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Persistent Surveillance Systems, used for "pre-event forensics, tracking targets in real time, and post-event forensics. " Pre-event forensics? This isn't just about parades and demonstrations. New Legislation Establishes Orwellian Propaganda Agency. Our elected officials in Washington have a habit of passing the laws that the American people would probably most like to know about at times when very few are likely to see it.
On December 23rd of last year, while we the people were busy making preparations for the holidays, President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 into law. Deep within this vast jungle of ink, paper, and legalese, lies a brand new federal agency created to combat what Hillary Clinton has called an “epidemic of fake news and malicious false propaganda.”
Enter the Global Engagement Center. Privacy Advocates Warn of Potential Surveillance Through Listening Devices Like Amazon Echo, Google Home. This is a rush transcript.
Copy may not be in its final form. JUAN GONZÁLEZ: If you received one of those home digital assistants, like Amazon Echo or Google Home, over the holidays, you might want to listen closely. Privacy experts are keeping a close watch on the case of a Bentonville, Arkansas, man who was charged with murder after prosecutors obtained a warrant to receive data from his Amazon Echo, a voice-activated device that’s always listening and often recording. See Maps Showing Where FBI Planes Are Watching From Above. The FBI has a new plan to spy on high school kids across the country. Under new guidelines, the FBI is instructing high schools across the country to report students who criticize government policies and “western corruption” as potential future terrorists, warning that “anarchist extremists” are in the same category as ISIS and young people who are poor, immigrants or travel to “suspicious” countries are more likely to commit horrific violence.
Based on the widely unpopular British “anti-terror” mass surveillance program, the FBI’s “Preventing Violent Extremism in Schools” guidelines, released in January, are almost certainly designed to single out and target Muslim-American communities. Why Restaurants Are Googling Diners Before They Come In. The Real Truth of the X-Files…
Or how mass media manipulates thoughts and opinions through popular culture Kevin Scott KingTruthShock In the spring of 1993 Tim-Berners Lee releases what we know as the World Wide Web… royalty free.
For all intents and purposes this is the ‘Internet’ for most people. The introduction of the WWW creates an explosion of data and information sharing across the globe. ‘Eyewash’: How the CIA deceives its own workforce about operations. Senior CIA officials have for years intentionally deceived parts of the agency workforce by transmitting internal memos that contain false information about operations and sources overseas, according to current and former U.S. officials who said the practice is known by the term “eyewash.”
Agency veterans described the tactic as an infrequent but important security measure, a means of protecting vital secrets by inserting fake communications into routine cable traffic while using separate channels to convey accurate information to cleared recipients. But others cited a significant potential for abuse. Facial Recognition Services Coming to U.S. Airports Starting Next Month – FlyerTalk - The world's most popular frequent flyer community. Facial Recognition Services Coming to U.S.
Airports Starting Next Month. Cryptoscatology: A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part One: Welcome to Gudavia) According to Pew Research, the respectability of the brand name known as the United States appears to be locked in freefall.
Let’s begin with a brief excerpt from Andrea Peterson’s 7-14-14 Washington Post article entitled “America’s ‘Freedom’ Reputation Is on the Decline a Year after NSA Revelations”: A main selling point of the U.S. brand on the international stage has long been summed up with the screech of eagles and one word: “Freedom.” But in the wake of the revelations about U.S. surveillance programs from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden last year, the world is less convinced of the U.S.’s respect for personal freedoms according to new survey results from Pew Research. The Snowden revelations appear to have damaged one major element of America’s global image: its reputation for protecting individual liberties.
Pew calls this decline “the Snowden Effect.” The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’ Fresno Chief of Police Jerry Dyer inside the Fresno Police Department's crime center.
(Nick Otto/For The Washington Post) FRESNO, Calif. — While officers raced to a recent 911 call about a man threatening his ex-girlfriend, a police operator in headquarters consulted software that scored the suspect’s potential for violence the way a bank might run a credit report. The program scoured billions of data points, including arrest reports, property records, commercial databases, deep Web searches and the man’s social- media postings. Did William Casey (ex CIA Director) really say this?, page 1. Posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 06:38 AM a reply to: zerozero00 And what does it mean when the voices of reason become overshadowed by an endless wave of hate and fear?
Not on Facebook or Twitter but abovetopsecret.com. Glenn Greenwald Stands by the Official Narrative. By William A. Blunden Source: Dissident Voice Glenn Greenwald has written an op-ed piece for the Los Angeles Times. Could the Third Amendment be used to fight the surveillance state? The Third Amendment to the United States Constitution is just 32 words: "No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.
