Pricking the Filter Bubble

Source: The Corbett Report July 27, 2018 James Corbett Recommended videos. Tailored newsfeeds. Personalized search results. Know it or not, we are increasingly living in filter bubbles that are being determined by algorithms we know nothing about. Worse than that, we are increasingly retreating into the online echo chamber bubbles …


5G: Harmful effects of a new technology

Source: No More Fake News March 26, 2018 by Jon Rappoport * See “5G Radiation Dangers—11 Reasons To Be Concerned,” by Lloyd Burrell (twitter), at Well worth a read. * Of course, read Patrick Wood’s (twitter) instant classic, Technocracy Rising, which explains the hidden agenda of Globalism in the …

Smart Grid

Who Will Smart Meters Make Smarter?

Source: counterpunch March 15, 2018 by Jack Dresser Mundane utilities do not evoke passion among political activists. But the routine, everyday, and habitual create our greatest vulnerabilities. Psychologically set on automatic, these bypass conscious choice and self-protective scrutiny. Therein lies their potential power. Edward Snowden’s data dump exposed an ambient …


In 2014, One In 10 U.S. Cell/Grid Towers Violated RF Radiation Rules; Telecom Companies, Elected Officials Determined To Add Millions More — This Is 5G

Source: Activist Post March 6, 2018 By B.N. Frank On October 2. 2014, The Wall Street Journal published, “Cellphone Boom Spurs Antenna-Safety Worries.” If you aren’t a WSJ subscriber, you will only have access to the first 2 paragraphs of the article. The antennas fueling the nation’s cellphone boom are …

Net Neutrality

The Big Con: The Truth Behind Net Neutrality and Why the Sky Is Not Falling

Source: The Daily Bell December 16, 2017 By The Daily Bell Staff December 14th marked the end of the internet. At least, that is what the media, social networks… and lobbyists would have you believe. Net neutrality has dominated the media cycle lately. But why? Why would the repeal of …

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Net Neutrality

Jeffrey Tucker Bids Farewell to Net Neutrality

Source: The Corbett Report November 27, 2017 James Corbett Jeffrey Tucker of joins us again to discuss his latest article, “Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition.” We explore the details of the net neutrality discussion that is being ignored by nearly everyone, including how the corporatocracy actually favours net neutrality …

Internet of Things

The “Internet of Things” Is Sending Us Back To The Middle Ages

Source: Activist Post September 7, 2017 Joshua A.T. Fairfield Internet-enabled devices are so common, and so vulnerable, that hackers recently broke into a casino through its fish tank. The tank had internet-connected sensors measuring its temperature and cleanliness. The hackers got into the fish tank’s sensors and then to the …


Who’s Afraid of the Internet? Elites panic as information control flounders

by James Corbett Do you want the good news first or the bad news? Alright, here’s the bad news: Google is about to start ranking sites according to their conformity with mainstream opinion. Or at least that’s what the headlines would have you believe. The usual sources in the controlled …



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