Walgreens, Nestle, Coors and more use Iris-tracking cameras to spy on shoppers

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
By Paul Martin JAN 29 2019 I hope you had a happy new year, “because I’m about to ruin the image and the style that you’re used to.” Gone are the days when you sent your daughter to the store and worried that some creepy old man might upskirt her Because now retailers will do what... »

Coalition Demands Amazon, Microsoft, and Google Stop Giving Facial Recognition Tech to Government Agencies

Monday, January 21, 2019
By Paul Martin

By Michael Maharrey JANUARY 21, 2019 The Tenth Amendment Center has joined more than 85 other organizations demanding Microsoft, Google and Amazon stop providing facial recognition surveillance technology to government agencies. The TAC signed on to separate letters to all three companies. Microsoft Amazon Google The coalition makes it clear to each company... »

Amazon Ring Surveillance Cameras Are Spying On You, They Want Private Watchlists; Mobile Providers Cease Selling Location Data To Third Party Apps

Saturday, January 12, 2019
By Paul Martin

By Aaron Kesel JANUARY 11, 2019 It’s not enough that Amazon is on record working with the FBI with its Facial Rekogntion biometric software … no, Amazon is also spying on its customers of its recently purchased home surveillance cameras called “Ring,” The Intercept reported. For those unfamiliar with Amazon “Ring,” they are... »

Border Patrol and the TSA allowed to secretly spy on everyone’s social media accounts

Friday, January 11, 2019
By Paul Martin Jan 10 2019 The U.S. Border Patrol (CBP) and the TSA claim they need to secretly spy on everyone’s social media accounts so they can understand a person’s relationship with their friends, family and the government. According to a DHS report published last month, nothing can stop the Border Patrol or the TSA... »

It’s Back: How to Prep for Ebola 2.0

Sunday, December 30, 2018
By Paul Martin December 30, 2018 The second biggest Ebola outbreak in history is going on the in the Democratic Republic of Congo right now. It’s second only to the 2014 outbreak that infected nearly thirty thousand people and killed more than 11,000. And now, it may be here in America. An American healthcare worker was... »

Year in Review: Airport Surveillance Takes Off in a New, Dangerous Direction

Saturday, December 29, 2018
By Paul Martin

By Jennifer Granick and India McKinney DECEMBER 29, 2018 In 2018, we learned that expanded biometric surveillance is coming to an airport near you. This includes face recognition, iris scans, and fingerprints. And government agencies aren’t saying anything about how they will protect this highly sensitive information. This fall, the Transportation Security Administration... »

WikiLeaks Releases U.S. Embassy Shopping List, Further Exposing Surveillance By The Special Collection Service

Thursday, December 27, 2018
By Paul Martin

By Aaron Kesel DECEMBER 27, 2018 The international whistleblowing organization, WikiLeaks, has published a Christmas-themed searchable database of more than 16,000 acquisition requests posted by United States embassies around the world for various job listings, revealing covert activities like spying. All U.S. embassies post requests for quotations and job listings on their websites... »

2018: The year public watchlists became commonplace

Wednesday, December 26, 2018
By Paul Martin DEC 26 2018 A few months ago I called 2018 the “Rise of Spying Transit Police” but after looking through my archives, I noticed a more disturbing pattern emerge. Time and again, month after month, most of the stories I wrote revolved around one thing, watchlists. In January, I wrote two stories about... »

Government Shutdown or Not, the Police State Will Continue to Flourish

Tuesday, December 25, 2018
By Paul Martin

By John W. Whitehead December 24, 2018 “There is no more dangerous menace to civilization than a government of incompetent, corrupt, or vile men.”—Ludwig von Mises The government has shut down again. At least, parts of the government have temporarily shut down over President Trump’s demand for a $5 billion border wall. Yet... »

Spy fears see removal of £2bn Chinese technology from UK Police and Ambulance 999 systems

Sunday, December 23, 2018
By Paul Martin

CHINESE-MADE components will be stripped from communications equipment of hundreds of thousands of British police and ambulance workers amid spying fears. By EMILY FERGUSON Sun, Dec 23, 2018 Project supplier EE will remove Huawei hardware from a police and ambulance network designed to provide secure mobile data and call coverage, The Sunday Telegraph... »

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