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Google is going to include your face in its new ads

Google faces

Google (GOOG) is tinkering with the ever-delicate balance between selling advertisements and creeping its users out. On Friday the company said it would begin including recommendations that Google+ users make in advertisements. The new policy kicks in on Nov. 11. Here’s how it works: You use Google+ to rate some product or service. …

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FREEDOM!! Scots rally in mass for their independence

Thousands of supporters of Scottish independence have taken part in a pro-independence rally in the center of Edinburgh. People flocked to the capital from across Scotland for the rally. Local police estimated that up to 5,000 people gathered for The March and Rally for an Independent Scotland, which is not …

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Google fails to delete street view data

Google Inc. says “human error” prevented it from destroying all the private data its Street View vehicles collected in the UK, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Austria and Australia. In its letter to the UK privacy regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the search giant reported Friday …

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Expect a tidal wave entrance into gold – Gerald Celente

gold tidal wave Gerald Celente King World News

Today top trends forecaster Gerald Celente discussed gold at length, as well as other important trends with King World News.  Celente is the founder of Trends Research, and the man many consider to be the top trends forecaster in the world.  Celente predicted, “a tidal wave entrance into gold,” because “the entire …

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Top 50 safest global banks

Bank safe

For banking safely, global citizens had better go to the local government. And pretty much avoid the U.S. At least that seems to be the take away from Global Finance Magazine’s ranking of  the world’s safest banks.  The top 9 banks in the magazine’s World’s 50 Safest Banks list are …

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China, 20 others launch World Bank rival in Asia

China AIIB World Bank rival Asia

China has launched the $100 billion Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Australia, Indonesia and South Korea were absent following hidden pressure from Washington concerned about the new challenge to the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. The memorandum of understanding was signed on Friday in Beijing. The development bank was …

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Plasma tubes floating above the Earth confirmed to exist

Plasma Tubes Earth

Astronomers have for the first time captured visual evidence of the existence of tubular plasma structures in the inner layers of the magnetosphere surrounding the Earth. “For over 60 years, scientists believed these structures existed but by imaging them for the first time, we’ve provided visual evidence that they are …

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Are the Olympics worth the cost?

Olympic Games waste money

By Filip Karinja Making up the ‘B’ in the new BRICS trading block, Brazil is considered to be one of the world’s leading economies. Yet, in recent times, the South American nation has been plagued by political and economic turmoil. Now that the closing ceremony is over and the athletes have gone to …

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The false flag formula

false flag formula

In 2015, there were 385 terrorist incidents around the world according to Wikipedia. Of these, 94% were attributed to Muslim perpetrators or occurred in Muslim countries surrounding the world’s most resource-rich region. The geographic pattern behind these and previous attacks suggests that terrorism is more a function of the need to seize …

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Secret TPP agreement exposed by Wikileaks, 40% of global GDP

Wikileaks TPP

Details of a highly secretive, multi-national trade agreement long in works have been published by WikiLeaks, and critics say there will be major repercussions for much of the modern world if it’s approved in this incarnation. The anti-secrecy group published on Wednesday a 95-page excerpt taken from a recent draft of the …

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Americans warned bank ‘bail-ins’ coming

Experts say institutions will grab deposits without warning With the United States facing a $17 trillion debt and an acidic debate in Washington over raising that debt limit on top of a potential government shutdown, Congress could mimic recent European action to let banks initiate a “bail-in” to blunt future …

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Fintech Boom in the United Kingdom Despite Brexit Worries

The ravages of a Brexit have failed to dissuade investors from plowing money into the UK’s burgeoning FinTech sector. Foreign investment levels in the United Kingdom’s FinTech arena are soaring, in spite of the exodus of European Union migrant workers, and lower levels of net migration into the UK. British …

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Just How Popular Is Bitcoin in Japan?

After months of heated debate, the Japanese government finally recognised Bitcoin as a legitimate payment method earlier this year on April 1. For a long time following the fall of the Bitcoin exchange service Mt Gox, digital cryptocurrency was a hot topic. It all began in February 2016, when Japan’s …

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The 5 Most Common Surnames in the USA

Common surnames

A surname is considered a part of a person’s full legal name at birth. This name can be passed from both parents, or just one parent. The format for surnames is usually based on the customs of the region where they originate. However, the format can and usually changes over …

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CIA caught lying: leaked DNC emails came from whistleblower, not Russian hackers – Julian Assange

Julian Assange whistleblower DNC emails Russian hackers CIA

The DNC and Podesta emails published by WikiLeaks came from a “disgusted” whistleblower, not from hackers, the whistleblower site’s associate Craig Murray said, as US intelligence veterans question Washington’s version, which blames a Russian cyberattack. “Neither of [the leaks] came from the Russians,” Murray, a former British ambassador to Uzbekistan …

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Governments around the world are collapsing

Government collapse White House

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Last month’s Brexit vote stunned people around the world. But what happened in the aftermath was even more startling. Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron resigned after six years at the helm, followed by leader of the Brexit campaign, Boris Johnson, withdrawing from the race to become the next Prime Minister …

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Share wars: how the robots are robbing you

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The prevalence of computer-generated trading in the modern sharemarket has created an unpredictable, and sometimes dangerous, environment for investors. Robots don’t have to take over the world when they’ve got sharemarkets in their clutches already. Unlike a mere mortal trading, there isn’t even a broker between machine and, well, machine. …

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Murder is the foreign policy of the United States

United States foreign policy

Washington has a long history of massacring people, for example, the destruction of the Plains Indians by the Union war criminals Sherman and Sheridan and the atomic bombs dropped on Japanese civilian populations, but Washington has progressed from periodic massacres to full-time massacring. From the Clinton regime forward, massacre of …

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IMF set to include Chinese yuan into SDR currency basket

IMF meeting IMFC International Monetary Fund

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is set to meet in just over a week – on November 30 – to discuss what will almost certainly see the Chinese yuan added to the Special Drawing Rights (SDR) currency basket. IMF Chief Christine Lagarde has already …

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