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by @trumpchicken45

Great. We already had China and Russia to worry about. Now our supposed friends are spying on us too? Or maybe they are doing the NSA's dirty work since they got caught. Either way just know that privacy no longer exists in the electronic age. "The malware of concern, dubbed Pegasus, is the creation of NSO Group, an Israeli company valued at close to $1 billion. It can hide on Apple or Google devices, spying via the camera, listening in on conversations through the microphone, stealing documents and siphoning off once-private messages, amongst other surreptitious activities. NSO has always protested that its tools are designed to be used to track the most heinous criminals, from terrorists to drug cartels. But the company has been caught up in spying scandals in Mexico and the United Arab Emirates. In both cases, civil rights organizations were up in arms that the iPhone malware had targeted activists, journalists and lawyers, among others who appeared entirely innocent of any crimes." #trumpchicken 🐥

#israelinstagram #israel_best #insta_israel #instagram_israel #ig_israel #israel_times #jerusalem #telaviv #instagram #stopspyingonus #unitedstatesmilitary #invasionofprivacy #facebook #privacymatters #noprivacy #monitoring #surveillancestate #surveillancesociety #surveillancecamera #surveillance #privacy #unitedstates #spying #israel #nsa #usa #spyingonnature2gether #security #israeli


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by @gaatzaat

Undercover surveillance

Sai Ying Pun
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by @prepping_badass

Every worry about the growing Police State and big brother? How much do they really see. Find out more on The Survival and Basic Badass Podcast Available on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/survival-and-basic-badass-podcast/id1071703718?mt=2&i=1000416319182 #podcasts #surveillance #surveillancestate #prepping#survival


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by @robertsaladman

This is england 2018. The level of tyranny has gone beyond George Orwell #policestate #surveillancestate #1984 #georgeorwell #liberalfail


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by @rebuildingthesystem510

The UK’s #MassSurveillance program is in violation of #HumanRights, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The challenge was instigated following the revelations from US whistle-blower #EdwardSnowden.

UK government agencies and police have the most sweeping surveillance powers in the #WesternWorld, with a whole range of tools for snooping and hacking by security services unmatched by any other country in Western Europe or even the US.

The court stated there is “insufficient oversight” and “inadequate safeguards” over the government’s ‘bulk interception’ of communications. Furthermore, it found the UK “was not in accordance with the law” over it’s obtaining of communications data from service providers.

In an extensive condemnation of UK’s protection of human rights, the judges also deemed there to be “insufficient safeguards” for journalistic sources under government’s surveillance policy.

Aspects of the policy, the court declared, breached two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) – the right to private life (Article 8) and the right to free expression (Article 10). However, the court ruled that information sharing with foreign governments didn’t break the #ECHR, ruling there was no evidence of abuse or significant shortcomings.

RT reports: The landmark case, brought forward by Amnesty International and the civil liberties campaign group #BigBrother Watch, among others, was instigated by the leaks of Edward Snowden. NSA whistle-blower, Snowden, revealed the extent of British and #American surveillance and intelligence practices in 2013.

Following the leaks, the complainants suspected that British and US spy agencies may have intercepted their electronic communications.

#CoreyStoughton, an advocacy director at human rights group Liberty, described the ruling as “a major victory for those of us who think there ought to be balance in the government’s ability to engage in surveillance.” #SurveillanceState
#Technocracy
#BigBrotherIsWatchingYou


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by @bigbirddirector

The UK’s #masssurveillance program is in violation of #humanrights, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The challenge was instigated following the revelations from US whistle-blower #EdwardSnowden.

UK government agencies and police have the most sweeping surveillance powers in the #westernworld, with a whole range of tools for snooping and hacking by security services unmatched by any other country in western Europe or even the US.

The court stated there is “insufficient oversight” and “inadequate safeguards” over the government’s ‘bulk interception’ of communications. Furthermore, it found the UK “was not in accordance with the law” over it’s obtaining of communications data from service providers.

In an extensive condemnation of UK’s protection of human rights, the judges also deemed there to be “insufficient safeguards” for journalistic sources under government’s surveillance policy.

