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Police Stepping Up Patrols This MDW In Ocean City

OCEAN CITY Md. (WJZ)—With more than a quarter of a million people heading to Ocean City this weekend police are on high alert.

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–James B. Rule, Los Angeles Times, Op-Ed, April 27, 2015

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Google Patents Creepy New Toys That Spy on Your Kids, Control Smart Devices in Your Home

By Melissa Dykes | Activist Post

Just when you think Google (read: our real-life Skynet) can’t get any creepier, they go and aspire.

Now the megacorporation has patented a fun new toy that comes complete with hidden microphones and cameras, spies on your child’s activities and conversations, responds to his or her social cues, and can control smart devices in your home. 384 more words

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Will the world know that I like to eat?

Technology helps us leave a trail of information no matter where we go. However knowing that companies or government starts following theses trails and using the information from the trails for their own purpose scares us. 136 more words

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The future of mass surveilance in America looks grim

Literally.   Senator Rand Paul is in the midst of heated drama on Capital Hill this weekend, after  the battle over the extension of the Patriot Act heated up. 125 more words

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Senate Fails to Pass USA Freedom Act but Blocks NSA Phone Data Collection

In what Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer calls “a big victory for Rand Paul and for all who fear uncontrolled government surveillance,” the legislative body was unable to extend the NSA phone data collection program.

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Special Ops Armed with Rapid DNA Scanners: “Get Ready for Advanced Biometric Warfare”

Mac Slavo
Freedom Outpost

Along with formidable future weapons, super soldiers, armed drones of every size and autonomous robots executing lethal missions, the battlefield of tomorrow will also be driven by target identity and biometric data – you know, to stop terrorists. 643 more words

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