Tag: Technology

Coronavirus, EMF and the 5G Connection

Those who have researched the effects of EMF radiation have been accused of ‘fear mongering’ in anticipation for the mass introduction of 5G technologies.

As public debate over 5G reaches new heights during the COVID-19 ‘crisis’, many remain unaware that ‘consensus’ research on the topic is industry-funded and attempts to censor peer-reviewed scientific literature about health risks of wireless radiation remain a reality.

Does a correlation exist between exposure to EMF frequencies and compromised immune systems? What is the link between 5G rollouts and countries most impacted by COVID-19?

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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.

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.

Smart Home Technology: Thought Police in the 21st Century

From smart meters to smart phones, the world has seen increased development of new technologies over the last decade, allowing companies the ability to slowly become major actors in the world of law enforcement and national security.

As the world enters what technology experts are calling the “fourth industrial revolution”, we explore growing evidence suggesting that smart home technology was designed to be a surveillance intermediary for police and intelligence organisations.