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Smart meters and driverless cars mean more government spying on us

Before Snowden’s revelations about the NSA, I supported smart meters that feed data back to the utility in order to better monitor and allocate power. My views have changed. The utilities share data with the government. Some smart meters have the ability to turn off or regulate your appliances. Sorry, but that’s just too much […]

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Lockbox. Genuinely secure file encryption and sharing

Chris Tell, a founder of Lockbox explains how their client side encryption is genuinely secure and thanks our intrusive government and “spineless” Silicon Valley companies for allowing him to get richer. Lockbox is different from Dropbox and other cloud storage sites because the encryption is done on the client side. Users create the encryption keys on their […]

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NSA push for Orwellian state echoes pre-WWII pro-Nazi US financiers

The NSA wanting 24/7 surveillance on citizens is little different from Wall Street financiers in the 1930′s who financed the Nazi Party. The goals are the same; the fusion of business and government for control and profit. A few on the top benefit mightily. Everyone else is a serf. Control needs to be absolute. Outside threats are […]

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Secure online access with Onion Pi for $95 – avoid surveillance

              Create a highly portable, wireless access point with Onion Pi. It encrypts all all your net access then sends it through secure Tor servers. It costs $95 and requires a bit of geekery to configure it. Tor is from EFF. Their free Tor browser covers your tracks by […]

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