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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

World's largest retailer Walmart pushing customers towards eliminating use of cash in their stores

As governments around the world mull over, or actually start to implement the elimination of physical cash, the world's largest retailer Walmart is now jumping onto this bandwagon.

In a new initiative announced on Feb. 28, the retail giant updated their mobile app with a new feature meant to entice customers to perform their pharmaceutical and money changing activities online, with the carrot incentive of no longer having to wait in line to fill out their documentation or to pay for these services.

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Walmart yesterday launched a new initiative in its drive towards zero-cash at its stores. 
The world's largest retailer has added a new feature to its mobile app, which would allow its pharmacy and money services customers to beat long queues, The Street reported.
Whether it was about refilling a prescription or wiring money, all tasks could be done without paperwork and checking prescriptions before stepping into the store, the report said. 
Walmart said while customers would still need to visit the store to pick up prescriptions and verify payments made through money services, express lanes would be set up to cut waiting times to as little as 40 seconds as against six to 11 minutes at present.
The app and express lanes would be introduced at 1,200 locations in March,  and extended to 4,700 US stores by the fall. - Domain B
In 2016 Walmart introduced an app called Walmart Pay in which customers would no longer need to use physical cash, or even receive a physical receipt when checking out as they would pay and document their purchases completely on their smartphones.

While cashless retail shopping is not widespread in the U.S. at this time, a growing number of countries in Europe are nearly 100% cashless, with many of their own retailers no longer even accepting physical cash as payment for items or services.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Pentagon makes Pokemon a No-Go

Perhaps the fears that Pokemon Go's use of Google maps to surveil players and where they travel is not too far fetched because a memo released from July 19 shows that the Pentagon has ordered its employees to desist from downloading the APP to their phones out of fear that the game could be used by foreign intelligence services to spy on them.


An anonymous source within the Pentagon released the contents of the memo to the Washington Post, which declared that the game "poses a potential a security risk to secure and sensitive facilities.”

The U.S. government just threw another log on the fire, adding to the blaze of paranoia it’s been generating around the nation’s newest threat — foreign cyber attacks. In a memo sent out July 19, Pentagon employees were told to keep Pokemon Go off their phones to prevent spying by foreign countries. 
According the The Washington Times, an anonymous source told Inside the Ring the memorandum “warned all officials and defense contractors that playing Pokemon Go, the hugely popular Japanese video game, poses a potential a security risk to secure and sensitive facilities.” 
The hugely popular augmented reality game, an app downloaded and played on smartphones, took the world by storm in the beginning of July as millions scrambled to capture little digital creatures within days of its launch. According to the Pentagon’s source, security concerns quickly arose: 
“Pokemon Go uses the Global Positioning System satellite network for maps of areas around the handheld mobile devices that utilize the application. Pentagon security officials are concerned the data obtained playing the game could provide pinpoint accuracy on the locations of rooms and other sensitive facilities where secrets are stored. The game also could provide personal data on Pentagon officials with access to secrets, information that could be used in cyber attacks or spying recruitment attempts. Pokemon Go employs Google Maps to place users within a real-world city location and then shows a figure of the game player on the map.” - Anti-media.org
For the United States, spying is not allowed unless it is THEM doing the surveillance on others.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Russia continues to seek to monetize Pokemon Go fad by offering guided safari's to hunt Pokemon's

Despite the fact that government authorities in Russia still haven't decided whether or not to allow the Pokemon Go application to be available inside their borders, it has not stopped entrepreneurial individuals and businesses from finding ways to monetize on the fad.  And while last week Sberbank created a new line of insurance to protect players from accidents they may incur while chasing down virtual Pokemon pets blindlessly on their Smartphones, this week a Russian travel agency is now planning to offer guided safari's to assist and aid players in hunting down Pokemon.

Russia’s Association of Tour Operators (ATOR) on Tuesday expressed readiness to organize individual travel tours for fans of the hit mobile game Pokemon Go, converting the newest craze into cash. 
The augmented-reality game took the world by the storm after its release in early July. It requires a player to catch "pocket monsters," which appear on the screen if the user is in the right location. A total of 151 types of Pokemons are "running wild around the world" but six particularly rare ones have not yet been spotted. 
"Russian operators have not<…> received requests to send fans on monster hunts yet. But we are ready to seize the opportunity created by this Pokemon-mania and send fans on individual tours," ATOR said in a statement. - Sputnik News

Monday, September 23, 2013

NYPD becomes mouthpiece for NSA as they beg people to upgrade to surveilled iOS7

Earlier this month, a report came out that the NSA has full access to most smartphone operating systems through a backdoor programmed into their platforms during their creation.  And while most users of Apple, RIM, and Samsung devices either knew about this intrusion, or relatively don’t care, the New York Police Department wants to be sure you are in synch with the surveillance state.  On Sept. 18, the NYPD  issued a letter calling for all Apple users to make sure to upgrade to the new iOS7 operating system, and the police even resorted to standing in front of Apple stores while shoppers purchased the new iPhone 5′s to make sure everyone got the message.



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