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Re: Opt out of PRISM

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Some Smartphone fools suspect that their phone listens in on their conversations, as after they were talking about some product or holiday with friends, soon afterwards they got an advertisement on the same topic in their social media apps.
Somebody tried the experiment to intentionally say things that could be used as “triggers”. The following day he got advertisements on precisely what he had been talking about.

Gullible fools even know that Smartphones are equipped with AI assistants that listen to voice commands, but aren’t able to put 2 and 2 together.
Experts warn that through apps: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter can listen to what you say and that there are no legal restrictions. Facebook and WhatsApp deny to use Smartphone microphones to gather information for targeted advertising, but these are known to lie...
Experts agree that voice recognition technology exists.

Expert Peter Henway explained:
From time to time, snippets of audio do go back to [apps like Facebook's] servers but there's no official understanding what the triggers for that are.
Really, there's no reason they wouldn't be. It makes good sense from a marketing standpoint and their end-user agreements and the law both allow it, so I would assume they're doing it, but there's no way to be sure.

Henway also said that government agencies can potentially access this information, whether it’s legal in your home country or not, but there’s really no need to worry about Big Brother:
It’s just an extension from what advertising used to be on television. Only instead of prime time audiences, they’re now tracking web-browsing habits. It’s not ideal, but I don’t think it poses an immediate threat to most people.
https://www.vice.com/en_au/article/wjbz ... t-paranoia
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Last Thursday at its "Alexa Everywhere" Amazon rolled out an assortment of devices, including:
Smart home devices;
Smart home and home security features;
Location-based reminders;
Email and Skype integration;
Video service integrations.
Integrations are a great way to expand spying on us without gullible fools noticing....

And there's much more...
Integrating smartphones and voice shopping. Now smart speaker fools are doing the following activities with their speakers:
general product search and research;
create shopping lists;
price comparison;
research store information;
check for deals and promotions.
Now if only Big Brother has access to that information, he will learn even more about us...

And there’s also the commercial impact, by integrating the devices to its subscription services (Prime, Music Unlimited, Video, Meals, Audible, etc) Amazon can take up our available attention.
This is great for advertising. According to eMarketer, Amazon will be the fastest-growing of the big digital ad sellers this year and by the end of 2018 will be close to the 2 largest digital ad seller in the US (Google and Facebook).
Of course taking all our attention away, will also help Big Brother to control the population...

Interactions from clocks, TVs, cars, or even microwave ovens, are about as good as coming from a smartphone.
Because Alexa will be glad to spend some time talking we will finally have the friend that never disappoints us: https://www.zdnet.com/article/its-not-a ... attention/
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SMART grid, 5G, mind control

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One night in 1984 when I was 10 years old, I woke up because of a voice sounding like a newsreader on television – to my surprise the sound came from within my head. The same 10 sentences of state propaganda (that I was so fortunate to live in a free country, where nobody dies of hunger, I can get a good education etcetera) were repeated over and over again - the next days they were replaced with another 10 sentences of the same BS (conditioning similar to the Brave new world of Aldous Huxley).

The following report from 1968 describes an experiment with vision-to-skull where pigeons got visual input in their eye - Siegel “A Device for Chronically Controlled Visual Input”: https://web.archive.org/web/20210805140 ... 3-0059.pdf

The following inventions can be used to send sounds to your brain:
US patent 3647970 (1972): http://www.google.com/patents/US3647970
US patent 4877027 (1989): http://www.google.com/patents/US4877027
US patent 4858612 (1989): http://www.google.com/patents/US4858612
US patent 6052336 (2000): http://www.google.com/patents/US6052336
US Patent 6587729 (2003): http://www.google.com/patents/US6587729

An overview on sending sounds into a brain by radio signals (RF hearing) by Motorola (a manufacturer of cell phones) - Auditory Perception of RF Pulses: http://www.stopthecrime.net/Human%20Per ... 0FINAL.pdf

I don’t know about the health risks, but the following article has interesting information on 5G, the SMART Grid…

The 5G system will be the nerves and sense organs of a massive organism that has a central brain somewhere, which controls all forms of information exchange and electric utilisation/production. Electricity will be used for all aspects of household and business activities, and the 5G network and its centralized brain will control everything.

