Apple’s HomePod 2 and Google’s Nest Guard Take Spying on Your Family to the Next Level

Apple’s HomePod 2 and Google’s Nest Guard Take Spying on Your Family to the Next Level By MassPrivateI Who needs Big Brother to spy on you in your home when Siri and Google will do it for them? Two recent stories prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that smart device surveillance is real. According to Mac Rumors, Apple recently applied for a facial recognition and 3D hand gesture patent for their new HomePod 2 smart speaker. A recent article in Gadgets 360 describes the HomePod 2’s facial recognition and hand gesture…

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Orwellian Smartphones Tracking Govt Employees Could Become the Pentagon’s New Employee Access Cards

Orwellian Smartphones Tracking Govt Employees Could Become the Pentagon’s New Employee Access Cards By Aaron Kesel The government wants a phone for its employees that uses an algorithm to track their location, the way they talk, type and even walk, Nextgov reported. A New York-based company called TWOSENSE.AI and the Defense Department are working together on building a software-as-a-service, a B2B hybrid SAAS product to replace the infamous government Common Access Card (CAC) used by active-duty uniformed service personnel, selected reserve, DOD civilian employees and eligible subcontractors. TWOSENSE.AI was awarded a…

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Postpartum Depression: How Keeping a Wireless Baby Monitor Turned on 24/7 Could Be Contributing to It.

Postpartum Depression: How Keeping a Wireless Baby Monitor Turned on 24/7 Could Be Contributing to It. By B.N. Frank According to WebMd, 10-20% of moms and 10% of dads experience postpartum depression.  Equally significant is how common it is for parents to keep wireless baby monitors turned on and nearby 24/7 (for obvious reasons) when research has already proven that exposure to all sources of wireless WiFi radiation can disrupt the blood-brain barrier.  This disruption can lead to depression as well as many other undesirable conditions, illnesses, and symptoms in…

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“Real Time Crime Centers” to Spy on Motorists

“Real Time Crime Centers” to Spy on Motorists By MassPrivateI Not content with Real Time Crime Centers (RTCC) forcing businesses to spy on customers in real-time, Homeland Security has now decided to use RTCCs to spy on motorists in real-time. Last month an article in the Baton Rogue Proud revealed that the Baton Rouge Police Department’s RTCC will be using red light cameras to spy on motorists. Baton Rouge Chief Administrative Officer Darryl Gissel said the verbiage of the new contract with Verra Mobility, the traffic camera company, allows BRPD to…

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“5 Minutes of Sheer Terror”: Hackers Send Family Incoming Nuclear Missile Alert

“5 Minutes of Sheer Terror”: Hackers Send Family Incoming Nuclear Missile Alert By Elias Marat It was just another Sunday afternoon for the family of Laura Lyons until the unthinkable happened. Suddenly, something akin to a war broke out in the Orinda, California home when a loud screeching noise resembling the emergency broadcast alert siren began blaring throughout the living room, warning Lyons, her husband and their eight-year-old son that intercontinental ballistic missiles were headed toward Los Angeles, Chicago and Ohio, requiring that they scramble for cover. The mother and…

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Change Your Phone Settings So Apple, Google Can’t Track Your Movements

Change Your Phone Settings So Apple, Google Can’t Track Your Movements By Jen King, Stanford University Technology companies have been pummeled by revelations about how poorly they protect their customers’ personal information, including an in-depth New York Times report detailing the ability of smartphone apps to track users’ locations. Some companies, most notably Apple, have begun promoting the fact that they sell products and services that safeguard consumer privacy. Smartphone users are never asked explicitly if they want to be tracked every moment of each day. But cellular companies, smartphone…

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“Internet of Roads” — Colorado Goes All-in With Increased Radiation and Surveillance

“Internet of Roads” — Colorado Goes All-in With Increased Radiation and Surveillance By Kevin Samson Evidently, a test run for smart pavement in Colorado that I reported on back in May 2018 was successful enough to give it the all systems go. A plan to turn a portion of Interstate 70 into a roadway where cars communicate with street lights, signs and other internet-connected things just tripled to more than 500 miles. Colorado’s “internet of roads” project will now extend to highways that reach from Pueblo to Wyoming, and Sterling…

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Research: Growing Epidemic of Tech-Related Sleep Disruption Includes Americans Who Text in Their Sleep

Research: Growing Epidemic of Tech-Related Sleep Disruption Includes Americans Who Text in Their Sleep By B.N. Frank The media has many times already reported doctors’ warnings  about sleeping with cell phones (and other wireless device) nearby – especially ones that are plugged in.  24/7 exposure to harmful radiation and other sources of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Electrical Pollution (aka Electrosmog) isn’t healthy.  Research proves it can also cause sleep issues. New research reveals that sleep texting is on the rise in adolescents and college students and  that this is not…

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“Selfie Wrist,” “Text Neck,” Screen Addiction, Macular Degeneration and Blindness, Insomnia, Anxiety, Brain Cancer and Tumors – Ain’t Smart Phones Grand.

“Selfie Wrist,” “Text Neck,” Screen Addiction, Macular Degeneration and Blindness, Insomnia, Anxiety, Brain Cancer and Tumors – Ain’t Smart Phones Grand. By B.N. Frank “Selfies” have become so popular that in 2014 they actually received their own “National Selfie Day.”  Unfortunately, “Selfie Wrist” – injuries sustained by taking too many selfies – came along with it.  Increasing reports of “Selfie Wrist” are making the rounds again just a few months after Kim Kardashian-West was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome and ordered to stop taking them of herself.  Fortunately Mrs. Kardashian-West…

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China Tracks Workers’ Brains; Now Tracking Children With “Smart” Tech Uniforms

China Tracks Workers’ Brains; Now Tracking Children With “Smart” Tech Uniforms By Nicholas West If there is any country on Earth that is most emblematic of the rising governance model that is Technocracy, it is China.  The many pieces to this structure have included much of what we see emerging in the U.S. with pervasive surveillance, biometrics and a notion of protecting the public by instituting pre-crime algorithms in police departments and travel. So, in many ways, China is the very large canary in the coal mine for anyone who…

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