Monthly Archives: January 2017

Please Act NOW to Stop MOBILE NOW act S.19 and DIGIT act S.88

Below is some helpful information about how to stop the MOBILE NOW and DIGIT acts, which would put small cell antennas outside every couple of homes AND in public right of ways with NO recourse. They would also take away … Continue reading

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5G and the “IoT” Set to Wreak Even Greater Biological Havoc

Special thanks to Stop Smart Meters.org, original here: http://stopsmartmeters.org/2017/01/19/5g-and-the-iot-set-to-wreak-even-greater-biological-havoc/ — Some have dubbed plans for a new network of extremely high millimeter wave 5G small-cell antennas  as “smart meters on steroids.” There is no doubt that the telecom’s industry’s plans for … Continue reading

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Court Documents Reveal How Feds Spied On Connected Cars For 15 Years

Original here: http://thehackernews.com/2017/01/cartapping-connected-cars.html — By Swati Khandelwal It’s not always necessary to break into your computer or smartphone to spy on you. Today all are day-to-day devices are becoming more connected to networks than ever to add convenience and ease to daily … Continue reading

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Police Now Taught To Use Smart Appliances And Gadgets In Crime Investigations

By Claire Bernish Original here: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/appliances-crimes-police-spying/ Thanks to what’s known as the Internet of Things — the growing number of ‘smart’ devices and appliances connected to the Web and to each other — will be used by police to solve violent crimes.Your … Continue reading

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