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The genetically-modified CYBORG dragonflies that can be remotely controlled to spy on people

Science fiction continues to become reality. Scientists have developed a way to fit dragonflies with a fingernail-sized backpack – which is powered by a solar panel and controlled remotely Continue……

Trump’s Homeland Security Team Likely to Emphasize Facial Recognition and Biometric Surveillance

While on the campaign trail Trump suggested that his agenda would include mass surveillance of specific targets. “I want surveillance of certain mosques,” Trump said during a rally in Continue……

A world first? Australian airports will ditch passports and scan passengers’ faces, eyes and fingerprints

“In many cases that will mean people, whilst they’ll still have to carry their passport, may not have to present their passport at all in the long term…But in the…

Obama’s last gasp: New rules grant FBI, DEA & CIA access to raw NSA surveillance data

“In the past, there were strict limits on the NSA’s dissemination of this data to domestic law enforcement agencies…The new regulations eviscerate those limits.” Continue……

Glenn Greenwald on the Trump memo, the CIA and Russia

Glenn Greenwald on the Trump memo, the CIA and Russia

Emily Maitlis, BBC Newsnight, Released on 1/12/17 Glenn Greenwald is extremely critical of the CIA concerning the publication of memos which claim that Russia has compromising material on Donald Trump.…

“I have nothing to hide. Why should I care about my privacy?”

There are several very good reasons why you should care about your privacy even if “you’ve got nothing to hide.” Continue……

Donald Trump Plans Revamp of “Completely Politicized” U.S. Spy Agencies

“The view from the Trump team is the intelligence world [is] becoming completely politicized…They all need to be slimmed down. The focus will be on restructuring agencies and how they…

Coming to A Cruise Ship Near You: Wearable Tracking Devices

“As long as bigger, newer, cooler ships have kept coming, the cruise industry has treated guest liabilities — standing in long lines, having a frustrating embarkation experience — as Continue……