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from RB:

By: ABEX_TRADER1
25 Apr 2006, 04:27 PM EDT
Msg. 19870 of 19883
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BIG SECTOR NEWS!Today it was announced that Port Security would be updated and that they would have every employee wearing tamper proof badges in addition to other mmeasures.

This I heard on the loccal news driving home just now.

I don't know who does badges,,but they will make a lot off this and when the sector moves so does any issue in it.

I think this co. will announce a contract soon.

Seeing that "TAMPER PROOF" is this cos. most important aspect and they do have the SOTA it will need to be looked at for prdts..

I am jazzed and will be adding even more tomorrow.

This just might go to the cent level.The trading is really starting to pick up I see after getting back in.


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check out:

http://www.ddsi-cpc.com/prodIDonDemand.htm

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Should've picked up more today, I've got a feeling were gonna see .0005 tomorrow. I think the sector alone attracts a lot of attention (Homeland Security). If we can keep the numbers rolling then interest will increase immensely.
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This is in my opinion, the best .000X Subpenny out there
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I alway kick myself when I should have bought more. Nice gain and nice volume. Lets hear a tidbit of what could be in the works, just a little info would be such a boost for this stock and knock the MM's on their heels. Go DDSI Looking forward to a big day tomorrow as well.
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Port Workers to Undergo Background Checks

Tuesday April 25, 2006 7:46 PM


AP Photo LA103

By LARA JAKES JORDAN

Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - Answering criticism about security gaps at U.S. seaports, the Bush administration said Tuesday it will conduct background checks on an estimated 400,000 port workers to ensure they do not pose a terrorist threat.

Names of employees who work in the most sensitive areas of ports will be matched against government terror watch lists and immigration databases, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said. Additionally, the Homeland Security Department will issue tamper-free identification cards to roughly 750,000 workers - including truckers and rail employees - who have unrestricted access to ports.

The added scrutiny, however, will not immediately include a criminal background check for workers, although Chertoff said that might happen in the future. The Transportation Security Administration - and not the FBI - will conduct the background checks, he said.

``We may expand the number of databases,'' Chertoff said. ``Our first step is to do terrorists watch lists and immigration status.''

The new safeguards are part of what Chertoff called a ``ring of security'' around U.S. ports.

``We're going to focus on those who could potentially be the greatest risk to our security,'' he said at a news conference in Washington.

The Bush administration has been under fire for months about what critics call gaping holes in security measures at ports, which were highlighted after a Dubai company's purchase of a British firm gave it control of six American ports. An outcry in the Congress led the Dubai company, DP World, to decide to sell the U.S. operations to an American firm.

Democrats have lambasted Homeland Security for failing to screen and inspect all cargo that enter the United States at seaports.

At a separate news conference earlier, Democrats pushed for legislation by Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., which would provide $185 million more in port security funding as part of a massive spending bill the Senate is considering. That legislation also would require that Homeland Security submit a plan to Congress laying out how it would accomplish 100 percent scanning of cargo containers within five years.

Homeland Security treats port security like a ``neglected stepchild,'' said Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.

Chertoff bristled at the suggestion that port security is not a priority. He said the administration has proposed up to $9 billion in spending to protect ports through the Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection and state grants.

Two-thirds of all containers will undergo radiation screening for nuclear materials by the year's end, and 80 percent of cargo entering the United States comes from foreign ports with rigorous inspection standards, he said.

But Chertoff said it was impossible to physically inspect every single cargo container without snarling port commerce.airplane,'' he said. ``In theory, that would make us safe. I think that it would destroy the airline industry. So we're not going to strip search people, everybody getting on an airplane, and I don't think it's wise to physically inspect every container.''


This is all we could ask for right here!

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http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/business/267883_ports25.html

check out this article that came out today.

here are some excerpts....

Teamsters cast port security as a workers' issue Monday, rallying at the Port of Seattle's Terminal 46 with other unions as passing truck drivers and train engineers sounded their horns in support.

