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#GoogleGestapo – Censorship & Crowd-Stalking Made Easy

How the Deep State controls social media and digitally assassinates critics “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:32) This is a speculative account based on personal experience and broad reading. In no way is it a substitute for a proper legal discovery process – but it could Read More…

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REAL ID Allows Police To Control “Fundamental Aspects Of Our Daily Lives”

Thanks to REAL ID, DHS has created a national ID system right under everyone’s noses. According to the video below, Tennessee is ‘Spreading the Good Word’ that DHS now has the power to suspend and revoke anyone’s drivers license or identification card. A recent article in the Lebanon Democrat, reveals how DHS and the Tennessee DMV suspended Read More…

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First Russia, Now Iran: Cyberespionage Accusations Fit A Changing Agenda

No concrete evidence was used to attribute the hack to Russia in June, just as no concrete evidence has been made available to attribute the hack to Iran now. However, the assignment of blame to these nation states coincided with other geopolitical issues pitting Russia and Iran against U.K. or U.S. interests. On October 13, Read More…

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WikiLeaks Releases Moscow’s Surveillance Files

The international whistleblower coalition WikiLeaks who have had their sights on the CIA, pivoted their focus to Russia’s own surveillance, offering a look at technical details of how Moscow spies on its citizens’ mobile data online. RELEASE: Spy Files #Russia https://t.co/CJMQVrNXef #SORM #FSB pic.twitter.com/QZPKY0HEWx — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) September 19, 2017 The 35 documents in the WikiLeaks “Spy Read More…

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Did Russia Hack State Election Systems? DHS Says Yes, No, Maybe

The AP reported that the DHS – in a stunning reversal – told Wisconsin election officials that the Russian government did not scan any part of the state’s voting system, asserting that it was actually the state’s Dept. of Workforce Development that was scanned by “Russian IP addresses.” While it seemed as though the “Russiagate” Read More…

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Massive Data Breach At Equifax: As Many As 143 Million Social Security Numbers Hacked

Credit-reporting company Equifax shocked investors, and more than a third of America, when it announced on Thursday afternoon that hackers had breached its data systems, compromising the personal information of approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. The information accessed “primarily includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers.” In other words, pretty Read More…