Tuesday, June 4, 2013

How naked should we be? (Internet privacy)

Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly; Dr. Katherine Albrecht (startpage.com/kmashow.com/ixquick.com), Marie Germain (Tribe Radio, Branding20)
It used to be possible to be a quiet American
Why we need an alternative to Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other information-gathering agencies and corporations is because -- by their own admission in the small print -- they are scanning and reading our emails, collecting search data, and more. (Now they will be collecting DNA thanks to a Supreme Court decision announced yesterday, and Yahoo will be forcing users onto a new gmail-like platform with a new agreement allowing it to scan emails not only of users but of anyone writing to them). It is very difficult, if not impossible, to opt out. Opting out often involves the use of cookies, so when our cookie cache is cleared, guess what? We've just opted back in without realizing it. 
But what's the alternative to being spied on? We have to search! STARTPAGE.COM
My searches are my own. The information in my private peer-to-peer emails are my own. I do not share them, consent to sharing them, or consider them fair game for data mining by big government agencies (FBI, NSA, NSC, CIA, Pentagon, DHS...) and corporate raiders (Google, Facebook, Twitter, InstaGram, gmail, yahoo.mail, Big Pharma, etc.) that together comprise the military-industrial complex.

(1-30-12) Alex Jones (prisonplanet.tv) talks with GCN host, activist, author Albrecht about her book Spychips. Major corporations and government agencies are trying to track our every move with RFID cards and merchandise. Based on prophetic warnings.Christians, in particular, are encouraged to resist this electronic surveillance

Google, don't be evi... Oops, too late! (anorak)
Dr. Katherine Albrecht is a Harvard scholar and the principal at STARTPAGE.COM, the world's leading free privacy-protecting search engine. She refuses to gather data on searches or users. She campaigns for privacy rights and tackles subjects that make the controllers of the world rattle with angst. 

It's not just Gmail and Google (Yahoo too!)
Albrecht is also Director of CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering), an 18,000-member grassroots organization. She is dancing with cancer as she strives to protect everyone's privacy on the streets, Internet, and in stores using tracked "discount" cards that will soon be RFID chipped. She is kind and realistic about the needs of capitalists and the marketers and others who serve them; however, enough is enough with our private information. Try not to gasp when listening to her research findings. Stay tuned for Part 2 from Tribe Radio.
"666" digits for a Cashless One World Currency?
Think it can't happen? It already is happening! It is being beta tested on a massive scale as a government joins with a corporation (MasterCard) and forces everyone in Nigeria, Africa to carry an RFID chipped MasterCard as mandatory ID in a new cashless society! Coming to a country near you: "MasterCard, it's everywhere you're going to be."

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