Tag Archives: Surveillance
The latest Snowden allegations regarding US/UK firms hacking SIM-cards is yet another Orwellian-example of the post-NSA world humanity finds itself experiencing (that’s also surreal regarding the degree that it is being largely accepted versus protested…)
Lenovo’s pre-installing adware on their latest laptops / PC is seemingly another Orwellian-step in greater (consumer) surveillance period (versus the bogus notion of pop-ads based on browsing habits!)
If the latest Snowden accusations prove true, truth is not only stranger than fiction but Sky-Net is essentially becoming a reality (due to humankind’s own creation!) 1984 seems to be not just the 30th anniversary of a year and/or and … Continue reading
In light of yet another newly discovered, super-snooping, computer-bug (Regin) however, idyllic, wouldn’t it be nice if Mass Media actually did a better job of being a ‘watchdog’ for the General Public?
For anyone that is even casually / passively paying attention (which, unfortunately, seems like is overwhelmingly not the case) the newly ‘discovered’ Regin virus has supposedly set a benchmark (arguably, that any given hacker will try to surpass) that’s unprecedented. … Continue reading
The ever-increasing, bizarre, post-9/11 American paranoia just seemingly keeps getting more and more surreal… way to go AT&T; thanks for NOT protecting your subscriber’s identities! (Source) Seattle Times: http://goo.gl/mrRsR2