Ultimately, the greatest benefit of the 5G network will be for utility companies that can totally control and monitor of electric production, distribution, and consumption: http://healthimpactnews.com/2017/new-5g ... e-privacy/

The speed of 5G will be so phenomenal that it will make self-driving cars a reality: https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=316381

On 11/12 November 2018, the powerful elite organisation the World Economic Forum held its Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils in the United Arab Emirates.
At this meeting, the WEF discussed “mind control using sound waves” to turn humans into mind-controlled slaves.

The WEF’s official website published an article entitled “Mind control using sound waves? We ask a scientist how it works” where Oxford Professor Antoine Jérusalem describes the technology and how it can be used:
From a biological perspective, it’s similar to drugs. It can cure you, it can get you addicted, and it can kill you. It’s all about staying within a given set of rules. From an ethical perspective, the world is changing so fast that it’s difficult to assess what will be acceptable tomorrow that is not today.
This technology is not without its risks of misuse. It could be a revolutionary healthcare technology for the sick, or a perfect controlling tool with which the ruthless control the weak. This time though, the control would be literal.
https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/ ... und-waves/
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Soros and Comverse

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Last week I read a Dutch book, published in 2006; no masterpiece but better than expected.
Maybe the most interesting to add here is that journalist Wim van de Pol exposed that, at that time, the Netherlands wasn’t only the largest phone tapper in the world relatively but in absolute sense (more taps in total than the much larger Germany, UK or US)!

What Van de Pol leaves out of his book are the illegal massive taps by intelligence agencies. These can´t be used in a court of law, but that won´t stop the spies...
And if these are taken into account, the total number of (illegal) taps in the USA are of course much higher than in the Netherlands.

Also interesting is that Van de Pol references Travis Russel – “Signaling system #7” (1998), which shows that phones (including mobile phones) are used to listen to anything that´s said around a phone (when the phones are supposedly turned off).

Wim van de Pol – “Onder de tap” (2006) – in Dutch: https://www.stelling.nl/kleintje/editie ... uli-415/jj

When I read at the story about this book on stelling.nl, I found an even more interesting story.
In 2001, after 9/11 was staged, the following information got some media attention, although I don´t really see that spying through phones is directly related to 9/11 (what about those phone calls from the flying planes?)...
Firestarter wrote: Mon Jan 23, 2017 4:47 pmIn 2001 the Israeli companies AMDOCS and Comverse Infosys were suspected of spying on the American police. AMDOCS makes the bills for most of the American telephone companies. Comverse Infosys supplies the American government, with automatic tapping equipment. In 2001 it became clear that Comverse Infosys created a backdoor so they could tap in on the telephone information.
The investigation was simply stopped (while the spying has continued): http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/spyring2.html
Since 1997, None other than one of the most despised billionaires in the world, one of the favourite henchmen for the British and Dutch royal degenerates, George Soros, has been in business with Comverse.

In January 1997,Soros joined with Comverse Technology in the Netherlands-based ComSor Investment Fund B.V., which would primarily invest in technology companies based in Israel.
Kobi Alexander was Comverse chairman and president.
The fund was equally owned by subsidiaries of Soros´s Quantum Industrial Holdings and Comverse´s CTI Capital (each investing $15 million): https://www.cnet.com/news/30-million-fu ... high-tech/

Fom 1994 to 2000, Jacob “Kobi” Alexander and Ron Hiram both worked as Managing Directors for Soros Fund Management LLC.
Hiram was also a director at Comsor.

From 1986 until April 2006, Hiram served as a Director of Comverse Technology Inc.
From 1 May until December 2006, Hiram was Non-executive chairman of Comverse Technology Inc.: https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stoc ... 20Partners

In July 2010, Soros invested another $80 million in Comverse Technology.
In 2012, Soros owned 14,716,666 shares, 7%, of Comverse.
Israeli-based Comverse Technology is a leading provider of BSS and mobile internet, with more than 2 billion subscribers in over 125 countries:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/gurufocus/ ... bc1a187c69
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The Technetronic Era

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Before Zbigniew Brzezinski was selected by David Rockefeller as Founding Director of the Trilateral Commission from 1973 to 1976…
In 1970, Brzezinski argued that a coordinated policy was necessary in order to counter global instability erupting from increasing economic inequality. This thesis was THE reason for founding the Trilateral Commission.

