Category Archive: surveillance

Feb 11

US Senators disclose newly discovered CIA program that is spying on Americans without warrant

A new (or newly discovered) CIA operation is secretly conducting warrantless surveillance domestically in the US.. U.S. Senators Ron Wyden and Martin Heinrich alleged in a letter to intelligence officials that the CIA may be violating its charter. “Officially, the CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) have a foreign surveillance mission and domestic spying is …

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Jan 30

Chinese Totalitarianism Reaches New Heights

The news site DNYUZ is out with a harrowing expose on the present state of China. Many once-free societies such as Australia and Canada have transformed into prison states in the past 2 years. But China has transformed into a totalitarian slave prison. “The foundation of the controls is the health code. The local authorities, …

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Jan 30

Secret German government intelligence agency discovered by Apple Airtags

German freedom activist Lilith Wittmann claims that she has uncovered how Germany’s little-known “Federal Telecommunications Service” is actually a cover for a secret intelligence agency. Tech writer William Gallagher writes that Wittmann accidentally stumbled upon a secret federal agency that does not exist in public records. Through calls to numbers which then quickly disappeared, IP …

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Oct 02

Chinese must now pass facial recognition test to access internet

The Epoch Times reports that the Chinese government now requires residents to pass a facial recognition test to apply for an internet connection. In addition, no cell phone or landline number can be transferred to another person.

Mar 05

Google promised to stop working on its pro-government ‘Internet 2’; insiders say the company is still working on it

For years, Google secretly spent millions on efforts to build a second internet–mostly for the Chinese government. The project–called “Dragonfly” was kept secret even within the halls of Google headquarters. Google’s second internet was designed to be totally pro-government. It was designed to censor out forbidden topics or any content which is critical of government. …

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Nov 29

Google secretly continues building new censored, pro-government internet

The company’s own legal division is not allowed to know about or criticize the operation. The Intercept is out with a stunning report on Google’s efforts to help the Chinese government build a pro-government, censored, internet. * Google has contracted with Chinese companies (and the Chinese government) to build a huge new pro-government version of …

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Nov 11

French tax authorities switch focus to monitoring “social media”

The All-Seeing Eye of the State French tax authorities now are using a powerful new tool to identify “tax cheats”: Facebook and other social media. Government agents scour through people’s social posts to see if people are using cars, meals, or housing which appear to be ‘outside their means.’ See here.

Sep 03

Western governments to demand that all computer makers allow government ‘back door’ monitoring of all products

Every government ultimately comes for all property, all money, all freedom, and to kill all who resist. Now the “Five Eyes” surveillance project of the western world’s 5 most powerful countries is preparing to demand that no computer device ever be manufactured anywhere unless is is programmed to allow government officials to enter, monitor and …

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Apr 29

Australian government seeks further expanded powers to surveil citizen bank accounts, phone records and internet use

Australia is a former British colony. Like the American colonies, it inherited the British common law and the liberties that came with it. And like everywhere else in the former British empire, Australia became prosperous and wealthy compared to the rest of the world. Just as in America and Britain, warrants signed by judges were …

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Jan 23

Another bookseller snatched by Chinese authorities

Chinese writer and bookseller Gui Minhai, whose books often criticize the Chinese government and provide details of the lives of government officials, was snatched from a public train last week. See here. Witnesses reported seeing a dozen plainclothesed men approach him and whisk him away. Chinese dissidents and government critics are often ‘disappeared’ without further …

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