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Australian bill spells trouble for data privacy around the world

The Hill, Released on 11/4/18 Encryption and other forms of electronic protection are vital security measures that protect private, commercial and Government data and make the communications and devices of…

Controversial AI ‘Lie Detectors’ Coming To EU Airports, Border Crossings

Zero Hedge, Released on 11/5/18 Several European airports will deploy an AI-powered lie detector at border checkpoints in a trial run of the new technology, reports CNN. Continue……

How the government uses its giant facial recognition database

Sovereign Man, Released on 10/29/18 In July 1996, flight TWA 800 exploded in mid-air, 12 minutes after taking off from JFK International Airport in New York. All 230 passengers on…

TSA Confirms Biometrics, Facial Recognition to Be Condition for All Air Travelers

TSA.gov, Released on 10/15/18 The Transportation Security Administration today released its plan to expand the use of biometrics technology as part of its continued effort to enhance security and the…

Orwellian Surveillance: Amazon Pitched US Gov’t On Facial Recognition Cameras To Track Immigrants

Zero Hedge, Released on 10/24/18 Amazon Inc. met with officials from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in June as part of an attempt to market the company’s new facial recognition…

Robotic Security Forces On Patrol In NYC Prompt Privacy Concerns

CBS New York, Released on 10/16/18 Autonomoust spy machines are already patrolling the streets of New York City. Capable of 24 hours surveillance, the robots Continue……

Believe women: Apply Congress’ Christine Blasey Ford test to TSA’s female victims

USA Today, Released on 10/15/18 Women (and men, for that matter) are routinely being sexually assaulted by the TSA. Where’s the outrage? Continue……

Facebook Wants To Put A Camera In Your Home

SHTFplan, Released on 10/8/18 As if the blatant censorship and violation of privacy weren’t bad enough, Facebook seeks to ramp up their presence in Continue……