Privacy

Survey Says 66% of Americans Don’t Want to Live in “Smart Cities” Due to Cybersecurity and Privacy Concerns.

Source: Activist Post August 19, 2018 By B.N. Frank According to an August 13, 2018 guest post on SmartCitiesDive.com, 66% of Americans don’t want to live in a “Smart City” because Americans like their communities Americans are worried about cyberattacks Americans are deeply concerned about the mass collection of personal …

DHS

Department of Homeland Security developing tech to take down unmanned aerial systems in urban environments

Source: Drone Watch News June 8, 2018 By Ethan Huff Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), or what are more popularly known today as drones, have made their way from the annals of military weapons arsenals into everyday civilian households, prompting the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to initiate new protocols …

Surveillance State

Jeff Bezos goes full Orwellian with creepy facial recognition and tracking tech; ACLU urges ban

Source: PrivacyWatch May 29, 2018 by Ethan Huff Get ready for more police state invasion into your personal privacy, compliments of globalist technocrat Jeff Bezos and his multinational Amazon empire. New reports explain that the online retail giant has now begun marketing a new facial recognition software to police departments …

Government

Entertain a Clown and You Become Part of the Circus

Source: The Burning Platform April 26, 2018 By Doug “Uncola” Lynn If I were the devil, I would desire the most efficient system of governance whereby maximum control could be exerted over the greatest amount of people at any given time. I would identify those who stood in my way …

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 …

Government

How To Capture a Wild Pig: The Allure of Free Stuff and New Tech

Source: The Daily Bell January 17, 2018 By Joe Jarvis The tale of how to catch a wild pig deserves more detail. A smart farmer knew that if he went out with his dogs and nets and cattle prods to capture wild pigs that the pigs would run amok. It …

Biometrics

Police are Using DNA Mugshots to Arrest Innocent People

Source: New Paradigm by MassPrivateI A recent Washington Times article, boasts that Texas law enforcement used predictive DNA imaging or ‘Phenotyping’ to guess what a suspect’s physical characteristics might be. This is not a joke, this is actually happening in police departments across the country. Parabon Nanolabs, claims their new analysis service can accurately predict …

The Matrix

16 Signs That You’re a Slave to the Matrix

Source: Waking Times April 28, 2014 Sigmund Fraud Today’s world is a strange place. We are inundated with signals from early on in life, encouraging each of us to walk a particular path, establishing blinders on us along the way to discourage us from looking for alternatives to what the …

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Smart Meters

The Epic Saga of a Smart Meter Opt-Out

Source: Truthstream Media Look. If someone purposefully left a basket of rabid, moody poisonous snakes subjected to the zombie T virus on your front porch that repeatedly bit you every minute of every day all day and night and then when you protested, they said the only way they would …

Surveillance State

Smart Billboards Target Individual Motorists and Spy on License Plates and Cellphones

Image Credit Source: Activist Post September 28, 2017 By MassPrivateI Editor’s Note: This is the Minority Report world we have entered. Please also see the article by Nicholas West which covers the use of billboards to predict people’s political views. This is already being used in many areas around the …