Facebook has asked several major U.S. hospitals to share anonymized data about their patients, such as illnesses and prescription info, for a proposed research project.
DHS Creates Database To Track Journalists, Bloggers, "Media Influencers", Calls Critics "Conspiracy Theorists"
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has acknowledged a 2017 discovery of several "rogue devices" placed throughout Washington D.C. often used by spies and criminals to track and eavesdrop on private cellular devices, AP reports.
It is no longer a conspiracy theory, but a fact that people are being specifically targeted for their participation in what some call "prepping" and others dub survivalism.
Psychopaths are busy at work transforming our world into a killing field. They're building a prison, a panopticon of surveillance.
We now know what Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, puts tape over both his camera and his microphone--his own app is able to listen to you at home and at work.
Traffic authorities in the Chinese city of Shenzhen have teamed up with an AI firm named Intellifusion to carry out the rather dystopian policing, reports the South China Morning Post.
"There are over eight million of them now listed in the Main Core"
Federal law enforcement officials are renewing a push for a legal mandate that tech companies build tools into smartphones and other devices that would allow access to encrypted data in criminal investigations.
We all know that privacy is a thing of the past, right? Pfff. The government spying on everyone?
This morning I watched a briefing the Russian Foreign Ministry provided for the diplomatic community where international toxic substances experts presented information concerning the alleged nerve agent used in the alleged attack on Skripal and his d
For the past few days, the nation's media and political class have been fixated on the firing of the No. 2 person in the FBI, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. McCabe became embroiled in the investigation of President Donald Trump because of his alleg
Former Russian spy-turned-UK-spy Sergei Skripal was apparently poisoned earlier this month in the UK. British Prime Minister Theresa May wasted no time in blaming the Russian government and its president, Vladimir Putin personally.
"Follow the data, follow the power." Technocrats make themselves known when vast amounts of data are vacuumed up, not necessarily for the sake of making sense of anything, but merely for the collecting and hoarding of data.
For over a decade, the FBI had been paying employees of Best Buy's Geek Squad to pass on information about illegal materials on customer devices sent in for repair, according to records obtained through the Freedom of Information lawsuit filed last y
The fourth and fifth requirements of Technocracy as declared in 1934 are, "Provide a specific registration of the type, kind, etc., of all goods and services, where produced and where used." and "Provide specific registration of the consumptio
What could possibly go wrong?...The idea of tracking cash with magnetic strips or RFID chips is such a horrific idea that two unlikely senators from opposite sides of the aisle have come forward to vehemently oppose the Goodfriend appointment.
Facebook's vaguely worded face recognition "announcement" coincided with a legal setback
Why do they need that? Amazon awarded a patent for ultrasonic wristband that can track employee's movements
Once upon a time in the United States there was a general perception that organizations like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were both apolitical and high-minded, existing only to calmly and profess
downloaded from Apple and Google's app stores, report claims...An explosive new report claims the spyware-enabled messaging apps, used by the evil regime, are being used by Iranian expats in the West to communicate with their relatives in the trou
Trump Administration to Test Biometric Program to Scan Faces of Drivers and Passengers in Vehicles
We remain embroiled in a debate over the nature and extent of our own government's spying on us. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which was enacted in 1978 as a response to the unlawful government spying of the Watergate era, was a lawful
Tech giant wants to raise your kids
We are supposed to believe that abuses of the FISA process uncovered in the House Intelligence Committee memo are something new. As special guest Jim Bovard tells us today, FISA was born from abuses and it has perpetuated abuses. The problem is not b
"Democracy Dies in the Darkness" is the proud motto of the Washington Post. But, considering the past week's frenzy, the new motto for much of the media and many Democrats is, "Disclosure is the Death of Democracy." Unfortunately, the uproa
The left is for war, if with big government. The right is for big government, if with war. The perceived differences between the two parties in Washington D.C. are little more than smoke and mirrors to keep Americans constantly arguing while the welf
Yes, the Super Bowl public safety team is watching you.
Update: The just released FISA memo accuses senior officials at the DOJ of inappropriately using biased opposition research into then-candidate Trump to obtain surveillance warrants on transition team members as part of the federal investigation int
Devin Nunes (R-CA) said that the investigation leading up to the four-page FISA memo released on Friday was only "phase one," and that the House Intelligence Committee is currently in the middle of investigating the State Department over their involv