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Breaking : British and US terror finance networks from big tech fund Al-Shabaab terrorism, with the help of the CIA and intell agencies, Russia also involved.

A giant collusion involving public powers that targeted me is funding Al-Shabaab terrorism with tax money and scam money. The Obama pre-era of invisible war have prepared the ground to take control over nuclear weapons and lead the world. Big … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans AI, algorithm bias, antitrust, armes psychotroniques, Contextual Inquiry, corruption, cultural trafficking, cyberterrorisme, DARPA, data sanitization, dataveillance, Digital culture, disclosure, dissent repression, Exploitation, Film industry, finance capitalism, freedom of press, Google, Immigration, manipulation, media collusion, media industry, MK ultra, money laundering, Networks Analysis, power abuse, rape, repression, resistance, sexism, sexual harassment, social activism, soros, state surveillance, State violence, surveillance, tech fascism, terror financing, terrorism, Trolling, US interference, US sovereignity, violence against women, war, war deals, warfare | Marqué avec | Commentaires fermés sur Breaking : British and US terror finance networks from big tech fund Al-Shabaab terrorism, with the help of the CIA and intell agencies, Russia also involved.

La régulation de l’industrie de la cybersécurité contre le cyberterrorisme

Il faut réguler l’industrie de la sécurité pour mettre un terme à la surveillance abusive des populations et des personnes et faire cesser les attaques contre les personnes. Ces pratiques enfreignent impunément la Convention Européenne des Droits de l’Homme au … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans Corporatism, corruption, cybersécurité, cyberterrorisme, data security, ethique des données en ligne, freedom of press, Google, infosec, infosharing, manipulation, Palantir, privacy, protection des données, science and technology, surveillance | Marqué avec | Commentaires fermés sur La régulation de l’industrie de la cybersécurité contre le cyberterrorisme

The US government wants to use social media platforms for the surveillance of non US citizens

  Why you should stop using social media : The US government’ plans to use Facebook, Twitter and Google for the surveillance and political targeting of non US citizens Following my precedent post about social media that was questioning a … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans algorithm bias, bias, Digital culture, Exploitation, Google, machine learning, Palantir, privacy, protection des données, social media, surveillance, Twitter, war | Commentaires fermés sur The US government wants to use social media platforms for the surveillance of non US citizens