National borders don't stop in the physical world – they're in cyberspace too

Virtual borders have also been subtly dividing the world

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To the globalists' dismay, recent years have seen the strengthening of national borders. State sovereignty rages on with each vehicle returned and each visa revoked.

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The surveillance technology that will watch us all, all the time

Wide Angle Motion Imagery (WAMI) is a surveillance game-changer. And it's here.

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  • In his new book, Eyes in the Sky, Arthur Holland Michel details the evolution of aerial surveillance technology.
  • Cameras aboard drones can monitor the entirety of 50 square kilometers for hours without refueling.
  • New aerial technologies are going to create the privacy fights of the future.
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FBI and ICE scan millions of DMV photos to find suspects, raising concerns

Researchers discover government agencies use facial recognition software on photos from local DMVs.

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  • FBI and ICE routinely scan through millions of photos in state DMV databases.
  • The agencies use facial recognition software to find matches for suspects.
  • Congressmen on both sides of the isle are worried about privacy implications of such unregulated practices.
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Hackers steal 7.5 terabytes of data from Russian security agency

It could be the largest data leak of a Russian intelligence agency.

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  • The data included information about several ongoing Russian projects, including operations to deanonymize Tor and scrape data from social media users.
  • Little is know about the hacker group, which goes by the name 0v1ru$.
  • Earlier this year, Russia briefly disconnected itself from global internet serves.
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You might soon be travelling without a passport – this is how

Fingerprinting and facial recognition may lead the way in air travel.

The future of air travel is… paperless. Or will be, under an initiative introduced by the World Economic Forum.

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