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The FDA has approved the first digital pill

Source: Privacy Watch May 4, 2018 by Isabelle Z. It’s every thinking person’s worst nightmare: A digital pill. The prospect of ingesting risky pharmaceuticals combined with tracking microchips that transmit biological data from your body might sound like something we won’t need to worry about for a long time, but …

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Businesses will use facial biometrics to create their own watch lists

Source: MassPrivateI May 1, 2018 by mapi All across the country businesses are being encouraged to use facial recognition to identify everyone. Companies like DeepCam, have been been secretly working for three years, to create a facial recognition customer watch list system. “After three years in stealth mode, DeepCam has released Retail by …

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Bill Gates Funding Web of Satellites For Global Real-Time Surveillance

Image Credit: Version Daily Source: New Paradigm by Nicholas West The emergence of low-cost micro satellites has spawned a global surveillance arms race: the familiar problem-reaction-solution paradigm upon what all other arms races are built. It is a topic that I began covering last year when I detailed the little-known …

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All Your Data Are Belong to Them

Source: The Corbett Report April 14, 2018 James Corbett It’s shocking, shocking, I tell you! Apparently, and I’m just learning this from some breaking news headlines so bear with me, but apparently Facebook has not been on the up and up when it comes to protecting their users’ privacy. Incredible, …

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SCARY: Computer experts show how easy it is to hack off-the-shelf smart devices like baby monitors and home security cameras

Source: PrivacyWatch April 13, 2018 by Frances Bloomfield Is anyone truly secure in their home? That may not be the case in a world where bridges are being connected by rapidly improving technology. And with off-the-shelf smart devices becoming increasingly common features in homes, it seems that it’s easier than …

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Google’s File On You Could Be 10 Times Bigger Than Facebook’s – Here’s How You Can Download It

Source: Collective Evolution April 11, 2018 Arjun Walia The perception of Facebook is at an all time low, and they’re receiving a lot of bad press. Despite the fact that it’s probably well deserved, Facebook has still provided a great opportunity for free speech, the sharing of information we never …

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Smart meters cook us with thousands of microwave pulses every day, while collecting our private information for the utility company

Source: PrivacyWatch April 9, 2018 by Isabelle Z. If you have smart meters in your neighborhood – and there’s a good chance you do – you’re being cooked with thousands of microwave pulses every day. To add insult to injury, the devices are also collecting people’s private information and transmitting …

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Amazon patent admits it will listen in real-time for “trigger words” that could get you arrested and imprisoned

Source: New Paradigm April 10, 2018 by Lance D Johnson An Amazon patent, filed in June 12, 2017, reveals a massive conspiracy to spy on you using a “voice sniffer algorithm.” If approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, this artificial intelligence can be embedded inside Amazon devices, including the …

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New surveillance camera software allows law enforcement to identify groups of people in real-time

Source: MassPrivateI April 5, 2018 by mapi Imagine walking down a public street on your way to dinner with your family, now imagine police knowing exactly who you are and the names and ages of every family member. But wait it gets worse, because the surveillance doesn’t stop there. Once …

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Goodbye Facebook, and Screw You Too

Photo by paz.ca | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch March 30, 2018 by Christopher Ketcham I joined Facebook in 2014 at the urging of a friend of mine in Moab, Utah – of all places, Moab, an outpost in the desert – who had worked in marketing, political advertising, messaging …