Imperialism via Data: The Digitization of Human Behavior, “Social Radar”, Sensors and Neuroscience
By John Stanton, March 13 2016
… the topics alluded to in my 2007 paper have taken the form of four converging and accelerating movements that seem likely to usher in drastic change in the human condition: The digitization of human behavior; cracking open the brain through neuroscience; the engineering and manipulation of human and non-human genomes; and the proliferation of the Internet of Things…
UK Bill Hands Vast Surveillance Powers to Police and Intelligence Agencies
By Barry Mason, March 14 2016
On March 1, Home Secretary Theresa May published the Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB), known by critics as the “snooper’s charter”.
Former Agent of Swedish Security Police Dictated Amnesty Sweden’s Stance against Julian Assange
By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, March 14 2016
In December 2010 a close collaboration between Sweden and the CIA and FBI was exposed in the international media: an intelligence collaboration between Sweden and US agencies that was kept secret from the Swedish public…
Money, Power and Oil. Exposing the Libyan Agenda: A Closer Look at Hillary’s Emails
By Ellen Brown, March 14 2016
Hillary Clinton’s recently published emails confirm that it was less about protecting the people from a “dictator” than about money, banking, and preventing African economic sovereignty.
The Future Doesn’t Like You
By Anthony Freda, March 14 2016
The future is a place where people will believe that giving up their liberty will help fight terror and save the Earth. (It will do neither) The future is a place where your every move will be recorded, tracked and analyzed without you even knowing it.