What Does the US Government Know About You?

Privacy.net By Dennis Anon   How much does the US government know about you? It’s not a question easily answered. The US government operates the largest and most advanced spying, surveillance, and data collection programs on the planet. It’s made up of multiple law enforcement and intelligence agencies, some of which operate in secret. The…

Facial Recognition Toll Booths Identify Drivers and Passengers, Notify Police Within Seconds

Activist Post By MassPrivateI   The state of New York is using facial recognition cameras to identify drivers and passengers at toll booths. A recent article in the New York Post revealed that toll booths use facial recognition to identify everyone. “We are now moving to facial-recognition technology, which takes it to a whole new…

Amazon’s Plan to Help Police Identify Citizens in Real-Time and Predict Crimes

Activist Post By MassPrivateI   Two days ago NPR revealed that the Orlando Police Department is using Amazon’s facial recognition to identify peoples’ faces. Earlier this year, the ACLU sent an FOI request to the police department asking for more information about Amazon Rekognition. The title the police gave to the ACLU’s FOI request is…

Surveillance State? Nah, Can’t Happen…Because it Happened Already

SHTFplan by Jeremiah Johnson   Many have argued that there is neither a surveillance state, nor a concerted effort to disarm the public door-to-door, house by house, etc. Some of these are far-leftists, masquerading as conservatives…trying to appear “skeptically cynical.” We’ll “game” the thought, to bring everyone back from opacity to transparency. The Communists, Marxists,…

Arizona Citizens Tracked In Facial Recognition Database In First Step For REAL ID Implementation

Activist Post By Aaron Kesel   Arizona citizens are now in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to track them simply for getting a driver’s license. This allows federal and local law enforcement to use the “perpetual lineup” of suspects not accused of a crime to see if someone is wanted for a crime,…