Sharyl Attkisson filed a lawsuit against Rod Rosenstein for conducting illegal surveillance from 2011 to 2014 under a government operation. A forensic expert said that remote spies had access to Attkisson’s computer, files, photographs, internet activities, and could listen to her audio through Skype.
Verizon announced that its 5G cell towers will be turned ‘on’ for the first time in the US in parts of two cities, Minneapolis and Chicago. Trump is pushing 5G with the justification that the US is in competition with China to be the first country to use 5G systems to monitor and control all human activity.
China’s communist government is implementing a “social credit” scorecard in order to control more than a billion people. This is accomplished by surveillance using facial recognition, body scanning, and tracking. Smartphone apps monitor daily behavior. Anyone who is critical of the government will be classified as discredited. This is the goal of all collectivist systems.
EarthNow is producing a network of satellites, funded by Bill Gates, that can spy-cam every corner of the globe from space. They claim their purpose is to help “smart cities” become more efficient, assisting (mainstream) media in “telling stories”, illegal fishing crime watch, helping humanity understand its impact on the planet and more. Initially, governments and enterprise customers will have access. [What could possibly go wrong with real-time monitoring of everything by governments and other power brokers?]
Congressman Devin Nunes, leader of the House investigation into the NSA’s surveillance of the Trump presidential campaign, says that the FBI is not cooperating. In an explosive interview in front of the White House, he disclosed that private communications from the Trump team were picked up and disseminated within the government during the campaign. He says that he “cannot rule out” the possibility that Obama ordered the surveillance.