On this week’s episode of Real Politik James speaks with Peter Mooring, founder and director of STOPEG, or Stop Electronic Weapons and Gangstalking. A computer software engineer, Mooring established STOPEG after enduring a severe electronic harassment-gangstalking campaign beginning in the late 1990s. Peter explains the harassment he experienced, how he now works to raise public
By: Mac Slavo | SHTFplan.com – Implantable RFID tracking chips. You know, to stop terrorism. And to keep tabs on all the welfare queens, in order to keep tax dollars accountable. There will be other rationales, too. But really, governments just want to do all the spying they can within their power – and right now,
By: Heather Callaghan | Activist Post – Windows 10 OS – the ultimate Big Brother? Of the 14+ million people who have recently installed Microsoft’s new Windows 10, there haven’t been many complaints until now. The system is said to run more efficiently, but apparently someone only recently read the tome of a service agreement.
By: Brandon Turbeville | Activist Post – Never a country known for its human rights and civil liberties, Kuwait is now attempting to take the lead in the Gulf for the country most integrated with the technological control grid and biometric surveillance state. This is because the small nation recently announced the passage of
By: Carey Wedler | AntiMedia – Leaked emails from an Italian-based hacking company reveal that government agencies engage in surveillance more invasive than previously thought, spending millions of dollars on spyware and malware software to accomplish their questionable goals. Tellingly, their use of the product places them squarely in the same category as other repressive
By: Thomas James | Acclaimed News – An experiment by a Swedish researcher reveals that an online network used to ensure secure Internet communications may itself be under surveillance. Tor is free open source software and a popular open network used to anonymize communications on the Internet. In 2013 it received more than $1,800,00 in funding
No one likes to be the subject of surveillance, but the fact is that we all are. But France is a special case, as was Germany a few months ago. Neither of these two Eurpean countries enjoys being snooped on by the NSA, but they do exercise their own power to spy with unlimited might
(RINF) – Terrifying new research shows Facebook’s ambitions to track users has gone far beyond the company’s ‘old’ technology that recognises users faces, which in itself poses a dizzying array of privacy concerns. The new development, dubbed Pose Invariant PErson Recognition (PIPER), gathers information about your clothing, hairstyles and body shapes and currently holds a 83% accuracy
Signals collection has a long secretive and enigmatic history. The very definition of espionage implies spying, most closely associated with foreign sources. Since the Echelon network, the unified function of data retrieval became a given during the cold war. With the revelation of Prism, advances in sophisticated electronic devices and software algorithms provide a major
This article was written by Brandon Smith and the included video was a joint project between Oath Keepers and Alt-Market Asymmetric tactics rely on the idea of fighting smarter, rather than fighting directly, against a larger or more technologically advanced aggressor. It means turning your opponent’s strengths into weaknesses. For instance, if your opponent relies
A June 6, 2013 London Guardian article first revealed lawless NSA spying. It was just the beginning of much more to come. Information supplied by Edward Snowden showed the NSA spies secretly and unconstitutionally on its citizens and residents – besides overstepping its authority abroad. He connected important dots for millions. He explained spying in America
Free and open societies don’t spy on their citizens. They don’t invent phony threats as justification. America is a belligerent nation waging endless wars of aggression against invented enemies. Fear-mongering is rife. It’s done to rape, ravage and destroy one country after another. It’s a tactic used to scare people to believe they’re safer
Free and open societies don’t enact police state laws like the USA Patriot Act – ever for any reason. Lawyer Nancy Chang said earlier “(t)here’s nothing patriotic about trampling on the Bill of Rights.” The legislation was written, on the shelf, ready to go long before 9/11 – awaiting an excuse to introduce and
The overreaching surveillance state in the U.S. certainly takes most of the headlines, but the UK is every bit on par if not worse. A recent report, responded to below by Steve Jolly of NOCCTV, indicates that there have been 700,000 police requests to access private communications in the UK over a two-year period –
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The symbolic step taken to go from Patriot Act provisions to Freedom Act regulations is insignificant in the effort to protect privacy. If anyone believed that letting three Patriot Act provisions expire meant real change in the way the NSA spies on millions of innocent people, we have now learned that it didn’t change anything.