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Victoria Police to use aerial surveillance to spy on AFL fans illegally celebrating Grand Final

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Google is spying on your private conversations, manipulating search results: researcher

LifeSiteNews | youtube.com Dr. Robert Epstein is Harvard-trained researcher who believes the four major tech giants have become too dangerous for our democracy. He thinks the massive amount of surveillance, censorship, and manipulation carried out by the likes of Google … Continue reading

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Panopticon and Its Implications

A Panopticon is a historic type of institutional building that was designed and elaborated by Jeremy Bentham, who was a prominent social theorist in the 18th century. The building itself is a multi-functional form of organization that surveilles individuals within … Continue reading

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RCMP cameras with crime photos found in trees

Source: CBC A B.C. man has seized two surveillance cameras he says RCMP had hidden in trees near his trailer home, and they are full of images from crime scenes and investigations. Dion Nordick of Grand Forks told CBC News … Continue reading

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The Careerists

Chris Hedges truthdig.com The greatest crimes of human history are made possible by the most colorless human beings. They are the careerists. The bureaucrats. The cynics. They do the little chores that make vast, complicated systems of exploitation and death … Continue reading

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Big Brother Australia Looking to Monitor Full Spectrum Communications

Nicholas West activistpost.com The most expansive set of surveillance powers since the attacks of 2001 are set to be rolled out in Australia unless there is overwhelming public resistance. The new proposals are being issued by the intelligence community itself, … Continue reading

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The World Tomorrow : Cypherpunks Part 1

Julian Assange Journeyman Pictures A terrifying war is being fought in the digital second world of modern life. Technology designed to soak up individual’s private communications is in constant development. In the age of cyber surveillance where does the boundary … Continue reading

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Northern Light

Chris Hedges truthdig.com I gave a talk last week at Canada’s Wilfrid Laurier University to the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Many in the audience had pinned small red squares of felt to their clothing. The carre rouge, … Continue reading

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University of Texas researchers design chip allowing mobile devices to see through walls

Madison Rupport EndtheLie As unbelievable as it sounds, researchers at the University of Texas at Dallashave created an imager chip for mobile devices which would turn an ordinary cell phone into something which can see through walls, wood, plastics, paper, … Continue reading

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Inside Story – The UK ‘snooping’ plan: Security vs privacy

Inside Story Al Jazeera Is the UK’s new online surveillance plan an essential security tool or an unnecessary breach of personal freedoms? Guests: Bob Ayers; Adrian Mars; and Danvers Baillieu.

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