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Published on Dec 4, 2014
A new report from Nielsen released on Wednesday (December 3) shows that people are watching more and more content away from the traditional cable and broadcast television.
From SourceFed.com Posted on May 27 2013 – 1:15pm by Sara P.
To add to the controversy surrounding the XBox One, a week after it’s reveal, the company has come under fire for features that could gather more personal data from users than ever before.
Feasibly, the new device’s Kinect camera and microphone can be used to gather personal information and data since they’re always on standby mode waiting for user commands.
Tim Vines, director at Civil Liberties Australia has reportedly said that Microsoft has a lot to answer for regarding a product that has the ability to listen and watch everything a person does. . . . Read Complete Report
by DREW ZAHN Email
It’s confirmed: The drones are overhead.
Records newly released to the Electronic Frontier Foundation reveal the federal government has approved dozens of licenses for unmanned aerial surveillance drones all across the United States.
“These records, received as a result of EFF’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA),” the EFF reports, “come from state and local law enforcement agencies, universities and – for the first time – three branches of the U.S. military: the Air Force, Marine Corps and DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).”. . . Read Complete Report
August 05 2012
By Dr. Mercola
Big Brother is watching. No kidding. And the warning is coming from none other than Google, which says government spies may be spying on you. Some believe the Google announcement may be related to the recent discovery of the data-mining virus named “Flame.” In a June 3 New York Times article, Andrew Kramer and Nicole Perlroth write.
“When Eugene Kaspersky, the founder of Europe’s largest antivirus company, discovered the Flame virus that is afflicting computers in Iran and the Middle East, he recognized it as a technologically sophisticated virus that only a government could create. . . . Read Complete Report