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WEF “Tackling Disinformation” – How ironic!

Apparently the World Economic Forum has put out a digital ‘manifesto’ (you know something usually used by villains) for the world to see how they’re allegedly going to address disinformation. One question comes to mind, who decides what is disinformation and what is not? Meta (nee Facebook) even moderates posts with official government links on …

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Kmart, Bunnings and The Good Guys’ use of facial recognition technology on unsuspecting customers raises concerns

Australia’s leading consumer advocacy group has raised serious concerns about major retailers Kmart, Bunnings and The Good Guys using facial recognition technology to record customers’ faceprints. An investigation by CHOICE has found that 76 per cent of Australians are not aware the retailers record their faces, with Kmart and Bunnings only advising customers of the …

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Geo-engineering celebrating its 55th birthday in Victoria

‘Chem-trails’ is often referred to by many as a hoax or a tin foil hat conspiracy theory. But that is just another attempt by bad actors to conceal the truth from the public. While one can search for the US government’s admission on using chem-trails in Vietnam, there is a much easier way. Chem-trails/geoengineering/Rain-making made …

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How to De-Google

Remember when Google was just a search engine? In the age of Gmail and Google Drive and Google Maps and GooTube and Google phones, it’s truly unsettling to think how much of the average person’s online activity is now directly feeding the Google data behemoth. James talks to Rob Braxman (The Internet Privacy Guy) about …

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