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Confirmed: New York City’s Public WiFi Stations Are Spying On You

Activist Post By Kevin Samson If there is ever a perfect example of dual-use technology, it is WiFi connectivity. I’ve already covered the mounting evidence that our ubiquitous gadgets and wireless connections are doing irreparable physical harm, especially to the young and to pregnant women, but the concern about surveillance is running a parallel track. So, when New York City announced its LinkNYC program in early 2016 to convert 7,500 public payphones into WiFi stations, I sounded the alarm about the threat it potentially posed to civil liberties. Part of what concerned me the most is that corporations such as Qualcomm would be involved to offset...

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Putin To Launch ‘Independent Internet’ Without ‘New World Order Censorship’

Exposing Government Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia is launching a new ‘independent Internet’ that will be free from the shackles of the New World Order. Putin and the Security Council are developing the new Internet initially for BRICS nations, which will be totally independent of global elite corporations and governments and will continue to work in the event of global internet outages. The new initiative was brought forward at the October meeting of the Security Council, with Putin setting a deadline of August 1, 2018. It is believed the new independent Internet will be free from...

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The FCC Still Doesn’t Know How the Internet Works

EFF Earlier this year nearly 200 Internet engineers and computer scientists sent a letter to the FCC that explained facts about the structure, history, and evolving nature of the Internet. The reasons we laid out in that letter for writing it then still apply to the draft now: Based on certain questions the FCC asks in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), we are concerned that the FCC (or at least Chairman Pai and the authors of the NPRM) appears to lack a fundamental understanding of what the Internet’s technology promises to provide, how the Internet actually works, which entities...

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Google hiring 10,000 reviewers to censor YouTube content

WSWS Google is escalating its campaign of internet censorship, announcing that it will expand its workforce of human censors to over 10,000, the internet giant announced on December 4. The censors’ primary focus will be videos and other content on YouTube, its video-sharing platform, but will work across Google to censor content and train its automated systems, which remove videos at a rate four times faster than its human employees. Human censors have already reviewed over 2 million videos since June. YouTube has already removed over 150,000 videos, 50 percent of which were removed within two hours of upload....

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YouTube Twitter Facebook Patreon Federal Lawsuit – Done, Being Filed [VIDEO]

TrumpNewsTruthNatasha YouTube Twitter Facebook Patreon Federal Lawsuit – Done, Being Filed Nov 28, 2017 all details on this blog are about the lawsuit http://natashanothingbuttruth.blogspo… Link to lawsuit https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B27J… Lihttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1tv4z… to Cease & Desist order Link to Petition https://www.change.org/p/class-action… Please Support this channel https://www.paypal.me/NatashaVlifecoach my daily work schedule https://youtu.be/Uc2xDH2Bhog Bitcoin Address 1ESu8XgvXrq9zcuL7L1Sxxi4QJBRtjzH2Z Follow me on Gab...

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Jeffrey Tucker Destroys the Net Neutrality Propaganda [VIDEO]

ActivistPost((GC note: This and the following post present opposed views on net neutrality. This is a very complex issue.)) Jeffrey Tucker Destroys the Net Neutrality Propaganda NOVEMBER 27, 2017 By James Corbett Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, “Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition.” We explore the details of the net neutrality discussion that is being ignored by nearly everyone, including how the corporatocracy actually favours net neutrality and how government regulation of the internet is precisely what is keeping prices high and access to the market restricted for would-be competitors. SHOW NOTES AND MP3:...

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BIG CHANGES ARE COMING TO THE INTERNET – AND WE NEED TO PAY ATTENTION

CollectiveEvolution BIG CHANGES ARE COMING TO THE INTERNET – AND WE NEED TO PAY ATTENTION ALANNA KETLER NOVEMBER 29, 2017 Net neutrality is well on its way to becoming a thing of the past, thanks to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which announced their plan to dismantle net neutrality last week. This change essentially permits internet providers such as Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T to throttle speeds, block websites they dislike, and divide the internet into various slow and fast lanes. Chairman of the FCC Ajit Pai said, “Under my proposal, the federal government will stop micromanaging the Internet. . . . Instead,...

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Russia to launch ‘independent internet’ for BRICS nations – report

RT Russia to launch ‘independent internet’ for BRICS nations – report 28 Nov, 2017 The Russian Security Council has asked the country’s government to develop an independent internet infrastructure for BRICS nations, which would continue to work in the event of global internet malfunctions. The initiative was discussed at the October meeting of the Security Council, which is Russia’s top consultative body on national security. President Vladimir Putin personally set a deadline of August 1, 2018 for the completion of the task, the RBC news agency reported. While discussing the issue, members of the council noted that “the increased...

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Facebook Announces It Will Use A.I. To Scan Your Thoughts “To Enhance User Safety”

Zero Hedge A mere few years ago the idea that artificial intelligence (AI) might be used to analyze and report to law enforcement aberrant human behavior on social media and other online platforms was merely the far out premise of dystopian movies such as Minority Report, but now Facebook proudly brags that it will use AI to “save lives” based on behavior and thought pattern recognition.  What could go wrong?   The latest puff piece in Tech Crunch profiling the apparently innocuous sounding “roll out” of AI (as if a mere modest software update) “to detect suicidal posts before they’re reported” opens with...

