The European Union May Ban Facial Recognition For 5-Year Review Of Tech

The European Union May Ban Facial Recognition For 5-Year Review Of Tech By Aaron Kesel The European Union is considering banning facial recognition technology which has raised massive privacy concerns over the years since its inception, risking us walking into George Orwell’s nightmare 1984. The European Commission is considering a ban on all facial recognition technology in public places for three to five years, the BBC reported. The Commission  hopes to examine the technology during these years with “a sound methodology for assessing the impacts of this technology and possible…

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WW3 UPDATE: Two U.S. Bases Attacked By Iran With Barrage Of Missile Fire, Civilian Ukraine Jet Crashes, Iran Hit By Earthquake At Nuclear Power Plant

WW3 UPDATE: Two U.S. Bases Attacked By Iran With Barrage Of Missile Fire, Civilian Ukraine Jet Crashes, Iran Hit By Earthquake At Nuclear Power Plant By Aaron Kesel Iran has unleashed a barrage of missile fire on military base Al-Asad and Erbil in Iraq, leading many to speculate there is a greater response to come; and if the events in the past few days wasn’t a sign of war, this certainly is. Amid the attack, there was also a report of a civilian airliner crashing in Tehran that was heading…

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Anti-War Protests Flood U.S. Streets As American Iraq Airbase Attacked And Numerous Other Locations

Anti-War Protests Flood U.S. Streets As American Iraq Airbase Attacked And Numerous Other Locations By Aaron Kesel Thousands of people took to the streets across the U.S. today to protest against what has become known as “Trump’s War” on social media, more commonly referred to as potentially the start of World War Three. This is amid claims that Northern Baghdad, Balad Airbase, has been struck by missile fire after explosions were also heard in Iraq’s Green Zone and that an Iranian base was also hit by shelling, suggesting the two…

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No War With Iran: Code Pink And Other Activists Call For Rallies Against U.S. Aggression After Assassination Of Iran General

No War With Iran: Code Pink And Other Activists Call For Rallies Against U.S. Aggression After Assassination Of Iran General By Aaron Kesel U.S. President Donald Trump has assassinated General Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, causing speculation that these actions may ultimately lead to World War Three to bring in the New Year with a “bang.” In response, CodePink, an activism organization that stands against war, has responded calling for anti-war rallies across the U.S. that show citizens do not consent to conflict with Iran. There…

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Morocco Arrests Journalist And YouTuber; Singapore Defends Fake News Law

Morocco Arrests Journalist And YouTuber; Singapore Defends Fake News Law By Aaron Kesel All over the world there has been a crackdown of freedom of the press and speech. Now, Morocco has arrested a journalist and YouTuber for criticizing their King, amid Singapore defending its Orwellian fake news law. Morocco has arrested YouTuber Mohamed Sekkaki and journalist Omar Radi in two separate cases for criticizing the Moroccan King Mohammed VI and making comments about a court decision and the judge in charge of the case against the leaders of the…

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Is SEC Enforcer Steven Peikin A Goldman Sachs Crony Protecting Corruption?

Is SEC Enforcer Steven Peikin A Goldman Sachs Crony Protecting Corruption? By Aaron Kesel Ever since the 2016 election, when the DNC super Democrats (delegates) and the Clintons rigged the Democratic Primary against Bernie Sanders, this reporter has spent a lot of time researching the corruption of the Washington, D.C. swamp (that obviously wasn’t drained when Trump was elected). In fact, as this author has reported, the swamp was filled with Goldman Sachs swamp monsters and alleged fraudsters (here, here here and here.) It has been this reporter’s goal to…

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Amazon Ring’s Data Maps Surveillance Network; Jeff Bezos Embraces Fascism with Amazon Military Support

Amazon Ring’s Data Maps Surveillance Network; Jeff Bezos Embraces Fascism with Amazon Military Support By Aaron Kesel “Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power.”― Benito Mussolini Jeff Bezos has embraced fascism, criticizing Silicon Valley for employees of companies like Google who don’t wish to work with the military. Meanwhile, a Gizmodo investigation has revealed that Amazon’s blanket surveillance network, Ring, has lied and misrepresented “what information, if any, they share with law enforcement.” Bezos made the comments during a Department…

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Habeas Corpus? Trump Administration Uses Patriot Act Provision 412 To Indefinitely Detain Man

Habeas Corpus? Trump Administration Uses Patriot Act Provision 412 To Indefinitely Detain Man By Aaron Kesel The Trump administration has enacted Section 412 of the PATRIOT Act to keep a Palestinian man behind bars. The provision of the act allows for the indefinite detention of resident aliens under national security grounds. Of course, not to be confused with the indefinite detention of American citizens under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Adham Amin Hassoun has spent nearly the entire “war on terror” behind two cement walls. Hassoun was first charged…

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U.S. Lawmakers Demand Amazon Disclose How Ring Stores Data

U.S. Lawmakers Demand Amazon Disclose How Ring Stores Data By Aaron Kesel U.S. lawmakers are demanding that Amazon tell them more about how Ring, Amazon’s surveillance network, is protecting consumer data. They cited the potential for the sensitive footage “detailing the lives of millions of Americans” to fall into the hands of hackers and foreign spies. On Wednesday, five Democratic lawmakers made their concerns public about potential security vulnerabilities in Ring’s systems and the sharing of Americans’ home security footage with research and development teams on foreign soil in a…

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Google Faces Antitrust Probes By 50 States And DOJ — Use Presearch

Google Faces Antitrust Probes By 50 States And DOJ — Use Presearch By Aaron Kesel Google is facing an antitrust violation investigation into its practices of its search and Android software in all 48 states, Puerto Rico and Washington DC by their respective attorneys general, CNBC reported. The states investigating Google are preparing to expand their antitrust probe beyond the company’s advertising business to its search and Android businesses. The attorneys general will write up subpoenas known as civil investigative demands, or CIDs, to support the ongoing investigation into Google’s…

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