Potentially a huge step forward in the fight against COVID-19
A Patriot Act for health care? A national data dragnet for patient data would result in mass exposure of private information and health records. Well, Patriot Act I was also brought to us by another Republican, President George W. Bush. ? TN Editor
Cybernetics is about continuous data collection. It's a system that requires continuous influx of information to inform the feedback loops. Those who program the algorithms can use the loops to alter feelings, thoughts, beliefs, behavior, and ultim
Recovered patients and those who test positive for antibodies could receive an electronic 'immunity certificate' to prove they are not part of the contagion. This will dovetail into tracking those who receive vaccinations and those who don't.
Even though Google states that it is giving "anonymized data", it is clear that it has the fully-identified raw data on everyones exact location at all times. This is based on location services contained in all smart phones, which is turned on by
On March 26, 2020, the World Economic Forum published specifications and launched a new website for a project it has christened "Known Travel Digital Identity" (KTDI):
The Justice Department inspector general revealed Tuesday that his investigators found errors in every FBI application to a secret surveillance court examined as part of an ongoing review - suggesting that problems exposed in the bureau's probe of Pr
The ID2020 plan relies on existing fingerprint and other forms of biometric identification. There is NO existing technology or any plan to deliver microchip IDs into your body via regular vaccine injections.
During this chaotic time it's extremely important to take note of the advancements of legislation and political maneuvers which threaten our liberty and privacy.
Neath and Port Talbot Council shared a video of its drone being tested showing how it will bark orders at people who ignore orders to stay inside during the coronavirus crisis
The change comes after Motherboard found the Zoom iOS app was sending analytics information to Facebook when users opened the app.
The Internet. Will it remain the one open frequency where humanity can bypass filters and barriers, or become the greatest spying machine ever imagined?
This week a technology startup called Unacast launched a new app called "Social Distancing Scoreboard," which tracks the GPS location of smartphones and grades geographical regions, such as a town, county, and or even a state, on how well residents i
The mobile phone industry has explored the creation of a global data-sharing system that could track individuals around the world, as part of an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19.
When public-private partnerships are created around sensitive public data, the public will always lose because the private company is not limited by the expected ethics of government to protect and defend. The only way to stop this practice is to sto
Hey Alexa, stop listening! Employees urged to turn off smart speakers while working from home during the coronavirus over fears of privacy risks
Last Monday, a bipartisan group of Senators and a coalition including libertarian and progressive activists thwarted a scheme to ram through the Senate legislation renewing three provisions of the USA FREEDOM Act (previously known as the USA PATRIOT
Lord Acton wrote that power tends to corrupt, but I'm going to say flat out that it does corrupt. I'll go further and say that it's an addiction (probably every bit as bad as cocaine), and that the lust for control is one of its primary drivers
Deal will allow for votes on broader reforms
"If, as it seems, we are in the process of becoming a totalitarian society in which the state apparatus is all-powerful, the ethics most important for the survival of the true, free..."
The Gainesville Police Department suspected an innocent man was involved in a burglary so naturally they requested that Google give them all of his location data.
Most people have been led to believe that Real ID and E-Verify are the answers to controlling illegal immigration and make us safer from fraud, and even terrorist attacks. Not so.
For years, the insurance mafia has been trying to get people to voluntarily plug a driving monitor into their car, using the prospect of a "discount" as an inducement.
Chinese firm develops first facial recognition system that recognizes faces BEHIND coronavirus masks
As a result of monitoring for coronavirus, the Chinese government is now requiring Chinese citizens to provide personal data, including travel and health conditions, via apps on their smartphone to the government.
Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about "anomalies."
-when cops used his Google data and found he was riding past the house during a break-in
President Donald Trump told top House and Senate Republicans on Tuesday evening that he would not support a clean extension of federal surveillance powers and called for them to work out a deal with Democrats on how to move forward.
LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping LLC, the premier provider of mapping solutions for 5G wireless in North America, has assembled a world-class team of geospatial companies to extend its reach in the 5G industry in Europe.
Federal agencies have big contracts with Virginia-based Babel Street. Depending on where you've traveled, your movements may be in the company's data.