Posts Tagged ‘tracking’

Google’s Web browser has become spy software

I finally dumped Google Chrome. It took me a while, I know.

one-69528_640.jpg

Totalitarianism would result from eliminating our currency…

Sinister Side of a Cashless Society

 

4800.jpg

You wonder why I hate those fucking phones that everyone taps on 23 hours a day.

A brief filed by the American Civil Liberties Union noted that the location tracking in this case reveals the “extraordinary private details” police can obtain via location tracking, including where the defendants may worship and who they may be sleeping with.

The appellate panel disagreed in the ruling, saying the pair had “no expectation of privacy” for location information. The judges added the records are unprotected, as they “say nothing about the content of any calls”.

 

No expectation of privacy for the phone that tracks your every movement constantly, pinpointing you everywhere you go. Do you people understand any of the implications of that?

Court rules warrantless collection of cellphone location data constitutional

That alone is enough to blackmail and coerce many people. It is a direct assault on the 4th Amendment.

 

google-example

Google Maps Has Been Tracking Your Every Move, And There’s A Website To Prove It

If you entered your mobile phone number into Google, which demanded it like a crack whore demands crack, then the Big Brother company tracks your movements.

Hey, guess what? I never entered my phone number because IT’S NONE OF THEIR FUCKING BUSINESS.

aclu-vid

From the ACLU (petition).

facebook-spy-cia

 

Opt Out of Targeted Ads

dfriend robot brain

 

And the knobs applaud… starts at 8 minutes.

 

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

 

Internet_map_1024

What I’ve been saying since the mid 90s:

NY Review of Books:

“For the moment, however, the crucial monetary driver is not what the Internet will be worth, it’s the spread between what it costs to buy personal information (not much) and how much can be made from it. When Wall Street puts a value on Facebook or Google and other masters of the online universe, it is not for the services they provide, but for the data they collect and its worth to advertisers, among others. For these Internet companies, the convenience of sending e-mail, or posting high school reunion pictures, or finding an out-of-the-way tamale stand near Reno is merely bait to lure users into offering up the intimacies of their lives, often without realizing how or where or that those intimacies travel.”

“…it was reported in Der Spiegel that “it is possible for the NSA to tap most sensitive data held on these smart phones, including contact lists, SMS traffic, notes and location information about where a user has been.”

 

douchebag2

 

 

More shenanigans at JOYCAMP.

Department of Homeland Gestapo and their National Operations Center have leaked a verboten list of words that you should not be associated with on your social media, lest you incur the interest of the secret, unaccountable repression organs of the federal tyranny.

ic137f146684fd39387e5e73a670d3f58_dhs2

Your beloved Obama presides over this police state abomination, and you mindlessly cheer on his every abuse.

policestate

The assaults are coming every day now, perhaps multiple times. US military industrial partner RAYTHEON is having a “RIOT” and you can see how they track your cell phone, your social media, your images, and can predict where to find you… for any and all unspecified reasons, by any and all customers who may find this sort of thing useful. These include the US government, foreign governments (dictatorships), corporations, organized crime, the “market” is wide open.

RIOT Training Video on Guardian Websiteraytheon-riot

 But Raytheon is not the only corporation in on the domestic surveillance game:

Google Moves to Destroy Online Anonymity

And “Homeland Security” (sic!) lets us know:

“Under the National Operations Center (NOC)’s Media Monitoring Initiative that came out of DHS headquarters in November, Washington has the written permission to retain data on users of social media and online networking platforms.

Specifically, the DHS announced the NCO and its Office of Operations Coordination and Planning (OPS) can collect personal information from news anchors, journalists, reporters or anyone who may use “traditional and/or social media in real time to keep their audience situationally aware and informed.”

And military contractor General Dynamics is also in on the feeding frenzy (feeding on citizen’s civil liberties:

“Some of the more high profile and highly trafficked sites being monitored include the comments sections of The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, the Huffington Post, the Drudge Report, Wired, and ABC News. In addition, social networking sites Facebook, MySpace and Twitter are being monitored. For the first time, the public not only has an idea who the DHS is pursuing with their surveillance and where, but what they are looking for as well. General Dynamics contract requires them to “[identify] media reports that reflect adversely on the U.S. Government, DHS, or prevent, protect, respond government activities.” The DHS also instructed General Dynamics to generate “reports on DHS, Components, and other Federal Agencies: positive and negative reports on FEMA, CIA, CBP, ICE, etc. as well as organizations outside the DHS.” In other words, the DHS wants to know who you are if you say anything critical about the government.”

Is there anyone left who disputes the techno-fascist police state?  Can any informed person deny the breathtaking scope of an out of control fascist system designed to track and squash political opponents?

The current fascist, hyper-nationalist propaganda relies on ignorance, an uneducated, gullible population too distracted to rub neurons together.  Anyone who can read, and has the self respect to stay informed about the important issues affecting us cannot blindly accept this monstrosity of an out of control, unaccountable police state, the likes of which Goebbels and Hitler could only dream.

Privacy International’s 16-minute mini-documentary from DEFCON about privacy is a great, compact answer to the question, “Why does privacy matter?”