As seven University of Puerto Rico students prepare to face trial in February for participating in a nonviolent protest more than two years ago, documents released to their defense attorneys reveal that Facebook granted the island's Justice Departm
In late November, a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation to expunge certain records relating to Eric Garris, an editor of the website Antiwar.com, which describes itsel
While facial recognition tech is pretty handy, and even still somewhat jaw-dropping when applied to personal technology, such as Apple's Face ID, which is found on iPhones, widespread use of the technology...
The first domino in the House Dems' plan to push moderate Republicans to support a decision to call witnesses during President Trump's impeachment trial has just fallen.
Many decades ago there was an issue of Mad comics that portrayed a future time when everything was done by robots and humans had no function. One day the system failed.
Half of the world's population lives in cities, a proportion that is expected to increase to 68% by 2050.
A hint of citizen displeasure and resistance to Big Brother everywhere has peeked through in China. It's not just that the lawsuit against surveillance was filed, but that over 100 million social media users are following the story. The massive
The inspector general's findings seem to confirm what many have suspected all along: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) request made during the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane investigation doesn't pass the sniff test.
Students are being conditioned by the hundreds of thousands to live in a dystopian, all-seeing Technocracy where social engineering and behavior modification are the norm. ? TN Editor
From the face scanner that will check in some attendees to the cameras-everywhere array of digital products, the CES gadget show is all-in on surveillance technology -- whether it calls it that or not.
What is a foundational identity system? - The Modular Open Source Identity Platform (MOSIP) helps Governments and other user organizations implement a digital, foundational identity system in a cost effective way.
"Go, go gadgets" has long been the attitude in my house. Perhaps yours, too: A smartphone made it easier to stay in touch. A smart TV streamed a zillion more shows.
Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society.
An annual report tracking internet freedom across the world has found global declines for the ninth consecutive year. Underpinned by domestic election interference and social media surveillance, the report identified internet freedom deterioration in
MIT researchers created an ink to track who has had a certain vaccine that can be embedded in the skin alongside the vaccine, and is only visible using a special infra-red application.
Authorities in Thailand say they are investigating an apparent online break-in by a computer hacker that allowed him to broadcast surveillance video from inside a prison in the country's south.
Remember when we looked at J. Edgar Hoover's lame attempt to get the public to voluntarily send in their fingerprints to the FBI back in 1937? Well guess what? They're baaaaaaack, and they're at the post office this time. Find out about the FBI
This week, Presiding Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) Judge Rosemary Collyer, released two stern Orders taking the FBI to task for its repeated failures, omissions, and misrepresentations in its application and subsequent renewals to su
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation's reputation has been ravaged this month by the inspector general report that proved that the FBI deceived the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to secretly spy on a Trump campaign official.
Amazon, Apple, Google and the Zigbee Alliance announced a new partnership.
If you're wondering what the NSA stores, the answer is "everything." No matter who you are or where you are, every email, phone call, text message, social media post, photograph, journal entry, and search you've ever performed is logged some
The once loved toy giant could have simply died a quiet death. Instead it has been co-opted and transformed into a private equity surveillance project.
Amazon's Ring started from humble roots as a smart doorbell company called "DoorBot." Now it's surveilling the suburbs and partnering with police.
According to the Secret Service, it all boils down to more intrusive surveillance in school and online. Treat everyone who is depressed or anxious like they are going to shoot up the school.
Precedent always becomes practice.
In the late 1970s, the murderous rampage of Marxist rebels virtually destroyed the gem of southern Africa. The vacuum was filled by a brutal dictator and now China's Technocracy is firmly establishing itself. Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia) is a pe
The Patriot Act was a watershed for Technocrats as it has enabled total surveillance. It has changed the entire law enforcement culture and practice in America. Moreover, this happened right under America's nose because everyone was focused on i
The Department of Homeland Security wants Americans to submit to mandatory photographs in order to travel. And don't think this invasion of privacy will stop at the airport.