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Edward Snowden cracks open another revelation

The US government has been spying on China for years US whistle-blower Edward Snowden yesterday emerged from hiding in Hong Kong and revealed to the South China Morning Post that he will stay in the city to fight likely attempts by his government to have him extradited for leaking state secrets. In an exclusive interview carried out from a secret location in the city, the former Central Intelligence Agency ...Read full article...

Confronting “Electro Pollution” and Smart Meter Toxification

An overwhelming majority of US and Canadian citizens are entirely unaware that an especially dangerous device has been attached to their homes. While installation of “smart meters” across North America has continued apace since 2009 the health effects such devices pose have yet to be fully realized. Left unaddressed the broad use and continued deployment of such equipment will almost certainly influence human health for many generations to come. ...Read full article...

British House of Commons to investigate illegal spying of Internet users

The Intelligence and Security Committee of Commons is poised to investigate the alleged illegal surveillance of Internet users carried out at least since 2010 by GCHQ, the Communications Headquarters of the British Government, whose headquarters are in Cheltenham. According to The Guardian, the GCHQ intelligence has data-mined and accumulated information on internet users secretly and illegally through the U.S. program PRISM. This program was authorized first by the American ...Read full article...

White House fully supports NSA indiscriminate spying

The Obama administration has defended the order of the National Security Agency (NSA) to collect phone records of millions of customers of the phone company Verizon Communications, according to senior administration officials quoted by Politico. On Wednesday afternoon, the British newspaper The Guardian unveiled the secret court order, signed by the FBI and described as Top Secret, Verizon is required to deliver electronic data and call logs continuously until ...Read full article...

Looming Health Crisis: Wireless Technology and the Toxification of Humanity

As a multitude of hazardous wireless technologies are deployed in homes, schools and workplaces, government officials and industry representatives continue to insist on their safety despite growing evidence to the contrary. A major health crisis looms that is only hastened through the extensive deployment of “smart grid” technology. In October 2009 at Florida Power and Light’s (FPL) solar energy station President Barack Obama announced that $3.4 billion of the ...Read full article...

In the UK the Police State is in the School System

Biometrics And RFID Tracking is all over British Education? and tracking devices are sold like candy In 2001, a decision was made by the Information Commissioner’s Office that schools using biometric systems did not breach the Data Protection Act. This decision gave Britain the accolade of being the first country in the world to commercially market biometric technology to UK schools. In the UK, schools hold masses of data ...Read full article...

Internet Heist: $45 million stolen from banks worldwide

In one of the biggest bank robberies in history, a global network of hackers seems to have stolen 45 million dollars (34 million euros) in two banks from the Middle East after they violated the security of a business’ credit card processing and withdrawal of money at ATMs in 27 countries, prosecutors said Thursday in the United States. The Department of Justice charged eight men who allegedly formed a ...Read full article...

U.S. Government Phone App tracks vaccine refusals

A new phone application called Vaccine Refused developed by the University of Iowa tracks – just as the name implies – vaccine refusals. The application is intended to be used by health professionals to report the location of the refusal, the vaccine refused, and patient demographics. The output of the data, which is supposedly anonymous and stored securely at the University of Iowa, provides a heat map of ...Read full article...

PIPA and SOPA to ban anything the Media Industry doesn’t want you to share

What does a bill like PIPA/SOPA mean to our shareable world? At the TED offices, Clay Shirky delivers a proper manifesto — a call to defend our freedom to create, discuss, link and share, rather than passively consume. Clay Shirky argues that the history of the modern world could be rendered as the history of ways of arguing, where changes in media change what sort of arguments are possible ...Read full article...

Cell Phone Spying Device Raising Privacy Concerns

Blocked by a Supreme Court decision from using GPS tracking devices without a warrant, federal investigators and other law enforcement agencies are turning to a new, more powerful and more threatening technology in their bid to spy more freely on those they suspect of drug crimes. That’s leading civil libertarians, electronic privacy advocates, and even some federal judges to raise the alarm about a new surveillance technology whose use ...Read full article...

The fight for Genetic Property

Gene Patents Are Sabotaging the Future of Medicine   The business of DNA is undergoing a revolution. We can already get our genes scanned for the bargain-basement price of $99. Soon we’ll be able to have entire genomes sequenced for less than the cost of a MacBook Air. That’s huge considering that not so long ago it cost billions of dollars to map a single genome. But the ability ...Read full article...

Facebook and Web of Trust banning key information

VacTruth.com has recently published articles on SIDS, a child dying shortly after being vaccinated, Bill Gates, autism, and vaccine failures. This information is being classified as “abusive” and “malicious” by Facebook.com, ultimately censoring important information from you and other parents. How does this happen? When we want to share an article with you on Facebook, we post a hyperlink, which allows you to click and view the article on ...Read full article...

Bill Gates’ $100 million database to track students

Corporations gaining access to grades, addresses, hobbies, attitudes Over the past 18 months, a massive $100 million public-school database spearheaded by the $36.4 billion-strong Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been in the making that freely shares student information with private companies. The system has been in operation for several months and already contains millions of K-12 students’ personal identification ? ranging from name, address, Social Security number, attendance, ...Read full article...

Scientists replicate extinct DNA from a frog’s frozen tissue

Scientific advances continue to amaze in the field of cloning. A group of researchers from Newcastle (UK) and Sydney have managed to “return to life” the genome of a frog, the Rheobatrachus silus, which became extinct in 1983. The achievement was completed through the manipulation of amphibian tissues that were kept frozen since 1970. The main peculiarity of this amphibian was the method of gestation of offspring. The Rheobatrachus ...Read full article...