Adan Salazar | …but don’t worry, they’re not doing it anymore.
Spiegel | Agency can even extract contact lists and notes.
Julie Wilson | Government says they request Facebook data for both criminal investigations and national security matters.
McClatchy Newspapers | In the fine print, legally binding language forbids customers from hosting any type of server “unless you have a written agreement…”
Journal Sentinel | Car that will likely cost close to $300,000 and won’t roll off the assembly line for a couple of more years.
GeoEngineeringWatch.org | Off the chart UV levels are not being disclosed.
Adan Salazar | Demonstration supports theory that journalist Michael Hastings’ car was remotely hijacked.
Adan Salazar | Starts by blocking Defense Distributed’s gun files.
Prison Planet.com | NSA could use cyber warfare to fuel mass hysteria.
ericpetersautos.com | Affordable car Americans can’t buy due to the EPA and DOT.
guardian.co.uk | Top secret PRISM program claims direct access to servers of firms including Google, Facebook and Apple.
New Scientist | Exoskeleton claims to enable paralysed and locked-in people to walk using only their mind.
Prison Planet.com | If lasers that can melt Star Wars figurines are available publicly, how powerful are lasers the government possesses?
Steve Watson | Corporate ownership of human genes controversy declared “commercially deceptive content” .
Adan Salazar | British tabloid conducts cheeky “investigation,” gets away with committing potential act of terror.
CNET | Apple receives so many police demands to decrypt seized iPhones that it has created a “waiting list.”
Torrent Freak | The Pirate Bay says it welcomes the blueprints and has no intention of taking the files down.
washingtonpost.com | Total mail volume fell to 38.8 billion pieces from 39.4 billion pieces.
Adan Salazar | “I think information will be free, and it wants to be.”
Technology Review | EEG cap could expand the number of ways to interact with your mobile devices.
Paul Joseph Watson | Technology would make robots “truly autonomous”.
Paul Joseph Watson | Experts warn cyborgs will eventually be used to kill.
Steve Watson | Huge leaps forward in droids that experts warns will be used to “kill people”.
Paul Joseph Watson | Establishment hacks now so glib and unquestioning they could be supplanted by computer programs.
Paul Joseph Watson | UAV mimics how an eagle grabs its prey.
Paul Joseph Watson | Effort to make nuclear missiles less vulnerable to attack.
Paul Joseph Watson | Emergency alert system confuses cell phone users.
Paul Joseph Watson | The ultimate privacy killer.
Paul Joseph Watson | The DARPA-funded study which successfully conducted a ‘mind meld’ of two rats is a precursor to the creation of DARPA’s ultimate goal.
Paul Joseph Watson | Scientist Danny Hillis calls for ‘Internet Plan B’ in times of emergency.
Paul Joseph Watson | Attaching a computer to your head is not going to bring you happiness.
Prison Planet.com | Forget manufacturing – robots are now replacing humans in the service industry.
Steve Watson | Everything is spying on you.
Steve Watson | Details of secretive directive still unclear.
Paul Joseph Watson | Security firm exposes dangers of so-called “smart” products.
Steve Watson | Infowars first broke invasive spying story 6 years ago.
Steve Watson | Order may allow military takeover of internet.
Steve Watson | Lawyers say ruling may enable “military deployment within the United States”.
Steve Watson | DoD continues long relationship with Hollywood as new stealth jets will be seen on silver screen before they are seen in combat.
Steve Watson | Top US Military brass once considered creating “non lethal” weapons that would literally zombify everyone within hundreds of meters.
Adan Salazar | Number of Australian individuals willing to give up their privacy and be put into large biometric databases is staggering.
Steve Watson | If you think naked body scanners are invasive, you ‘aint seen nothing yet.
Adan Salazar | It is safe to assume that information gathered is being stored for use as opportunistic leverage to crush dissenting voices.