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Three Signs Google Is Turning to the Dark Side

Futurism Don’t be evil. Since 2000, this phrase has served as a motto-of-sorts for Google. It was even the first sentence in Google’s Code of Conduct  – emphasis on was. On Friday Gizmodo reported that, sometime near the end of April or the beginning of May, Google removed “don’t be evil” almost entirely from their Code of Conduct. It was only included once, in the very last sentence. This lack of inclusion might seem small, but it can also be seen as the latest sign that Google may be shifting its moral priorities. And given that the company now provides far more than just answers to our most important...

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4-Minute Film Will Make You Re-Think Social Media

Humans Are Free Facebook has been under fire in 2018 so far. It seems week after week another shot is blown to the social media giant whether it be about how it preys on people’s weaknesses or whether it be mass data breaches that cause everyone to re-think the information they are giving up about themselves. We often find it easy to blame Facebook, or blame the social media tool that has our attention, and it’s somewhat understandable that we do that. They are after all poking at our psychology. But then again, are we truly a victim to our psychology?...

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Conspiracy School Pseudoscience It could be said that transhumanism is Freemasonry for the technological age. But Freemasonry forged the technological age. In effect, the history of modern times is the efforts of an occult underground led by Freemasons and other occult secret societies, who represented their agenda as “science” pitted against “religion.” Freemasonry is founded on the belief that magic empowers man to become “like a god.” Their goal is to harness the powers of nature, both known (real science) and hidden (occult). This agenda begins with the founders of Rosicrucianism, the sorcerer John Dee and Francis Bacon, who...

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Cambridge Analytica starts bankruptcy proceedings in US

BBC News Cambridge Analytica has filed for bankruptcy in the US. The consultancy was at the centre of the Facebook data-sharing scandal in which it was accused of improperly obtaining information on users. The bankruptcy proceedings are part of the process of closing down the company and its UK parent, SCL Elections, that started in early May. The company blamed a “siege of media coverage” for driving away customers and forcing its closure. In court papers filed with a New York court, Cambridge Analytica said it had assets of up to $500,000 (£370,000) and debts in the range of $1m to...

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Project Maven: Google employees reportedly quit over military drone AI project

End Gadget Around a dozen Google employees have quit over the company’s involvement in an artificial intelligence drone program for the Pentagon called Project Maven, Gizmodo reported today. Meanwhile, nearly 4,000 workers have now demanded an end to the company’s participation in Maven in a petition that also calls for Google to avoid military work in the future. Project Maven seeks to help the military analyze drone footage faster through machine learning, as the AI detects people and objects for human review. Those who resigned from Google cited ethical concerns over the use of AI in drone operations and the company’s broader involvement...

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Search US cell carriers are selling access to your real-time phone location data

Thanks Susan! ZDNet Four of the largest cell giants in the US are selling your real-time location data to a company that you’ve probably never heard about before. In case you missed it, a senator last week sent a letter demanding the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) investigate why Securus, a prison technology company, can track any phone “within seconds” by using data obtained from the country’s largest cell giants, including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, through an intermediary, LocationSmart. PRIVACY Senator wants to know how police can locate any phone in seconds without a warrant Real-time location data was accessible by...

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6 Pizzagate Researchers Who Went Dark [VIDEO]

RidleyChozo Published on Apr 25, 2018 SUBSCRIBE 338 Since the research community is so heavily distracted with disinfo and false prophets lately, I thought it would be useful to compile a short list of silenced users and what they were working on before going dark. This list should serve as a kickoff point for researchers who want to move this citizen investigation forward. Notes:… Update on RebelSkum:… BIRTHDAYSUIT11… (account suspended) ( REBELSKUM… QUANTOKITTY… ( (… ( DRAININGSWAMPS… ( FLYNNL1VE5

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Facebook Wants to Use All Its Dirt on You to Help You Find Love

Futurism Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has embarked on an extended apology tour following the Cambridge Analytica debacle. At today’s Facebook F8 developer’s conference, he predictably took the chance to apologize yet again – then announced a host of new Facebook features. Among a number of insignificant software updates (and the new option to wipe your data history) Facebook revealed the real shocker: it’s building a dating platform. The timing couldn’t be more conspicuous. After all the leaks and private information given away without consent, Facebook wants you to trust them with what is arguably your most intimate data? On paper, it all sounds pretty harmless. The dating platform is going to sit on...