At issue were some well-gnawed bones of contention, including the low inspection rates of empty cargo containers and the lack of background checks for truck drivers and others with access to port properties.

"We can't trust the shipping lines and we can't trust the expeditors," said Al Hobart, president of Teamsters Joint Council 28. "We have to inspect the containers -- all it takes is one of the containers in one of these ports to blow sky high."

Port of Seattle Chief Executive Mic Dinsmore told the U.S. Senate earlier this month that "the rate at which containers are screened is abysmal." Roughly 5 percent of all containers are inspected nationwide and in Seattle, whether by hand or by machine.


Expected as early as this week is an announcement about the Transportation Worker Identification Credential program, a post-Sept. 11, 2001, security measure that seeks to better control access to harbors, rail yards, airports and other cargo transit areas terrorists might target. The ID card program could affect as many as 6 million people.

Transportation Security Administration and Coast Guard officials have refused to discuss details of the plan before it is unveiled.

The ID cards, which are supported by the unions, the Port of Seattle, and the Washington Trucking Association, could bar illegal immigrants and people convicted of certain crimes.

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Hi everyone, long time viewer first time posting.


I was reading a reuters report on ddsi on that came out on 4/23/06 here is a screenshot


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go ddsi!

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oh and i wont pretend i'm not new to stocks, and i have no idea what the numbers mean, hope its good.
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You're in good company looseleaf. I'm fumbling and bumbling around myself. Most of the charts are like trying to read airplane evacuation instructions in Chinese. Couldn't do it if my life depended on it.

Anyhow, welcome, nice DD...I think. [Smile]

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Reason for heavy buying??? today in the end obviously because of this news...
http://www.securityinfowatch.com/online/The-Latest/Port-Workers-to-Undergo-Backg round-Checks/8023SIW306


April 25th, 2006 02:55 PM EDT
Port Workers to Undergo Background Checks
Bush administration says it will have background checks conducted on an estimated 400,000
The Latest from SIW
Port Workers to Undergo Background Checks

Bush administration says it will have background checks conducted on an estimated 400,000

New Study Looks at Link Between Security Alarms and Burglars

50 persistent burglars 'felt security features were rarely enough to deter them''

Delta Airlines: Atlanta Airport Security Glitch Costly

The Security Week That Was: A Recap - April 15-21, 2006

Doing Security's Missionary Work

Suspicious Device Shuts Down Atlanta Airport Security Checkpoints
By LARA JAKES JORDAN
Associated Press Writer

Answering criticism about security gaps at U.S. seaports, the Bush administration said Tuesday it will conduct background checks on an estimated 400,000 port workers to ensure they do not pose a terrorist threat.

Names of employees who work in the most sensitive areas of ports will be matched against government terror watch lists and immigration databases, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said. Additionally, the Homeland Security Department will issue tamper-free identification cards to roughly 750,000 workers - including truckers and rail employees - who have unrestricted access to ports.

The added scrutiny, however, will not immediately include a criminal background check for workers, although Chertoff said that might happen in the future. The Transportation Security Administration - and not the FBI - will conduct the background checks, he said.

"We may expand the number of databases," Chertoff said. "Our first step is to do terrorists watch lists and immigration status."

The new safeguards are part of what Chertoff called a "ring of security" around U.S. ports.

"We're going to focus on those who could potentially be the greatest risk to our security," he said at a news conference in Washington.

The Bush administration has been under fire for months about what critics call gaping holes in security measures at ports, which were highlighted after a Dubai company's purchase of a British firm gave it control of six American ports. An outcry in the Congress led the Dubai company, DP World, to decide to sell the U.S. operations to an American firm.

Democrats have lambasted Homeland Security for failing to screen and inspect all cargo that enter the United States at seaports.

At a separate news conference earlier, Democrats pushed for legislation by Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., which would provide $185 million more in port security funding as part of a massive spending bill the Senate is considering. That legislation also would require that Homeland Security submit a plan to Congress laying out how it would accomplish 100 percent scanning of cargo containers within five years.

