On this day in 2015, polygraph critic Doug Williams began serving a 2-year prison sentence after he was entrapped by federal agents for teaching people how to pass or beat a polygraph "test." It was a grave injustice. For background, see: bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-do

On this day in 2000, AntiPolygraph.org first went online.

are aware of the problem with their website and are working to fix it.

The website of the so-called “National Institute for Truth Verification,” which markets the pseudoscientific “Computer Voice Stress Analyzer” is presently offline : cvsa1.com

Tails, a live operating system relying on Tor that helps you to use the internet anonymously and circumvent censorship almost anywhere you go and on any computer, turns 10 today.

Happy birthday, Tails 🎂


If you or someone you know faces a “test,” our free book, The Lie Behind the Lie Detector will be of interest. It has chapters on polygraph validity (or lack thereof), policy, procedure, and countermeasures and is available in PDF, EPUB, and MOBI (Amazon Kindle) formats: antipolygraph.org/pubs.shtml


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