Gillette Stadium’s Facial Recognition Can Identify Fans Before They Enter The Stadium

Gillette Stadium’s Facial Recognition Can Identify Fans Before They Enter The Stadium By MassPrivateI One of the NFL’s premiere franchises, the New England Patriots is using “Evolve Edge” millimeter wave/facial recognition scanners to identify fans before they enter Gillette Stadium. According to Evolv Edge’s brochure, their scanners use facial recognition to identify everyone. The automated, consistent screening eliminates guard fatigue and subjectivity so there’s fewer complaints and no profiling while providing better threat detection. The system can scan everyone and their bag including those with medical devices and pregnant women. In addition, facial…

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The U.S. Marine Corps Turned San Diego Into A Massive Chinese-Style Smart City

The U.S. Marine Corps Turned San Diego Into A Massive Chinese-Style Smart City By MassPrivateI Earlier this year, I warned people that the city of San Diego had been turned into a massive Chinese-Style public surveillance network, complete with facial recognition, spying streetlights, license plate readers and a police-run public watchlisting network. But what I failed to mention is who is really behind it. A disturbing news release from the City of San Diego, revealed that the U.S. military is actually helping transform San Diego into a Chinese-Style Smart City. The City of San…

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New Cars To Be Equipped With Breathalyzers, Drivers Given Mental Health Assessments

New Cars To Be Equipped With Breathalyzers, Drivers Given Mental Health Assessments By MassPrivateI If you thought the TAPS Act was bad, wait until you read this. Our politicians are hard at work introducing bills that promise to turn America into a mirror image of China. Rep. Kathleen Rice’s H.R. 3374 bill, otherwise known as the End Drunk Driving Act, would put breathalyzers and ignition interlock devices in every new car. According to the LI Herald, Rice wants to force auto manufacturers to put breathalyzers and ignition interlock devices in new cars by 2029.…

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Police To Use TSA-Style Scanners To Spy On People In Public Places

Police To Use TSA-Style Scanners To Spy On People In Public Places By MassPrivateI TSA-style body scanners are coming to public spaces, and that should scare the hell out of everyone. If you thought the NYPD’s Z-Backscatter vans and police mini-Z’s were intrusive, you have not seen anything yet. Soon, nowhere will be safe from Big Brother’s prying eyes, as police prepare to use HEXWAVE to spy on people in public spaces.  Last week, the Salt Lake Tribune revealed that the Utah Attorney General and law enforcement are partnering with Liberty Defense,…

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Law Enforcement’s National Threat Assessment Program Predicts If You Pose A Future Threat

Law Enforcement’s National Threat Assessment Program Predicts If You Pose A Future Threat By MassPrivateI It has been nearly two years, since I reported on the dangers of creating a law enforcement run Mental Health Assessment (MHA) program. In Texas, police officers use MHA’s to “screen” every person they have arrested for mental illness. But the TAPS Act, first introduced in January, would take law enforcement screenings to a whole new level. It would create a national threat assessment of children and adults. In the course of six months the Threat Assessment, Prevention…

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Smart City Designed App Will Let Everyone Know If You Are Speeding

Smart City Designed App Will Let Everyone Know If You Are Speeding By MassPrivateI A misleading article in WSAZ3 News titled, “New app targets distracted drivers with traffic alerts” would lead you to believe that the makers of the app are actually concerned with everyone’s safety, but of course that is not the case. Have you ever wanted an app that lets Big Brother know when you are speeding and where you are going in real-time? If you have, then your wait is over. A new app called TravelSafely, sends warning signs…

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Police Use LexisNexis Facial Recognition To Identify Your Family And Friends

Police Use LexisNexis Facial Recognition To Identify Your Family And Friends By MassPrivateI What is it going to take for Americans to realize that law enforcement has become an extension of Big Brother? All across the country, police officers are secretly using facial recognition to identify neighbors and people of interest. Police already have a history of abusing criminal record searches like CORI. Ex-State Trooper Michael Szymanski said, “I can’t tell you how many times I saw troopers run their next-door neighbor through CORI, run their old girlfriends’ names, or run…

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Offended By What Someone Said? Now You Can Report Them To Law Enforcement

Offended By What Someone Said? Now You Can Report Them To Law Enforcement By MassPrivateI Soon free speech will be a thing of the past in paranoid America. DIGIT Lab’s “Hate Incident Reporting” app promises to turn complete strangers into secret, hate speech/bias spies. Watch what you say, because the person sitting next to you could be reporting you to law enforcement. Gone are the days when Americans were unafraid to voice their opinions or make snide comments in public. Because DIGIT Labs will turn smartphones into bias reporting devices. According to…

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Police State Madness: Cops In DUI Vans Drawing Motorists’ Blood

Police State Madness: Cops In DUI Vans Drawing Motorists’ Blood By MassPrivateI Halloween is less than six months away but that has not stopped law enforcement from taking people’s blood. In fact, police officers want our blood so bad that they are purchasing blood draw vans … sorry, I meant DUI vans like the one pictured above. Last year, I wrote an article about police officers forcing hospitals to draw a drunk or drugged suspect’s blood. But what I could never have imagined is that within a year, police officers…

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Police Use Drones To Spy On Suspicious People At “Potential Crime Scenes”

Police Use Drones To Spy On Suspicious People At “Potential Crime Scenes” By MassPrivateI For years, law enforcement has been claiming that drones will only be used for natural disasters, crime scene investigations, car accidents and rescue operations. That is the bill of goods being sold to the public, but it is all a lie. A perfect example of how law enforcement promises the public one thing and, after time passes, uses it for something else is taking place in Texas at the Memorial Villages Police Department (MVPD).  Two…

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