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Army Veteran Cracks Code To New World Order, Part 1: RFID New Economy PROTEUS Samsung APPLE (Video)

(N.Morgan) Tracking and surveillance have become apart of a hotly debated issue, in regards to RFID chipping and the like. The New World Order’s attempt at trying to get everyone under their thumb and know what,when, and how you are living your life. 425 more words

Politics

Tea Party, Taxes and Why the Original Patriots Would’ve Revolted Against the Surveillance State | Electronic Frontier Foundation

You’re a Tea Party member and you didn’t know it.

I wish people would be smarter than their phones and learn about what freedom is, why it should be closely guarded, and get up the gumption to scream and fight like hell when people try to violate that freedom. 123 more words

Big Brother

Massive FBI facial recognition database raises privacy fears | Naked Security REBLOG

SAY CHEESE!

I’m going to tell you something you probably don’t want to know. There are far, far more pictures stored than what they say. 69 more words

Big Brother

NSA Spying Is Here to Stay on Creators.com

via NSA Spying Is Here to Stay on Creators.com.

On Monday, April 14, the the Washington Post and the Guardian US newspapers received the Pulitzer for Journalism Public Service for their reports on NSA spying.

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Politics, World Affairs & Current Events

Computer Scientist Randolph Jack Solo announced release of new encryption software

MARCH 9, 2014 8:28 AM2 COMMENTSVIEWS: 482

March 10–Turin,Italy: Mathematician and Computer Scientist, Randolph Jack Solo, announced today the worldwide release of new encryption software designed to combat what he recognizes as “The Threat of the New Nazis–America!” Now living in Italy, Mr.

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Surveillance is the business model of the Internet. We build systems that spy on people in exchange for services. Corporations call it marketing.

via The Descent into Tyranny.

Bruce Schneier, security technologist, in a presentation at the SOURCE Boston conference.

Via Security Week:

The data economy—the growth of mass data collection and tracking—is changing how power is perceived, Schneier said in his keynote speech.

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Justice & Law