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Smart Doorbells Other than Amazon Ring Cameras Have Serious Privacy and Security Risks

By B.N. Frank Apparently it’s not just Amazon Ring cameras that are vulnerable to hackers (see 1, 2). From Threatpost: Matt Lewis, with NCC Group, talks to Threatpost about a slew of security and privacy issues found in smart doorbells that are being sold on Amazon and eBay. Researchers have found serious security and privacy…

List of Coronavirus Apps That Are Tracking Us

By B.N. Frank Experts continue to warn about the privacy risks and violations associated with apps and other invasive technology being implemented for COVID-19 (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) some of which has been reported as being dangerous and/or not effective. In May, MIT Technology Review provided a list of virus tracking apps….

Philadelphia Priest Dies After Participating In Moderna COVID Vaccine Trial

As millions of elderly Americans prepare to take COVID-19 vaccines that, according to numerous reports, can elicit some pretty serious post-2nd dose side-effects for a day or so, LifeSiteNews has reported that a Ukrainian Greek-Catholic priest died at his PA home after participating in Moderna’s vaccine trial. The cause of death isn’t yet known, and…

Delta Air Lines Hemorrhages Cash; CEO Warns ‘Forward Bookings Slowing’ Again

Delta Air Lines’ CEO Ed Bastian warned in an internal memorandum on Thursday, Dec. 3, that despite the daily cash burn slowing down, the carrier still has to shell out a whopping $12-$14 million per day to keep the airline afloat. Now, this is a far cry from the $24 million daily burn rate in the third…

A New Technology Will Dangerously Expand Government Spying on Citizens

If you’re worried about the capability of government to conduct surveillance of citizens engaged in political assembly and protest, or even just personal activity, then you should be aware the technological capability of government surveillance is about to expand exponentially. The US Air Force’s Research Lab (yes, it has its own lab) has recently signed…

Dollar Dump Sparks Bid For Bonds & Bullion; Pfizer Faux-Pas F**ks Stocks

Disappointing Services ISM data today along with over 20 million Americans still claiming unemployment benefits does not set up well for tomorrow’s payrolls print. Breaking down the economic data recently we see surveys (hope) starting to tumble, the labor market at its weakest since Feb, and Retail at its weakest since June… Source: Bloomberg But…

ACLU Sues to Find Out How and Why Federal Agencies Are Accessing Americans’ Cell Phone Location Data

By Jessica Corbett After a series of news reports that have alarmed civil liberties advocates and progressive lawmakers, the ACLU sued on Wednesday to find out how and why federal agencies are buying access to bulk databases of Americans’ cell phone location information and effectively bypassing the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirement. “We’re suing to bring…

DOJ Sues Facebook For Discriminating Against US Workers, Reserving Jobs For H1-B Workers

The bad blood between president Trump and Facebook spilled over on Thursday afternoon, when the Trump administration sued Facebook, accusing it of illegally reserving high-paying jobs for immigrant workers it was sponsoring for permanent residence, rather than searching for available US residents who could fill the positions. While not directly an attack on Facebook’s Section…

San Diego Wants To Use Military Grade Drones To Catch Speeders

By MassPrivateI The Voice of San Diego recently revealed how the city of San Diego secretly considered using military grade drones to spy on motorists.  According to the article, San Diego officials secretly kicked around the possibility of using General Atomics’ “SkyGuardian” drones to ID and track speeding vehicles. Records obtained by Voice of San…

Hong Kong Opposition Leader Seeks Asylum In UK As Dissident Publisher Jimmy Lai Denied Bail

The CCP’s destruction of the pro-democracy movement is nearly complete. And that crackdown on Hong Kong’s democratic freedoms – well, former democratic freedoms – continued Thursday as publisher Jimmy Lai was denied bail on fraud charges and so will be imprisoned until his trial, while a former opposition lawmaker moves to seek asylum in Britain….

Britain OKs Vaccine – UN Climate Agency Corruption? – Cuomo Wins Emmy – New World Next Week

December 3, 2020 By The Corbett Report Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Britain OKs Pfizer Vaccine and Will Begin Shots Within Days Story #2: UN Climate Agency…

Southwest Warns Another 7,000 Workers About Potential Layoffs After Missing Cost-Cut Targets

As the global revival of air-travel traffic continues (much to the consternation of public health authorities in the US) Southwest just warned that 13% of its workers could face possible layoffs. It also sent furlough warnings to 6,828 employees.  The latest warning applies to flight attendants and pilots, and comes as Boeing 737 MAX 8…

Cops Knock on Innocent Family’s Door, Murder Dad When He Answers – Taxpayers Hit for $3M

By Matt Agorist Phoenix, AZ — Ryan Whitaker, 40, and father of two, had committed no crime, had harmed no one and was merely answering his door when Phoenix police officer Jeff Cooke dumped three rounds into him — killing him in cold blood. The shooting took place in May, and the officers involved have…

Oil Prices Drop After OPEC+ Reaches Deal, Will Boost Output In January

Update (1155ET): OPEC+ has finally reached a deal on a small hike of 0.5MM barrels/day in January, along with a monthly review of global market conditions and whether adjustments must be made, sending oil prices sliding as investors are forced to revise their supply forecasts. As the factious talks dragged on without a deal, the…

Tequila Bar In England Registers To Become A Church So It Can Re-Open

By Tyler Durden It was just a couple days ago we wrote about one Staten Island bar finding a “creative” solution to the government shutdown by declaring itself an autonomous zone. Now, another bar in England is following suit with another “creative” solution: registering itself as a church. 400 Rabbits Tequila and Mezcal Cocktail Bar in…

GA Runoff Republican Vote Boycott – Is Lin Wood A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing?

Georgia-based attorney Lin Wood could be a wolf in sheep’s clothing, according to a recent Breitbart story. And his recent rallying cry against voting in the upcoming January Senate runoff in his home state could be a ploy by Democrats to stop Republicans from voting in one the most important Senate races in modern political history. Sara Carter, of…

Beverly Hills and Louisville Revolt Against Dining Bans as Lockdown Defiance Spreads Across America

By Jon Miltimore When Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced a week before Thanksgiving he was closing all indoor service for restaurants and bars because of rising COVID-19 case numbers, Richard Hayhoe had a simple message for his customers. “Come hungry, come inside,” said Hayhoe, the owner of Beans Cafe and Bakery in Dry Ridge, a…

Euro Surges To 18 Month High Amid Speculation ECB Is “Out Of Policy Tools”

While many have focused on the ongoing collapse of the dollar, a big reason for the persistent weakness in the greenback, which is now below the Nov 9 “Pfizer vaccine” level… … is the grind higher in the EURUSD which this morning hit 1.2168, the highest since April 2019, and a level well above the…

LA County Mayor Says Not Wearing A Mask Is “Act Of Domestic Terrorism”

By Tyler Durden A Los Angeles County public official was quoted by the Los Angeles Daily News as saying those who defy the public health order to wear a mask in public in response to the virus pandemic are guilty of an “act of domestic terrorism.” “If it were up to me, anybody not wearing a mask…

Mauldin: This Was All Predicted 10 Years Ago

Authored by John Mauldin via MauldinEconomics.com, In 2010, the scientific journal Nature published a collection of opinions looking ahead 10 years, i.e., where we are right now. Nature then published a short response from zoologist Peter Turchin in its February 2010 issue. Quantitative historical analysis reveals that complex human societies are affected by recurrent — and predictable — waves of political instability…