Fondleslabs, Pedophile Island and Other Halloween Horrors

Fondleslabs, Pedophile Island and Other Halloween Horrors By corbettreport Welcome back to #NewWorldNextWeek – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Skin-On Interfaces Welcomes Human-Like Gestures to Control Your Smartphone Video: ’eXistenZ’ Trailer Mass Cellphone Surveillance Experiment In Spain Story #2: Someone Finally Stormed Epstein’s Private Island and Caught It All on Film Sketchy Expert Says Epstein’s Injuries Look More Like Murder EXCLUSIVE: First-Ever Look Inside Epstein’s Private Island TOP 5…

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Samsung Space Craft Crashes into Family’s Yard

Samsung Space Craft Crashes into Family’s Yard By B.N. Frank Earlier this year, Scientific American warned there is too much space junk already and it’s creating a dangerous situation on Earth as well as in space. Regardless, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) keeps allowing more satellites and similar devices to be launched into the sky and space to blast harmful WiFi and 5G at us on Earth (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). Samsung got in on the action for another different reason. From WWMT: SAGINAW…

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People Worldwide Are Getting Sick From Utility “Smart” Meters — Californians Took PG&E to Court

People Worldwide Are Getting Sick From Utility “Smart” Meters — Californians Took PG&E to Court By B.N. Frank Whether you know it or not, you probably have utility “Smart” Meters on your home and throughout your community.  Tens of millions have been installed worldwide and there are countless reports of people getting sick after they have been installed.  Sometimes this happens immediately and sometimes it’s gradual.  Regardless, most cases aren’t validated or resolved like they were in France a few months ago when a court ruled that some residents did…

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U.S. Military Seeks A.I. “Quarterback” to Call Plays for The Internet of Battlefield Things

U.S. Military Seeks A.I. “Quarterback” to Call Plays for The Internet of Battlefield Things By Nicholas West Similar to its civilian counterpart, The Internet of Things, the military has been trying to increase the integration between physical objects, data collection, data analysis and autonomous decision making into The Internet of Battlefield Things. Several years ago, the Army issued a solicitation that summarized what they were seeking: The ability of the Army to understand, predict, adapt, and exploit the vast array of internetworked things that will be present of the future…

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Facial Recognition Smart Streetlights Raise Concerns

Facial Recognition Smart Streetlights Raise Concerns By Sean Walton What began as a way to increase public safety has turned into a civil rights concern. Some residents of San Diego, California are demanding the removal of some 4,000 ‘Smart Streetlights’ which they claim are an invasion of privacy. The devices use sensor nodes to gather a range of information, such as weather and parking counts, but also uses facial recognition technology to count pedestrians. The San Diego City Council approved the installation of the Smart StreetLights in December 2016 –…

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American Families Are Rejecting Hi-Tech School Curriculums and Their Zombifying Effect

American Families Are Rejecting Hi-Tech School Curriculums and Their Zombifying Effect By B.N. Frank For many years, Silicon Valley parents (aka tech inventors) have been sending their kids to private low-tech schools and limiting their use of tech, whereas other American families are being told that providing “high tech” educations is what’s best for their kids.  An increasing number of experts and studies continue to warn that this is definitely NOT best for kids (see 1, 2, 3), and it’s not just about eye damage (see 1, 2) from excessive…

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Duke Energy Reported 650 Million Attempted Cyberattacks in 2017. Damn “Smart” Meters and Grids…

Duke Energy Reported 650 Million Attempted Cyberattacks in 2017. Damn “Smart” Meters and Grids… By B.N. Frank According to a recent report issued by The U.S. Dept of Energy, cyberattacks are on the rise – to put it mildly. Duke Energy, one of the largest power companies in the nation serving 7.6 million customers reported more than 650 million cyberattacks in 2017. Experts have warned that utility companies who install “Smart” Meters and Grids are putting themselves at greater risk for them.  Some companies sell software to try to prevent…

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Amazon to Install Microphones Into Rings and Glasses — They Aren’t Even The First

Amazon to Install Microphones Into Rings and Glasses — They Aren’t Even The First By B.N. Frank Wearable tech has become very common and oh so fashionable.  But like all wireless “smart” devices, these products also collect personal data on owners 24/7.  Many companies analyze this personal data so they can try to sell more products to these customers.  Sometimes they sell the data to 3rd parties to do God knows what with.  This is referred to as “Surveillance Capitalism.” Even if you don’t care about your privacy, these devices…

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How To Protect Yourself From Microphone And Camera Hacking

How To Protect Yourself From Microphone And Camera Hacking By Sara Tipton Regardless of what type of computer or smartphone you use, there are obvious privacy concerns.  This day and age, it’s important to be aware of the fact that privacy isn’t what it used to be, but there are a few things we can do about. Keeping yourself safe in the digital age and protecting against microphone and camera hacking has become a concern of many and with good reason! Digital privacy is a top fear of the American…

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Increase in Teen Myopia (Near-Sightedness) Blamed on Electronics and Screens

Increase in Teen Myopia (Near-Sightedness) Blamed on Electronics and Screens By B.N. Frank The American Academy of Pediatrics, American Medical Association, and other health experts have provided parents with many different reasons to reduce kids’ “screen time” (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).  Even though Silicon Valley parents take expensive and sometimes desperate measures to prevent their own kids’ use and exposure to screens, many public schools start students on screens as early as kindergarten.  See the problem? Thanks to Natural Eye Care for reporting about increased nearsightedness…

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