Secret Deep State Demands: The FBI Wants Consumers’ Credit Data

Secret Deep State Demands: The FBI Wants Consumers’ Credit Data By Mac Slavo The Federal Bureau of Investigation has secretly demanded access to a whole bunch of consumer credit information and data. Recently revealed documents prove that the FBI wants access to troves of financial information from the nation’s largest credit agencies. According to a report by Tech Crunch, this is a regular thing for the FBI.  The government agency regularly uses these legal powers (known as national security letters) to compel credit giants to turn over non-content information, such…

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Opposition Led to Kalamata, Greece Joining Other European Cities in Suspending 5G Deployment

Opposition Led to Kalamata, Greece Joining Other European Cities in Suspending 5G Deployment By B.N. Frank Since June 2017 hundreds of doctors and scientists have signed moratoriums to stop 5G deployment in the U.S., worldwide as well as in space. Kudos to the people of Kalamata for joining residents of Laois County, Ireland and Devonshire, UK in stopping this insanity in their communities. From Environmental Health Trust: Greece: The Kalamata City Council decided not to continue the 5G pilot program after a three hour debate. “The City decided not to…

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AT&T Unleashes 5G in 10 More U.S. Cities Despite Warnings, Lawsuits, and Opposition

AT&T Unleashes 5G in 10 More U.S. Cities Despite Warnings, Lawsuits, and Opposition By B.N. Frank The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect the public by regulating the telecom industry.  Unfortunately, they don’t and haven’t been since long before the Trump administration (see 1, 2).  They’ve become much more dangerous because of the “Race for 5G” which they’re even allowing to be funded with taxpayer dollars (see 1, 2). Despite lawsuits, opposition, and warnings, they keep forcing its installation.  Doctors and scientists insist that 5G is NOT safe…

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Smartphone Class Action Lawsuits Consolidated. FCC Accredited Lab Confirms Models Exceed RF Safety Levels Up to 500%

Smartphone Class Action Lawsuits Consolidated. FCC Accredited Lab Confirms Models Exceed RF Safety Levels Up to 500% By B.N. Frank In August the Chicago Tribune published a report that 11 smartphone models exceeded federal RF safety levels.  This led to FeganScott law firm starting a class action lawsuit against Apple and Samsung.  Consumers claim they were not adequately warned about radiation exposure risks from these devices.  In fact, no “safe” level of cell phone radiation has still been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women. For many years now, health…

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Despite Expert Warnings and Accidents, Elected Officials Still Push for Self-Driving Car Legislation

Despite Expert Warnings and Accidents, Elected Officials Still Push for Self-Driving Car Legislation By B.N. Frank According to many experts, Automated Vehicles won’t necessarily make the roads safer – not by a long shot.  That has not deterred American elected officials who apparently haven’t watched the NOVA video, “Look Who’s Driving” and/or haven’t read recent disturbing reports on Automated Vehicle (AV) (see 1, 2).  Either that – or they simply don’t care that they are risking our lives and limbs by continuing to push for more of these dangerous and…

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2nd Largest Insurance Firm, Swiss Re, Classifies 5G as a “High Impact” Liability Risk in Annual Risk Report

2nd Largest Insurance Firm, Swiss Re, Classifies 5G as a “High Impact” Liability Risk in Annual Risk Report By B.N. Frank In February, telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they had NO scientific evidence that 5G is safe.  Many doctors and scientists say it isn’t.  People and pets have already become sick where it’s been installed (see 1, 2, 3).  Despite increasing worldwide opposition, warnings, and lawsuits (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) companies are still installing it anyway.  Most would consider that to be very risky especially considering that…

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New Jersey Bill Would Allow Customers to Opt Out of Smart Meter Technology, Undermine Federal Program

New Jersey Bill Would Allow Customers to Opt Out of Smart Meter Technology, Undermine Federal Program By Michael Maharrey A bill filed in the New Jersey Assembly would allow utility customers in the sate to opt-out of installing “smart meter” technology on homes and businesses. Passage of this bill would enable New Jersey residents to protect their own privacy, and it would take a step toward blocking a federal program in effect. A bipartisan coalition of three assemblymembers introduced Assembly Bill 5884 (A5884) on Nov. 14. The legislation would create…

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Attention: Smart TV Owners –The FBI Has Some Warnings For You

Attention: Smart TV Owners –The FBI Has Some Warnings For You By B.N. Frank Maybe you should have held on to your box TV after all. From Yahoo: But like anything that connects to the internet, it opens up smart TVs to security vulnerabilities and hackers. Not only that, many smart TVs come with a camera and a microphone. But as is the case with most other internet-connected devices, manufacturers often don’t put security as a priority. That’s the key takeaway from the FBI’s Portland field office, which just ahead…

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PG&E Smart Meters Pulse Harmful RF 10K-190K Times Daily with Peak Power 2.5X What’s Stated in Safety Data

PG&E Smart Meters Pulse Harmful RF 10K-190K Times Daily with Peak Power 2.5X What’s Stated in Safety Data By B.N. Frank Californians were having problems with Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) long before the more recent deadly wildfires and planned blackouts.  Much of it had to do with the company’s Smart Meters which also catch fire and explode (see 1, 2). Some customers took legal action when they became sick after the company installed these meters on their homes.  Sickness is NOT uncommon from exposure to ALL wireless sources.  Unfortunately,…

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California DMV Rakes In $50 Million Per Year Selling Personal Information

California DMV Rakes In $50 Million Per Year Selling Personal Information By Tyler Durden The California DMV has been selling the personal information of registered drivers to the tune of $50 million per year, according to a DMV document obtained by Motherboard. In a previous investigation, Motherboard found DMVs in other states have been selling non-optional information drivers must provide in order to obtain a license, such as names, physical addresses and car registration information. And while California didn’t disclose exactly who they’re selling to, other states were making a…

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