Before leaving the White House, the Trump administration quietly revealed that Americans vaccinated for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) under Operation Warp Speed (OWS) will be monitored and tracked by Google and Oracle for at least the next two years. This “public-private partnership,” as Trump’s “vaccine czar” Moncef Slaoui described it, allows for Chinese virus vaccine recipients in the United … Continue reading OBEY: Americans vaccinated for coronavirus to be monitored and tracked by Google and Oracle for the next two years
On Jan. 29, the German parliament (Bundestag) moved to ratify Agenda ID2020, a centralized data collection program that will be used to roll out the final Mark of the Beast and enslave all of humanity forever. While it still has to be approved by the German Federal Council, reports indicate that Agenda ID2020 will likely run … Continue reading German parliament advances Mark of the Beast with “Agenda ID2020” ratification
A top U.S. counterintelligence agency warned that China’s collection of health care data from Americans poses major risks. The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) issued the warningin a fact sheet released on Feb. 1. The document said that China’s acquisition of sensitive healthcare and genetic data – both through legal and illegal means – threatens U.S. privacy and security. … Continue reading China collecting Americans’ DNA poses major security risk to the U.S.
The only thing more stunning than our loss of freedom and liberty in the age of the Wuhan coronavirus is the lack of angry responses and pushback against the authoritarians and dictator-wannabes imposing lockdowns and other restrictions.But that said, some Americans are pushing back in any way they can, whether it be refusing to stay at home … Continue reading False imprisonment: Lawsuit against HOA in Florida challenges deactivation of key fobs for COVID-positive homeowners
This is how blockchain and tokens will be used in the very near future. How will you avoid this? Not travel??? This is coming soon.
New technologies are helping to tackle one of the great scourges of air travel - airport queues. But at what cost to our privacy? Queues to check-in and drop your bags, at security, at passport control and finally queues at your boarding gate. Air travel can be a frustrating business, even if these queues are largely a … Continue reading Air travel ‘without your passport leaving your pocket’
If a steel truth exists in decades of technological innovation, it rests firmly in the convenience provided society — indeed, while the mother of invention had long been named necessity, a prodigious marketplace bolstered iniquitously by acceptance of planned obsolescence ensured materialism had supplanted anything honorable as the true American Way. Whether society’s placating soma of … Continue reading Microchipping Humans: First They Traded Freedom For Security, Now It’s Privacy For Convenience
Is it worth the convenience for a machine to recognize your face? Submit a selfie, and you don't need to carry a ticket into a concert, promises Moscow's NTechLab, which used face-scanning technology to let people into a electronic music festival this summer. Of course, the selfies, once submitted, stay with NTechLab, which is free … Continue reading No Place To Hide – Software That Identifies Any Passing Face Is Ready For Market
Over the last six months, United Nations diplomats have negotiated over the text of a document set to define the policies and frameworks of how the Internet is governed in the future, and who has a role in the process. The final version presented on Wednesday before the General Assembly contains a word that civil society … Continue reading At U.N., China Tries to Influence Fight Over Internet Control
A newly published study suggests that many Americans are afraid to express controversial views online due to fears of government surveillance. The study, conducted by Wayne State University’s Elizabeth Stoycheff, found that people who were “primed with information” about government surveillance prior to questioning were much less likely to disclose political views, and were reluctant to … Continue reading Mass US Surveillance Has People Scared to Express Online Views