VAX FRAUD: AstraZeneca fudging data to declare its coronavirus jab “safe and effective”

The data that AstraZeneca has been using and releasing in clinical trials on its experimental injection for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is outdated, officials warn. The Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) sent a notice both to AstraZeneca and to two government health agencies expressing worry that the England-based drug giant is using “outdated information” to declare its jab... Continue Reading →

Corona-phobia? Health experts manipulated coronavirus figures to scare England into lockdowns

U.K. health experts have been painting a grim picture of the COVID-19 pandemic based on alarming data and terrifying predictions. But in one of his recently published articles online, English journalist Ross Clark painted a strikingly different picture of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.K. based on the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and the... Continue Reading →

Fingerprints to be tested as ‘currency’

Starting this summer, the government will test a system in which foreign tourists will be able to verify their identities and buy things at stores using only their fingerprints. The government hopes to increase the number of foreign tourists by using the system to prevent crime and relieve users from the necessity of carrying cash or... Continue Reading →

Unprecedented’ UN Global Data Gathering To Add Huge Amounts Of Information For Governments To Collect

Six months after giving birth to a cluster of nebulous Sustainable Development Goals that aim to dramatically change the economic, social and environmental course of the planet, the United Nations is working on a drastic renovation of global data gathering to measure progress against its sweeping international agenda.The result that emerged late last week from... Continue Reading →

FBI changes rules on accessing

The FBI has changed its privacy rules regarding how freely agents can gain access to and search data collected by the National Security Agency that involves the communications of Americans. It just won’t say what the changes are. Additionally, there’s no word on when the changes were actually made, since that information is classified as... Continue Reading →

White House goal: Kill the password

http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/232684-white-house-goal-kill-the-password The White House is funding efforts to wipe out the password as the primary security code used to access sensitive data online. Officials and cybersecurity experts say the password is inherently weak and frequently misused, with easily hacked phrases like “password” and “123456” putting bank accounts, Social Security numbers and other sensitive information at risk.... Continue Reading →

Obama Administration : New Rules For Data Collection

http://www.newsweek.com/obama-administration-announces-reforms-data-collection-rules-304153 The Obama administration announced new rules governing data collection Tuesday—a move that comes nearly two years after former NSA analyst Edward Snowden revealed that the U.S. government was conducting mass surveillance on Americans and foreigners and storing the gathered information without their knowledge. The rules were detailed in a policy document published by the Office... Continue Reading →

Google secretly handed over WikiLeaks emails and personal data to US government

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/google-secretly-handed-over-wikileaks-emails-and-personal-data-to-us-government-10002236.html Google handed over emails and data belonging to WikiLeaks and was unable to tell the group that it had done so for three years. In what WikiLeaks called a “serious violation of the privacy and journalistic rights of WikiLeaks’ staff”, Google handed over the information under a secret search warrant issued by a federal... Continue Reading →

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