The Unholy Alliance Between DNA Sites and Facial Recognition

The Unholy Alliance Between DNA Sites and Facial Recognition By Dagny Taggart Technology that was once only seen in dystopian science fiction is rapidly infecting real life. Two means of collecting personal data – DNA databases and facial recognition software – are forming an unholy alliance, and the privacy implications could be devastating. Privacy concerns surrounding DNA and facial recognition aren’t anything new. As the popularity of DNA genealogy websites like Ancestry DNA and 23andMe increase, so do questions over who has access to that data and how it will…

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Ancestry Websites Giving FBI Access to DNA Data; WikiLeaks Reveals CODIS Database Gifted To Other Countries; DHS Rolling Out Rapid DNA Nationwide

Ancestry Websites Giving FBI Access to DNA Data; WikiLeaks Reveals CODIS Database Gifted To Other Countries; DHS Rolling Out Rapid DNA Nationwide By Aaron Kesel The FBI is abusing ancestry genealogy websites by tapping into their DNA data. What’s worse, these companies are giving up users’ data under presumed consent that is buried in their terms and conditions, according to several reports. FamilyTreeDNA is the first company known to be cooperating directly with the FBI to give its agents access to its genealogy database, according to a BuzzFeed report. A…

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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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Science Is Starting to Catch Up to the Sci-Fi Film “Gattaca”

Science Is Starting to Catch Up to the Sci-Fi Film “Gattaca” By Truthstream Media So now they’re claiming in the next 20 years, genetically engineered babies made from a single person’s modified stem cells will be bred in artificial wombs, & 75-yo women will be able to start new families once more. You can’t make this stuff up if you try. Gattaca  Aaron & Melissa Dykes are the founders of TruthstreamMedia.com, Subscribe to them on YouTube, like on Facebook, follow on Twitter, support on Patreon. Watch their mini-documentary Obsolete…

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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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Extensive Privacy Violation: An At-Home DNA Company Admits To Giving DNA To The FBI

Extensive Privacy Violation: An At-Home DNA Company Admits To Giving DNA To The FBI By Mac Slavo The at-home DNA testing company, FamilyTreeDNA has admitted to giving DNA samples to the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation.) Although the company apologized for failing to disclose the fact that they were sharing DNA with the FBI, customers are still rightfully angry at the privacy violations and abuse. As the government attempts to track and treat every single citizen as a criminal, they use “the greater good” as an excuse to force at…

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Police Use DHS Machines To Create Private DNA Databases Of “Suspicious People”

Police Use DHS Machines To Create Private DNA Databases Of “Suspicious People” By MassPrivateI Four years ago, DHS created “Rapid DNA” whose sole mission was to create a database of everyone. Rapid DNA a newly commercialized technology developed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), addresses these challenges by greatly expediting the testing of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that is the only biometric that can accurately verify family relationships. This technology can be used on the scene of mass fatality events, in refugee camps around the…

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Uncle Sam Wants Your DNA: The FBI’s Diabolical Plan to Create a Nation of Suspects

Uncle Sam Wants Your DNA: The FBI’s Diabolical Plan to Create a Nation of Suspects By John W. Whitehead “As more and more data flows from your body and brain to the smart machines via the biometric sensors, it will become easy for corporations and government agencies to know you, manipulate you, and make decisions on your behalf. Even more importantly, they could decipher the deep mechanisms of all bodies and brains, and thereby gain the power to engineer life. If we want to prevent a small elite from monopolising…

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EMFs & RFs Constantly Invade Your Home Inflicting DNA Damage, But There Is Something You Can Do To Mitigate That, Protect Yourself & Your Loved Ones

EMFs & RFs Constantly Invade Your Home Inflicting DNA Damage, But There Is Something You Can Do To Mitigate That, Protect Yourself & Your Loved Ones By Catherine J. Frompovich Humans have been evolving on Planet Earth for many thousands of years enjoying an environment free of man-made electromagnetic (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) pollution, often referred to as “Electric Smog.”  Most folks are familiar with environmental pollution especially when there’s a caustic haze hanging overhead and breathing becomes difficult for many people, especially those with allergies, heart and lung diseases. …

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Will NIH’s 1 Million Person DNA Database Of Immigrant Children, Prisoners And Adults Be A Law Enforcement Goldmine?

Will NIH’s 1 Million Person DNA Database Of Immigrant Children, Prisoners And Adults Be A Law Enforcement Goldmine? By MassPrivateI If you thought sending your DNA to for-profit DNA companies was a bad idea, boy do I have bad news for you. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is building a 1 million person DNA database of immigrant children, prisoners and adults, claiming that it will help them study diseases. NIH’s “All of Us Research Program” (AoURP) will make corporate DNA databases look like a drop in the bucket. NIH’s program…

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