" Amongst very nerdy constitutional law circles, the Third Amendment is practically a joke. It’s never been the primary basis of a Supreme Court decision, and it only turns up rarely in legal cases. The reality is that the federal government isn’t going to be sending American soldiers to individual homes anytime soon. Tor Wars: The Signal Awakens. The long arm of the law wants ever more eyes, if you’ll pardon the gruesome metaphor. The UK government recently unveiled an attempt to legalize “draconian state surveillance powers.”
US voices keep calling for a mythical “secure golden key” for government access to encrypted messages. Canadian police describe encryption plus legal decisions favoring online privacy as “a deadly combination.” Meanwhile, in meatspace, cameras are everywhere. New FBI Program Trains Teachers, Students to Snoop On Muslims. Rights groups are charging that a new FBI program to counter "extremism," expected to be unveiled shortly, employs games and online tools that encourage teachers and students to snoop on—and discriminate against—Muslims, in violation of their most fundamental civil liberties. Entitled 'Don't Be a Puppet,' the program "leads the viewer through a series of games and tips intended to teach how to identify someone who may be falling prey to radical extremists," New York Times journalist Laurie Goodstein reported on Monday.
"With each successful answer, scissors cut a puppet’s string, until the puppet is free. " Muslim, Arab, civil rights, and community groups invited by the FBI to "review" the program on October 16 told reporters that Don't Be a Puppet unfairly targets Muslims. "Teachers in classrooms should not become an extension of law enforcement," said Arjun S. The Secret History of American Surveillance. Conspiracy Theory and the Failure of Certainty. MK ULTRA, LSD and the Military Industrial Music Industry. How to gear up for a protest — Hopes&Fears — flow "Politics" "Definitely slanted against the United States" Ray Bradbury's FBI file. Science fiction - a commie plot to undermine American values? The Way GCHQ Obliterated The Guardian’s Laptops May Have Revealed More Than It Intended.
In July 2013, GCHQ, Britain’s equivalent of the U.S. National Security Agency, forced journalists at the London headquarters of The Guardian to completely obliterate the memory of the computers on which they kept copies of top-secret documents provided to them by former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden. How do you spot the next terrorist? Poly-graph. How your phone tracks your every move. Updated Introduction. The Logic of Surveillance Capitalism.
Churches Tracking Attendance With Facial Recognition Technology. Spy Agency's Secret Plans to Foster Online "Conformity" and "Obedience" Exposed. NSA’s Big Defenders Cash Big NSA Checks. High Anxiety: LSD in the Cold War - The New Yorker. Official Leaks: “These Senior People Do Whatever They Want” U.S. secretly tracked billions of calls for decades. Five Eyes. WATCH: John Oliver Employs Brilliant Tactic to Get Edward Snowden to Explain Why NSA Surveillance Matters. “I couldn’t help but be surprised”: These Vietnam-era dirty tricks will shock you. David and Goliath: What do we do about surveillance? - tech - 30 March 2015. Dr. Evil is defending Big Oil — is anyone defending climate the same way? Are You Living with a Terrorist? The US Government Can Help You Be Sure. GCHQ has tools to manipulate online information, leaked documents show. U.S. Spies on Millions of Cars. Secrets of Scientology. Welcome To The Matrix: Enslaved By Technology And The Internet Of Things.
Breaking the Addiction of Dissociation : S.M.A.R.T.'s Ritual Abuse Pages. You're being redirected to. Backroom Move Strips 'Backdoor' NSA Spying Ban From Spending Bill. What would you say to the NSA if you could send them an anonymous message? Cover Story: How NSA Spied on Merkel Cell Phone from Berlin Embassy. Invention Secrecy Orders Reach a 20 Year High.
Ten Popular Mind Control Techniques Used Today. Wish You Had NSA's Cool Spying Toys? Now You Can. The Psychology of Color in Marketing. I’m terrified of my new TV: Why I’m scared to turn this thing on — and you’d be, too. Core Secrets: NSA Saboteurs in China and Germany. The CIA's Secret Journal Articles Are Gossipy, Snarky, and No Longer Classified. Who Is Running Phony Cell Phone Towers Around The United States? The CIA's Mop-Up Man: L.A. Times Reporter Cleared Stories With Agency Before Publication. The U.S. Government's Secret Plans to Spy for American Corporations. Police escalate use of secret surveillance. Extracting audio from visual information. Blogs - Adam Curtis - SUSPICIOUS MINDS. How the NSA hacks PCs, phones, routers, hard disks 'at speed of light': Spy tech catalog leaks. Government agents 'directly involved' in most high-profile US terror plots.
Panopticlick. Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block. GCHQ has tools to manipulate online information, leaked documents show. Why Google Is Yanking Negative Coverage Of Powerful People From Its Search Results. Facebook may have experimented with controlling your emotions without telling you.