Facebook May Have Compromised National Security, Tech Giant Confirms User Data Shared With Chinese...
Facebook, the company, detailed on Tuesday that is has ongoing data sharing partnerships with four, possibly more, Chinese companies, one of which is a known risk to National Security,...
After five long days in hiding, Mark Zuckerberg finally makes a public statement regarding the privacy violations of tens of millions Facebook users data, that was then used to psychologically manipulate them.
Facebook Under Fire: Ex-Facebook Insider Says Data Breaches like Cambridge Analytica were “Routine”- Sandy...
While Mark Zuckerberg hides, the Facebook data breach saga continues. An ex-Facebook insider says that the data farming of Facebook through apps was worse than what we thought. Today the...
This weekend Christopher Wylie, who is now being called the 'data war whistle-blower,' brought forth a groundbreaking exposé on a big data company named Cambridge Analytica that he says harvested data from 50 million Facebook users to build psychological and political profiles which were then used to target each individuals personality type with ads that were designed to persuade them towards a particular candidate, in this case, Trump.
Facebook manipulated 689,003 users' emotions for data collection and analysis in 2014, and now they have been approved for patents to take their emotional experiments a step further.
DOCTORS will have the power to treat students as young as 12 in schools even if parents refuse their consent.
Online bullying and harassment is a problem, but the new law passed in Utah could send online bullies and 'others' to jail for voicing their opinions online.
Obama Administration Secretly Conducted Illegal Searches on Americans for Years – ‘Enormous Abuse of...
A newly obtained classified document from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court proves that Obama's NSA conducted warrantless searches on Americans for years.
Yet another incredibly large-scale cyber attack is currently underway, this time - no one may even know if they have been hacked.
All for a buck, Facebook targeted the youth, the vulnerable, and the insecure with predatory advertising practices.
TO RESIDENTS OF MARYLAND, catching an occasional glimpse of a huge white blimp floating in the sky is not unusual. For more than a decade, the military has used the state as a proving ground for new airships destined for Afghanistan or Iraq. But less known is that the test flights have sometimes served a more secretive purpose involving National Security Agency surveillance.
A new law quietly passed last December contains a waiver of informed consent that eliminates the requirement of pharmaceutical companies to let you know if a medication or vaccine given to you or your child is experimental.
It looks like the CIA isn’t the only organization capable of taking over your phone.
A lawyer says law enforcement in Dearborn, Mich., conducted a “political witch hunt” after his clients were arrested for carrying firearms into a police station.
Despite the recent apology made by Facebook for temporarily shutting down a Christian blogger’s page after a discussion on biblical views on homosexuality, Elizabeth Johnston still claims that Facebook continues to censor her page. According to reports, Johnston, who writes “The Activist Mommy,” told CBN News this week that her fans report they are having problems accessing her Facebook page and sharing or liking her content.
This story, from the Jan. 12, 2017, edition of the New York Times, was little-remarked upon at the time, but suddenly has taken on far greater significance in light of current events:
Samsung has confirmed that its “smart TV” sets are listening to customers’ every word, and the company is warning customers not to speak about personal information while near the TV sets.
Artificial Intelligence is Psychoanalyzing Social Media for The Future Global Order of Connectedness
Psychoanalysis is being conducted using artificial intelligence to comb social media sites like Facebook, learning and storing the data for later use in a technocracy of 'connectedness.'
Who needs tickets when you have a face? From today, the ticketed tourist town of Wuzhen in China is using face-recognition technology to identify people staying in its hotels and to act as their entry pass through the gates of the attraction.
President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are blaming the internet for disrupting the forces of globalism, suggesting that technology is making it more difficult to unite people behind a common purpose.
At least seven journalists have been charged with crimes while covering Dakota Access Pipeline protests in North Dakota, prompting some out-of-state and independent journalists to say law enforcement is targeting them.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden warned a group of European reporters Wednesday that in the era of mass surveillance, journalists are increasingly a threatened class.
In the latest turn of events in the United States Government’s war against Christianity, a Pastor is now being required by a Federal court to turn over the transcripts and notes of all of the sermons he has ever conducted.
Social media is wringing its hands over another potential spying scandal hitting AT&T.
RT UK’s bank accounts have been blocked, RT’s editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan reported. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova reacted, saying it seems that in leaving the EU, London also left...
A long-planned transfer of the internet’s technical management from the U.S. government to a global community of stakeholders is expected to take place on Saturday despite last-minute attempts by conservative politicians and officials to delay the changeover.
Police State Madness: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Will Expand To Highways & Train...
The US’s favorite groping agency The Transportation Security Administration, otherwise known as the TSA, is set to expand beyond airports; and will soon grope every individual at bus, train, and marine transportation stations across the US.
For Americans who are concerned about privacy, things are about to get even more expensive. In other words, big brother is about to get even bigger. Comcast recently filed...