Saturday, May 15, 2021

Massive Database Leak Gives Us a Window into China’s Digital Surveillance State

by Danny O’Brien, Activist Post:

Earlier this month, security researcher Victor Gevers found and disclosed an exposed database live-tracking the locations of about 2.6 million residents of Xinjiang, China, offering a window into what a digital surveillance state looks like in the 21st century.

Xinjiang is China’s largest province, and home to China’s Uighurs, a Turkic minority group. Here, the Chinese government has implemented a testbed police state where an estimated 1 million individuals from these minority groups have been arbitrarily detained. Among the detainees are academics, writers, engineers, and relatives of Uighurs in exile. Many Uighurs abroad worry for their missing family members, who they haven’t heard from for several months and, in some cases, over a year.

Medical doctors across the U.S. speak out against mandatory vaccination laws

by Erin Elizabeth, Health Nut News:

One of the myths propagated by the corporate-sponsored “mainstream” media is that medical doctors are united in their support of mandatory vaccination laws.

This is simply not true. The medical doctors and physician groups that have taken a stand against mandatory vaccination laws are almost never interviewed in the corporate media, and if they are referred to at all, they are called “quacks.”

The largest medical association in the world is the American Medical Association (AMA), which has strong ties to the pharmaceutical industry and probably represents more lobbyists in Washington D.C. than any other trade group.

Damage Control: CNN Explains “Global Warming” Does Not Always Mean Warming

by Eric Worrall, Watts Up With That:

According to CNN we should remember global warming also causes global cooling, and that any confusion is the fault of the Republicans.

Is it climate change or global warming? How science and a secret memo shaped the answer

By Jen Christensen, CNN
Updated 1423 GMT (2223 HKT) March 2, 2019

 

Family Raided by Cops, Their Children Kidnapped—for Not Bringing Son to ER for a Fever

by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:

Because a couple chose to treat their child’s 100 degree fever at their house instead of the ER, police kidnapped all of their children.

Chandler, AZ — Sarah Beck and Brooks Bryce are speaking out to local media after their children were kidnapped by armed men because they let their 2-year-old son Heber recover from a fever at home—and not in the ER.

The nightmare for this family started 4 days ago when they brought their toddler to the doctor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine because he had a fever. The fever had gotten pretty high, 105, so the doctor told the family to take the baby to the ER.

Amazon Joins Big Tech Assault on Anti-Vaccine Information

by Jason Erickson, Activist Post:

As major media and big tech continue freaking out over 159 measles cases in the U.S., anti-vaccine campaigners are increasingly being likened to terrorists as their ability to share information and earn money is being cut off.

The origin of this latest move against the free flow of information seems to have stemmed from a letter sent by Adam Schiff (D-CA) to the heads of Facebook and Google wherein he lamented the increased viewership of the vaccine debate:

AI learns to cut corners by hiding data – modern tech now knows how to LIE and CHEAT

by Ethan Huff, Natural News:

An artificial intelligence (AI) program that was designed to pull satellite imagery and compile it into Google Maps data appears to have taken a page from sinful humanity.

According to research from Stanford University and Google, the AI program actually hid information that it knew it would need later in order to cheat its way through the process.

PRE-CRIME INTERVENTION: UNDER TRUDEAU’S LEADERSHIP CANADA BEGINS RECORDING THE ‘NEGATIVE BEHAVIOUR’ OF ITS CITIZENS IN A ‘RISK-DRIVEN’ TRACKING DATABASE

by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:

The Risk-driven Tracking Database (RTD) is part of a collaborative approach to policing called the Hub model that partners cops, school staff, social workers, health care workers, and the provincial government.Information about people believed to be “at risk” of becoming criminals or victims of harm is shared between civilian agencies and police and is added to the database when a person is being evaluated for a rapid intervention intended to lower their risk levels. Interventions can range from a door knock and a chat to forced hospitalization or arrest.

JOHN KIRIAKOU: Neither Rain, Sleet, nor Snow Will Stop the Post Office From Spying on You

by John Kiriakou, Consortium News:

It’s called the “Mail Cover Program” and it’s run by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). Yes, even the Post Office is spying on us, writes John Kiriakou.

You may remember that last year some nut was arrested for mailing bombs to prominent Democrats, media outlets, and opponents of Donald Trump. Less than a week after the bombs went out, a suspect was arrested. Almost immediately, video turned up of him at a Trump rally, wearing a “Make America Great Again” hate and chanting for the camera. He was soon tried, convicted, and jailed. End of story.

But it wasn’t the end of the story. The investigation into the bomb incidents focused attention on an almost unknown federal surveillance program—one that poses a direct threat to the privacy and constitutional rights of every American. It’s called the “Mail Cover Program” and it’s run by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). Yes, even the Post Office is spying on us.

Prepping For 2020: As Big Tech Censors, Game Changing Alternatives Start Springing Up Across The Internet

by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

While Silicon Valley, meaning big tech and social media giants, are preparing for the 2020 election cycle with financial institutions terminating services from conservativesYouTube banning veterans for speaking the truth, and Facebook hiding code on conservative pages in order to “deboost” their videos, and entities are being deplatformed much like they did to Alex Jones and Infowars,  other game changing tech is now springing up across the internet to battle censorship.

Whenever I am told “I have good news and I have bad news,” then asked “which do you want first?” I always choose the bad first so that my news receipt ends with good news and not on a low note, so we’ll start with how Silicon Valley is ramping up their attacks against conservatives in an attempt to make it harder for Independent Media to get the news out there,  and for their readers to communicate and share the news the MSM doesn’t want audiences to focus on.

James O’Keefe: ‘I Just Wish’ Facebook Would ‘Admit’ They Censor Conservatives

by Robert Kraychik, Breitbart:

James O’Keefe, the founder and head of Project Veritas, invited insiders within Facebook, Google, and Twitter to become whistleblowers and expose Big Tech’s politically motivated censorship, which he wishes the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe would admit publicly, during a Thursday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.