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E-waste linked to decreased fertility hormones in Nigerian men

EHN Hormones vital for reproduction are “significantly lower” in men who work with toxic-filled electronic waste Nigerian men who work with electronic waste have much lower levels of crucial fertility hormones than men unexposed to the waste, according to a new study. The research, conducted in Benin City in southern Nigeria, suggests toxic metals and other contaminants in e-waste are reducing levels of key hormones in men in developing countries and could contribute to reduced sperm levels, and cause damage to the sperm’s DNA, stability and ability to fertilize eggs. “Three key hormones controlling [production of mature sperm] were...

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Cambridge Analytica’s data may be sold to the highest bidder during bankruptcy

Business Insider Data research firm Cambridge Analytica got in trouble for allegedly illegitimately gaining access to the personal data of millions of Facebook users. The company says it’s deleted that data, but that fact is in dispute. With the firm now in bankruptcy, that data and the psychological profiles it built from them could be considered to be its key assets, assuming it still has them. As such, the data and profiles could be auctioned off to the highest bidder in the bankruptcy process. With Cambridge Analytica in bankruptcy, one of the things it could potentially sell to settle...

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They Admitted Social Media Is Programming Us [VIDEO]

Truthstream Media Published on May 5, 2018 SUBSCRIBED 297K Please help support us on Patreon, read our goals here: Truthstream Can Be Found Here: Website: Minds: @InformedDissent (Join here! … we’re going to dump Facebook soon.) FB: Twitter: @TruthstreamNews DONATE: Amazon Affiliate Link (help support TSM with every Amazon purchase, no cost to you!): Newsletter: ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*­~*~*~*~*~ Songs Fortress Europe by Dan Bodan Suzuki’s Theme by Endless Love Ether by Silent Partner St. Francis by Josh Lippi & The Overtimers Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for...

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EMFs And RFRs Finally Taken To Court, In Canada That Is

Natural Blaze By Catherine J. Frompovich  Listen to Article A Class Action was filed in Superior Court, Province of Quebec, District of Montreal, Canada, Case No. 500-06-000760-153 against 50 Respondents including the Attorneys General of Quebec and Canada, the City of Sainte-Anne-Des-Lacs, Hydro-Quebec, and approximately 40 corporations involved in the manufacture, production, servicing and transmission of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMFs) and Radiofrequencies (RFRs), for their contributory roles in the transmissions, products and services that emit in excess of one milliGauss of magnetic field, 0.6 V/m of electric field, or 0.1 microWatt per square centimeter of microwave power density for general populations in uncontrolled environments; or...

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Waking Times Dr. Mercola, Guest Waking Times Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) have been shown to cause biological damage and even cancer, but exactly how does this happen? In this interview, Paul Héroux, Ph.D., a researcher and professor of toxicology and health effects of electromagnetism at the faculty of medicine at McGill University in Montreal, helps answer that question. Originally trained as a physicist, he eventually ended up studying electrical power transmission lines, the topic of his Ph.D., and in the course of working for a power utility, he started investigating the health effects associated with the fields emitted from power lines....

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Scientist Believes the Human Microchip Will Become “Not Optional”

Hidden Truth Mag Technologies designed specifically to track and monitor human beings have been in development for at least two decades. In the virtual realm, software programs are now capable of watching us in real time, going so far as to make predictions about our future behaviors and sending alerts to the appropriate monitoring station depending on how a computer algorithm flags your activities. That is in and of itself a scary proposition. What may be even scarier, however, is what’s happening in the physical realm. According to researches working on human-embedded microchips it’s only a matter of time...

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New U.S. net neutrality rules come into effect today Net neutrality in the United States is officially over, as of today. In December, the Federal Communications Commission voted to change Obama-era rules that governed how major telecommunications companies treat data over the internet. That ruling comes into effect as of this morning. Under the old rules, companies were largely forbidden from blocking, slowing down or otherwise preferring certain types of internet data over others, such as offering certain companies so-called fast lanes if they are willing to have their data prioritized. How new net neutrality rules in the U.S. could impact Canada FAQ on net neutrality But in a...

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Of Two Minds – Connecting the Dots of Big Data, Soaring Corporate Profits and Trade Wars

Charles Hugh Smith It’s self-evident that we cannot possibly understand trade, soaring corporate profits, Facebook’s data collection or the economy without understanding the core role played by Big Data in reaping outsized profits and pushing narratives. Let’s connect the dots between these two comments from longtime correspondents: the first is on the model of collecting and selling data (Big Data), and the second on trade: GFB: “If I had a lot of money, would I want to do: A) –invest in the exploration forbidding areas of the globe for oil reserves with a 50/50 chance of no results –negotiate leases...

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