Google Has Its Eyes On Our Health and Banking Data — Project Nightingale and Project Cache

Google Has Its Eyes On Our Health and Banking Data — Project Nightingale and Project Cache By Aaron Kesel There has been serious backlash against Google for hoarding health data of 50 million Americans through Project Nightingale. The once social media giant is now shifting focus from just a search engine and video platform with its subsidiary YouTube, to a megalithic corporation seeking to monopolize our daily lives in not only health and technology but banking as well, CNBC reported. Whistleblower: Google Wants To Enter Healthcare Google is partnered with…

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Google is Secretly Harvesting “Detailed” Health Data From Millions of Americans, Report Reveals

Google is Secretly Harvesting “Detailed” Health Data From Millions of Americans, Report Reveals By Eoin Higgins A “bombshell” new report from The Wall Street Journal describes a secret project from Google and healthcare giant Ascension to store data on millions of Americans, a move that critics of the tech conglomerate decried as another example of overreach. “When will someone go to jail?” wondered mathematician and musician David C. Lowery. “That would stop this shit real fast.” when will someone go to Jail? That would stop this shit real fast. Google’s secret “Project Nightingale” gathers personal health…

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U.S. Hospitals Turning Away Patients and Canceling Surgeries Due to Ransomware Attacks

U.S. Hospitals Turning Away Patients and Canceling Surgeries Due to Ransomware Attacks By B.N. Frank Being targeted by cybercriminals is no laughing matter – especially for health care facilities.  Non-payment of ransomware puts lives at immediate risk. Thanks to Threatpost for providing details about recently targeted hospitals, as well as plans being discussed to reduce risks: Ransomware overall continues to be a concern for governments worldwide: The U.S. Senate this week in fact approved new legislation aimed at helping government agencies and private-sector companies combat ransomware attacks. The legislation comes…

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This Law Allows Hospitals To Kidnap You For Profit

This Law Allows Hospitals To Kidnap You For Profit By Simon Black, Sovereign Man An 89-year-old man named Robert Allen was feeling depressed after Christmas. He went to the emergency room, and told the doctor that he had thoughts of hurting himself. Using his powers under the Baker Act, the doctor sent Robert to a mental health facility called North Tampa Behavioral. Florida’s Baker Act allows doctors, police, or judges to involuntarily commit patients to psychiatric hospitals for up to 72 hours if they show signs that they may hurt…

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Court Rules VA Must Pay for Veterans’ Emergency Room Care, a Decision That May Be Worth Billions

Court Rules VA Must Pay for Veterans’ Emergency Room Care, a Decision That May Be Worth Billions By Sean Walton The Department of Veterans Affairs must reimburse veterans for emergency medical care at non-VA facilities, a federal appeals court ruled Monday — a decision that could be worth billions of dollars to veterans. The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims said the VA has been wrongfully denying reimbursement to veterans who sought emergency medical care at non-VA facilities, and struck down an internal VA regulation that blocked those payments.…

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The New Target That Enables Ransomware Hackers to Paralyze Dozens of Towns and Businesses at Once

The New Target That Enables Ransomware Hackers to Paralyze Dozens of Towns and Businesses at Once By Renee Dudley On July 3, employees at Arbor Dental in Longview, Washington, noticed glitches in their computers and couldn’t view X-rays. Arbor was one of dozens of dental clinics in Oregon and Washington stymied by a ransomware attack that disrupted their business and blocked access to patients’ records. But the hackers didn’t target the clinics directly. Instead, they infiltrated them by exploiting vulnerable cybersecurity at Portland-based PM Consultants Inc., which handled the dentists’…

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Mom Thrown in Jail, Her Child Stolen—for Successfully Treating Her Cancer with CBD Oil

Mom Thrown in Jail, Her Child Stolen—for Successfully Treating Her Cancer with CBD Oil By Matt Agorist In the land of the free, parents whose children voluntarily wish to abstain from chemotherapy and have their parent’s consent, can and will be kidnapped and their parent jailed. This is exactly what is happening to Christina Dixon and her daughter Kylee—in spite of the fact that stopping chemo and using alternative treatment has worked. “The only reason I’m in this position is because I stood up for my daughter’s life when she…

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The Federal Government Sold Your Social Security Number for FIVE Dollars

The Federal Government Sold Your Social Security Number for FIVE Dollars By Simon Black, Sovereign Man Welcome to our Friday roll up, where we highlight the most absurd and concerning stories we are following this week. Equifax fined $700 million… for 147 million person data breach Do you remember back in 2017 when Equifax (the giant consumer credit agency) admitted that it had been breached? Hackers broke into Equifax’s databases and stole personal and financial records of 147 million people. And we’re talking EVERYTHING– names, addresses, Social Security Numbers… all the…

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Inexpensive Treatments Recover Dying Hospital Patients

Inexpensive Treatments Recover Dying Hospital Patients By Laraine C. Abbey-Katzev, RN (emeritus), MS, CNS Hospital patients dying of organ failure from serious infections are walking out of the jaws of death time after time thanks to courageous individuals who refused to accept the status quo failing treatments. Instead, thinking outside the box to what will become a revolution in disease care management. More about that after a few statistics to show what a big deal this really is. Severe sepsis, resulting from infection, has become a national epidemic. It’s the…

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Comcast Plans In-Home Health Surveillance and Medical Tracking Device

Comcast Plans In-Home Health Surveillance and Medical Tracking Device By Nicholas West “Comcast is already in talks with hospitals about taking on shared savings — if it can keep people from expensive emergency room visits.” — CNBC Note: portions of the following article appeared in our premium monthly newsletter Counter Markets. It is becoming clearer each day that new technologies are further highlighting the great expanse between intention and application. As with all technologies of value, medicine has pitted the powerful desire of human liberation from suffering and the pursuit…

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