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How 5G will change how we use our phones

5G is coming and everyone needs to be ready. In fact majority of electronic companies have been ready for a number of years. Mobile phone manufacturers making sure their latest handsets can handle the technology. Internet Service Providers making sure they can provide the technology at the cheapest cost. Similarly, …

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YouTube delete Ron Paul channel…big brother internet is here!!

Google property YouTube has closed down a popular Ron Paul channel after “multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement,” most notably establishment media tool CNBC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G31EK5NUC9Y Most of the videos scrubbed from YouTube were not CNBC property. The effort to reduce Ron Paul’s presence on YouTube follows the deliberate under-coverage of …

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How Important Is Local SEO for Online Business Marketing?

Local SEO Online Business Marketing

Having some kind of online marketing campaign is critical. Without one, your business will have zero visibility and you will struggle to engage with a discerning online audience. Local SEO is a big part of online marketing, especially for smaller businesses, but as with most things in SEO, the goal …

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Types of Digital Marketing

Everything these days is now happening on a digital platform. That is why there is the need to continuously educate people about digital marketing and why it is important. As we all know that the world is rapidly moving towards a paperless general, where everything that we need will be …

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YouTube deletes Stefan Molyneux´s liberty minded channel

Stefan Molyneux

It appears as though Google run YouTube is targeting popular channels that promote freedom and liberty by deleting them and all their content off it´s servers. Less than a month ago Mark Dice’s Youtube channel was deleted without explanation, Stefan Molyneux’s freedom-minded channel (FreeDomain Radio) has just now been removed from …

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Former CIA director David Petraeus at Bilderberg to create global spy grid

David Petraeus

Former CIA Director David Petraeus is in attendance at the 2013 Bilderberg Group conference to help construct the “big data” spy grid, which is set to become the new frontier of clandestine statecraft as Internet connectivity becomes ubiquitous. Bilderberg’s official agenda for 2013 lists one of the areas of discussion as, “How …

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BitTorrent site isoHunt shutdown, forced to pay $110 million

isoHunt

After more than a decade of facilitating a search of BitTorrent files and eluding copyright enforcers, isoHunt has agreed to shut down all of its international operations and pay the entertainment industry US$110 million. Canadian Gary Fung, the site’s founder and operator, has ended his long legal battle with the …

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These companies are hinting at a global recession

Recession recovery

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Despite the mainstream media running headlines like “Nowhere to go but up“, the numbers coming out on the health of the economy tell a different story. To be sure, there are some companies doing well at the moment; the media has a field day parading around …

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BRICS countries building new internet to avoid NSA spying

BRICS internet

BRICS countries are close to completing a brand new Internet backbone that would bypass the United States entirely and thereby protect both governments and citizens from NSA spying. In light of revelations that the National Security Agency hacked German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s phone, in addition to recording information about 124 …

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New York Stock Exchange halts trading

NYSE New York Stock Exchange halts trading shut down

The New York Stock Exchange had to shut down trading abruptly shortly before noon Wednesday over what officials said was a technical malfunction that froze computers on the market’s fabled trading floor. One of the world’s biggest stock exchanges had seen shares trending down throughout the morning because of economic …

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Mass protests planned over web NSA spying revelations

restore-the-fourth

Some of the web’s biggest names have backed mass protests over internet surveillance carried out by the US National Security Agency (NSA). The Restore the Fourth movement – referring to the US constitution’s fourth amendment – said it wants to end “unconstitutional surveillance”. Reddit, Mozilla and WordPress are among the …

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Avast! UK High Court orders The Pirate Bay blocked

In a battle over copyright law, the UK High Court has ruled that popular file-sharing website The Pirate Bay must be blocked by British Internet service providers. “Sites like The Pirate Bay destroy jobs in the UK and undermine investment in new British artists,” the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) said …

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Why You Should Care About Your Private Data

Seemingly every day on the internet, there’s another bad news story or scandal about data privacy. Sometimes it’s a major retail store losing the details of its customers. Sometimes, a social media giant is exposed as having yet another flaw in its security and data protection measures. On other occasions, …

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MIT can extract audio from a silent video using vibrations

MIT record sound

MIT researchers have developed new technology that can record conversations via the miniscule vibrations that sound waves create in inanimate objects, paving the way for yet more invasive forms of surveillance. Lead author Abe Davis and his team demonstrated that movements in objects like chip packets or pot plants could …

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Pirate Bay co-founder plans surveillance-free messaging app

Texting message sms

The co-founder and former spokesperson of the file-sharing site Pirate Bay Peter Sunde is working on a new iPhone and Android messaging application that will allow the users to protect their conversations from spying. The application called Hemlis – ‘secret’ in Swedish – utilizes end-to-end encryption to make sure that …

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8 signs the system is broken

Here are a few interesting tidbits to chew on: 1) In the land of the free, there are now more than 760 incarcerated inmates for every 100,000 citizens. This is more than 5x the 1980 average, and it far surpasses the number (560 per 100,000) that Stalin threw in the Gulag …

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FCC launching huge internet tax

FCC internet tax money

Get ready for another transfer of wealth via government confiscation. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is ready to tax internet service in order to fund its Connect America Fund boondoggle. As is usually the case in corporatist nations – Mussolini told us corporatism is the essence of fascism – mega-corporations …

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