.  Contact voice 510-745-1401 or TDD 888-663-0660.


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While computers are so much part of our lives, offer us and our children essential resources to explore and learn now, we have to remember that the Internet can be a very vulnerable place for our children too.  With that in mind, we’d like to share a publication from the FBI that provides parents with resources, tips and answers to better understanding of Internet safety.

This publication is a MUST read for all parents.

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Earlier today a friend pointed me to the FBI Freedom of Information Act website’s linked FBI file on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. This lead me to a most interesting hunting trip through the website. You see, they have some of their most requested documents made into .pdfs for all to access. A few of the more interesting items you will find linked below. Why not pop by and see what you can find?

What did I find?
* The file on Desi Arnez

* Lucille Ball’s testimony at the 1953 House Select Committee on Un-American Activities hearings.

* Files pertaining to the Beatles.

* Research on the topic of ESP

* Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In

* The original Roswell 1 page teletype

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