Aspects of the policy, the court declared, breached two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) – the right to private life (Article 8) and the right to free expression (Article 10). However, the court ruled that information sharing with foreign governments didn’t break the ECHR, ruling there was no evidence of abuse or significant shortcomings.

RT reports: The landmark case, brought forward by Amnesty International and the civil liberties campaign group #BigBrother Watch, among others, was instigated by the leaks of Edward Snowden. NSA whistle-blower, Snowden, revealed the extent of British and #American surveillance and intelligence practices in 2013.

Following the leaks, the complainants suspected that British and US spy agencies may have intercepted their electronic communications.

Corey Stoughton, an advocacy director at human rights group Liberty, described the ruling as “a major victory for those of us who think there ought to be balance in the government’s ability to engage in surveillance.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#SurveillanceState #Technocracy


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by @c1tygotyou

#Repost @freedom_faction with @get_repost
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The UK’s #masssurveillance program is in violation of #humanrights, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The challenge was instigated following the revelations from US whistle-blower #EdwardSnowden.

UK government agencies and police have the most sweeping surveillance powers in the #westernworld, with a whole range of tools for snooping and hacking by security services unmatched by any other country in western Europe or even the US.

The court stated there is “insufficient oversight” and “inadequate safeguards” over the government’s ‘bulk interception’ of communications. Furthermore, it found the UK “was not in accordance with the law” over it’s obtaining of communications data from service providers.

In an extensive condemnation of UK’s protection of human rights, the judges also deemed there to be “insufficient safeguards” for journalistic sources under government’s surveillance policy.

Aspects of the policy, the court declared, breached two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) – the right to private life (Article 8) and the right to free expression (Article 10). However, the court ruled that information sharing with foreign governments didn’t break the ECHR, ruling there was no evidence of abuse or significant shortcomings.

RT reports: The landmark case, brought forward by Amnesty International and the civil liberties campaign group #BigBrother Watch, among others, was instigated by the leaks of Edward Snowden. NSA whistle-blower, Snowden, revealed the extent of British and #American surveillance and intelligence practices in 2013.

Following the leaks, the complainants suspected that British and US spy agencies may have intercepted their electronic communications.

Corey Stoughton, an advocacy director at human rights group Liberty, described the ruling as “a major victory for those of us who think there ought to be balance in the government’s ability to engage in surveillance.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#SurveillanceState #Technocracy


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by @jeanguava

A Lie of the Mind: what is ever true? How many lies do you tell yourself a day? Where do you place your trust? Is perception always deception? Can we ever truly trust our own sight, our own knowing? What do you see? What do you believe? What do you refuse to see? What is best left unseen and unsaid? What would happen if we chose to speak the truth more often? Is it better that we don’t? Do eyes ever lie if they are the windows to our souls? What lies in a gaze? What are your myths? Is rationalization simply a clever cloaking of the truth? #socialmediating #surveillancestate #lalaland (actually “The Eyes of Santa Maria” - via @stephenellcock)


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by @svisionfamily2

- The UK’s #masssurveillance program is in violation of #humanrights, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The challenge was instigated following the revelations from US whistle-blower #EdwardSnowden.

UK government agencies and police have the most sweeping surveillance powers in the #westernworld, with a whole range of tools for snooping and hacking by security services unmatched by any other country in western Europe or even the US.

The court stated there is “insufficient oversight” and “inadequate safeguards” over the government’s ‘bulk interception’ of communications. Furthermore, it found the UK “was not in accordance with the law” over it’s obtaining of communications data from service providers.

In an extensive condemnation of UK’s protection of human rights, the judges also deemed there to be “insufficient safeguards” for journalistic sources under government’s surveillance policy.

Aspects of the policy, the court declared, breached two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) – the right to private life (Article 8) and the right to free expression (Article 10). However, the court ruled that information sharing with foreign governments didn’t break the ECHR, ruling there was no evidence of abuse or significant shortcomings.

RT reports: The landmark case, brought forward by Amnesty International and the civil liberties campaign group #BigBrother Watch, among others, was instigated by the leaks of Edward Snowden. NSA whistle-blower, Snowden, revealed the extent of British and #American surveillance and intelligence practices in 2013.

