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RFID Tracking: Enhancing Security or the Surveillance State? (Video Report)

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Published on Sep 25, 2013

Mark Anderson reports on the growing trends of RFID chips in schools, businesses & police protocol. Will RFID tracking enhance security by deterring crime? Or will it greatly enhance the surveillance state, thus granting the state significant control over privacy?

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Conditioning Canadians For The War On Terror (+) Biometrics And The Incredible Tile (Video Report)

Sound familiar?  The Canadians are getting the same mind-controlled treatments as those of us here in the U.S. Fear the government. Any government. . . EDITOR

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Conditioning Canadians For The War On Terror

Published on Jul 12, 2013

With the onslaught of recent “foiled terror plots” we have seen here in Canada, one would think that there is an ongoing threat from either outside forces or from radicalized homegrown domestic extremists as we are being led to believe. However in each and every circumstance there is a hidden hand at play and in its grip lies a sinister motive to generate the fear of an attack in the minds of the Canadian people.

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Biometrics And The Incredible Tile

Published on Jul 9, 2013

In the unfolding Orwellian nightmare tracking devices are becoming big business for big brother. Children are being conditioned to get used to growing up in a surveillance state and business leaders like John Manley President and CEO of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives are trying to convince you that when it comes to security the ends justify the means.

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Court rules Stingray use without a warrant violates Fourth Amendment

Today, the Washington DC Court of Appeals overturned a Superior Court conviction of a man who was located by police using a cell-site simulator, or Stingray, CBS News reports. The court ruled that the defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights were violated when law enforcement tracked down the suspect using his own cell phone without a warrant.

Stingrays work by pretending to be a cell tower and once they’re brought close enough to a particular phone, that phone pings a signal off of them. The Stingray then grabs onto that signal and allows whoever’s using it to locate the phone in question. These sorts of devices are used by a number of different agencies including the FBI, ICE, the IRS as well as policeofficers. . . . Read Complete Report

Amazon Big Brother patent knows where you’ll go


Amazon Big Brother patent knows where you’ll go

By Erik Sherman
December 14, 2011 8:08 AM
Location tracking has become a hot privacy issue. Google (GOOG), Apple (AAPL), and Microsoft (MSFT) have all stepped into massive PR messes over the question. Now there’s a new entry: Amazon (AMZN).

A patent, made public last week, covers a system to not only track, through mobile devices (Kindle, anyone?), where individuals or aggregated users have been, but determine where they’re likely to go next to better target ads, coupons, or other messages that could appear on a mobile phone or on displays that individuals are likely to see on their routes. The system could also use someone’s identity to further tailor the marketing according to demographic information. . . . continue