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Japanese scientists launch face recognition-blocking glasses

Those concerned with online privacy may soon get another weapon to defend it. Two Japanese scientists have designed glasses that confuse face recognition technology without affecting one`s vision. An associate professor at Tokyo’s national Institute of Informatics, Isao Echizen, together with Professor Seiichi Gohshi from Kogakuin University, have created a pair of glasses preventing internet […]

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Mind Control, Not Gun Control

Jack Mullen Activist Post Newspeak was a term coined by George Orwell, which he said was created to “provide a medium of expression for the world-view and mental habits” of the ruling elite and further “to make all other modes of thought impossible.“ Subcategories of newspeak included carefully crafted words created entirely and specifically for […]

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New Study Reveals Australians Own More Guns Following Strict Gun Control Laws

Andrew Puhanic, Contributor Gun ownership in Australia has soared since the Australian Government enacted strict gun control laws in 1996, according to a new study published by the University of Sydney. Although more than 1 million firearms were handed over for destruction during the Howard Government’s gun buyback scheme, it has been revealed that gun […]

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Secret government documents reveal vaccines to be a total hoax

If you have children, you are more than likely already aware of the official U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “Immunization Schedules,” which today recommend an astounding 29 vaccines be given between birth and six years of age, including yearly flu shots, as well as another five to 16 vaccines between ages seven and 18 […]

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India Signs Mandatory GMO Labeling into Law

by Anthony Gucciardi Paving the way for other nations to introduce similar legislation and inform consumers what they’re really putting into their mouths, the labeling of products containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) within the nation of India is now mandated by law. The country’s Ministry of Consumer Affairsmakes declared in a June 5, 2012 notice that all GMO-containing […]

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Mozilla rallies for opposition against secret Internet treaty

Add another name to the list of critics concerned with attempts to rewrite the International Telecommunication Union to give governments control of the Internet: Silicon Valley’s Mozilla now officially opposes the ITU. Mozilla, the makers of the highly successful Firefox Web browser for Macs, PCs and smart phones, have come out to condemn a top-secret […]

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McDonald’s goes belly up in Bolivia

McDonald’s leaves Bolivia healthier forever! After 14 years of presence in the country, and despite all the existing campaigns and having a network, the chain was forced to close the eight restaurants that remained open in the three main cities: La Paz, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz de la Sierra. It is a question of the […]

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Leaks from UN telecom conference show Orwellian proposals

Leaked documents from a recent International Telecommunications Union meeting have exposed several disturbing examples of potential usages of the Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) standard, which was recently adopted by a UN conference in Dubai. ­The leaked documents include a full draft recommendation on the Y.2770 standard, which has the potential to allow not only telecom […]

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