See some excerpts from his 1970 paper.
The post-industrial society is becoming a “technetronic” society: a society that is shaped culturally, psychologically, socially, and economically by the impact of technology and electronics—particularly in the area of computers and communications.
Moreover, the United States has been most active in the promotion of a global communications system by means of satellites, and it is pioneering the development of a world-wide information grid. It is expected that such a grid will come into being by about 1975. For the first time in history the cumulative knowledge of mankind will be made accessible on a global scale—and it will be almost instantaneously available in response to demand.
The projected world information grid, for which Japan, Western Europe, and the United States are most suited, could create the basis for a common educational program, for the adoption of common academic standards, for the organized pooling of information, and for a more rational division of labor in research and development. Computers at M.I.T. have already been regularly “conversing” with Latin American universities, and there is no technical obstacle to permanent information linkage between, for example, the universities of New York, Moscow, Tokyo, Mexico City, and Milan.
Such scientific-informational linkage would be easier to set up than joint educational programs and would encourage an international educational system by providing an additional stimulus to an international division of academic labor, uniform academic standards, and a cross-national pooling of academic resources.
More directly linked to the impact of technology, it involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled and directed society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite whose claim to political power would rest on allegedly superior scientific know-how. Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control. Under such circumstances, the scientific and technological momentum of the country would not be reversed but would actually feed on the situation it exploits.

Brzezinski also wrote something in support of Communism (to control the masses)…
That is why Marxism represents a further vital and creative stage in the maturing of man's universal vision. Marxism is simultaneously a victory of the external, active man over the inner, passive man and a victory of reason over belief: it stresses man's capacity to shape his material destiny — finite and defined as man's only reality — and it postulates the absolute capacity of man to truly understand his reality as a point of departure for his active endeavors to shape it. To a greater extent than any previous mode of political thinking, Marxism puts a premium on the systematic and rigorous examination of material reality and on guides to action derived from that examination.

Zbigniew Brzezinski – Between two ages: America's role in the Technetronic Era (1970): https://archive.org/stream/pdfy-z5FBdAn ... s_djvu.txt

This plan was effectively made official UN policy in 1992 with Agenda 21…
During the 1970s, Brzezinski explained that the Soviet system was incapable of evolving beyond the industrial phase into the "technetronic" age.

This was all before internet and mobile phones would be shoved down our throats, electronic banking became commonplace and of course the Soviet Union was dissolved.

In February 2019, Google announced that Assistant would work with its home security and alarm system, Nest Secure. It was only at that time that user found out that Nest Secure had a built in microphone to spy on them.
Google simply explained after some outrage of the pacified masses that: “The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret and should have been listed in the tech specs. That was an error on our part”.

This wasn’t the first time that Google was invading the privacy of the masses.
In 2010, for example, Google admitted that its fleet of Street View cars “accidentally” collected personal data transmitted over consumers’ unsecured WiFi networks: https://www.businessinsider.nl/nest-mic ... =true&r=US

The following video shows how your smart phone controls you, makes you an addict and tracks you...
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CIA’s Pandemic tool

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Since I stopped using my hotmail email account to save information, as it repeatedly happened that the information “disappeared”, I’ve been saving documents with information on a USB stick that I carry with me.
It has repeatedly happened that when I copy a file (mostly word documents) to my USB, it saves an empty file with the same name. To make this less damaging, I always keep a previous version of a work document (so the worst that can happen is that I only lose my information from the current session).

The following PDF describes CIA’s Pandemic tool that could have been used against me…
See some excerpts.
(S//NF) Pandemic is a tool which is run as kernel shellcode to install a file system filter driver. The filter will 'replace' a target file with the given payload file when a remote user accesses the file via SMB (read-only, not write). Pandemic will not 'replace' the target file when the target file is opened on the machine Pandemic is running on. The goal of Pandemic is to be installed on a machine where remote users use SMB to download/execute PE files.
If the remote user goes to copy the targeted PE on the file server to their local machine, and the remote user has a file with the same name as the targeted PE in the destination folder, Windows will ask the user if they wish to replace the file or cancel the copy operation. The issue is the Windows alert box will report that the new file's size being the size of the targeted PE, not the replacement PE.
◦ For example: The targeted file is Pexplorer.exe, size 4.5 MB. The replacement file is NOTEPAD.exe, size 67 KB. If the remote user copies down pexplorer.exe to a local folder with that same file name, Windows will ask the user if they wish to overwrite/cancel the copy. When it does this, it will say that the size of the remote copy is 4.5 MB. However, after the operation is complete, the user will have only downloaded the replacement PE file of size 500 KB.
• (S//NF) Two different remote users that share the same machine (does not apply to VMs on the same machine), but log into the Pandemic machine using different user accounts (different SIDs) could cause targeting issues. If user account A on the remote machine is targeted, but user account B on the same machine is not, then the following issue can occur:
◦ User A is running WinHex.exe, the targeted application, directly from the Pandemic File Server (PFS). User A really is running a Trojan'd copy of WinHex.exe. User B logs into the PFS and also directly executes WinHex.exe. User B, while not targeted, will still receive the Trojan'd WinHex.exe. This is because the machine that User A and User B share is caching the file.

