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TraffickCam Puts the Police State in Your Hotel Room

Big Brother is here. But he’s not just in your cell phone and on the street corner watching you, now he’s in your hotel room. A new app called TraffickCam lets users upload images of hotel rooms they stay in, which somehow is supposed to help the police and surveillance state help victims of sex trafficking. 1,004 more words

The Corporate-Government Complex

Life In My Panopticon*

*Above photo by The Guardian. Read about the panopticon here: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jul/23/panopticon-digital-surveillance-jeremy-bentham

Over the past year and a half, my life has been completely transformed by other people without my consent. 1,107 more words


Surveillance State: Secret Rules Make it Easy for the FBI to Spy on Journalist

SECRET FBI RULES allow agents to obtain journalists’ phone records with approval from two internal officials — far less oversight than under normal judicial procedures. 312 more words

Current Events

As Big Brother Closes In, We Can Choose Dangerous Freedom Or Comfortable Slavery

Every day, I open the news headlines hoping for some break in the barrage of bad news befalling our society. And every day, I am disappointed as things get worse, not better. 2,668 more words

The New World Order

Police State: More Bureaucrats With Guns Than U.S. Marines

Non-military federal agencies spend $1.48 billion on guns and ammo since 2006

There are now more non-military government employees who carry guns than there are U.S. 667 more words


Surveillance State: Biometrics Coming To A Bank Near You Very Soon

The banking password may be about to expire — forever.

Some of the nation’s largest banks, acknowledging that traditional passwords are either too cumbersome or no longer secure, are increasingly using fingerprints, facial scans and other types of biometrics to safeguard accounts. 356 more words

Current Events

Vote for the Principalities?...Like Hell

While it may be suppressed and misdirected now the courage and fortitude of this island nation still stirs in its heart, and in the very DNA of its people. 637 more words

Ellis Taylor