We can thank Ed Snowden for blowing the whistle on the massive NSA spying operations being executed on the American public. He is still in exile in Russia and may never set foot in America again for fear of arrest and federal prosecution.
Total Surveillance Society
Police can now get warrants to demand that Google give up ‘geofence’ records of everyone who was near the scene of a crime. Being at the wrong place at the wrong time can get you busted as a suspect and possible arrest.
Big Tech Technocrats who created facial recognition for surveillance are now fighting against any citizen- or legislator-led initiative to ban the technology over privacy concerns. Technocrats believe that science should know everything about you with no rights to privacy
Leaders in ‘conservative’ Utah have swan-dived into predictive policing and surveillance by granting a private company access to virtually all of its data systems and cameras in the state. This is Technocracy at work and reveals the deepest level of bonding between private and public entities.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act has been greatly abused in recent years and is full of loopholes that allow bad actors to misuse the system for political purposes, including spying on Americans. The current FISA legislation is due to expire in 2 weeks.
Technocrats at the NSA fleeced the U.S. Treasury to harvest hundreds of billions of US phone records and conversations. The fact that it produced no actionable criminal arrests indicates that this may not have been its original objective at all.
Students across the country are rebelling against the use of facial recognition to track them 24×7 and record class attendance. UCLA got wind of this negative student sentiment and decided to scrap its own surveillance program
Millions of home assistant devices like Alexa listen to, transcribe and record your private conversations. If you don’t like that, your only recourse is to kick it out of your house or better yet, don’t buy one in the first place.
Bayer, a company completely given over to Sustainable Development, is making its entry into the intelligence world by investing in a geospatial innovation center in St. Louis. GEOINT means real-time tracking of everything that moves.
Using location services, GIS is ‘location intelligence’ that provides a master framework to give context and meaning to data. It layers various data around geospatial features, including things that move