Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton Dykes – We live in a cybernetic society, which is about continuous surveillance, data collection and analysis.
Mass Privatel – Imagine in the not-too-distant future your job, college ID, drivers license, passport, gun permit, health insurance etc., will depend on you passing a mandatory drug screening.
Matt Agorist – Google has a disturbingly sneaky way of tracking your every movement. Here’s how to reclaim your privacy.
John W. Whitehead – We are increasingly ruled by multi-corporations wedded to the police state.
John P. Thomas – Smart meters are one of the most invasive technologies ever invented.
Makia Freeman – Google’s new marketing video explains their diabolical plan to monitor everything.
Phillip Schneider – Facebook users need to ask themselves how far is too far?
John W. Whitehead – The surveillance state is alive and well and kicking privacy to shreds in America.
Isaac Davis – Privacy and anonymity are the enemies of the state.
Christina Sarich – Social media technology allows anyone to be identified with 70% accuracy.
Alex Pietrowski – Research into the effects of government spying proves how dangerous it is to the individual.
Jay Dyer – The coming technocracy is not something to come in the distant future, but is a present reality.
V. Susan Ferguson – Now is the time for us to rethink our euphoria with technology.
Video – Google is being criticized over a controversial new service, Your Timeline, that reveals just how much it knows about the places you go.
Smart meters are proving to be extraordinary surveillance devices.
Valerie Tarico – Why do churches need a means to engage in unfettered surveillance of their members?
Katherine Carroll – Nano-robotics is gaining momentum in health care and other niche markets, but what does this mean for your privacy?
John W. Whitehead – Today, there’s little room for indiscretions, imperfections, or acts of independence—especially not when the government can listen in on your phone calls, monitor your driving habits, track your movements, scrutinize your purchases and peer through the walls of your home.
Catherine J. Frompovich – The most egregious of all problems with ‘smart meters’ is the apparent adverse health effects from the electromagnetic radiation they send into personal homes.
Terence Newton, Staff Writer Waking Times Without much of a mentionable public debate about the implementation of police state surveillance and tracking technologies in our society, we are quickly moving…