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War on cash: Japan to introduce fingerprint currency

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The war on cash just got serious, and of course, it is the extreme policy experimenters of Japan that are pushing the boundaries. Having dived headlong into negative interest rates, Japanee policymakers recognize full well the historical reaction of “hording cash” will not ‘create’ the nirvana of 2% inflation and …

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NSA ready to launch Apple iPhone 5S

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The latest series of Apple’s iPhone will not only continue to cultivate numerous apps that track your location through GPS and transmit data directly back to corporations and government, but contain a fingerprint sensor that stores your fingerprint in order to purchase apps and unlock the phone for use. And …

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New Apple iPhone 5S commercial

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Introducing the new iPhone nSa, the best surveillance device to date. It aims to put your freedom… in the crosshairs. [youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSJqBJ1TF-E[/youtube]   SEE ALSO: NSA ready to launch Apple iPhone 5S

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WikiLeaks: Vault 7 reveals CIA hackers pose as Chinese and Russians

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The CIA can hide its own fingerprints from its hacking exploits and attribute blame to others, such as Russia and China, according to WikiLeaks’ Year Zero confidential data release. Every hacking technique leaves a “fingerprint” which, when collated, can be used to connect different attacks and tie them to the same culprit. …

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FBI launches $1 billion face recognition project

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Birthmarks, be damned: the FBI has officially started rolling out a state-of-the-art face recognition project that will assist in their effort to accumulate and archive information about each and every American at a cost of a billion dollars. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reached a milestone in the development …

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Australian passports to include voice and eye scans

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Australian passports may incorporate voice-recognition and eye-scanning technology as the government looks to expand biometric identification. Australian passports have included facial recognition technology since 2005, but the government is now investigating “other biometric technologies”, according to a request for tender made public on Monday. The Department of Foreign Affairs and …

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WikiLeaks: CIA makes its hacking look like work of foreign hackers

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WikiLeaks has released new documents that indicate the CIA has developed the capability to mislead anyone investigating its hacking exploits into thinking the hackers came from other countries, including Russia. The CIA’s Marble software can forensically disguise viruses, trojans and hacking attacks, WikiLeaks said, so that no one will place the blame for …

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A Look at the Impact of Biometrics on Automation in Business

Automation is a hot keyword in business today. A lot of businesses – from large corporations to smaller entities – are automating as many parts of their operations as possible. The goal is simple: to optimize different parts of the operations and become more competitive. Businesses are starting to rely …

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Mobile Technology of the Future | What Tomorrow Holds

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What the Future of Mobile Technology Holds Technology flies along at a breakneck pace, so much so that it almost defies belief. When you compare computers of ten years ago to the super computers of today it’s easy to see how, in the last decade, technological advancements have simply exploded. …

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Murdoch behind mandatory vaccination push in Australia

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott recently announced that “the choice made by families not to immunise their children is not supported by public policy or medical research nor should such action be supported by taxpayers in the form of childcare payments.” The prime minister’s decision to strip welfare payments from parents …

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​Fukushima radiation detected 100 miles off California coast

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Scientists have found traces of leaked radiation from Japan’s 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident off the coast of California. Radiation experts, though, say the levels are harmless. Trace amounts of isotopes linked to Fukushima radiation were detected about 100 miles (160km) west of Eureka, a city in northern California, the Woods …

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World’s first GM babies born

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The world’s first genetically modified humans have been created, it was revealed last night. The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics. So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found …

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Children forced to palm scan for school lunch

Palm scanner in school cafeterias

Instead of paying for their lunches with crumpled dollar bills and loose change, students in Carroll County schools are having their palms scanned in a new check-out system — raising concerns from some parents that their children’s privacy is being violated. The county is one of the first localities in …

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Putin drops truth bombs in interview with Megyn Kelly

In Megyn Kelly’s much anticipated interview with Vladimir Putin for her debut episode of NBC’s “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly”, the Russian President said he never met Donald Trump during his business trips to Russia (including Trump’s 2013 visit to Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant), stated that he was …

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DHS to test facial recognition technology at hockey game

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Hockey fans in Washington state will have more to worry about this weekend than avoiding a puck to the face: the Department of Homeland Security will be testing out a new facial recognition system at an arena this Saturday. The 6,000 seat Toyota Center in Kennewick, Washington will be the …

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Banks can legally steal customer funds from private checking accounts

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In 2007, the Sentinel Management Group (SMG) collapsed, leaving many customer segregated funds lost after they had been used as collateral. After a plethora of lawsuits and creditor claims, a decision earlier this month in the 7th Circuit Court placed the banking cartels ahead of customer claims for funds returned. Essentially, the …

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