One of the goals of the staged "coronavirus pandemic" is to increase the capabilities of the surveillance state: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... 3&start=20
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Chrashing planes and driverless cars

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editor wrote: Sat May 13, 2017 9:48 amNow we find out the rabbit hole goes much deeper:

Original source: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-1 ... -keylogger

HP Laptops Discovered To Be Spying On Users With Keylogger
How much deeper can we get?!?

In 2005, Richard C. Walker filed an interesting patent that can take over planes. So if this patent actually “works”, every plane can be crashed that the “authorities” want.
Walker worked for Hewlett-Packard (HP) for 21 years until 2002. His current employer, Agilient Technologies, is a spinoff of HP that went public in November 1999.

In another one of those strange coincidences, Robert S. Mueller’s law firm, Wilmer Hale LLP, helped Walker file the patent.

Elon Musk (SpaceX), Eric Schmidt (Google), OneWeb (Qualcomm, Amazon) have worked with The Aerospace Corporation (controlled by Senior Executive Services (SES)) to launch a hundred satellites, with another 24,000 planned in the 5G plan: https://americans4innovation.blogspot.c ... is_16.html

See U.S. Patent Number 6,965,816 awarded on 15 November 2005 to Richard C. Walker.
Of particular value right now, TRAC technology can be embedded into aircraft (at the design stage or after-market) and perform accountable functions for the purpose of gaining control and stopping the unauthorized or unsafe use of an aircraft. Known as the PFN/TRAC System™, the architecture utilizes existing Commercial Off the Shelf COTS aircraft technology to create some of the first robotics flight and remote controlled landings with an absentee pilot for these emergency scenarios.
Mentioned above the RFID Tag technology is a shortrange identification system that also can be interfaced into the PFN/TRAC interface platform's to repeat or digipeat as a report function to FACT and TSA terminals and deliver data to distant remote mass data repositories. The PFN would supply plug in connection for RFID transceiver chipsets to drive their special antenna or magnetic transceiver portion of the RFID architecture. Then the EZ pass tag could pass through the antenna array and be identified. Antenna hardware could be concealed in the air fame passageways and compartments. The gathered data would be passed on via PFN interfaced-long distance wireless technologies-either wireless telephony or other RF depending on the application. Additionally, the mined data from the tag's flash memory would be redundantly stored locally by the Primary Focal Node's Trusted Remote Activity Controller/Router's extended memory for accountability and accounting purposes with a flagged event.
(10.9 MB) https://www.fbcoverup.com/docs/library/ ... 5-2005.pdf
(http://web.archive.org/web/202004290941 ... 5-2005.pdf)

When you read the whole patent, which is a long read, you can see that this kind of technology can be used for other things, like tracking everybody in the surveillance state.
Basically this shows that Big Brother wants to track and control everything.

Besides crashing planes this kind of technology could also be used to crash cars…
Experiments with self driving cars go back all the way to the 1920s!

Among the expected benefits of autonomous cars is a reduction in traffic collisions, including lower insurance costs.
According to Consulting firm McKinsey the widespread use of autonomous vehicles could "eliminate 90% of all auto accidents in the United States, prevent up to US$190 billion in damages and health-costs annually and save thousands of lives".
In Europe, cities in Belgium, France, Italy and the UK are planning to operate transport systems for driverless cars, and Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain have allowed testing robotic cars in traffic. In 2015, the UK Government launched public trials of the LUTZ Pathfinder driverless pod in Milton Keynes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomous_car

A traffic jam, by definition, is caused by all of us. The root cause may be an accident, or construction, or the crush of mid-sized SUVs leaving a Billy Joel concert, but if you’re part of the traffic flow, you’re part of the problem.
Error-Prone is meant to show how much safer and more efficient self-driving cars can be on the road; indeed, when all the cars are centrally controlled to travel at the same speed in the same path, they do not crash.
Somewhere, miles ahead of where you will eventually be stuck fuming, a driver slows slightly, causing the car behind it to slow a bit more. This wave of slowed traffic moves backwards along the roadway, simultaneously growing larger and slowing down,
Our smart streets will carry sensor-laden cars, which will communicate with each other as well as a central network. Some advanced algorithm will optimize traffic flow, and cars will give each other the proper space to merge, anticipating slowdowns so that brake lights never illuminate.
http://www.bbc.com/autos/story/20160428 ... c-part-one

