As the author of Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom, I guess I should not be surprised to find myself squarely in the digital gulag—banished, perhaps permanently, from Twitter and Facebook. Twitter permanently suspended my account several weeks ago, mere days before Elon Musk took over the helm.
According to documents that were previously undisclosed the Indian government is planning to create a 360 degree database to track every aspect of the lives of every Indian citizen with funding from the World Bank.
Implanted chips are going to be promoted as a fashionable status symbol by mainstream society and influencers. This is how the WEF wants to microchip your kids.
While researching my piece, The Truth about Luciferase, I came across a patent that blew my mind and I absolutely had to write about it.
In a recent interview, a UN official admitted that they partner with companies like Google to control the search results and she even claimed that "We Own The Science".
A new article by Forbes explains how US spies used the All Writs Act of 1789 to secretly track you through travel companies.
According to documents examined by Forbes, the parent company of TikTok, ByteDance has planned to track specific Americans' physical locations.
Social credit apps, if poorly developed or used, can lead to serious limitations on, and violations of, citizens’ rights and freedoms, as well as discriminatory practices. Nevertheless, Italy has created a new social credit app to reward citizens for virtuous behavior.
Geofencing Warrants have gained traction, but they are a threat to privacy, and there is no guarantee that authorities will interpret them correctly.
The UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) is making efforts to develop global identity system and working with the United Nations and the World Bank to achieve it.