Posts tagged with "SurveillanceState"

News · 17. April 2018
Police have used a photo sent through the app “WhatsApp” to get a fingerprint and used that fingerprint to secure drug convictions against eleven people. If part of your finger is showing, cops can now use that small bit as fingerprint evidence.
News · 20. March 2018
In what’s being called the first gun confiscation of its kind in Florida, police have taken four guns and a couple hundred rounds of ammunition from a 56-year-old Lighthouse Point man. The man was not tried, had not committed a crime, and the guns were solely removed because “experts” deemed him a threat.

News · 15. March 2018
A Florida appeals court is set to become the first court to determine whether police are legally allowed to use facial recognition software to find suspects.
News · 13. March 2018
In the not-too-distant future, law enforcement will be able to easily track our movements thanks to RFID microchips, which some workers – as we’ve previously reported.

News · 02. March 2018
Miami International Airport hopes that using new technology that is already familiar to millions of smartphone users could reduce some of the bother.
News · 05. February 2018
One Whole Foods employee says, “The ‘nano’ management is downright insane”. Welcome to Technocrat madness and a future vision of dysioian Technocracy for the rest of society if Big Tech isn’t stopped.

News · 02. February 2018
“We know that while some people will still want to use the phone, a growing number of people would prefer to use social media to make contact. By introducing a social media desk that is available 24-hours a day means we can offer that level of service.”
News · 31. January 2018
License plate readers have become ubiquitous with multiple agencies and police departments creating billions of scans. Furthermore, the data is being aggregated for use in a single giant database that will allow the movement of a single car to be mapped.

Research · 22. January 2018
If you’re a radical or search for “extremist” content online, the biggest social networks and internet companies on Earth will soon be converting you into a docile moderate, or at least, they will try.
Research · 04. January 2018
You may have the best poker face in the world. You may choose to keep your feelings close because you consider your emotions nobody’s business but your own.

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