Following the leaks, the complainants suspected that British and US spy agencies may have intercepted their electronic communications.

Corey Stoughton, an advocacy director at human rights group Liberty, described the ruling as “a major victory for those of us who think there ought to be balance in the government’s ability to engage in surveillance.” 🖐🏾More @freedom_faction in comments👇🏾#SurveillanceState #Technocracy#SVisionFamily #SVisionMagazine #SVisionGaming
#SVisionFamily1 - #regrann


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by @freedom_faction

The UK’s #masssurveillance program is in violation of #humanrights, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The challenge was instigated following the revelations from US whistle-blower #EdwardSnowden.

UK government agencies and police have the most sweeping surveillance powers in the #westernworld, with a whole range of tools for snooping and hacking by security services unmatched by any other country in western Europe or even the US.

The court stated there is “insufficient oversight” and “inadequate safeguards” over the government’s ‘bulk interception’ of communications. Furthermore, it found the UK “was not in accordance with the law” over it’s obtaining of communications data from service providers.

In an extensive condemnation of UK’s protection of human rights, the judges also deemed there to be “insufficient safeguards” for journalistic sources under government’s surveillance policy.

Aspects of the policy, the court declared, breached two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) – the right to private life (Article 8) and the right to free expression (Article 10). However, the court ruled that information sharing with foreign governments didn’t break the ECHR, ruling there was no evidence of abuse or significant shortcomings.

RT reports: The landmark case, brought forward by Amnesty International and the civil liberties campaign group #BigBrother Watch, among others, was instigated by the leaks of Edward Snowden. NSA whistle-blower, Snowden, revealed the extent of British and #American surveillance and intelligence practices in 2013.

Following the leaks, the complainants suspected that British and US spy agencies may have intercepted their electronic communications.

Corey Stoughton, an advocacy director at human rights group Liberty, described the ruling as “a major victory for those of us who think there ought to be balance in the government’s ability to engage in surveillance.” 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#SurveillanceState #Technocracy


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by @chriscongre

‘The Nest’ Started life as an idea for a stencil, think I may have bitten off more that I can chew!
#streetart #streetartcornwall #stencilart #surveillance #surveillancestate #freepalestine #privacymatters #privacy #sketch #toomuchart #walledoffhotel #clearouttime #bigbrother #instaart #


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by @feeonline

According to the ACLU, agencies in 23 states own handheld devices which relay information on the location of any particular phone, down to a particular apartment complex or hotel room, even if the phones aren't in use.
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#Linkinbio#stingray #nottheanimal #IMSIcatcher #surveillancestate #getawarrant #privacy #securityorprivacy #scantech #technology #cybersecurity #encryption #internetprivacy #bigbrother


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by @evans_baked

Repost @transcendtowers ... this is the tip of the iceberg . I'm actually quite impressed by how hard the 5g telecom companies are working to install the #5g #killgrid . #emf #radiation causes #cancer #geneticmutation #hyperactiveneurologicalstates #death ... @oregongovbrown you are complicit in this #ecocide / #genocide ... how are the kickbacks? #deepstate #swampcreature


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by @real.eyez.realize.real.liez

Back in early 2016 I wrote about a plan for #NewYorkCity to turn 7,500 payphones into #WiFi #hotspots. The program was called #LinkNYC and indeed has begun its rollout with more than 1,500 now online.

At the time, I raised some of the health concerns surrounding the implementation of a grid that would enhance the public’s exposure to #electromagneticradiation (without their consent of course). However, I also cautioned about issues of privacy and the potential for pervasive surveillance through these structures.

Unfortunately, a new report by The Intercept is confirming privacy invasion as it appears that these devices are being used to track the movements of passersby.

In addition to the standard functionality of charging stations and the ability to gather pertinent information and directions, The Intercept correctly notes that other features such as cameras and sensors can monitor the movements of crowds as well as collect their data – potentially in real-time. Despite initial assurances of data encryption and anonymity, a researcher recently came across code that was posted on the Internet which shows a larger scope to the overall plan. My emphasis added.

