The FBI, or Federal Bureau of Investigation, allows U.S. citizens and lawfully admitted aliens to request records. Two acts the Freedom of Information Act, also known as FOIA, and the Privacy Act make these requests possible. If the FBI has a file on you, you are allowed to request that file. Via eHow
A movie about the early life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs premiered Friday night at the Sundance Film Festival to mixed reviews, with some critics saying it presents a fawning, one-sided portrait of the late tech icon. Via CNN
About 2,000 people were inside the club when the fire broke out – double the maximum capacity of 1,000, said Guido de Melo, a state fire official. Panicked crowds pushed toward the exits as fire swept through a packed nightclub in southern Brazil early Sunday. Hundreds didn’t escape in time from the Kiss nightclub in Santa Maria. The blaze killed at least 232 people Via CNN
AppleInsider is reporting that Apple will debut the 4G LTE-equipped iPhone 5 with 36 new carriers around the world next week, a significant expansion into countries where the super-fast data speeds are not currently available.
North Korea continued its barrage of fiery rhetoric Friday, warning South Korea of “strong physical countermeasures” if Seoul takes part in new U.N. sanctions aimed at punishing Pyongyang for a December rocket launch.
“Sanctions mean war and a declaration of war against us,” the Committee for Peaceful Unification of the Fatherland said in a statement carried by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency. Via CBS NEWS