5 Important Stories We’re Paying Attention To

5 Important Stories We’re Paying Attention To By Simon Black, Sovereign Man Last week we started a new feature in Notes from the Field– a Friday roll-up of bizarre, often overlooked stories that my team and I think are worth following with great interest. Based on the positive feedback we received from last week’s article, we thought we’d continue the trend. So here are a few important stories that we’re paying close attention to: The City of Chicago Paid $113 million in police misconduct cases last year Call me crazy, but this…

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Artificial Intelligence Facial Recognition Is Now Becoming More Diverse And Inclusive

Artificial Intelligence Facial Recognition Is Now Becoming More Diverse And Inclusive By WeAreChange Facial recognition is being rolled out across the planet at warp speed despite being riddled with errors. Luke Rudkowski and Jason Bermas cover the move to be sure that this Orwellian system of total surveillance and identification includes everyone to be tracked, traced and databased.  Visit our MAIN SITE for more breaking news http://wearechange.org/ https://teespring.com/stores/wearechange SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/wearech… STEEMIT: https://steemit.com/@lukewearechange MINDS: https://www.minds.com/wearechange OH YEAH since we are not corporate or government owned help us out http://wearechange.org/donate Also…

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Law Enforcement Uses Facial Recognition To Identify Shoplifters

Law Enforcement Uses Facial Recognition To Identify Shoplifters By MassPrivateI For those of you who still hold onto to the idea that America will never follow in China’s Big Brother footsteps, I give you this disturbing story. A recent CNET article revealed how the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) in Oregon uses Amazon’s Rekognition software to identify shoplifters. The speedy investigation was made possible by Amazon’s Rekognition, facial recognition software that let the Washington County Sheriff’s Office create its own searchable database of county jail mugshots. An unnamed WCSO Deputy allegedly…

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San Diego Has Been Turned Into A Massive Chinese-Style Public Surveillance Network

San Diego Has Been Turned Into A Massive Chinese-Style Public Surveillance Network By MassPrivateI Can you imagine a city in the United States secretly creating a Chinese-style public surveillance network that can identify everyone? Can you imagine that same city secretly creating a Chinese-style public watchlisting network? Well imagine no more because it has already happened. When I wrote about “covert facial recognition streetlights coming to a city near you” last year, I never would have dreamt that my article would become a reality so quickly. A recent article in the…

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After Innocent Couple Murdered Over Cop’s Lies, Houston Police Vow No More No-Knock Raids

After Innocent Couple Murdered Over Cop’s Lies, Houston Police Vow No More No-Knock Raids By Matt Agorist Houston, TX — It has been three weeks since the Houston police department fabricated information which led to a no-knock raid on an innocent couple’s home. The botched raid left an innocent husband, an innocent wife, and their dog—all murdered—as well as four cops shot. Now, in a move TFTP has never seen, the Houston police department is claiming they are taking steps to prevent future scenarios like this from happening—by ceasing the…

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Arizona Trying to Become First in U.S. to Require Citizen DNA

Arizona Trying to Become First in U.S. to Require Citizen DNA By Jason Erickson Apparently emboldened by President Trump’s recent signing of the Rapid DNA Act, Arizona could be the first to make DNA collection mandatory for a wide range of reasons under a proposed bill. As constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead has expertly detailed, the thought of the government accessing DNA after an arrest, but before a conviction, is horrific enough: Get ready, folks, because the government— helped along by Congress (which adopted legislation allowing police to collect and…

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Rule by Fiat: National Crises, Fake Emergencies and Other Dangerous Presidential Powers

Rule by Fiat: National Crises, Fake Emergencies and Other Dangerous Presidential Powers By John W. Whitehead “When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal.”—Richard Nixon Who pays the price for the dissolution of the constitutional covenant that holds the government and its agents accountable to the will of the people? We all do. This ill-advised decision by President Trump to circumvent the Constitution’s system of checks and balances by declaring a national emergency in order to build a border wall constitutes yet another expansion of presidential…

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Worldwide Effort To Restrict Everyone’s Right To Travel Is Close To A Reality

Worldwide Effort To Restrict Everyone’s Right To Travel Is Close To A Reality By MassPrivateI According to a recently published white paper there is a worldwide effort to restrict the right to travel of everyone. And you will not believe how the U.N. is involved. A recent article at PapersPlease.org warns that the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) wants to check every airline passenger’s background and send airlines an “Authority to Carry” before a passenger is allowed to board a plane. credit: Papers Please An iAPI system allows for…

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Another State Wants EVERY Gun Owner to Hand Over Their Social Media Accounts and Internet Search History

Another State Wants EVERY Gun Owner to Hand Over Their Social Media Accounts and Internet Search History By Dagny Taggart Unconstitutional gun law ideas seem to spread from one state to another like some kind of insidious virus. Late last year, an Orwellian gun bill was presented in New York state. If signed into law, anyone who wants to buy a gun would have to turn over three years of their social media history and one year of their Internet search history. “A three-year review of a social media profile…

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Fearing Yellow Vests, Macron Attacks French Civil Liberties

Fearing Yellow Vests, Macron Attacks French Civil Liberties By Bill Wirtz In a desperate attempt to push back against the “yellow vest” demonstrations in France, President Emmanuel Macron and his party are restricting the right to protest. The “Anti-Troublemakers” Bill A majority in the French National Assembly approved the Loi anti-casseurs (Anti-Troublemakers Bill) on January 31. However, it wasn’t Macron’s own “La République En Marche” (“The Republic on the Move”) party that came up with the new rules on protests, but rather, the Republican right (the centrist party of former…

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