US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published a new assessment titled "Privacy Impact Assessment for the CBP License Plate Reader Technology," outlining the agency's plan to combine its database on license plate images with ones from local and sta
While corporate advertisers cut ties with Facebook over CEO Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to kowtow to American SJWs urging the company to step up its policing of 'hate speech' and conservative political thought, Facebook is suspending its processing of
One of the latest steps towards that end in the so-called COVID-PASS Immunity Passport, a smartphone app that will determine who gets to eat out at restaurants and go to the gym versus who still has to get tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19)
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way a lot of us live our lives. Many people are now willing to keep their distance from strangers and wear masks in public, but the kind of freedoms that many contact tracing apps are asking people to give up
Norway's health authorities suspended the use of its COVID-19 tracing app and deleted all location data collected amid new privacy criticism from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority (DPA), reported The Local.
What you thought was private information because you signed a HIPAA agreement before consenting to the test, could nonetheless end up public or private hands without your knowledge… like law enforcement, first responders, etc. ? TN Editor
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This report is a follow-up to one where I cover how Michael Ryan of the WHO stated in a press briefing how the WHO (which is of course in the pocket of Bill Gates) now believes it is time to start removing people from their homes.
The Internet of Things, AI, machine learning and other Smart City Technology is proposed to be the catch-all solution for 'winning the war' against COVID-19. Likened to Superman, this article states, "This sounds like a job for data visualizati
Last month, police departments in Daytona Beach, Fla., and Connecticut unveiled what was initially touted as a potential new tool against a pandemic: drones capable of taking a person's temperature from 300 feet in the air.
People across the US have been using quarantine lockdown violations to snitch on others. Sometimes, it's a stranger, but more often than not, people are snitching on others they know - sometimes all too well.
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