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Australia is developing ‘smart city’ infrastructure

The government has announced new mechanisms to monitor and control society with technology.

Foreign investments in domestic water entitlements

Over 10 per cent of water entitlements in Australia are currently owned by foreigners.

Google’s $1.5 billion research center to “solve death”

Google has been developing what is perhaps the company’s most ambitious project to date.

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Lima Declaration: How the UN ended Australian sovereignty

The deal that unlocked the gates of the First World.

The foreign takeover of Australian gas and electricity

The majority of Australian resources are now owned by foreign corporations.

Revealed: The Australian companies manipulating our weather

Over five decades of weather manipulation in Australia.

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Council backs residents against Telstra installations

Sutherland Shire Council is making a last-ditch effort to stop Telstra mobile phone installations going ahead at Lilli Pilli, Kareela and Engadine.

A council meeting held earlier this week approved an appeal against Telstra mounting ‘small cell’ installations on community infrastructure.

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Top reasons to question ‘climate change’ | Opinion

Australians continue to be subjected to an onslaught of programming surrounding the ‘scientific consensus’ of anthropogenic climate change.

In the following piece, we ask the question: Is the evidence really “settled” on the subject?

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New legal advice exposes fluoridation programs

Australian councils do not have legal approval to add fluoride to community water supplies, according to advice from a prominent lawyer.

In a 43-page recommendation to Port Macquarie Council, Tim Robertson SC has exposed a federal loophole that calls into question fluoridation programs across the country.

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Facial recognition set for Sydney transport network

The New South Wales government has revealed plans to roll out facial recognition technology across the public transport network as an alternative to Opal cards.

The announcement follows similar moves in Queensland, where the same company responsible for ‘tap-and-go’ technology is incorporating biometric identification into train and bus systems.

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Are AI concerns overblown? | FFT

One of the biggest trends coming out of the ‘AI phenomenon’ is a pattern of domesday fearmongering and hysteria describing advanced technology that ‘threatens the very survival of mankind’.

But is the threat of an advanced race of intelligent robots really as soon around the corner as we think? Or is this all designed to push another agenda behind the scenes?

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Telstra formally warned over 5G expansion

Telstra has been hit with a formal warning by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for failing to comply with regulations governing the deployment of mobile base stations.

The investigation comes as Telstra ignores growing concerns by Australian residents regarding the technology, while they continue ramping up efforts to capitalise on the next generation rollout.

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Tech companies develop ‘mind reading’ projects

A technocratic dream of advanced devices that let humans read thoughts and communicate with each other through brainwaves is moving closer towards reality.

Leading technology companies from across the world, including Facebook and Elon Musk’s Neuralink, are funding new research that “aims to merge the human brain with a computer”.

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Discussion: Digital media, corruption, Iran tensions

An ongoing campaign to restrict online information is gaining momentum in Australia, with new reports set to focus on social media and the “implications on supply of journalistic content”.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox & Andy from Real News Australia discuss digital media, new ACCC reports, political conflict of interest, fluoride legalities, the war machine and more.

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Former Optus Director appointed Minister of Communications

The Australian government has appointed Paul Fletcher, a former Optus Director, as the new Communications Minister — responsible for advising cabinet and regulating projects from 5G to ‘smart cities’.

Telecommunications giants have welcomed the new announcement, while many critics are calling the appointment a fundamental conflict of interest after a long history of involvement in the industry.

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Member Circle: Development | June 2019

Knowledge of natural and engineered environments, and how people live in the world, is critical to all three purposes of genuine educational development - critical thinking, creativity and interpersonal skills.

Why then, does the structural system of schooling operate in a fundamentally opposite fashion? Why are schools established to intentionally hinder these key developmental factors in children?

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