Why would Bill Gates want to fund a company that builds a new class of satellites that can take high-resolution photos from space? Well, Technocrats of a feather, like birds, flock together.
In order to be pseudo-anonymous on the Internet, we have to make sure that we are aware that we are being tracked. There are 10 important identifiers that we will work on to prevent someone from recognizing us as we surf the interwebs. If we hide or
THEY COULD BE USED AS SURVEILLANCE IN YOUR HOME OR JUST ANOTHER CONVENIENT WAY TO FRY YOU!!!
Congress REFUSES To Vote On FISA Court, Thomas Massie SLAMS Illegal Spying In US
With almost no explanation, a high school in the U.S. state of Maine reportedly has backed out of a biometric identification contract.
Chinese cybercrime group GoldFactory is creating malware to attack Android and iOS that steals face biometrics and uses them to break into bank accounts of the victim, according to The Register.
...to Continuously Monitor Wearers' Earlobe Temperature; Investigate Other Applications
"Big Brother is Watching You."?George Orwell, 1984
I feel scared. Very scared.
A new bombshell report by Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger shows that the Obama Administration intelligence agencies used their foreign counterparts to spy on the Trump campaign and its personnel. Why? They wanted the dirt on Trump, but it would
Outrage as Biden administration admits surveilling Americans' private financial transactions for words like 'MAGA' 'Trump' and 'Kamala' in wake of Jan. 6 riots...with people buying BIBLES on top of their watchlist
I feel scared. Very scared.
...to their smartphones by developing the DIIA "State-In-Smartphone" app for Ukraine, and now Ukrainians who try not to die will have all their assets seized.
2024 is the new 1984.
TL;DR: Google unveils a game-changing AI upgrade for Android called Bard. Bard will read and analyze private messages, aiming to enhance the messaging experience.
Fueled by a melding of government and corporate power - the rise of the security industrial complex - this watershed moment sounds a death knell for our privacy rights.
"The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist" is a quote generally attributed to Charles Baudelaire – or possibly Keyser Söze depending on who you ask on the internet. Something similar can be said about
...depends on mass resistance to CBDCs.
Joe Biden's Transportation Security Administration is moving forward with plans to expand facial-recognition technology at 430 U.S. airports despite the fact that a bill has been introduced...
As much as I exposed the intense tracking that Google does, it is pretty easy to defeat if you understand the mechanics of how they track.
The Transportation Security Administration is moving forward with plans to implement facial recognition technology at U.S. airports
It's neither a bird nor a plane, but a winged microchip as small as a grain of sand that can be carried by the wind as it monitors such things as pollution levels or the spread of airborne diseases.
The Internet of Bodies and The Internet of Things is NOT Science Fiction. It's a real thing.
There is a common internet accusation. I write some articles on a topic and then there is some accusation if there is a financial connection. These question are from naive people who do not understand the internet, journalism or business or viable sc
Something very basic that the average person does not care about even if they knew about it.
A U.S. privacy case in state court that accuses a Chinese surveillance camera maker of "corporate voyeurism" has been narrowed to the benefit of the defendant. More generally, the defendant is accused of making false product claims.
The National Security Agency has secretly been buying Americans' internet records and using them for spying purposes without obtaining a warrant, a senior senator revealed Thursday.
This is a victory in a long fight, not just against blanket police surveillance, but also against a culture in which private, for-profit companies build special tools to allow law enforcement to more easily access companies' users and their data
All you really need to do in order to be tagged as a suspicious character, flagged for surveillance, and eventually placed on a government watch list is live in the United States.