Technology

Pro-ISIS(ICIA) hackers threaten US, Europe, Australia with ‘electronic war’

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com May 13, 2015 A hacker group claiming Islamic State affiliation has released a video threatening “electronic war” against the US, Europe, and Australia. They say they’ve already hacked sites belonging to “American leadership,” an Australian airport, and “others.” The three-minute video, titled ‘Message to America,’ was uploaded by a group calling itself the... »

GATTACA rising: Corporations begin genetic testing of employees

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: L.J. Devon NaturalNews.com Wednesday, May 13, 2015 In the 1997 science fiction film GATTACA, society is dominated by a system of eugenics, where potential children are conceived through genetic manipulation. The main character, Vincent Freeman, is conceived outside the eugenics system and fights to overcome genetic discrimination in a society that engineers humans... »

Report: TSA Screening Equipment Not Being Maintained; Safety Of Americans In Jeopardy

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

Agency doesn’t know what screening equipment is working correctly Steve Watson Prisonplanet.com May 12, 2015 A report published by a government accountability group states that the TSA is jeopardizing the safety of travelers and aircraft because it is not adequately maintaining security equipment. The report, by the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector... »

A former top Canadian spy told us about 4 huge cyber threats that are emerging

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

NATASHA BERTRAND BusinessInsider.com May 12, 2015 Technology researchers estimate that anywhere from 25-50 billion devices, or more than three for every person on the planet, will be connected to the internet by the end of 2020. And as the internet of things grows, so does the number of threat actors bent on exploiting its... »

‘Broadest spying powers imaginable’: SNP MPs plan to block Tory Snoopers’ Charter

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com May 12, 2015 Scottish Nationalists are hoping to use their newfound parliamentary leverage to block controversial Tory plans to introduce legislation that would see the further erosion of privacy rights across the UK. As the first days of parliament get under way, Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) MPs are planning to rail against Tory... »

Canada, welcome to the US-style Surveillance State

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Jon Rappoport ActivistPost.com Tuesday, May 12, 2015 Obama likes to say, “We’re all in this together.” Well, our 2 populations are now together as targets of spying. The notorious Bill C-51 to expand spying on citizens in Canada has passed the House of Commons, by a vote of 183-96. It now moves to... »

Controversial US planes to be deployed in Tokyo despite local opposition

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com May 12, 2015 Japan has announced it will let the US Air Force deploy a number of CV-22 Osprey aircraft at an airbase in western Tokyo from 2017. The move has brought numerous protests from local residents concerned about the plane’s safety record. The Ospreys are to be based at the Yokota Air... »

Presidential Contender Rubio Supports Massive Spying On the American People

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

Says NSA not interested in your phone calls, has broken no laws Kurt Nimmo Prison Planet.com May 12, 2015 Marco Rubio, said to be the favorite of Republican voters for the 2016 presidential race, wants to extend the NSA’s unconstitutional surveillance program. “The government is not listening to your phone calls or recording them... »

U.S. Military CAUGHT moving Microwave Weapons (Active-Denial System) into Nevada for Jade Helm; What “crowd control” is planned?

Monday, May 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

InvestmentWatchblog.com May 11th, 2015 Video has surfaced of the United States Army pre-positioning “non-lethal, Active-Denial” microwave weapons into Nevada for the upcoming Jade Helm “exercise.” If this is just an exercise, why is the military moving crowd control weapons that heat a person’s skin to 130 degrees, with a two second burst, causing them... »

NSA Spying Ruled Illegal, But Will Congress Save the Program Anyway?

Monday, May 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

RonPaulInstitute.org May 10, 2015 This week the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the NSA’s metadata collection program was not authorized in US law. The PATRIOT Act, under which the program began, was too vague, the court found. But the truth is the Act was intended to be vague so that the government... »

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