Of course we cannot expect journalists to understand that developing these kinds of gadgets costs trillions and that computer technology is making man obsolete…

See James Corbett – Welcome to your driverless future (nothing on crashing cars though).
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Smart shoes

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One of the new technologies that can and will be used to keep even better track of us and control us are “smart shoes”. After all, this is what the Internet of Things (IoT) is all about...

Smart shoes are shoes that record biometric and location data, allowing users (and the authorities and private companies) to see the information. The shoes can change how tight they fit and can send suggestions to the wearer in the latest ploy in population control.

The wearer can look at information collected by his smart shoes through an app that could look like.

As new technologies are developed, like chips that can power themselves using Wi-Fi signals, in the future every piece of clothing could be connected to “the cloud”: https://www.nanalyze.com/2019/02/smart- ... connected/

Some smart shoes feature insoles that connect through Bluetooth and can send location to a smartphone app.
By shaking the smart shoes, one can connect the data with the app.

Some smart shoes can send personalised coaching messages via a smartphone app.
This can include destination directions.

A wide variety of sensors are used to acquire smart shoe data.

According to our wonderful media, the market will continue to grow, with about 23% from 2018 to 2022: https://www.prescouter.com/2018/10/smar ... -footwear/

The Chinese Lenovo demonstrated a smart shoes concept, with a built-in display that can display the wearer's mood, heart rate, calorie burn and pace.

GPS Smartsole launched smart shoes with GPS tracking.
The soles broadcast the location without the need for another device, brilliant for keeping tabs on the complete population.

There are still some major technology challenges, like battery power and durability: https://www.wareable.com/running/smart-shoes-875

In reality this concept is nothing new. In the 1960s and 70s, people would have worried about their privacy (especially bureaucrats).
Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Western diplomats in Eastern Europe avoided buying suits there, preferring to mail order clothing and shoes from the West. In Romania, the secret service used this to their advantage, working with the postal service to install a transmitter in shoe heels.
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Re: Opt out of PRISM

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More than 3 million users in 43 countries of Premise's data-collection app are unwittingly collecting intelligence information for governments around the world, including the US army. Some are paid about 25 cents per task in Afghanistan.
Typical tasks include completing surveys, taking photos of locations, walking specific paths, while gathering information about nearby Wi-Fi networks and cell towers.

In recent years, Premise has been working for the US national-security complex, using its app as a surveillance tool.
Since 2017, Premise was paid at least $5 million by the US army. The Air Force paid the company $1.4 million in 2019 to do “persistent ground” intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).

Premise is one of a growing number of privacy violating companies that are straddling "the divide between consumer services and government surveillance and rely on the proliferation of mobile phones as a way to turn billions of devices into sensors that gather open-source information useful to government security services".

Premise's CEO Maury Blackman explained that the company isn't really doing intelligence work: “Such data is available to anyone who has a cellphone. It is not unique or secret”.
Blackman also explained that Premise has been used to overcome "vaccine hesitancy":
Data gained from our contributors helped inform government policy makers on how to best deal with vaccine hesitancy, susceptibility to foreign interference and misinformation in elections, as well as the location and nature of gang activity in Honduras.

There are no cells in cell phones, but their towers are arranged to form cells with each having a central tower in its geographical zone that keep users prisoners, as with the round Panopticon prisons with their central guard tower. Cells in heads, heads in cells, cells everywhere. The U.S.A. also has more prisoners in cells than any country in the world. There are Towers of Babel all across the land, listening, watching, recording, as the prisoners gleefully scroll their black magic machines that have corralled their freedom. Machines that are likely ruining their health as well, but that is not my main focus here.
I’m afraid that’s how it is with owners of cell phones. It’s very hard to admit you have been had. People want their cell phones but don’t want to hear that they are the phone’s prisoners. But to say phone is too abstract. Phones can’t imprison and manipulate you. Only people can. The truth is hard to swallow. The cell phone is the key, and most people are in the cell without a key or clue. They have it and it has them.
https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-eleph ... es/5747558

James Corbett and sidekick talk about the surveillance equipment called mobile phones.
From 9:40 to 16:00...
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