Surveillance / Intrussion


Olympic Athletes Could Soon Face Being Microchipped ‘Like Dogs’ To Compete

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com October 19, 2017   Olympic Athletes Could Soon Face Being Microchipped ‘Like Dogs’ To Compete     While some say microchipping humans is the wave of the future, others think it could be the Biblical “mark of the beast.” Regardless, the next group to face the potentiality of being microchipped like dogs […]

Olympic Athletes Could Soon Face Being Microchipped ‘Like Dogs’ To Compete

Technotyranny: The Deep State’s Spy Secrets Revealed

Technotyranny: The Deep State’s Spy Secrets Revealed

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute October 18, 2017   Technotyranny: The Deep State’s Spy Secrets Revealed   The government has become an expert in finding ways to sidestep what it considers “inconvenient laws” aimed at ensuring accountability and thereby bringing about government transparency and protecting citizen privacy. Indeed, it has mastered the art of […]


Smart Devices Are Snitching On Owners And Rewriting The Criminal Justice System

By Nicholas West Activist Post October 12, 2017   Smart Devices Are Snitching On Owners And Rewriting The Criminal Justice System     A new type of court case is slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices. Several cases over the last few years […]

Smart Devices Are Snitching On Owners And Rewriting The Criminal Justice System

Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano Mises Institute October 10, 2017   Can the Government Keep Us Safe?   Here we go again. The United States has been rattled to the core by an unspeakable act of evil perpetrated by a hater of humanity. A quiet, wealthy loner rented a hotel suite in Las Vegas, armed it […]


WikiLeaks Releases Moscow’s Surveillance Files

By Aaron Kesel Activist Post October 10, 2017   WikiLeaks Releases Moscow’s Surveillance Files     The international whistleblower coalition WikiLeaks who have had their sights on the CIA, pivoted their focus to Russia’s own surveillance, offering a look at technical details of how Moscow spies on its citizens’ mobile data online. RELEASE: Spy Files #Russia https://t.co/CJMQVrNXef #SORM […]

WikiLeaks Releases Moscow’s Surveillance Files

USA LIBERTY Act - Making Spying On You Permanent

USA LIBERTY Act – Making Spying On You Permanent

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute October 5, 2017   USA LIBERTY Act – Making Spying On You Permanent   With Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act set to expire at the end of the year, Congress is scurrying to find a way to preserve the post-9/11 authority for the government to conduct mass surveillance […]


BREAKING: FISA Section 702 Reauthorization Bill Circulated

By Patrick G. Eddington Cato.org October 4, 2017   FISA Section 702 Reauthorization Bill Circulated   Earlier this afternoon, the House Judiciary Committee circulated its draft FISA Sec. 702 reauthorization bill. This is a preliminary readout of the major problems I see with this legislation. Mandatory Data Destruction Not Mandatory One of the biggest vulnerabilities […]

FISA Section 702 Reauthorization Bill Circulated

After Hack, Registry-Cleaning App CCleaner Infected Users With Malware

By Laura Northrup Consumerist September 19, 2017   After Hack, Registry-Cleaning App CCleaner Infected Users With Malware     When you download an app meant to clean your computer, you assume that it’s supposed to remove junk from your machine, not add more. Yet for about a month, downloads of the popular program CCleaner came with a free […]

After Hack, Registry-Cleaning App CCleaner Infected Users With Malware

Hackers Break Equifax – Big Time!

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics September 11, 2017   Hackers Break Equifax – Big Time!     Welcome to the reality of the Digital World and there are those in government who want to eliminate cash and force everyone into electronic deposits. Well the new data breach at credit bureau Equifax appears to have affected up […]

Hackers Break Equifax – Big Time!

Cashless Society: China’s KFC Introduces Facial Recognition Payment System

By Nicholas West Activist Post September 6, 2017   Cashless Society: China’s KFC Introduces Facial Recognition Payment System     Step by step, facial recognition has been accepted by the general public for security; its appearance is proliferating at airports and at train stations around the world. With that acclimatization in full swing, facial recognition is […]

Cashless Society: China’s KFC Introduces Facial Recognition Payment System

Spyware Found In Over 500 Android Apps, Together Downloaded More Than 100M Times

Spyware Found In Over 500 Android Apps, Together Downloaded More Than 100M Times

By Kate Cox Consumerist August 23, 2017   Spyware Found In Over 500 Android Apps, Together Downloaded More Than 100M Times     Official storefronts that sell apps — Google Play and Apple’s App Store — do their best to make sure everything they’re distributing to you isn’t going to wreck your phone or steal […]


New Graphene Electronic Tattoo For Tracking Internet Of Things And Biometric IDs

By Nicholas West Activist Post August 8, 2017   New Graphene Electronic Tattoo For Tracking Internet Of Things And Biometric IDs     New biometric tracking methods seem to be rolled out by the day for policing, travel, banking, medical applications, and beyond. February of last year I covered a development by a company called Chaotic Moon […]

New Graphene Electronic Tattoo For Tracking Internet Of Things And Biometric IDs