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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Canadian Police Are Tracking People’s “NEGATIVE BEHAVIOUR” In A “RISK” Database

Canadian Police Are Tracking People’s “NEGATIVE BEHAVIOUR” In A “RISK” Database By Press For Truth The 2002 film Minority Report was supposed to be science fiction and nothing more, but in 2019 it has become a reality as Canadian police can and have been arresting people BEFORE they commit a crime in what can only be described as an Orwellian nightmare! In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth breaks down Canada’s “Hub Model” a system designed to bring governmental forces together in the interest of risk assessment and…

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Scientists Want Orwellian A.I. Sentient Smart Assistants To Snitch On Owners And Discuss Contacting Police

Scientists Want Orwellian A.I. Sentient Smart Assistants To Snitch On Owners And Discuss Contacting Police By Aaron Kesel Smart assistants like Siri, Google Home, and Amazon Echo could soon be implemented with a “moral AI” to decide whether to report their owners for breaking the law. Scientists at the University of Bergen, Norway proposed the incredibly Orwellian idea of inserting morals into A.I. code at the ACM conference in Hawaii on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Society, Dailymail reported. Yes, you read that right, scientists want to make that little hunk of…

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How The Jussie Smollett Hoax Reveals The Scope Of The Surveillance State

How The Jussie Smollett Hoax Reveals The Scope Of The Surveillance State Op-Ed by Kevin Samson As the Jussie Smollett hoax has taken over the media, and the ramifications of such deception are yet to be felt in full, one aspect of the exposure has been largely ignored. As Activist Post has previously covered, there is a new type of court case that has been slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by the interconnected network of government surveillance combined with…

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Watch 12-Year-Old Girl Own Cop for Threatening to Arrest Her for Her Journalism

Watch 12-Year-Old Girl Own Cop for Threatening to Arrest Her for Her Journalism By Matt Agorist Patagonia, AZ — If you have been to the Free Thought Project before, chances are you’ve seen one of the countless videos we’ve covered showing police officers threaten to arrest people for practicing their First Amendment right to film in public. However, the following video is unlike any we have ever seen, as the person flexing their rights is a 12-year-old girl, who runs her own news company out of Arizona. Hilde Kate Lysiak…

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Supremes Deliver Smackdown on Civil Asset Forfeiture

Supremes Deliver Smackdown on Civil Asset Forfeiture By Jon Miltimore The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously ruled that state and local governments are subject to constitutional prohibitions on “excessive fines” on citizens. This decision will provide Americans robust constitutional protection against exorbitant fines imposed by local governments. “For good reason, the protection against excessive fines has been a constant shield throughout Anglo-American history: Exorbitant tolls undermine other constitutional liberties,” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote. “Excessive fines can be used, for example, to retaliate against or chill the speech of political…

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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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11-Year-old Boy Visited by Cops After Neighbors Reported Him For Selling Hot Chocolate

11-Year-old Boy Visited by Cops After Neighbors Reported Him For Selling Hot Chocolate By Matt Agorist Castle Shannon, PA — As the Free Thought Project reported last year, 2018 was the year of the snitches as neighbors turned in fellow neighbors to authorities for selling water, lemonade, or for simply being black at your own apartment complex pool. This see something say something society is the wet dream of the authoritarian; and as a recent case of a boy selling hot chocolate in Pennsylvania illustrates, it is showing no signs of…

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Police Testing “Non-Lethal” PepperBall Weapon Despite Calls For More Transparency and Accountability

Police Testing “Non-Lethal” PepperBall Weapon Despite Calls For More Transparency and Accountability By Joe Wright Several police departments around the U.S. have a new weapon in their arsenal: a PepperBall gun that fires marble-sized munitions filled with high-test pepper spray (see video at end of article). Police are insisting that this is a new less-than-lethal way of dealing with those who are armed with anything less than a gun and refuse to comply with police directives.  St. Paul, Minnesota is the latest police department considering implementation of the weapon, and…

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Sheriffs in New Mexico Vow Not to Enforce 6 Absolutely Outrageous New Gun Control Bills

Sheriffs in New Mexico Vow Not to Enforce 6 Absolutely Outrageous New Gun Control Bills By Dagny Taggart New Mexico has a new governor, and she really doesn’t like guns. Michelle Lujan Grisham, a Democrat, was sworn into office on January 1, replacing pro-gun Republican Susana Martinez. In early December, the National Rifle Association (NRA) warned the citizens of New Mexico to expect “unprecedented attacks” on their Constitutional rights. While the New Mexico Legislature will not convene for its 60-day Regular Session until January 15, lawmakers can start prefiling bills on December…

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