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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: a science startup that will pursue ‘solutions for aging’ with the intended goal of “solving death”.

Calico, a company directed by futurists to explore the concept of “singularity”, has partnered with pharmaceutical giants to research and trial new market drugs that target aging and development.

What is this new audacious project? Who is behind it?

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Classroom app ranks students on ‘set behaviours’

A new classroom application that ranks students based on behaviours, allowing teachers to “automate the task of recording classroom conduct” by monitoring and storing data, is raising concerns in Australia.

The program, ClassDojo, has now spread to over 25% of classrooms across the country and is set to expand with continued growth of the educational software market – estimated to be worth almost $8 billion.

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The Influence of Big Pharma in Australia

Pharmaceutical giants continue to influence Australia politics, media and regulatory industries, to promote an agenda of consumption over healing, disinformation over informed discussion and manipulation over security of their products.

Big Pharma’s footprint in Australia is undeniable, from documented statistics and policies, lobbying and bribery, national systems to monitor customer behaviour and the destruction of the natural medicines industry.

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Surveillance technology coming to all new vehicles

Controversial ‘driver assistance technology’, including black-box data recorders, which monitor everything from a vehicle’s speed to ‘driver condition’, could become mandatory for all new cars in Europe after an approval from the EU.

Experts have warned that international ‘standard approvals’ will force Australian companies to import most new model cars with the same surveillance technology installed.

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Member Circle: Big Brother is Watching | February 2019

A new path is emerging; dictated by a digital biometric system that will restrict movements, change behaviours and alter associations. What is this system and where is it leading across the world?

On the latest Member Circle Podcast, we discuss mass surveillance across the world, including the history of identification, 9/11 and the expansion of ‘safety and security’ propaganda, links between China’s system and plans in Australia, government arguments, and the positives this all holds for the awake and prepared.

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China’s ‘Social Credit System’ may soon reach Australia

China has been developing what some are describing as a chilling digital dictatorship, with a new national system that monitors all citizens on a 24/7 basis and ranks them on their behaviour set to be fully operational by 2020.

Could Australia be incrementally setting up a blueprint for a similar system here in the future? In the following subscription piece, we explore the latest developments in digital surveillance from both countries.

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Australia: The Biometric Dystopia Cometh

The world is changing at an unprecedented rate. Advancements in technological capabilities and systems have developed to a point where most of the modern world has become highly dependent on digital governing systems for sustainability and functions.

In the following membership piece, we take a look at the rise of a new age technological dystopia, including the history and development of biometrics and biometric technology, monitoring characteristics, the modern digital era in Australia and the rise of China’s ‘Social Credit System’.

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Australian airports begin facial recognition rollout

Perth Airport has become Australia’s second international airport to begin installing new facial recognition smart gates, following an initial pilot trial introduced at Canberra Airport last year.

The Australian government has stated their intended goal is to automate 90% of air traveler processing by 2020, and is on track to replace passports with biometric capabilities after signing new contracts with technology vendors for a national rollout.

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Documents: Australian Government as a privately owned company

It is a question that has been asked for many years now: Is the current Australian Government a legitimate entity of authority in society? Or is it simply a private corporation masquerading as one?

The following is an archive of over 100 pages of documents relating to registration with the SEC of the Australian Government as a privately owned American company.

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Independent political parties to get behind in 2019

Australians have given up on government, business, the media and other formal institutions as leaders of society, and are looking for alternative options to the current political oligarchy in Canberra.

As the 2019 Federal Election approaches, we take a look at some of the few independent political parties that are hoping to shake the political circus up in a big way this year.

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