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AN INTERNAL Facebook document reveals that the social media giant monitors its users’ offline behavior as part of how the company determines whether a person should be classified as a “Hate Agent,” as reported by the Washington Pundit. Titled “Hate Agent Policy Review,” the document reveals that…
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THE popular instant messaging system WhatsApp — owned by Facebook — has been revealed as an Israeli spyware platform using malicious code from the Jews-only state’s infamous NSO Group, according to a report in the Financial Times. According to the FT, the security breach in WhatsApp — which is used…
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For more reasons than you can imagine — but especially because of multiracialism and Jews WIRED MAGAZINE TELLS us that a solution may have been found which will allow government to access private data on smart phones without compromising everyone’s privacy: A few months after the San…
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WANT TO freak yourself out? I’m going to show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it. Google Knows Where You’ve Been Google stores your location (if you have location tracking turned on) every time you turn on your phone. You can…
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THERE ARE SOME firsts that don’t give you bragging rights — and in Yahoo’s case, that’s particularly true if the claim involves customer emails. A Reuters report Tuesday that Yahoo secretly agreed to search all its users’ incoming emails for a specific but unknown…
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AN ARMY of networked kiosks is invading New York City. Hundreds of them. They’re large vertical slabs, practically ten feet tall and chock full of sensors. Reminiscent of the mysterious black monoliths from Stanley Kubrick’s movie 2001. These kiosks are replacing the city’s aging public telephone…
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The purpose of the Constitutional protections created by our White forefathers was not to make things easier for the police. SECURITY RESEARCHERS and civil liberties advocates on Friday condemned draft legislation leaked from the U.S. Senate that would let judges order technology companies to…
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NOTE by John I. Johnson: How much of Jewish political, financial, and social success — and easy outmaneuvering of those they hate — is due to inside knowledge, invasion of privacy, and theft of information which they subsequently act upon? My guess: a lot. Such behavior has always been…
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Hidden smartphone programs work even with power turned off; you have to physically remove the battery to thwart them. IN AN INTERVIEW with the BBC’s ‘Panorama’ which aired in Britain, Edward Snowden spoke in detail about the spying capabilities of the UK intelligence agency GCHQ. He disclosed that
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by John I. Johnson IT MIGHT be prudent to view the world, conceptually, in terms of “pre-May 2014” (when the Utah Data Center was completed — that’s how recent it is) and “post-May 2014.” Evidently the facility pools data from all intelligence agencies, not…
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