Surveillance / Intrussion


The Creepy Line: A New Documentary on the Immense Power of Tech Giants

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute December 6, 2018   The Creepy Line: A New Documentary on the Immense Power of Tech Giants   The Creepy Line, a new documentary by director M.A. Taylor, is now streaming at Amazon Prime. It provides an interesting and revealing look at how Google and Facebook influence their users’ view of […]

The Creepy Line: A New Documentary on the Immense Power of Tech Giants

Amazon Echo Home Recordings At Center Of Murder Trial As Judge Orders Data Release

By Nicholas West Activist Post November 14, 2018   Amazon Echo Home Recordings At Center Of Murder Trial As Judge Orders Data Release     A new type of court case has been slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices. The very nature of […]

Amazon Echo Home Recordings At Center Of Murder Trial As Judge Orders Data Release

It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Google

It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Google

By Mark Nestmann Nestmann.com November 8, 2018   It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Google       A few months ago, the Verge leaked a training video from Google. The video, obviously not intended for public distribution, described the data produced by a girl on her cell phone – all snatched up by Google without her awareness. […]


Security Robots Invade NYC, and An Education Droid Speaks At UK Parliament

Security Robots Invade NYC, and An Education Droid Speaks At UK Parliament

By Aaron Kesel Activist Post October 18, 2018   Security Robots Invade NYC, and An Education Droid Speaks At UK Parliament     Security robots have invaded NYC and are now patrolling the streets, while diplomatic robots are roaming around UK parliament floors. Robots are becoming more prevalent and relevant in society and, like it or […]


Walmart Has An Incredibly Creepy Cart Patent To Monitor Your Biometric Data

By Aaron Kesel Activist Post October 12, 2018   Walmart Has An Incredibly Creepy Cart Patent To Monitor Your Biometric Data     Walmart has a totally creepy idea to monitor your biometric data, pulse, and location from the sensors on a shopping cart handle, Motherboard reported.   Walmart recently applied for a patent that details biometric shopping […]

Walmart Has An Incredibly Creepy Cart Patent To Monitor Your Biometric Data

Schools Pushing For Police-Grade Surveillance Technology To “Protect” Students

Schools Pushing For Police-Grade Surveillance Technology To “Protect” Students

By Aaron Kesel Activist Post October 9, 2018   Schools Pushing For Police-Grade Surveillance Technology To “Protect” Students     After the most recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, schools across the U.S. are installing police-grade surveillance “gunshot-detection systems,” metal detectors and even biometric locks requiring facial recognition or a person’s iris, The Atlantic reported. Hermosa Elementary in […]


Government Surveillance: Those Signs Showing Your Speed May Be SPYING On You

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com October 2, 2018   Government Surveillance: Those Signs Showing Your Speed May Be SPYING On You     Those signs that show you how fast you are traveling may be a part of a United States government surveillance program. That sign might not only be there to remind you what the speed […]

Government Surveillance: Those Signs Showing Your Speed May Be SPYING On You

Wendy’s Sued For Violating Illinois Law Against Biometrics

By Aaron Kesel Activist Post September 25, 2018   Wendy’s Sued For Violating Illinois Law Against Biometrics     A class-action lawsuit was filed in Illinois against a fast food restaurant chain of the Wendy’s franchise. The suit accuses the company of violating state laws for the way the business stores its employees’ fingerprints, ZDNet reported.   The […]

Wendy’s Sued For Violating Illinois Law Against Biometrics

Apple Is Now Giving People “Trust Scores” Based on Their Calls and Emails

Apple Is Now Giving People “Trust Scores” Based on Their Calls and Emails

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com September 21, 2018   Apple Is Now Giving People “Trust Scores” Based on Their Calls and Emails     This information will likely not be a surprise to anyone who has been paying attention to Big Tech’s increasing propensity to violate the privacy of users and use their data for questionable reasons, […]