Freedom

Republicans Under Criticism For Pushing A Bill To Allow Internet Providers To Sell Your Browsing History

March 30, 2017 Ryan Grenoble, Huff Post 1

Republicans in the House and the Senate voted nearly unanimously to pass a bill that will allow ISP providers such as Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner, and Verizon to sell your browsing history and other personal data that may include your Social Security number, passwords, and health information. You can protect your privacy by subscribing to a virtual private network (VPN). […]

Globalism

Accidents Involving Driverless Cars are Blamed On Humans. Could That Be To Protect Car Makers from Liability?

March 30, 2017 David Knight, InfoWars 0

An Uber driverless car in Tempe, AZ was involved in a high-speed crash that is being blamed on another car driven by a human. Experimental ‘driverless’ cars still have people behind the wheel because they have to override the robot every .8 miles. Every 100 to 200 miles, they have a potential for a $5000 accident or a traffic fatality. (Note: the first 2:20 minutes are advertisements.) […]

Kakistocracy

The Military Is Planning To Alter Humans Through Artificial Intelligence And The ‘Hive Mind’

Dr. Robert Duncan, an insider at DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) reveals what the military is doing in the name of ‘cybernetics’, which is the science of controlling humans as machines. Topics covered will astound you – mind control, transhumanism, and the development of a new species – but everything discussed is real and actually under development. […]

Technocracy

Your Utility Company Is Spying On You And Selling Information On Your Activities To Corporations, Governments, And … Who Else?

Jerry Day analyzes a sales video for a software program that enables utility companies to collect data on the minute-by-minute activities of their customers. It creates personal profiles on energy users to be sold to anyone willing to pay for it, which means anyone who can benefit from it. None of this is for the benefit of those being spied upon. […]

Technocracy

FBI Collects Facial-Recognition Images From 18 States’ Motor Vehicle Departments

March 26, 2017 Mark Jones, Komando 2

In a US Congressional hearing, the FBI came under attack from both sides of the aisle for its use of facial-recognition software, because that violates citizen privacy and can lead to arrests of innocent people. An official says that only criminal mugshots are collected, but it is known that the FBI also collects images from driver’s licenses, passports, visas, and security videos. The agency now is seeking to access all state databases that have photos, and these contain images of about half the US adult population. […]

Technocracy

WikiLeaks Releases Documents On #Vault7 “Dark Matter’. Reveals Non-Removable CIA Hacks To Apple Products

March 26, 2017 RT 0

WikiLeaks documents show that the CIA has hacking tools to attack Apple Mac and iPhone firmware, which is that part of computer memory intended to remain unchanged and, therefore, not available for software applications. Spyware inside firmware is difficult to delete even if the operating system is reinstalled. The CIA can infect factory-fresh iPhones and operate them remotely, including taking files, address books, text messages, and call logs. [But don’t worry. This is to fight terrorism, right?] […]

Technocracy

Judge Nap: Obama Used A British Spy Agency To Surveil Trump

March 14, 2017 Judge Napolitano, Fox News 0

US: The House Intelligence Committee is asking for proof of Trump’s claim that Obama ‘wiretapped’ Trump Towers before the election. Judge Napolitano at Fox News says that the President is allowed to put someone under surveillance without cause or a warrant, but it would leave ‘fingerprints’. However, three intelligence-agency sources told Fox News that Obama bypassed the NSA, CIA, FBI, and Justice Department and, instead, used GCHQ, the British version of the CIA, which has full access to the NSA database. The government agent who ordered the surveillance resigned from office three days after Trump became President. […]

Technocracy

Google’s New Tool For Censoring “Toxic” Comments

February 26, 2017 Paul Joseph Watson 0

Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is introducing its new software, ‘Perspective,’ that uses artificial intelligence to detect “toxic” comments so that they may be censored. Mainstream media often censors comments because studies show that the comments under an article have more influence on a reader than the article itself […]