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Google HUB And Facebook PORTAL Make Orwell’s 1984 A REALITY!

Source: Press For Truth October 9, 2018 Dan Dicks In George Orwell’s novel 1984 massive devices called telescreens were installed in every home allowing the government to monitor the activities of the household while having the capabilities of communicating with anyone they feel is getting out of line. Today this …

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Why you should be worried about Five Eyes having access to every electronic device

Source: MassPrivateI October 2, 2018 by mapi According to an article in the National Post the Five Eyes intelligence network is demanding tech companies provide a backdoor into all their electronic devices. “Canada joined its intelligence allies recently in demanding that technology companies co-operate with law enforcement agencies in allowing …

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“Historic Judgment” As India’s Nationwide Biometric ID Database Ruled Constitutional

Source: Activist Post September 27, 2018 By Nicholas West As the march toward a cashless (and privacy-less) society accelerates forward, a new high watermark has been reached. India first introduced its concept for a nationwide biometric ID database more than 7 years ago, which they touted as a necessary “social …

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STUNNED Android users discover that Google allows mobile phone apps to read all your Gmail

Source: Privacy Watch September 25, 2018 by Lance D Johnson After promising they would no longer spy on your emails for advertisement purposes, Google Inc. recently admitted to lawmakers that they continue to allow third party companies to scan and share data from private Gmail accounts. According to the Wall Street …

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First U.S. Airport “Biometric Terminal” Set For Rollout This Year

Source: Activist Post September 21, 2018 By Nicholas West Biometric identification at U.S. airports has quietly been rolling out at various locations around the world. In some cases, it has been sprung upon the general traveling public without warning, leaving some to question how optional all of this will be …

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New York City’s WiFi Hotspots Confirmed As Surveillance and Tracking Devices

Image: LinkNYC Source: Activist Post September 11, 2018 Kevin Samson Back in early 2016 I wrote about a plan for New York City to turn 7,500 payphones into WiFi hotspots.  The program was called LinkNYC and indeed has begun its rollout with more than 1,500 now online. At the time, …

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Google and Apple’s Systems to Track you in Person: What the Media Isn’t Telling You

Photo Source Tyler Merbler | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch September 6, 2018 by Michael Kwet Google is in the news (again) for creepy surveillance practices.  Google, AP reported, is tracking your physical whereabouts even after you tell them to shut Location History off.  Now Bloomberg reports they bought data …

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The future of mobile drivers licenses: Massive profits and loyalty rewards

image credit: NBC News Source: MassPrivateI August 30, 2018 by mapi For years the mainstream media (MSM) has been pushing Mobile Drivers Licenses (MDL) on the American public. But now things are about to take a strange turn. MDL companies want to encourage motorists to use digital drivers licenses by …

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Welcome To The Minority Report: Thousands Of Stores Plan Facial Recognition Use For Anti-Theft

Image credit Source: Activist Post August 23, 2018 By Aaron Kesel Hundreds of retail stores and soon thousands are investigating using biometric facial recognition software FaceFirst to build a database of shoplifters to aid in the fight against theft, Peter Trepp CEO of FaceFirst told BuzzFeed News. The software is …

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Did YOU fall for it? Privacy watchdogs warn selfie lovers that Google’s “art doppelganger” app isn’t just for fun – they are building facial recognition database

Source: Privacy Watch August 2, 2018 by David Williams People love taking pictures. Whether it’s of food, places, their pets, and especially themselves, most people just can’t help but press the shutter button on cameras and capture images that they’ll review once or twice later but inevitably forget about. The …