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Google Patents Reveal Plan For Total Big Brother Home Surveillance

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Newly unearthed patents reveal how Google plans to spy on children and families in the home and then issue verbal instructions on how they can improve their behavior. Fox News’ Tucker Carlson revealed a September 2016 patent in which Google imagines how it can “take control of your parenting, your relationship with your children”. In one example, Google plans to track if children are attempting... 

New Facebook facial recognition spots you even if you’re not tagged

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The world’s largest social network has just rolled out a new feature of its facial recognition technology that will notify users when someone has uploaded a photo of them even if they haven’t been tagged in it on Facebook. The new feature sprang into action Tuesday. Facebook says it will “help people better manage their identity” on the platform “using face recognition.” Though not all... 

Hillary's Ex-Miss Universe Alicia Machado Exposed - She's A BEAUTY!

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On Monday night Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of being an insensitive boor for “fat-shaming” Miss Universe Alicia Machado while she was Miss Universe in 1996. Machado was representing the Miss Universe pageant at the time, which Trump owned. Alicia Machado is a real BEAUTY both literally and figuratively. Machado claimed that she felt humiliated when she was photographed exercising at a... 

Big Brother Watching You on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

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The US Central Intelligence Agency has become increasingly focused on monitoring social media, according to a document obtained by The Intercept; the intelligence agency is pouring money in start-ups mining tweets, Instagram photos and Facebook posts. Every time you post a message on Facebook or share a photo on Instagram, remember this: Big Brother is watching you. No, it’s not a quotation... 

New York artist to debut 'drone-proof' anti-surveillance clothing line

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Some fashonistas strive for sexy when it comes to clothes, but one artist from New York is taking a rather utilitarian approach with outfits — he’s about to unveil a whole line of garments designed to make the wearer nearly invisible to drones. Brooklyn-based artist Adam Harvey used to work primarily with photography, but he undertakes an entirely different medium with his newest project. He says... 

UN Calls for Internet Big Brother System to Combat Terrorism

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Cyber cafes and libraries would be required to retain your personal information for law enforcement. Under the rubric of combating international terrorism, the United Nations is calling for pervasive and widespread internet surveillance, Declan McCullagh reported on Monday. Terrorists are exploiting Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Dropbox, to spread “propaganda” and open Wi-Fi networks in airports... 

CCTV That Recognize Faces from Half a Mile Away May Breach Human Rights

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High–definition CCTV cameras that can identify and track faces from half–a–mile away could turn Britain into a Big Brother society if left unregulated, the first surveillance commissioner has warned. Andrew Rennison said new technology was being rolled out without public consultation. It is so intrusive that Britain may be in breach of human rights laws, he warned, and most people are ignorant... 

DHS has a list of words deemed "suspicious"

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Threat detection: Released under a freedom of information request, the information sheds new light on how government analysts are instructed to patrol the internet searching for domestic and external threats The Department of Homeland Security has flagged hundreds of words as “suspect” – and while many make sense, like “Al Qaeda,” some are just plain odd. For example, the... 

Big Brother gives hints on how to spot citizen terrorists

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Do you own flashlights? Or pay with cash instead of a credit card? And do grocery shopping for the week? I do. You probably do – and guess what, according to the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, that could make both of us terrorists. Recently, a Department of Homeland Security video has been making its way around the Internet; it tells people in no mixed terms that “paying cash is... 

NORAD keeps Santa under surveillance

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As Santa is once again moving along his annual route around the globe, the penetrating eye of NORAD is tracking his every move. And with Big Brother watching, Old Saint Nick cannot afford to let things slide and leave some good kid without a present. ­During the holidays, the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s mission is to make sure Christmas comes with all the trimmings. The operation... 

Obama administration unveils online ID system

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Big Brother? Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, pictured here with Obama, claims the move will protect Internet consumers from fraud and identity theft. A plan to create a national online identity system was launched today to help combat cyber crime. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke claimed the move will protect Internet consumers from fraud and identity theft. Unveiling the scheme, he insisted the cyber... 

In Tunisia, Ben Ali was 'big brother'

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Protesters gather in Tunis. Tunisian President Zine el Abidine ben Ali. One Tunisian recounts his run-ins with the party of President Zine el Abidine ben Ali, which asked him repeatedly to become a ‘citizen watcher’ and inform on friends, family and co-workers. Reporting from Tunis, Tunisia — He remembers the form. You filled it out to become a “citizen watcher” for the party... 

White House Seeks Broad Powers to Wiretap Internet

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Though the administration is also on the verge of getting broad powers to destroy the entire Internet on national security grounds, President Obama is also seeking Congressional approval for a bill that would grant him virtually limitless power to wiretap online communications as well. The bill would require every single online service with even a peripheral capability of allowing for communication... 

David Cameron pledges war on Labour's Big Brother control state

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Conservative leader David Cameron warned today that Labour has created a ‘control state’ with sweeping powers to intrude into people’s private lives. Officials now had more than 1,000 reasons to knock on people’s doors and demand to enter their home, he said. That was more like a ‘foreign dictatorship or bygone age’ than a modern democracy. Mr Cameron also attacked... 
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