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  1. Experts: New Computers Can Delete Thoughts Without Your Knowledge Ian Johnston April 26, 2017 Wikipedia Commons "Neurotech scientists are rapidly mapping the brain and discovering new ways of controlling your thoughts and memories. Remember, Technocrats push the envelope because they can, without caring one whit about the collateral damage to humanity. ⁃ TN Editor “Thou canst not touch the freedom of my mind,” wrote the playwright John Milton in 1634. But, nearly 400 years later, technological advances in machines that can read our thoughts mean the privacy of our brain is under threat. Now two biomedical ethicists are calling for the creation of new human rights laws to ensure people are protected, including “the right to cognitive liberty” and “the right to mental integrity”. Scientists have already developed devices capable of telling whether people are politically right-wing or left-wing. In one experiment, researchers were able to read people’s minds to tell with 70 per cent accuracy whether they planned to add or subtract two numbers. Facebook also recently revealed it had been secretly working on technology to read people’s minds so they could type by just thinking. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/facebook-mind-reading-brain-technology-building-8-regina-dugan-pentagon-a7692481.html And medical researchers have managed to connect part of a paralysed man’s brain to a computer to allow him to stimulate muscles in his arm so he could move it and feed himself. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/paralysed-man-moves-arm-for-first-time-in-years-using-brain-implant-that-can-read-his-thoughts-a7654761.html The ethicists, writing in a paper in the journal Life Sciences, Society and Policy, stressed the “unprecedented opportunities” that would result from the “ubiquitous distribution of cheaper, scalable and easy-to-use neuro-applications” that would make neurotechnology “intricately embedded in our everyday life”. https://lsspjournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40504-017-0050-1 However, such devices are open to abuse on a frightening degree, as the academics made clear. They warned that “malicious brain-hacking” and “hazardous uses of medical neurotechnology” could require a redefinition of the idea of mental integrity. “We suggest that in response to emerging neurotechnology possibilities, the right to mental integrity should not exclusively guarantee protection from mental illness or traumatic injury but also from unauthorised intrusions into a person’s mental wellbeing performed through the use of neurotechnology, especially if such intrusions result in physical or mental harm to the neurotechnology user,” the ethicists wrote. “The right to mental privacy is a neuro-specific privacy right which protects private or sensitive information in a person’s mind from unauthorised collection, storage, use, or even deletion in digital form or otherwise.” And they warned that the techniques were so sophisticated that people’s minds might be being read or interfered with without their knowledge. “Illicit intrusions into a person’s mental privacy may not necessarily involve coercion, as they could be performed under the threshold of a persons’ conscious experience,” they wrote in the paper." http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/delete-thoughts-read-your-mind-without-your-knowledge-neurotechnology-new-human-rights-laws-a7701661.html edited title and tags to include DNA and quantum technology
  2. From our entity on 4/5/08 putin missing after 15 may many worry poeple do crazy things http://chani.invisionzone.com/topic/5307-me-tel-u-now-15-may-in-4-parts-part-1-without-trolls-and-repetitive-verse/ Putin was "missing" at the beginning of July 2016, it was said he hadn't been seen since July 1st, cancelling speeches, etc. this reported on July 6, 2016. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/where-vladimir-putin-russian-president-not-seen-public-all-month-string-cancelled-meetings-a7123651.html Strange coincidence = the release date (no I'm not saying there is any connection, just that it's odd considering the entity's comments re: Putin/people do crazy things and the date July 6, 2016 pointing to both.) Pokemon Go Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic and published by The Pokémon Company. It was released in July 2016 for iOS and Android devices. Wikipedia Initial release date: July 6, 2016 Developer: Niantic, Inc. Series: Pokémon Publisher: The Pokémon Company Genre: Augmented reality Platforms: Android, iOS POKEMON GO PRIVACY POLICY 7/1/16 https://www.nianticlabs.com/privacy/pokemongo/en/ many worry poeple do crazy things I heard mention of "Pokemon Go" once or twice, but did not start really giving it thought, for a few days, until I started hearing about the craziness involved with it. Then all of a sudden, it started to hit me, that there is something very sinister about a game that causes rational people to put themselves in harm's way, just to play a game. I recalled a riot in London a few years back, when after the fact, those involved in the serious rioting did not know why they had done so. It was a spontaneous thing, with no rhyme or reason. One thing they all had in common, was their cell phones. We have done some talking about vibrations, frequencies, and how the human mind can be affected by such things. Mind Control, in other words. This post is just a way of bringing attention to this situation, and just how serious it could really be. I admit