Here Tristan Harris (Social Dilemma) explains how our attention is being mined and that we have now become the product.
Apple is using the excuse of protecting children from sexual abuse to snoop in users' images, but the tool called NeuralHash could also be "misused" by others, including governments, to surveil citizens.
...and Financial Institutions
Supposedly for tracking Pedophiles, Apple will now be introducing new technology to scan if your phones contain certain photos. We'll discuss if this is invasive for the average law abiding citizen.
As the old saying goes: If you aren't doing anything illegal, then you have nothing to fear from surveillance.
The new domestic "War on Terror," kicked off by the riot on Jan. 6, has prompted several web giants to unveil predecessors to what effectively could become a soft social credit system by the end of this decade.
The presumption of innocence is something not paid much respect - or even given much thought - anymore. Everyone is guilty - of everything. No matter that you or I haven't actually done anything.
The Citizen crime reporting app pays ordinary citizens to run to the site of an emergency or crime and upload real-time footage. But is it actually creating safer communities, or is it putting civilians in danger and creating a society of snitches?
For years, Americans have largely ignored corporate social media surveillance. But all of that is about to change, thanks to President Biden.
Not every Phone threat is something you need to overfocus on. Unfortunately, the only real secure solution is to not have a phone. But we live in a world where different levels of intrusions exist. Some you cannot do anything about and most of those
A few weeks ago, I testified in the House Judiciary Committee on the surveillance of journalists in a long series of scandals from the Bush to the Obama to the Trump to the Biden Administrations.
Geospatial technology is like Google Maps on steroids, detailing all features of buildings and infrastructure in cities, and then overlaying that with the tracking of people as they move about that infrastructure.
Next generation of surveillance...
...vaccination minister confirms
DARPA, in a nutshell, wants to know about how stories or narratives or whatever might like to call them influence human behavior.
Snowden Grills WaPo for 'Embarrassingly Weak' Reaction to NSO Spyware Scandal, Says it's Untrue Pegasus Can't Target US Phones
It's true - they are looking through your trash! Waste Management companies are deploying trucks and dumpsters armed with cameras and AI to monitor your waste.
One by one, every Federal agency is being weaponized against American citizens. Spying is now ubiquitous and expected everywhere you go but the payload is the ability to control what you monitor and Technocrats lust after control. ? TN Editor
DeAnna Lorraine exposes the American Pediatric Association, targeting your kids with face diapers and needles. Why? They're funded by PFIZER!
Could we expect facial recognition-equipped swarm drones to be used against political opponents? What if you read content that is not politically sanitized? Where does it end?
Abuse of power...
Disclosures about political figures put Israel under increasing pressure over extent of surveillance
ALL EARS Google ADMITS employees listen to conversations recorded by Google Assistant even without a user's 'Hey Google' trigger
Fox News host Tucker Carlson's charge that the National Security Agency illegally spied on him and leaked his emails is enraging prominent liberals.
U.S. Capitol Police will start using Army surveillance equipment to monitor Americans as part of a larger effort to improve security and turn the force into "an intelligence-based protective agency" in the wake of the storming of the U.S. Capitol
Tim, Ian, and Lydia join former Army Ranger and digital editor of Recoil Magazine Forrest Cooper to look at the case of the 'Freedom Phone' and how the mainstream media is reacting to a device that won't be tracked.
Amazon.com Inc. has been granted a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) waiver to use radar to monitor people's sleep. The FCC approval document, published last Friday, described a device to include a "radar sensor" for "contactless sleep trac
Remember the great 1964 film "Dr. Strangelove"? Do you remember the subtitle of the film? It was "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb." Well, I have a 2021 updated subtitle when it comes to the surveillance state: "How I Learne
Have you ever pondered the idea that the America you live in, is just not the America you once knew?
SARS-COV-2? Oh, please. That's so 2020. I'm talking about the next invisible bogeyman, the one that will see the transformations started by the scamdemic through to their [completely il]logical conclusion: the complete control of the movements, i