Facebook suffered a shocking public defeat in Belgium and faces fines over $100 million for collecting and storing user data. It was accused of 'trampling' over Belgian and EU privacy law. Pushback against Big Tech is mounting all over Europe.
Anything and everything you have ever done or seen or liked--even blocked--on Facebook is stored by the social media company....FOREVER.
The latest camera research is shifting from increasing the number of megapixels towards fusing data with computational processing
How savvy are you about cybersecurity? Technology is ever-changing, and that alone can make it overwhelming. If you have put off learning how to protect your computer, however, I urge you change that ASAP. Preppers get a lot of information and produc
(RT) -- In undercover interviews with Twitter staff, Project Veritas has alleged that hundreds of employees are tasked with searching for graphic user photos. This data is then stored – indefinitely.
of its £120 Echo Spot 'smart alarm'...Amazon wants to put a camera and microphone in your bedroom with the UK launch of its latest Echo home device.
How we think about privacy today might not be the best way to deal with data collection in a smart city
The number of forced phone searches will continue to skyrocket in the future because Technocrats never have enough data and will always seek more. This is a such a flagrant violation of the Fourth Amendment that no one can even recognize it as such.
The FBI doesn't like encryption. They are concerned that they cannot properly investigate criminals.
While Facebook has become an everyday part of life for hundreds of millions of people across the world, many of those active on the platform are blissfully unaware of the vast amounts of personal data the company aggregates about them.
Over 30,000 people had their electronic devices searched without probable cause or a warrant by Customs and Border Protection in 2017. This is a 50% increase from 2016.
They spoke of being humiliated and shaken. They described being "made to feel like a criminal." And they maintained that their rights had been violated.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) discussed the dangers of governmental spying during a Monday night event at George Washington University.
Donald Trump Jr is demanding an investigation of three prominent Democrats on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
Putting yourself on a registry of people who engage in activities, or own goods, that are even mildly controversial makes you vulnerable to abusive officials
Arizona citizens are now in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to track them simply for getting a driver's license.
Technocracy's 'science of social engineering' is taking a strange and dangerous twist with the invention of AI therapy bots that help humans with their psychological issues. As you confess your darkest secrets to Woebot, rest assured that they
Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, "Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition."
On the heels of Lenovo's massive $3.5 million fine for preinstalling adware on laptops without users' consent, Hewlett-Packard is jumping in with both feet when it comes to installing spyware on its PCs without the consumer's permission.
Google, headed by a member of the elitist Trilateral Commission, is a hotbed of Technocrats who believe they are above the law, ethics and moral judgement. If Google is not stopped politically, they will continue to try to take over the world. ? TN
At the time of the incident, Uber was negotiating with U.S. regulators investigating separate claims of privacy violations. Uber now says it had a legal obligation to report the hack to regulators and to drivers whose license numbers were taken. Inst
Police in the US state of Delaware are poised to deploy "smart" cameras in cruisers to help authorities detect a vehicle carrying a fugitive, missing child or straying senior.
Collecting massive amounts of data from every locality is a prime directive of Technocracy in order for Technocrats to scientifically engineer society. Texas is a good example, where DPS officials say "the planes' cameras aren't always rolling.
The telecom giant filed a white paper with the commission last week arguing that it had the authority to overrule recent state-level laws.
PRIVACY and LIBERTY are both parts of the nature of every individual human being. We are all born with the LIBERTY to think in PRIVATE. Our minds are our individual kingdoms, where every thought happens in secret. POWER seeks to abolish both LIBERTY
Thanks to Real-ID, DHS has created a national ID system right under everyone's noses.
The company announced Amazon Key Wednesday, which lets its couriers enter your home.
THERE'S SOMETHING NEW to add to your fun mental list of invisible internet dangers. Joining classic favorites like adware and spyware comes a new, tricky threat called "cryptojacking," which secretly uses your laptop or mobile device to mine cr
Last month, researchers at Stanford University announced they had developed software that was able to accurately predict a person's sexual orientation.