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Mass Surveillance - Steve - 02-11-2018
Internet giants such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft are creations of the Elites. They are government surveillance and data-gathering agencies under another name and Facebook uses software to scan private communications for what it calls ‘key words’ that can cause them to alert the authorities. Facebook posts can be censored, algorithms used to negatively affect the traffic to and from pages that challenge their conspiracy. Their carefully contrived image of ‘we’re your friend’, ‘it’s all cool, man’ is only a cover.
The Electric Frontier Foundation says of Internet surveillance:
There are almost no restrictions on what can be collected and how it can be used, provided a company can claim it was motivated by ‘cybersecurity purposes’. That means a company like Google, Facebook, Twitter, or AT& T could intercept your emails and text messages, send copies to one another and to the government, and modify those communications or prevent them from reaching their destination if it fits into their plan to stop cybersecurity threats.
Revelations about the extraordinary surveillance reach and capabilities of the United States National Security Agency (NSA) don’t even begin to tell the story of the scale of surveillance to which the population is now subjected with so much more to come. Britain’s GCHQ surveillance operation is just the same or worse.
American Edward Snowden, who worked for a company contracted to the NSA, went public in 2013 to reveal the astonishing scale of surveillance on the public by these agencies. He fled to Russia and was charged by the Obama administration under the Espionage Act which had only been used to prosecute government-connected officials three times since 1917 before Obama began to use it as a tool for punishing and silencing those who sought to expose what they know about government and intelligence corruption and the scale already of the Big Brother State.
These spook agencies are monitoring all Internet traffic and the NSA opened a facility in Utah in 2014 at a cost of $ 1.5 billion to process global information from multiple sources. The Center is said to process ‘all forms of communication, including the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Internet searches, as well as all types of personal data trails – parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital “pocket litter”.’ This doesn’t mean that everyone is watched every day in what they call ‘real time’ though targeted people will be, but they can access any information they want about your movements, statements and activities whenever they like.
Snowden revealed that the authorities can switch on your smartphone at a distance and turn on the microphone even when the phone is turned off. This may sound outrageous, but what they are planning is far more extreme.
There are traffic cameras recording number plates that can also be read from satellite. Smart meters in homes and businesses using wireless technology can tell the authorities how many people you have in your home and what rooms they’re in, or even when you open the fridge. Even gaming technology like the X-box is able to hear conversations and see through clothing.
Microchipped people are now a reality. The plan is to extend this to everyone by first selling microchips as ‘cool’, then making it ever more difficult to function and deal with money without one and finally making them compulsory.
RE: Mass Surveillance - Jimmythepig - 02-15-2018
There was an interesting article on the tomorrow’s world podcast that talks about IPFS that could be a “new seamless transition into a new internet. Any thoughts on this new technology?
RE: Mass Surveillance - awakened53 - 02-15-2018
(02-15-2018, 10:02 AM)Jimmythepig Wrote: There was an interesting article on the tomorrow’s world podcast that talks about IPFS that could be a “new seamless transition into a new internet. Any thoughts on this new technology?
I don't know much about it but found this article which explains it in greater detail
RE: Mass Surveillance - awakened53 - 02-23-2018
Article on how the secret services manipulate and deceive
RE: Mass Surveillance - awakened53 - 02-25-2018
Another good piece on 5G
RE: Mass Surveillance - RobTheThinker - 02-26-2018
I've been watching and reading this topic for donkeys years, and I can assure you that Snowden has not revealed anything that wasn't in the public domain at least 10-15 years beforehand. The ability to switch on a mobile phone, the microphone, or the camera without the owner knowing that it had happened has been available from shortly after phones became available. Anything that operates on wireless can be operated remotely.
All of Snowdens 'revelations' are pretty much old hat. You can take it as read that if the spooks wanted to, they could watch you or listen to you pretty much anywhere in the world, whether you had a phone on you or not. They don't need the whole picture, just data from numerous sources that can be merged and cross referenced to identify your location. Microphones can be installed anywhere, so you can assume that all new shopping centres have them built in all over the place, as well as anywhere else that the public goes.
Imagine that someone can take a photo using your phone. Drop the pic into a system that uses an advanced version of Google Earth and it will identify where you are simply by finding the background and matching it. No GPS required. I have long wondered what Google Earth really is? Every house, street, town and tree is stored in a 3D database. Even the interiors of many buildings are on there. That is the entire planet mapped. The resources required to do that, and keep it constantly updated are immense. Every inch of the entire planet is on there, now why would anyone do that and make it look all cosy by allowing free access?
'Something' is being done globally, we are told 'security measures' but this isn't localised. It is global. All countries are getting CCTV, smartphones, smart this and that, and none of it makes us any more secure at all. Add in AI, robots, transhumanism, space travel, ET, and a whole new scenario is created. We are then constantly diverted from looking at that picture by things like Brexit, Economies, LGBT, Transgenders, Conflicts, Immigration etc. Most diversions spring up overnight right around the globe, in all languages and cultures, it is instant, and if that doesn't raise questions as to who, what, how, and why, then you aren't far enough down the rabbit hole.
