Paul Joseph Watson | Eco-maniac protest has been a massive failure.
Paul Joseph Watson | “The process is simple and swift.”
Information Liberation | Think of how convenient it will be for our ruling elite you to have your ID, wallet and social credit score on you for surveillance purposes the sake of convenience!
Daily Mail | Online companies would face fines of four percent of their annual revenue.
Daily Mail | People living in polluted parts of England can expect to be more forgetful as scientists draw a link between high levels of pollutants and memory loss.
Michael Snyder | Snow usually blankets the Upper Midwest around the first week of November, and so that means that many farmers in the Midwest only have about two weeks to salvage what they can before everything is lost.
Daily Mail | A mobile app promoted by the Chinese Communist Party could be a gateway for the government to spy on its citizens, cybersecurity experts have warned.
Breitbart | University researchers from institutions around the globe are working together to design “ethical” sex robots.
Breitbart | Extinction Rebellion protestors are paid up to £400 per week to “shut down” Britain, according to documents revealed by a British newspaper.
Breitbart | Tech giant Apple is once again under fire for its operations relating to China.
Hollywood Reporter | Globally, ‘Joker’ has collected a staggering $544 million. Meanwhile at the specialty box office, ‘Parasite’ scored the biggest location average in three years with $125,421.
Daily Mail | This week, Donald Trump joined Twitch, the popular video streaming platform owned by Amazon.
Study Finds | A shocking one in five respondents say they feel anxious so often that they actually believe they are dealing with an undiagnosed anxiety disorder.
It “suddenly” looks as though there isn’t a bid in the increasingly saturated electric vehicle market after all.
Paul Joseph Watson | Users could be banned for posting them.
Prison Planet.com | Two peas in a socialist pod.
Paul Joseph Watson | Extremist statement made during Amnesty International conference.
Daily Mail | A new patent application from Apple hints at the company’s plans to move from gadgets into apparel.
Paul Joseph Watson | Social credit tyranny accelerates.
Paul Joseph Watson | “The performers enjoy backing of the media, the cultural elites, a significant section of the political establishment.”
Zero Hedge | Africa’s first smartphone factory opened its doors on Monday in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, reported Reuters.
Daily Mail | The Department of Homeland security is building a new biometric database that will be able to identify people through scars, tattoos, DNA, physical markings and even their voice.
OilPrice.com | While most of those space rocks are only a few feet in size, at least 25 of them are large enough to be able to serve as a stand-alone water reservoir.
Paul Joseph Watson | Demonstrators cause huge traffic jams in backlash against threat to livestock production.
Paul Joseph Watson | Deluged below over a dozen non-related mainstream media videos.
Mac Slavo | Google’s new Nest Hub Max is a smart display unit that comes equipped with a 6.5-megapixel facial recognition camera that identifies you and monitors all your actions – inside your own home.
Daily Mail | A newly devised type of silica bead could help save melting glaciers from the onslaught of climate change, scientists say.
Fast Company | Google has announced it has released a data set containing 3,000 deepfake videos it has created.
Daily Mail | The Boston Robotics robo-dog spot is now available to lease as the firm irons out some minor glitches to prove it can open doors and be useful in a workplace.
Breitbart | More than 500 scientists and professionals in climate and related fields have sent a “European Climate Declaration” to the Secretary-General of the United Nations asking for a long-overdue, high-level, open debate on climate change.
Daily Mail | Facebook has bought a company which is inventing a way for people to control their smartphone with their mind.
Jake Anderson | Scientists believe there is a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy named Sagittarius A*. This black hole is 26,000 light-years from the Earth and approximately 4 million times the mass of the Sun.
Daily Mail | Google said it is continuing a program that harvests audio from its smart home users but with some new and improved privacy protections.
Market Watch | Ditching credit cards for facial recognition removes the last physical barrier between our bodies and Corporate America.
Elias Marat | NASA’s robotic space rover has made a shocking discovery on Mars which, while puzzling to researchers so far, may be key to understanding the unique environment of the Red Planet.
Paul Joseph Watson | Supercomputer breakthrough will allow Big Tech giant to control the world.
Daily Mail | People are unaware of the toxic chemicals we encounter in daily plastic products.
Michael Snyder | All around us, our world is literally in a state of collapse, but most people don’t seem to care.
Paul Joseph Watson | Making Wall-E a reality.
Mac Slavo | The U.S. government is finally, albeit slowly acknowledging that there may be non-man-made objects flying around Earth.
Daily Mail | What began as a way to increase public safety has turned into a civil rights concern.
Paul Joseph Watson | So why are westerners being lectured?
Paul Joseph Watson | Despite relentless propaganda campaign about scientific “consensus.”
RT | Facebook has unveiled the charter for its ‘supreme court,’ a supposedly independent content moderation board that will take money from, and be appointed by, Facebook itself – while making binding decisions. What could go wrong?
Daily Mail | Combating the scourge of extreme content on Facebook is taking a heavy psychological toll on some of the company’s third-party moderators, says a new report.
Paul Joseph Watson | They “don’t give a shit about you even in the slightest.”
RT | A Google search outage had users panicked around the world as their search queries returned “internal server errors,” forcing them to use DuckDuckGo or (shudder) Bing – or take to social media to complain.
Daily Mail | China has accused Apple of monitoring its users through spyware on its phones and computers.
London Metro | A former software engineer at Google has warned that autonomous killer robots could accidentally start a war in the future.
RT | A transgender advocacy NGO has told teachers that puberty blockers are harmless and should be given to children as young as 12 in a “model” training session for UK schools. Scholars and medics warn such advice is “disturbing.”