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Privacy

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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Surveillance State

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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Interventionism

5 Things You Should Know About US-led ‘One-Time’ Strikes On Syria

Source: The Last American Vagabond April 14, 2018 by RT Multiple targets in Syria were bombarded by the US, UK, and France in retaliation to what they said was an Assad-orchestrated chemical attack near Damascus. Here are the main facts about the intervention. Washington approved “precision strikes” against Syria early …

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Political Parasites

5 Hard-Hitting Facts Proving Donald Trump Has Become Just Like Hillary Clinton

Source: The Free Thought Project April 13, 2018 Rachel Blevins As Donald Trump flip-flops on a number of key issues that made the public believe he was the “outsider” candidate who would change the status quo in Washington, Americans are reminded that the current president now appears to have more …

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Police State

The Slippery Slope to a Constitution-Free America

Source: The Rutherford Institute April 9, 2018 John W. Whitehead “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”—Benjamin Franklin The ease with which Americans are prepared to welcome boots on the ground, regional lockdowns, routine invasions of their privacy, and …

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Crimes Against Humanity

When Zionism Rubs Up Against Reality

Photo by Jordi Bernabeu Farrús | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch April 13, 2018 by Stanley L. Cohen “The wrongs which we seek to condemn and punish have been so calculated, so malignant, and so devastating, that civilization cannot tolerate their being ignored, because it cannot survive their being repeated.” …

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Surveillance State

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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Regime Change

The US Empire Has Been Trying To Regime Change Syria Since Long Before 2011

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist April 12, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone One interesting and completely undeniable fact that we don’t talk about nearly enough is how Syria has been a target for regime change by the US-centralized power establishment since long before the uprising in 2011. Proponents of US military interventionism …

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War

US to Launch a Sustained Operation in Syria

Source: Strategic Culture Foundation April 11, 2018 Arkady SAVITSKY The events in Syria are likely to escalate into a regional conflict. USS Donald Cook already deployed in the Mediterranean can deliver a limited missile attack against Syria but a large-scale operation is unlikely to be launched until USS Harry S. Truman carrier strike group (CSG) arrives …

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Surveillance State

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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