RE: Mass Surveillance - Steve - 02-26-2018
Smart cities Smart meters and smart televisions are essential to control and surveillance within ‘smart cities’ –code for the human settlement zones of Agenda 21/ 2030 where the inhabitants will live in tiny spaces under constant surveillance from the smart networks of the Smart Grid. The European Union is one of the major advocates of smart cities, and when Brussels bureaucrats open their mouths the Elites are speaking. Smart cities have their own cover story like all the other ‘smarts’. We are told they use digital or information and communication technologies ‘to enhance quality and performance of urban services, to reduce costs and resource consumption, and to engage more effectively and actively with its citizens.’ All of which is a long-winded way of saying ‘utter nonsense’.
Smart cities are both new cities and the conversion of current cities designed to be terminals on the global Smart Grid controlled by Artificial Intelligence. Some are being built from scratch like New Songdo in South Korea which is described in one article as being ‘studded with chips talking to one another and designated as [a smart city] years before [Elite] IBM found its “Smarter Planet” religion’.
An article on the fastcompany.com website said that the central role of American multinational technology corporation Cisco Systems was ‘to wire every square inch of the city with synapses ... from the trunk lines running beneath the streets to the filaments branching through every wall and fixture.’ The city would be ‘run on information’ [sub-reality information]. Cisco’s control room, the article said, will be New Songdo’s brain stem (and for everyone living there).
Plans are underway to establish 20 new cities across China and India using New Songdo as a template. A smart city advocate said that ‘in the spirit of Moore’s Law each will be done faster, better, cheaper, year after year.’ The fastcompany.com article continued: China doesn’t need cool, green, smart cities. It needs cities, period –500 New Songdos at the very least. One hundred of those will each house a million or more transplanted peasants [Agenda 21/ 2030].
In fact, while humanity has been building cities for 9,000 years, that was apparently just a warm-up for the next 40. As of now, we’re officially an urban species. More than half of us - 3.3 billion people, live in a city. Our numbers are projected to nearly double by 2050, adding roughly a New Songdo a day [Agenda 21/ 2030]; the United Nations predicts the vast majority will flood smaller cities in Africa and Asia. Smart cities are Agenda 21/ 2030 human settlement zones with ‘peasants’ worldwide forced off the land and all justified by manipulated economic circumstances and the lie about human-caused climate change.
A ‘war against climate change will be fought in city streets’, the fastcompany.com article melodramatically contended. ‘While the developing world wrestles with its impending population boom, the entire world is confronting an explosion of another sort: climate change.’ The climate lie is so vital to the global plan that if it did not exist (it doesn’t) they would have had to invent it (they have).
‘Smart growth’, like ‘smart communities’, is code for the move to smart cities and human settlement zones. One article described it perfectly without adding the true context: There has been a recent popularization of ‘Smart Growth’ planning in North American cities. Based upon the aim to decrease the impacts of sprawled regional development on the natural environment, a focus of Smart Growth planning is the intensification of both population and physical development in existing urban areas. Get the population off the land into the micro-homes of the human settlement zones. Smart cities (also ‘eco cities’) would largely be car-free eventually but those who are still allowed to drive (or sit in a car) will be in their driverless smart cars already being developed and introduced by Google, a corporation in the front line of transhumanism and much of which was rebranded in 2015 as ‘Alphabet’.
RE: Mass Surveillance - The Apprentice - 03-02-2018
(02-26-2018, 11:48 AM)RobTheThinker Wrote: I've been watching and reading this topic for donkeys years, and I can assure you that Snowden has not revealed anything that wasn't in the public domain at least 10-15 years beforehand. The ability to switch on a mobile phone, the microphone, or the camera without the owner knowing that it had happened has been available from shortly after phones became available. Anything that operates on wireless can be operated remotely.The listening in model you share is absolutely spot on, I know someone who worked for the old Orange network who worked in a room that was out of bounds to the others, the police and authorities had full access at any time night or day.
As long as there is an electrical connection to any dwelling you can be patched in, there are many different devices already planned to listen in on every person, light bulbs to toasters to tram cars and TV's, as long as they are live you are observable.
On an old tomorrows world show it showed how the early version of the internet worked by sending the signals down the mainframe supply to save fitting a seperate system, this was in operation for at least 20 years before that program was aired.
If you are not connected to the grid TPTB can still track your every move by how we use our digital signatiure this is why they want everyone to go digital.
Right now this new system is in place and cannot be stopped unless half of the population ceases using it over night, but this is not going to happen, the system will simply wait until all the baby boomers have passed on and all will be changed over for good.
5G is not the problem it is those who use it to govern others in a system now in free fall, the powers that should not be have conditioned a populous who are now devoid of any composure or way of fending for themselves, who will gladly watch over the rest in order to survive themselves.
RE: Mass Surveillance - awakened53 - 03-25-2018
Just been passed by congress
RE: Mass Surveillance - awakened53 - 03-25-2018