World’s largest cricket farm finishes construction in London, Ontario

World’s largest cricket farm finishes construction in London, Ontario
The massive facility will employ just 60 workers and will rely mostly on artificial intelligence, technology that won the developers awards from the United Nations for commitment to Sustainable Development Goals. YouTube/Aspire Food Group Canada is now home to the world’s largest cricket farm, as construction firm EllisDon announced on Twitter that development at Aspire Food Group’s new plant in London, Ontario was finished.… Read the rest

Daycare Apps Are Dangerously Insecure

Daycare Apps Are Dangerously Insecure
By Alexis Hancock Last year, several parents at EFF enrolled kids into daycare and were instantly told to download an application for managing their children’s care. Daycare and preschool applications frequently include notifications of feedings, diaper changes, pictures, activities, and which guardian picked-up/dropped-off the child—potentially useful features for overcoming separation anxiety of newly enrolled children and their anxious parents. Working at a privacy-oriented organization as we do, we asked questions: Do we have to use these?… Read the rest

FCC Provides $9 Billion to Telecoms for Rural 5G Rollout Despite 5G Lawsuits, Opposition and Warnings

FCC Provides $9 Billion to Telecoms for Rural 5G Rollout Despite 5G Lawsuits, Opposition and Warnings
December 7, 2019 By B.N. Frank   Even though The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is NOT a health or environmental agency they are supposed to protect the public by regulating the telecom industry.  Unfortunately, they have NOT been protecting the public since long before the Trump administration.  The “Race for 5G” has made this much more dangerous. People and pets have already been getting sick where 5G has been turned on This isn’t surprising since doctors and scientists have warned that 5G exposure is NOT safe. … Read the rest

China thwarts protest by changing people’s electronic health codes from ‘green’ to ‘red’

China thwarts protest by changing people’s electronic health codes from ‘green’ to ‘red’
Chinese citizens have been forced into quarantine after they or a family member planned to protest the freezing of their bank funds.   The Chinese government has obstructed a plan by hundreds to protest the freezing of their bank funds by triggering an app on their smartphones. The would-be protestors have found that the electronic health codes on their smartphones have turned red, making it illegal for them to travel.… Read the rest

Secretive Bilderberg Meetings of ‘Spies, War Hawks and World Leaders’ Escape Media Scrutiny

Secretive Bilderberg Meetings of ‘Spies, War Hawks and World Leaders’ Escape Media Scrutiny
More than 100 of the world’s most powerful people last week participated in the secretive Bilderberg Meetings in Washington, D.C. — while the media paid little attention. A secretive meeting of more than 100 of the world’s most powerful people just took place in a Washington, D.C. hotel behind closed doors and under tight security — while few reporters even took note.… Read the rest

Apple Just Killed the Password — For Real This Time

Apple Just Killed the Password — For Real This Time
WIRED reported: Your passwords are terrible. Year after year, the most popular passwords leaked in data breaches are 123456, 123456789, and 12345 — “qwerty” and “password” come close behind — and using these weak passwords leaves you vulnerable to all sorts of hacking. Weak and repeated passwords are one of the most significant risks to your online life. For years, we’ve been promised a more secure, password-free future, but it seems like 2022 will actually be the year that millions of people start to move away from passwords.… Read the rest

Technocracy’s High Tech War Is Just As Effective as Rockets, Bullets, Tanks

Technocracy’s High Tech War Is Just As Effective as Rockets, Bullets, Tanks
Technocracy News reported: The object of war is to kill or maim as many people as possible, by whatever means. However, outright killing is often less efficient than wounding because more of the enemy’s resources are consumed in caring for the wounded than burying dead bodies. The overall goal of war is to conquer and subdue a people. In the process of conquering, the enemy must be psychologically and physically broken to the point that they give up their will to fight and their will to assert self-determination.… Read the rest

Our Country Moves Closer to a Federal Privacy Law, and I Move Closer to Losing My Mind

Our Country Moves Closer to a Federal Privacy Law, and I Move Closer to Losing My Mind
  Gizmodo reported: After years of fizzled talks and stalled negotiations on a federal data privacy bill, House and Senate committee leaders finally set aside enough of their differences to release a draft of a new bipartisan tech privacy bill this past Friday. The legislation, called the “American Data Privacy and Protection Act,” is being spearheaded by House Energy and Commerce Chair Frank Pallone (D-N.J.),… Read the rest

Aussie Primary School Sees “Microchips In Students Brains” In 10 Years

Aussie Primary School Sees “Microchips In Students Brains” In 10 Years
  By Paul Joseph Watson An Australian primary school predicted “microchips in students brains” [sic] within 10 years before subsequently deleting the newsletter that contained the creepy prophecy. The bizarre entry was featured in the May 26 edition of the Preston West Primary school’s newsletter, which listed a number of prosaic things the school envisages will be helpful to educating children in a decade.… Read the rest

WEF Says Smartphone Tech Will Be Incorporated Into Your Body -Enter: Neuralink, 6G, VR Holograms, Metaverse

WEF Says Smartphone Tech Will Be Incorporated Into Your Body -Enter: Neuralink, 6G, VR Holograms, Metaverse
By Keean Bexte Speaking in Davos at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, Nokia CEO and WEF agenda contributor Pekka Lundmark said that smartphone tech will be incorporated into human bodies by 2030. When asked about it, Lundmark said, “First of all, it will definitely happen. I was talking about 6G earlier, which [will happen] around 2030. I would say that by then, definitely, the smartphone as we know it today will not be the most common interface.”… Read the rest