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The Death of Alternative Media: FCC Murder the Internet December 14 [VIDEO]

Red Ice TV Published on Nov 23, 2017 The FCC will vote December 14 to kill net neutrality. This will transform the internet forever and the first thing to go will be alternative media, dissidents and those opposing the tyranny of the establishment. Henrik explains how they will do it. The globalists are fighting back, like never before. They want to take back control of the narrative. We have to fight back, harder than ever. Support our work: https://paypal.me/redice Help keep us ad free, sign up for a membership at http://www.redicemembers.com. You’ll receive full access to our extensive archives....

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Google assures Russia media watchdog it won’t change search algorithm to ‘re-rank’ RT, Sputnik

RT News Google has written a letter to Russia’s media watchdog saying despite Eric Schmidt’s recent comments about “de-ranking” RT and Sputnik, he referred only to “efforts to improve search quality.” The company claimed it doesn’t “re-rank” individual websites. On November 18, when asked during a Q&A session at the Halifax International Security Forum in Canada about whether Google facilitates “Russian propaganda,” the executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, said that the global tech giant is planning to change its algorithm and“de-rank” RT and Sputnik to make their articles harder to find. Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor demanded explanations from Google, asking it...

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The Man Behind the Curtain? Ex-SpaceX Intern Says Elon Musk Created Bitcoin

Sputnik News Former SpaceX intern Sahil Gupta says there’s an argument to be made that billionaire tech-mogul Elon Musk is the father of Bitcoin. Gupta, a Yale University computer science student, presented several argumentsin support of his theory on Medium.com, an online publishing platform. For one thing, he noted, Bitcoin was invented by someone with a deep knowledge of the C++ programming language. “Elon seems to have a firm grasp of C++, insisting that it be used at X.com and at SpaceX,” the former intern wrote. Second, the Bitcoin concept appeared in 2008, at a time when the traditional global banking system hung on the verge of collapse amid the financial Great Recession. Describing Musk...

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FCC doubles down on its dead-wrong definition of how the internet works

Tech Crunch In May, when the FCC released an early draft of its plan to undo 2015’s strong net neutrality rules, I pointed out that its case rests almost entirely on a deeply incorrect definition of how the internet works. There can be no mistake now that this misrepresentation is deliberate; the agency has reiterated it in even stronger terms in the final draft of the proposal. I’m not going to go into great detail on it (my earlier post spells it out) but the basic problem is this: broadband has to be defined as either an information service or telecommunications service. The...

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‘By the people, for the people’: Kim Dotcom to launch alternative internet

RT News Kim Dotcom, wanted in the US for alleged widespread illegal file sharing, has vowed to build an alternative internet to combat privacy and freedom problems online. The knowledge that government agencies have used the internet to spy on citizens, along with high-profile hacking scandals, has brought online privacy to the forefront of people’s minds. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom says he will help facilitate an unobstructed internet, free from prying eyes, through MegaNet, which will operate without IP addresses. The German entrepreneur is currently resisting extradition to the US from New Zealand over alleged copyright infringement. I have...

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No, you’re not being paranoid. Sites really are watching your every move

Ars Technica If you have the uncomfortable sense someone is looking over your shoulder as you surf the Web, you’re not being paranoid. A new study finds hundreds of sites—including microsoft.com, adobe.com, and godaddy.com—employ scripts that record visitors’ keystrokes, mouse movements, and scrolling behavior in real time, even before the input is submitted or is later deleted. Session replay scripts are provided by third-party analytics services that are designed to help site operators better understand how visitors interact with their Web properties and identify specific pages that are confusing or broken. As their name implies, the scripts allow the...

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AT&T, Time Warner Respond To DOJ Anti-Trust Lawsuit

Zero Hedge Update (5:40 pm ET): In a statement, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson vowed to fight the DOJ’s lawsuit. He said AT&T’s challenge is about preserving the rule of law against an overreaching DOJ anti-trust division. He also said that, while he doesn’t know for sure if the opposition is political in nature, he’s not surprised that the question of whether this is a political vendetta keep coming up. He also vowed that AT&T wouldn’t divest Turner Broadcasting and CNN, calling that “a nonstarter.” “When the government suddenly discards decades of legal precedent, businesses large and small are left with...

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The United Nations is Considering a Possible Ban on “Killer Robots”

Futurism Still in Charge Representatives from countries around the world met on Nov. 18 to discuss weapons systems at the United Nations’ Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW). One point of particular interest at the meeting was a call by 22 nations to place an outright ban on the development and utilization of automated weapons, also known as “killer robots.” Leading up to the convention, hundreds of experts in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics joined in sending letters to world leaders, urging them to support a ban on autonomous weapons. Elon Musk, founder of OpenAI and CEO of Tesla...

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Walmart says it’s preordered 15 of Tesla’s new semi trucks

The Verge Hot on the heels of Tesla’s big event last night, Walmart says it has preordered 15 of the electric automaker’s new semi trucks, according to CNBC. The deal was likely in the works before Tesla unveiled its new truck to the public, but interest from the world’s biggest retailer in battery-powered transport is still a huge boost of confidence for Elon Musk and his mission to electrify the industry. Update: Wal-Mart says it’s preordered 15 of Tesla’s new electric tractor trailers https://t.co/hv1SaZlyNb — CNBC (@CNBC) November 17, 2017 The pilot is planned for the US and Canada. Five of the preordered...

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