In May of this year, Charles Meyers, an undergraduate at #NewYorkCity College of Technology, came across folders in LinkNYC’s public library on GitHub, a platform for managing files and software, that appear to raise further questions about location tracking and the platform’s protection of its users’ data. Meyers made copies of the codebases in question — “LinkNYC Mobile Observation” and “RxLocation” — and shared both folders with The Intercept.

According to Meyers, the “LinkNYC Mobile Observation” code collects the user’s longitude and latitude, as well as the user’s browser type, operating system, device type, device identifiers, and full URL clickstreams (including date and time) and aggregates this information into a database. In Meyers’s view, this code — along with the functions of the “RxLocation” codebase — suggests that the company is interested in tracking the locations of Wi-Fi users in real time... 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#SurveillanceState #Technocracy


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by @svisionfamily2

- Thoughts?

Immediately following the attacks of September 11, 2001, #PresidentGeorgeWBush promised #Americans he would exact revenge on those who dare attack the empire. “Dubya’s” program of “Shock and Awe” gave the #American public an upfront look at what the U.S. military was prepared to do to the enemies of “freedom and democracy.” The bombing of #Iraq was only the beginning of a larger conflict that the #BushAdministration dubbed “The Global #WaronTerror.” The War on Terror did not end in the physical battlefield, however. The U.S. government was determined to root out all possible terrorist activity and in the process roll back as many of America’s hard-earned liberties as possible. Many of the bills passed in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks have contributed to the rise of a #SurveillanceState.

The new mini-documentary, The Modern Surveillance State examines the state of privacy in modern America. Beginning with The #PATRIOTAct, the film examines a number of bills and programs which have been used to erode away at privacy and grant the government and their corporate partners access to the public’s private information in a manner which dictators of the past only dreamed.

#TheModernSurveillanceState encourages viewers to ask how we found ourselves living in the current paradigm by exposing programs like Total Information Awareness, the #PatriotAct2, National Security Letters, the #NationalDefenseAuthorizationAct, and #socialmediamonitoring. The documentary also looks at the possibility that companies like Google and Facebook may have been funded by the CIA. #Technocracy #NewWorldOrder #WakeTheFuckUp [See The Mini-Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90vcPsItKF4]#SVisionFamily #SVisionMagazine #SVisionGaming
#SVisionFamily1 - #regrann


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by @svisionfamily2

- Back in early 2016 I wrote about a plan for #NewYorkCity to turn 7,500 payphones into #WiFi #hotspots. The program was called #LinkNYC and indeed has begun its rollout with more than 1,500 now online.

At the time, I raised some of the health concerns surrounding the implementation of a grid that would enhance the public’s exposure to #electromagneticradiation (without their consent of course). However, I also cautioned about issues of privacy and the potential for pervasive surveillance through these structures.

Unfortunately, a new report by The Intercept is confirming privacy invasion as it appears that these devices are being used to track the movements of passersby.

In addition to the standard functionality of charging stations and the ability to gather pertinent information and directions, The Intercept correctly notes that other features such as cameras and sensors can monitor the movements of crowds as well as collect their data – potentially in real-time. Despite initial assurances of data encryption and anonymity, a researcher recently came across code that was posted on the Internet which shows a larger scope to the overall plan. My emphasis added.

In May of this year, Charles Meyers, an undergraduate at #NewYorkCity College of Technology, came across folders in LinkNYC’s public library on GitHub, a platform for managing files and software, that appear to raise further questions about location tracking and the platform’s protection of its users’ data. Meyers made copies of the codebases in question — “LinkNYC Mobile Observation” and “RxLocation” — and shared both folders with The Intercept.

According to Meyers, the “LinkNYC Mobile Observation” code collects the user’s longitude and latitude, as well as the user’s browser type, operating system, device type, device identifiers, and full URL clickstreams (including date and time) and aggregates this information into a database. In Meyers’s view, this code — along with the functions of the “RxLocation” codebase — suggests that the company is interested in tracking the locations of Wi-Fi users in real time... 🖐🏾More @freedom_faction in comments👇🏾#SurveillanceState #Technocracy#S


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