I have taken some links from elsewhere in order to make my point. Transpicuous News for one. Lisa hit this just as the seriousness of it started to hit me. Bear with me, as this will most likely be lengthy. Parents, IF your kids are playing this game, be wary. A dead body, armed robbers, & traffic chaos: The dark side to Pokémon Go from the article "The geo-cached iPhone and Android app uses your location to track where you are and leads you on a reality game treasure hunt in which you have to physically move to find and capture Pokémon monsters." <<this fact should get you alert $8 billion to Nintendo, after only 5 days!! Only available in US, NZ, and Australia at this time. heaped praise for getting people out of the house and meeting others, uh huh lap it up a way to get thousands of people in one location all at the same time! Rightio then, no worries there, right? All people who agreed to be tracked in every way, exposing their whole lives, in order to play this "game". https://www.rt.com/viral/350722-pokemon-go-game-accidents/ 2 California men fall off edge of ocean bluff while playing 'Pokemon Go' 7/14/16 They actually had to cut a hole in the chain link fence in order to gain access to that cliff they then fell from. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-pokemon-go-players-stabbed-fall-off-cliff-20160714-snap-story.html Pokemon ‘invade’ Israeli president’s office, IDF hunts Nintendo creatures 7/14/16 "Pokemon Go mania has spread to the Israeli armed forces and even the office of the president, with Reuven Ruvi Rivlin’s photo revealing how one of the creatures ‘invaded’ his office." snip https://www.rt.com/viral/350960-pokemon-israel-president-idf/ Now it may be just me, but does anyone see a possible problem with any of this? Pokemon Go players go mad as rare Pokemon appears in park (in Washington, DC) 7/15/16 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/15/pokemon-go-players-go-mad-as-rare-pokemon-appears-in-park/ Pokemon Go Players Have Now Found A Third Dead Body 7/16/16 http://womanista.com/2016/07/16/pokemon-go-players-now-found-a-third-dead-body/ WATCH: Pokemon Appearance Sparks Stampede in Central Park 7/16/16 http://womanista.com/2016/07/16/watch-pokemon-appearance-sparks-stampede-in-central-park/ Pokemon Go down: Hacking group claims responsibility for bringing down game's servers 'with DDOS attack' 7/16/16 Can you imagine?? Considering all the above? http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/gaming/pokemon-go-down-servers-ddos-attack-hackers-poodlecorp-game-unavailable-a7140811.html The CIA’s ‘Pokémon Go’ App is Doing What the Patriot Act Can’t 7/13/16 "Privacy advocates (that’s establishment speak for “normal human beings”) celebrated earlier this week as the House rejected yet another attempt to expand the Patriot Act’s snooping provisions. House Resolution 5606, better known by its Orwellian name, the “Anti-terrorism Information Sharing is Strength Act,” would have allowed Big Brother to access Americans’ financial information based on what the government deems to be “suspicious activity.” Given that the DHS has labeled such things as using binoculars, paying with cash, or even “appearing normal” as “possible terrorist activity” in the past (thus making pretty much every human being a possible terrorist), everyone can breathe a sigh of relief that the bill failed. But don’t breathe that sigh too deeply, because exactly as that threat to privacy was being extinguished, another one was rising to take its place. It goes by the name of “Pokémon Go” and it is a so-called “augmented reality” game that allows users to capture, train and battle virtual Pokémon by chasing them around through real world environments with your smart phone." snip https://www.corbettreport.com/the-cias-pokemon-go-app-is-doing-what-the-patriot-act-cant/ Pokemon Go (Geospatial Intelligence Gathering) 7/11/16 "Pokemon Go is now out for iOS and Android, and was released 7/7/16. It was created by Niantic, Inc., which was founded by the Keyhole, Inc. founder John Hanke. Keyhole Inc. was funded by Sony & Nvidia, along with a nice chunk of money coming from the CIA's venture capital firm In-Q-Tel, with In-Q-Tel receiving the majority of funding from the National Geospatial Agency. The NGA was formerly known as NIMA, the National Imaging and Mapping Agency, until 2003. The NGA's primary focus is mapping Geospatial Intelligence, or GEOINT. Geospatial Intelligence is intelligence about human activity on earth derived from the exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information that describes, assesses, and visually depicts physical features and geographical referenced activities on the Earth.<<sounds a little like "Jade Helm" too. I checked out the NGA.mil website, the main page had an ad for what looked to be some type of Holo-Lens over a girl's face, advertising their magazine they publish. I'm sure they publish that for all their employees, not for general public to know (although it's free to read on their site, just not a popular publication since only NGA probably knows about it, and the few people that lurked onto the site accidentally). So Niantic/Pokemon Go is basically a front for Geospatial Intelligence gathering, just like the former Ingress from the same company (which wasn't as hugely popular as the Pokemon intellectual property, basically every 90's kid with a capable smart phone is out playing this)." snip https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/4sa0w6/pokemon_go_geospatial_intelligence_gathering/ National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Geospatial-Intelligence_Agency Oakland emails give another glimpse into the Google-Military-Surveillance Complex "On Google's Military-Industrial Complex, describes Google's acquisition of Keyhole Inc. & funding from In-Q-Tel" From the article itself snip "Regular Pando readers already know that Google makes its billions by spying on people for profit: it funnels as much of our online and digital activities through its own networks and compiles detailed dossiers on hundreds of millions of Internet users all over the globe. But what few people realize is that Google has also been using its wares to enhance and enrich the surveillance operations of the biggest and most powerful intelligence and DoD agencies in the world: NSA, FBI, CIA, DEA and NGA — the whole alphabet soup. snip https://pando.com/2014/03/07/the-google-military-surveillance-complex/ Here I was wondering why Google came to my mind in regards to this game, and why I thought about Google Glasses, now I know. Had any of you heard about this, because I hadn't Dennō Senshi Porygon ""Dennō Senshi Porygon" (でんのうせんしポリゴン Dennō Senshi Porigon?, translated as "Cyber Soldier Porygon", although more commonly "Electric Soldier Porygon") is the thirty-eighth episode of the Pokémon anime's first season. Its only broadcast was in Japan on December 16, 1997. In the episode, Ash and his friends find at the local Pokémon Center that there is something wrong with the Poké Ball transmitting device. To find out what is wrong, they must go inside the machine. The episode is infamous for certain repetitive visual effects which induced photosensitive epileptic seizures in a substantial number of Japanese viewers, an incident referred to as the "Pokémon Shock" (ポケモンショック Pokemon Shokku?) by the Japanese press. As a result of the seizures 685 viewers were taken to hospitals; 2 people remained hospitalized for more than two weeks. Due to this, the episode has not been rebroadcast worldwide. After the incident, the Pokémon anime went into a four-month hiatus, and it returned on TV Tokyo in April 16, 1998, thus making the episode perhaps the most controversial episode of the entire Pokémon series. Since then, the episode has been parodied and referenced in cultural media, including The Simpsons and South Park." snip https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denn%C5%8D_Senshi_Porygon My apology for the length of this post. Please, anyone playing this game, read the privacy policy. Watch your kids playing this. Think, think, think about all the implications when getting involved. They can tell you anything, make it sound like it's the best thing since ice cream, but it is not! It IS intelligence gathering, and mind control. When 7.5 million people in the US alone get involved within the first few days, it's a tad scary to me, especially considering they can get hundreds of people to converge on the same spot in a few minutes......I DO see a concern. They are also using monuments, parks, govt offices, etc., for the Pokemon's to appear. hmmmm, didn't our entity also mention a demonstration wherein a national monument would be destroyed? 5/23/08 "me cee america peopole very angry go damage monument there capitol ok" << many things going on here now, could cause this.......how about hundreds or thousands on a wild pokemon hunt? just a thought! http://chani.invisionzone.com/topic/5310-me-tel-u-now-15-may-part-2-without-trolls-and-repetitive-verse/ image used from Colbert report
  3. Privacy Is Not a Barrier to Trade June 4, 2015 By Margot E. Kaminski Sen.Elizabeth Warren tried to stop the Senate from approving "Fast Track" trade rules. Above, Warren speaks on May 12, 2015, in Washington. Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images. "On Wednesday, WikiLeaks released the draft text of the biggest international agreement you’ve probably never heard of: the Trade in Services Agreement, or TISA. And buried in one of the 12 leaked chapters (which are mostly on things like “air transport services” and “competitive delivery services”) is a volatile and crucial debate about online privacy and the global Internet. Free trade agreements now regulate the Internet, determining digital policies across borders and around the world. TISA in particular addresses digital privacy, a critical issue at home and abroad. Yet the negotiations are not being held in a normal venue for discussing human rights or even ordinary law. TISA, like other trade agreements, is negotiated through a byzantine, readily corruptible process known as “fast track,” which Congress is about to renew. It is unacceptable for a professed democracy to address issues of this magnitude without meaningful public accountability. Trade agreements used to focus on things like tariffs, but they aren’t just about trade anymore. They consist of hundreds of chapters of detailed regulations, on subjects ranging from textiles to intellectual property law. TISA purports to promote fair and open global competition in services, thus increasing jobs. (You may have also heard about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, another trade agreement currently being negotiated and criticized. This one’s even more mammoth.) TISA is being negotiatedbetween 23 countries representing some 75 percent of the global services market. Buried in its e-commerce annex are rules that will reshape the relationship between the free flow of information and online privacy." snip http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2015/06/trade_in_services_agreement_could_change_the_global_internet.html