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TRACK SANTA’S FLIGHT AT NORAD’S SANTA SITE--OR ON YOUR FAVORITE SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES


December 24, 2011 (North Pole) -- For the 56th year, the U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command will be tracking the global flight of Santa Claus as he leaves the north pole and delivers presents around the world on Christmas Eve, December 24,  at www.noradsanta.com
 
This year, NORAD has gone high-tech, adding aps to track Santa via Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.  Children can also telephone Santa and fine pre-holiday games to play at the site.
 

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ANDERSON BILL TO BLUR GOOGLE EARTH IMAGES SPARKS NATIONAL CONTROVERSY

By Miriam Raftery March 18, 2009 (San Diego)--Assemblyman Joel Anderson (R-Alpine) has introduced AB 255, a bill that seeks to prevent terrorist acts by blurring online images of schools, government buildings, churches and medical facilities through Google Earth and other online aerial mapping technologies. The measure has drawn the attention of CNN News and sparked a debate among high-tech advocates in Silicon Valley.


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