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Facial recognition set for Sydney transport network

The New South Wales government has revealed plans to introduce new biometric systems.

Australia is building ‘smart city’ infrastructure

The Australian government is initiating a new plan to “transform our cities and regional locations”.

Australia’s move towards a cashless society

New reports reveal the shift to a digital economy is accelerating.

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New South Wales region set for RoundUp spraying

The campaign is part of "effective weed management" in the region.

Revealed: 5G tower locations across Australia | Exclusive

5G locations obtained from AMTA data and confirmed with RFNSA.

Fall of Australia: An overview of ‘anti-terrorism’ legislation

An in-depth look at all three draconian laws.

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Bushfire donations: Where is the money?

Hundreds of millions of dollars have been donated from around the world to Australian bushfire victims, but those impacted are still yet to see any of the funds.

The $50 million campaign raised by Celeste Barber is set to face ongoing ‘legal hurdles’, while Australian charities have announced they will be keeping most of the funds for themselves.

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What do you want to see from the site? | FFT

Over the past 12 months, TOTT News has experienced significant growth largely in part to the ongoing contributions of wonderful members all over the world.

In the following, we open up the discussion and ask for Supporter Member and Full Member feedback on what YOU would like to see on the website moving forward.

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Discussion: Bushfire recap, future predictions

As Australia begins to experience some relief amidst bushfires, the focus now shifts to examining the rebuild and policies that will follow this national event.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News joins General Maddox and Andy Somes from Real News Australia to discuss the bushfire timeline, misinformation and propaganda, The CLARA Plan, Agenda 2030 and more!

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The End of Private Vehicle Ownership

While many people imagine the convenience and accessibility that self-driving cars will offer in the near future, we forget that like many luxuries, this will come at the cost of privacy and freedom.

The tech elite are attempting to transform the automobile from a symbol of freedom into yet another surveillance node in their control system, Ethan Nash argues.

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Supermarkets to be ‘checkout free’ by 2030

Australian supermarkets will become ‘checkout free’ within 10 years, according to a Coles executive.

New technologies, driven by automation and artificial intelligence, are beginning to transform the Australian shopping landscape and this shift is only predicted to increase by 2030.

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Vodafone and Nokia to deploy 5G network

A new partnership between Vodafone and Nokia will fast track Vodafone’s rollout of 5G throughout Australia over the next 12 months.

The two groups join national plans to deploy functional 5G technologies across the country in 2020 by the government and telecommunications companies.

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Australia on Fire: The Beginning of Agenda 2030

The Agenda 2030 plan has begun in Australia.

In the following video, we examine the ongoing effects of the Australian bushfire ‘crisis’, including eye witness accounts on the ground, defence force deployment, resource scarcity, media propaganda and calls for greater control of private land ownership.

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Discussion: The Dark Side of Disney and Hollywood

Of all Disney’s secrets, none is perhaps as dark and troubling as the growing number of active pedophiles in and around the ‘Magic Kingdom’.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, General Maddox and Andy Somes from Real News Australia discuss new research by independent journalists that once again blows the lid on criminal activities at Disney, Hollywood corruption and more.

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Smart meters to receive $2.7 million subsidy

The Australian government will provide $2.7 million to subsidise new advanced smart meters for households, businesses and schools in a trial to monitor energy use.

The $8 million project will be lead by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency and will allow the provider access to household data in order to tap in and reduce personal off-peak consumption.

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2019: A Year in Review | TOTT News

For too long, press outlets and the established class have pulled the wool over the eyes of the Australian public, but in an era of advancing technologies, their grip on constructed reality is slipping with each passing year.

As we wrap up the biggest year for TOTT News since beginning publishing, take the time to reflect on some of the best content on our website throughout 2019.

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