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RT | NASA is currently tracking three near-Earth objects (NEOs) due to fly past the Earth on November 20. Worryingly, two of the three were only spotted this past weekend, once again raising tensions over planetary defense.

Daily Caller | Over 250 news outlets and journalists partnered with Columbia University School of Journalism’s flagship magazine to shape control of “climate crisis” coverage in the lead up to the United Nations climate conference.

RT | Belief in a flat Earth is becoming fashionable.

Daily Mail | Privacy advocates used Amazon’s facial recognition to scan thousands of random faces around Capitol Hill in Washington DC to highlight the dangers of this technologies surveillance capabilities.

Mac Slavo | According to one person who studies the “global systems’ death spiral,” if the elitists and ruling class don’t kill us off, something else might.

Paul Joseph Watson | Live on an insect diet like people in war-torn hellhole Congo to ‘save the planet’.

Zero Hedge | Google is doing the bare minimum to meet regulators’ demands.

RT | The highly divisive 16-year-old climate activist doesn’t even need to say anything for someone, somewhere to be triggered by her, or in this case a s**tpost in extremely poor taste.

Prison Planet.com | Groundbreaking technology which has the potential to render objects and even people “invisible” is on the verge of becoming a reality.

Daily Mail | Facebook has yet again come under fire for invading its member’s privacy.

CNBC | The next big trend in technology will be smart glasses we wear everywhere.

Michael Snyder | Experts are warning us that this will be a “freezing, frigid, and frosty” winter, and even though the official beginning of winter is still over a month away, it already feels like that in much of the country right now. 

Breitbart | Margaret Atwood has declared Greta Thunberg the ‘Joan of Arc of the environment.’

MassPrivateI blog | Smart city surveillance, is much worse than anyone could have imagined.

Washington Free Beacon | A media outlet affiliated with ISIS has been instructing the group’s radical adherents to set forest fires in the United States and Europe to cause mass ecological disasters, according to posts on an internet forum dedicated to the terror group.

Epoch Times | U.S.-based cybersecurity firm FireEye revealed that the Chinese hacker group APT41 has been backed by the state in compromising several major telecom firms.

Daily Mail | Edward Snowden has criticised internet giants Google, Amazon, and Facebook for the ‘abuse’ of personal data and argues people need to understand the privacy threat against them.

Paul Joseph Watson | Even though westerners aren’t having children already.

Information Liberation | After months offline due to a sustained assault by our Big Tech oligarchs, 8chan is finally back online after relaunching as 8kun.

Zero Hedge | Greta Thunberg and her Hollywood comrades will undoubtedly have something to say about the decision.

Daily Mail | Google, Facebook and other internet giants would disclose the algorithms they use to return search results under new legislation proposed by US law makers.

Zero Hedge | When it is ignored, loneliness can have a seriously negatively impact on an individual’s health, especially when it is allowed to persist.

Michael Snyder | Why is the mainstream media being so quiet about all of the seismic activity that has been happening all across the United States? 

Zero Hedge | Officials in Beijing will combine the country’s state-of-the-art facial recognition technology with a version of their controversial ‘credit system’ to speed up security checks in the city’s overcrowded metro system, according to HKFP.

National Post | Researchers are working on ways to edit memories — to make the intolerable bearable — by, say, blocking the synaptic changes needed for a memory to solidify.

Daily Mail | Facebook has agreed to pay a fine of £500,000 following an investigation into the misuse of personal data in political campaigns.

The Daily Sheeple | Researchers from the University of Chicago have simulated a climate change chain reaction that starts with an increase in Antarctic sea ice and ends with an ice age.

Zero Hedge | Just days after Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg refused to close off free speech among politicians, Twitter’s CEO has decided his platform must block politicians from advertising because “political message reach should be earned.”

Daily Mail | Facebook and Instagram have banned the use of ‘sexual emojis’ including the eggplant, peach and water drips. 

Sputnik | It seems that outer space has already decided what will it give us for Christmas – a whopper of an asteroid that will fly very close to Earth. Brexit will look like a walk in the park compared to what this big guy can bring about if he enters Earth’s atmosphere.

CNBC | Instagram chief Adam Mosseri said on Twitter Sunday he doesn’t want Breitbart to be part of Facebook’s new journalism tab, but defended the company’s choice to include it.

Zero Hedge | X-37B’s real mission in low Earth Orbit (LEO) is classified. But a 2017 Air Force press release detailed the plane is a “host platform for experimental payloads.”

Zero Hedge | California’s annual wildfires are back despite a series of planned power outages aimed at preventing them – the latest of which is expected to affect as many as 3 million people across huge swaths of the state.

Breitbart | A Canadian university has frozen a zoologist out of her adjunct professor post as punishment for saying the unsayable about polar bears: that populations are thriving.

Zero Hedge | Google employees claim the company is developing a tool to spy on its workers.

Zero Hedge | Google has officially confirmed that they’ve achieved quantum supremacy.

Paul Joseph Watson | “Synthetic and manipulated media” to be targeted.

Daily Mail | The hole in the ozone layer has shrunk to its smallest size since scientists began monitoring it in 1982 because of unusual weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica, according to NASA.

Paul Joseph Watson | Some are responsible for a thousand times more CO2 emissions than the average.

Paul Joseph Watson | Patron saint of environmentalism receives more backlash.

Daily Mail | Researchers successfully sneaked malicious apps behind the defenses of two major smart speaker companies in a test on their security practices. 

Paul Joseph Watson | The king of blackface will get to decide what is considered “hate speech.”

Zero Hedge | A study performed by the American Association for the Advancement of science found that the presence of a “threatening humanoid robot” nearby can actually help improve human cognitive performance.

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.

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