The Daily Sheeple by Claire Bernish Editor’s Note: They say this is only being done in Baltimore, but let’s be honest with ourselves. This is probably going on across the nation. Baltimore Police didn’t bother to inform the public (or anyone, for that matter) when they implemented a privately-funded mass surveillance program in January… Read More Big Brother: Secret Cameras Have Been Warrantlessly Recording This Entire City’s Every Move from Above
Activist Post By Derrick Broze Image Credit: TheFreeThoughtProject.com Vancouver police have become the first Canadian police force to admit to using a controversial cellphone monitoring tool sometimes known as a Stingray. Amidst mounting pressure from civil liberties groups, the Vancouver Police have confirmed that they have used a cell site simulator, popularly known as… Read More SURPRISE: Vancouver Police Are Using Secretive “Stingray” Cellphone Surveillance
New Eastern Outlook by Steven MacMillan If anyone doubted that a percentage of the global population are akin to zombies, the incidents following the release of Pokémon Go have surely convinced you. Despite the game only being released in early July, we have already seen a man driving into a tree and a women… Read More Pokémon Go, the CIA, “Totalitarianism” and the Future of Surveillance
Liberty Blitzkrieg by Michael Krieger “This production, which we believe is just the tip of the iceberg, is a window into the nationwide scope of the FBI’s surveillance, monitoring, and reporting on peaceful protestors organizing with the Occupy movement. FBI documents just obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) pursuant to the… Read More Republican Senators Use Orlando Shooting to Push for Increased Government Spying Powers
InfoWars by Clifford Cunningham The Obama administration is pushing Congress to amend existing surveillance laws to give the FBI unquestionable authority to access a person’s browser history without a warrant, a move Judge Andrew Napolitano slammed as “a major step towards a police state.” Under existing law, the FBI and National Security Agency (NSA)… Read More Andrew Napolitano: FBI Plan to Access Browser History “Major Step Towards Police State”
Defense One by ALIYA STERNSTEIN The intelligence community is working on amping up people-recognition power to spot, in live videos, shooters and potential terrorists before they have a chance to attack. Part of the problem with current video surveillance techniques is the difficulty of recognizing objects and people, simultaneously, in real-time. But Deep Intermodal Video Analytics, or DIVA,… Read More US Spies Are Building Software to Spot Your Suspicious Behavior In Live Video
End Of The American Dream by Michael Snyder We always knew that it was coming. All over the world, governments and big corporations are pushing us toward a fundamentally different way of doing things. They insist that this new way will be more safe, more secure and more efficient. They are telling us that… Read More Why Is There Suddenly Such A Huge Push For ‘Mark Of The Beast’ Technology?