Homeland Security treats port security like a "neglected stepchild," said Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.

Chertoff bristled at the suggestion that port security is not a priority. He said the administration has proposed up to $9 billion in spending to protect ports through the Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection and state grants.

Two-thirds of all containers will undergo radiation screening for nuclear materials by the year's end, and 80 percent of cargo entering the United States comes from foreign ports with rigorous inspection standards, he said.

But Chertoff said it was impossible to physically inspect every single cargo container without snarling port commerce.

"To call for all physical inspection of every container is like saying were going to strip search everybody who gets on an airplane," he said. "In theory, that would make us safe. I think that it would destroy the airline industry. So we're not going to strip search people, everybody getting on an airplane, and I don't think it's wise to physically inspect every container."

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Associated Press writer Donna De la Cruz contributed to this report.

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How high is this expected to go ?
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once we hit .0005 its believed it will run to .001.
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.0005 is the key. That is the 200 day moving average.
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LooseLeaf,

Good job and good DD with the article. I hadn't seen that yet. Welcome to Allstocks and good luck!

In my opinion you have picked a good stock to start your posting with!

GLTA!

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Does anyone know if this company is government funded at all?
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level 2 6 x 0.0003 of 6 x 0.0004
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Bring on the .0005's
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Holy crap! UBSS just raised their ask to 0.0005, almost amazing!

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The best to all longs and newcomers. Spread the word fellow shareholders. The more that know about DDSI the better. We need a 1.5 to 2 billion share volume day to break out big. JMHO. [Smile] [Cool] [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by databig:
i know along time ago when i talked to Mr. Shupin he said they could not talk about contracts with the type of busniess they are in but we would not be disappointed in the progress they will make, if they are making money they have contracts.

SEA GIRT, N.J., April 20, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Digital Descriptor Systems, Inc. (Pink Sheets:DDSI), an industry leader in the development of Homeland Security-related products, announced audited results for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2005. Record revenues grew more than 800 percent, to $3,335,631, from the 2004 year end report of $412,052. Gross profit rose 506 percent, to $2,226,727, from $367,270 for fiscal 2004.

I think this should be a post to start out every DDSI day.

Rock of the Marne!!!

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7 x 0.0003 of 5 x 0.0004 49 million
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Make that over 100 million. I can't keep track. Trading so fast!
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40 million shares just were bought * 0.0004 (ask). [Smile]

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I agree with those who think we could easily pop to .001 in the next couple of days if we see .0005.

IMHO, it' could also go a lot higher. We popped to .003 about 5 monhths ago - it was right after they released quarterly reports. Just like right now.

I'm holding until the mid .002'S and the other half very long term.

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OK, a litte shake - no big deal. More for us.

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the wall is thick at 4

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Thick. It's only going up from here imho.

Too much good news. And the financials look too strong.

Is there any reason this stock isn't trading at a penny right now?

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quote:
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Thick. It's only going up from here imho.

Too much good news. And the financials look too strong.

Is there any reason this stock isn't trading at a penny right now?

Maybe because of the business they are in they are required to keep thier clients confidental because of the security factor?

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IMO that is precisely our predicament. Once this catches on with the investment community, perhaps this position will move better.

Because of the security factor, DDSI could not release a PR announcing new contracts or they would compromise the deal.

It will be interesting to see what the CEO comes up with to get around this issue when relating to the company's investors. [Cool]

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Thick. It's only going up from here imho.

Too much good news. And the financials look too strong.

Is there any reason this stock isn't trading at a penny right now?

Maybe because of the business they are in they are required to keep thier clients confidental because of the security factor?

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seeing any hint of 0005's coming yet???
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financials for march 06 will tell us how they have cashed in on all this port security hype.
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Well, it's easy enough: You just say that you have finalized a deal "with a large organization." And you disclose the amount of money it will bring in.....but not exactly what or to whom you sold.

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Volume seems to be picking up at .0004.
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A lot of 9 mil blocks going through at 0004. Wont be long!!!
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