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June, 2017

  • 16 June

    Forget Facebook And Twitter – Join Steemit, Social Media That Pays!

    Facebook has had it’s time and place in the evolution of the Internet, it revolutionised what we now know as Social Media. However, it has gradually become more and more controlled, restricted and invasive. Facebook had its day, but it’s day is drawing to a close, as it did for Netscape, Yahoo and Myspace. Social Media On The Blockchain For …

May, 2017

  • 27 May

    Manchester Terror Attack | Theresa May Calls For Clamp Down On Internet Freedom

    Following the recent terror attack in Manchester, Theresa May is urging G7 Leaders to tackle Online extremism. The question is, what is deemed extremism? The Daily Mail reports: The G7 backed Mrs May’s call for more pressure to be put on internet companies such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to target extremist messages online. This will include developing technology which automatically …

March, 2017

  • 26 March

    WhatsApp | ‘Intelligence Services Must Have Access To Encrypted Messaging Services’

    Encrypted messaging service provider WhatsApp is being blamed as a place for ‘Terrorists to hide’. This comes from the UK’s home secretary in the Wake of Londons terrorist attack which has left four people dead and many injured. It is believed the attacker was using WhatsApp just minutes before he began his rampage through Westminster. BBC News reports: There must …

  • 7 March

    Wikileaks Vault7 | The CIA Are Hacking Your TV, Your Phone, Your PC, Your Life

    Vault7 CIA Spying

    In Wikileaks latest major leaks tagged ‘Vault7′, we see to what extent the CIA have hijacked modern technology. From Mobile Phones to your Television – Assume you are never alone. The alleged cyber-weapons are said to include malware that targets Windows, Android, iOS, OSX and Linux computers as well as internet routers. Some of the software is reported to have been …

February, 2017

  • 2 February

    ‘State of Surveillance’ With Edward Snowden

    When NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden leaked details of massive government surveillance programs in 2013, he ignited a raging debate over digital privacy and security. That debate came to a head this year, when Apple refused an FBI court order to access the iPhone of alleged San Bernardino Terrorist Syed Farook. Meanwhile, journalists and activists are under increasing attack from foreign …

January, 2017

  • 15 January

    The Great Social Network Exodus

    The Great Social Network Exodus

    As the big social networking giants such as Facebook and Twitter bow down to World Wide establishments ever increasing demands, such as reduced user privacy and increased control and manipulation of content people on mass are looking for alternatives. The great social network exodus has begun! The Corbett Report take a look at some of the alternatives people are fleeing too: …

December, 2016

  • 3 December

    Smart People Refuse Smart Meters

    Slowly but surely Smart Meters are being unravelled and fitted in just about every Westernised Country. With promises of Energy Saving and thus Money saving advantages these devices are being pushed upon the population. So what’s the problem with a Smart Meter ? Well, a simpler question might be what’s good about a smart meter. The promoted advantages are false, …

November, 2016

  • 19 November

    UK Launches Shocking New Surveillance Bill Making Privacy A Thing Of The Past

    UK Launches Shocking New Surveillance Bill Making Privacy A Thing Of The Past

    While the Country is still in uproar over the recent US Elections and the ongoing Brexit deal the UK has passed a new bill which is shocking, to say the least. This new bill has been named the ‘Snoopers Charter’ and was first brought to the table back in 2012 by Theresa May. The bill was rejected twice prior to …

October, 2016

  • 29 October

    AI-Powered Body Scanners Could Soon Be Inspecting You In Public Places

    AI-Powered Body Scanners Could Soon Be Inspecting You In Public Places

    If you thought personal privacy could not be invaded anymore than it already is, think again. All thanks to a new Bill Gates funded technology which maybe hitting out streets soon. The Guardian reports: A startup bankrolled by Bill Gates is about to conduct the first public trials of high-speed body scanners powered by artificial intelligence (AI) According to documents …

July, 2016

  • 19 July

    Police use Pokémon Go to lure fugitives to headquarters

    Police use Pokémon Go to lure fugitives to headquarters

    We have already covered the dangers of Pokémon Go in a previous article, but already we are seeing just how powerful a tool this Application can be. Police in New Hampshire are beginning to try and Lure fugitives to locations in attempt to make arrests: The Guardian Reports: Police in New Hampshire’s largest city are using Pokémon Go in an attempt to …