Internet

More Concerns and Details about How the Internet of Bodies (IoB) Will Literally Connect You to the Internet

By B.N. Frank Privacy and security experts have been warning about Internet of Things (IoT) technology for many years and continue to do so (see 1, 2, 3, 4).  Internet of Bodies (IoB) technology falls under the IoT umbrella and it is currently unregulated. For those who aren’t familiar with what IoT entails, an excellent…

Leaked Docs Reveal How China's 'Army Of Paid Internet Trolls' Helped Censor COVID-19

Authored by Raymond Zhong, Paul Mozur and Aaron Krolik, The New York Times, and Jeff Kao via ProPublica (emphasis ours) In the early hours of Feb. 7, China’s powerful internet censors experienced an unfamiliar and deeply unsettling sensation. They felt they were losing control. The news was spreading quickly that Li Wenliang, a doctor who…

WEF Great Reset: Move Over IoT, Now It’s “Internet Of Bodies”

The slippery slope of Technocracy first introduced the “Internet of Things”, which was quickly upgraded to “Internet of Everything”. Now we rather blatantly have the “Internet of Bodies”: connecting, collecting, controlling. Did Klaus Schwab binge-watch too many episodes of Star Trek featuring the Borg? ⁃ Technocracy News & Trends Editor Patrick Wood Posted By: Xiao…

The Internet Is For Porn

Via The Margins substack, This post is written by a friend of Margins, who happens to be a product executive at a public tech company. He wrote this initially in September 2020, but we were hesitant to publish it anonymously. Nevertheless, our friend turned out to be very insightful and we thought it’d be a…

FCC Gives $9.2B for Rural 5G, Some for Controversial Satellites, Even Though Taxpayers Already Paid for Safe High Speed Internet

By B.N. Frank High speed internet is safer and more secure with a wired internet connection (see 1, 2). According to a lawsuit and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman, all Americans have already paid to have this where they live (see 1, 2, 3, 4). Regardless, the FCC is giving telecoms billions more to…

Today: Tell Congress Not To Bankrupt Internet Users

By Katharine Trendacosta and Jason Kelley We are at a critical juncture in the world of copyright claims. The “Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act”—the CASE Act—is apparently being considered for inclusion in next week’s spending bill. That is “must pass” legislation—in other words, legislation that is vital to the function of the government and…

Law Review Addresses Legal and Social Challenges of “Internet of Bodies” and “Internet of Things”

By B.N. Frank Experts have warned for years about serious privacy and security risks associated with Internet of Things (IoT) technology (see 1, 2). Reports about medical implants and utility “Smart” Meters being extremely vulnerable are beyond scary. Experts have also warned about the serious privacy, security, and social implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications…

“Shredding The Fabric Of Our Democracy”: Biden Aide Signals Push For Greater Internet Censorship

Authored by Jonathan Turley, We have been discussing the calls for top Democrats for increased private censorship on social media and the Internet.  President-elect Joe Biden has himself called for such censorship, including blocking President Donald Trump’s criticism of mail-in voting. Now, shortly after the election, one of Biden’s top aides is ramping up calls for a…

Bill Gates-Funded ‘Child Labor Is Good’ Article Triggers Internet Outrage 

While the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has routinely strived to support people in extreme poverty by improving their health and economic mobility through various programs, the foundation may have gone off the deep end by bizarrely sponsoring an article that promotes child labor.  The article in question was published in The Guardian’s “Global Development”…

Information War? Internet Archive To Rewrite History With Alerts For ‘Fact-Checked’ Sites

Authored by Aaron Kesel via Activist Post, According to an Archive.org blog post, you will now know if a page was pulled down or received an alert over what “fact-checkers” consider “misinformation.” This also includes “dead” web pages that were archived. The Internet Archive has started adding fact checks and context to Wayback Machine pages to explain just…

Information War? Internet Archive To Rewrite History With Alerts for Sites That Have Been Fact Checked

By Aaron Kesel According to an Archive.org blog post, you will now know if a page was pulled down or received an alert over what “fact-checkers” consider “misinformation.” This also includes “dead” web pages that were archived. The Internet Archive has started adding fact checks and context to Wayback Machine pages to explain just why…

FCC Gives $8B for Rural 5G Broadband Even Though Taxpayers Have Already Paid Billions to Have Safe High Speed Internet

By B.N. Frank According to a lawsuit and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman, all Americans have already paid to have high-speed internet where they live (see 1, 2, 3, 4). Regardless, the FCC is giving telecoms $8B more to install 5G in rural areas even though it is NOT safe or necessary for high-speed…