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Alexa Voice Logs Are Stored Forever

The Daily Beast, Released on 7/3/19 “The extent to which this data is shared with third parties, and how those third parties use and control that information, is still unclear,”…

The Govt. Wants to Outlaw Encrypted Messaging in iMessage, WhatsApp, Signal, Wickr, Telegram, Etc.

The Organic Prepper, Released on 7/1/19 Your time to discuss things privately over the phone may be running out. Continue……

Mass Surveillance: The Pentagon Can Now ID You By Your Heartbeat With A Laser

SHTFplan, Released on 6/27/19 As if we aren’t being tracked, recorded, and monitored enough, the Pentagon now has a laser that can identify a person by their heartbeat. Your heartbeat…

‘Oops, we did it again!’ NSA caught illegally collecting Americans’ phone data

RT, Released on 6/27/19 The NSA has been caught illegally collecting Americans’ phone metadata yet again Continue……

Full Blown Surveillance? New Smart Cameras Installed in California to “Prevent” Crime

MSN, Released on 6/25/19 “We have video analytics for crime prevention so again we’re looking for suspicious objects being left behind, we’re looking for people gathering somewhere maybe even a…

Robert Siciliano – Hire a Hacker

Robert Siciliano – Hire a Hacker

Financial Survival Network, Released on 6/25/19 Computer security is no laughing matter. Recently I was at a dentist’s office and they were still using computers running Windows XP, a 20…

Martin Armstrong: Is Facial Recognition Destroying our Right to Privacy?

Armstrong Economics, Released on 6/25/19 The recent Financial Times investigation revealed that Microsoft had collected discreetly a facial recognition database of some 10 million images of some 100,000 people. Continue……

Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch.

The Mercury News, Released on 6/21/19 Mercury News’ latest privacy experiment concluded that Chrome placed more than 11,000 tracker cookies into its browser — in a single week. Here’s why…