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Showing posts with label big brother. Show all posts
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Monday, February 20, 2017

Nationwide biometrics to be at the heart of India's move to a cashless society

A few years ago India began a push to accumulate and digitize the biometric information of its 1.3 billion citizens.  And with their 'India Stack' database now ready for distribution, the government is planning on selling access to this information to web developers, healthcare providers, and even the financial system as it becomes a key component of Prime Minister Modi's push towards a cashless society.

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India is leapfrogging into the digital future by offering the world’s largest biometric-identity database for use by tech firms, healthcare providers and novice app developers — an opportunity that excites fans of cyber transactions but worries privacy advocates. 
The Indian government has gathered digital-identification records, including fingerprint impressions and eye scans, of nearly all of its 1.2 billion citizens. 
Now a government-backed initiative known as “India Stack” aims to standardise ways to exchange the data digitally to facilitate the transfer of signatures and official documents that citizens need to get jobs, make financial transactions or access government services. 
The government gave cashless commerce a push late last year by withdrawing large-denomination bank notes from circulation. The temporary measure, aimed in part at tax dodgers, prompted a sharp rise in the use of mobile payment apps. 
India Stack is touted as key to creating a “presence-less, paperless, cashless” society. But the approach is viewed as both innovative and, some say, risky. - The Australian
With India acting as the petri dish for both a cashless monetary system, and a global biometric database of information that corporations, intelligence agencies, and law enforcement can access at any given moment, the results of this experiment may soon become the Big Brother apparatus of global government, and remove the last vestiges of freedom a citizen has.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Big Brother: New government database will hold all your financial information

Terrorism?  Immigration reform?  Remember how the Patriot Act and NDAA were to focus on enemies of the American people?  Well a new set of programs involving the FBI and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reveal the true purposes behind these, and other legislative debates and and subsequent laws, and where foreign entities are no longer the focal point for government surveillance, but rather, the ultimate goal is complete control over the American people in all aspects of their lives.


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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Big Brother can use Obamacare as a data stream for the NSA and Law Enforcement

You want to know why the Democrats and President Obama are vehemently fighting against a shutdown or overhaul of Obamacare?  Just ask Big Brother, who it appears now will be one of the primary recipients of new and inclusive information that will feed your activities into NSA and law enforcement databases, and remove another layer of privacy from the lives of every American.


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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Big brother on your street corner: Homeland Security to put monitors on streetlights

In V for Vendetta, the tyrannical government used roving vans with sound and monitoring equipment to 'see' into everyones homes, and pick up all conversations to use in creating government policies.

In real life though, the Department of Homeland Security is taking a different step by implementing a new policy where they will instal several different types of monitoring equipment into new street lights.

New street lights that include “Homeland Security” applications including speaker systems, motion sensors and video surveillance are now being rolled out with the aid of government funding.

The Intellistreets system comprises of a wireless digital infrastructure that allows street lights to be controlled remotely by means of a ubiquitous wi-fi link and a miniature computer housed inside each street light, allowing for “security, energy management, data harvesting and digital media,” according to the Illuminating Concepts website.
According to the company’s You Tube video of the concept, the primary capabilities of the devices include “energy conservation, homeland security, public safety, traffic control, advertising, video surveillance.”

In terms of Homeland Security applications, each of the light poles contains a speaker system that can be used to broadcast emergency alerts, as well as a display that transmits “security levels” (presumably a similar system to the DHS’ much maligned color-coded terror alert designation), in addition to showing instructions by way of its LED video screen.

The lights also include proximity sensors that can record both pedestrian and road traffic. The video display and speaker system will also be used to transmit Minority Report-style advertising, as well as Amber Alerts and other “civic announcements”.

With the aid of grant money from the federal government, the company is about to launch the first concept installation of the system in the city of Farmington Hills, Michigan.
*Note... the original video was taken down by the originator, but you can hear more on this program by watching parts one and two from Alex Jones.

Part 1
Part 2

It appears that the next step of government control over citizens has been implemented, and the question for the public now is, who will have access to this information, how will it be used, and are we more safe in the dark than we would be in the light?