Posts Tagged ‘big brother’

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Gestapo is putting us on lists now.

Department Of Homeland Security Plans To Compile A List Of All Bloggers, Journalists And “Social Media Influencers”

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Cesspit of fake news and deceit just told me I spread a propaganda story, which was a lie. I did no such thing. At the bottom of the post it becomes clear that I did not share this anti-Syrian war propaganda, but Facebook would like me to PAY THEM so that I can.

I’ve been trying to stop this atrocity in Syria since 2012, and Amnesty / Facebook are now helping the terrorists’ side. This is the US government position and always has been. Amnesty is a tool of imperial warfare not a resistance to it. There is a reason half a million are dead in Syria, and it’s official US policy, arms and funding in league with its despicable Gulf tyrant “partners.”

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China wants to give all of its citizens a score – and their rating could affect every area of their lives

Exactly why I reject communism.

 

The Communist Party wants to encourage good behaviour by marking all its people using online data. Those who fall short will be denied basic freedoms like loans or travel

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Microsoft has been accused of collecting consumer data from personal computers, using its Windows 10 operating system to target users with personalized ads based on their web-surfing habits.

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EFF:

Federal Court: The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer

But the decision underscores a broader trend in these cases: courts across the country, faced with unfamiliar technology and unsympathetic defendants, are issuing decisions that threaten everyone’s rights.

 

People like this judge should be removed and sent into retirement immediately. They are not competent to decide such matters.

 

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Come spy on your countrymen.

Learn how to avoid the Constitution.

Come work for NSA erecting a fascist police state.

Summer camps, NSA-style

The US National Security Agency (NSA) has run a summer program with the goal of recruiting the next generation of cyber specialists. The agency is at the center of a controversy over the extent of its surveillance.

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How the NSA hacks PCs, phones, routers, hard disks

 

Satellite and optic-fiber communications stored

Windows crash reports boon for spies

The website you are visiting is really not the website you want

NSA buys up security exploits to attack vulnerabilities

The cellphone network you are connected to is not the network you want

Your hard disk is not the device you thought it was

The parcels from Amazon are not the parcels you want

 

…On the subject of operating systems, Appelbaum said the documents revealed subversion techniques against Windows, Linux, and Solaris. In the case of Microsoft, the NSA is monitoring Windows software crash reports to gain insight into vulnerabilities on a target system and exploit them for its own ends.

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“But the German exposé  showed Tor providing the opposite of anonymity: it singled out users for total NSA surveillance, potentially sucking up and recording everything they did online.”

Tor was developed, built and financed by the US military-surveillance complex. Tor’s original — and current — purpose is to cloak the online identity of government agents and informants while they are in the field: gathering intelligence, setting up sting operations, giving human intelligence assets a way to report back to their handlers — that kind of thing

 

Peeling the onion: Almost everyone involved in developing Tor was (or is) funded by the US government

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Expanding surveillance of everyone gets some much needed scrutiny at the Washington Post and Daily News. Yes they are a rogue agency operating completely outside the Constitution. So when is someone going to do something about it?

 

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Facecrook: NSA storing your facial web images, millions intercepted daily

 

Thanks to rapid advances being made in the field of facial recognition technology, the NSA is much better equipped to“exploit the flood of images included in emails, text messages, social media, video conferences and other communications,”according to an article in the New York Times, co-written by Laura Poitras, who, together with Glen Greenwald, are the only two journalists to have received the leaked NSA documents.

The NSA has the capacity to intercept“millions of images per day,” as well as some 55,000 “facial recognition quality images.” This latest milestone in US intelligence gathering, which goes a long way to putting the final touches on the much-feared Orwellian nightmare, gives the US spy agency “tremendous untapped potential,” according to the 2011 documents.

“It’s not just the traditional communications we’re after: It’s taking a full-arsenal approach that digitally exploits the clues a target leaves behind in their regular activities on the net to compile biographic and biometric information” that can help “implement precision targeting,” noted a document dated 2010.

 

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AFP Photo / Angela Weiss

 

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And the knobs applaud… starts at 8 minutes.

 

They want to track your physical body, everywhere, interacting with everything.