Sunday, October 28, 2018

your Data as Weapon against you

TV teaches you junk food is good.
TV teaches you transgender is good.
TV teaches you immigration is good.
Epidemic of junk food diseases, sexual diseases, refugees, immigrants,…
Population replacement strategy of globalist elites.
End of traditional culture.
Economic and social collapse into jungle culture.

Phones, computers more effective than TV, Radio.
They track you, follow everything you do, and customize disinformation to match your psychology.
Go to college and study psychology and advertising and media.
I notice home phones are now mostly cordless that are more effective at causing ear cancer, auditory cancer, brain cancer, than cell phones.
Inject powerful radiation right into your brain.
I can get phone, cable, internet $33+$33+$33=$99 per month
Unlimited cell phone contracts for around $50 per month + cost of phone.
Why pay for disinformation?
Who cares about Khashoggi? Kavanaugh? tax cuts for the rich?
when the caravan is coming to replace you.

Epidemic of cars sitting at green light, drivers totally confused, or distracted by phones, dashboards.
Students at college sitting staring at screens instead of studying or talking to each other.
Why rack up student loan debt if wasting so much money on phones and disinformation.
Get credit for learning "technology" addiction?
Why not learn to grow organic marijuana, opium?

Frustrate trackers.
Keep old cell phones turned on and charged up.
Put phones in car, bike, barn, garage, office, school,….
Swap positions and move around frequently.
Keep your true phone turned off in steel box when not in use.
Use computers unconnected.
Buy used phones, cheap phones to throw off trackers as much as possible.

I have stacks of dozens of books, purchased and checked out from library or read in library.
much faster read than online
safer from blinding blue LED light, radiation, electro-magnetic waves,...

Reading book "The Art of invisibility" by Kevin Mitnick who went to jail for hacking, now advises how to stop hacking.
Many good ideas can implement now, but he does not go far enough.
He lives in Las Vegas and drives a Tesla
both the most tracked place and car,
too hot
indoor sitting sedentary lifestyle
Electronics addiction, dementia, obesity and other diseases.

Your activities, face, license plate, credit cards, cash are all being tracked.
Russia and China use that information to influence your vote, spending, and sell you poisons often via advertisements or control of channels.

Apple Cook is right but does not go far enough.
Need a comprehensive data protection plan.


Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook
said customer data was being "weaponized with military efficiency" by companies to increase profit
and called for a federal privacy law in the United States.

But Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended his company's ad-based business model said users were aware of a trade-off for free services.

Cook, speaking at the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners,
said Apple would support a U.S. privacy law
and also touted the iPhone maker's commitment to protect users' data and privacy.

Apple, which designs many of its products so that it cannot see users' data,
has largely avoided the data privacy scandals that have enmeshed its rivals Google and Facebook this year.

"The desire to put profits over privacy is nothing new,"
Cook told a packed audience of privacy regulators, corporate executives and other participants.

Issues over how data is used and how consumers can protect their personal information are under the spotlight
after big breaches of data privacy involving millions of internet and social media users in Europe and the United States.

Cook cited former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis who in a Harvard Law Review article in 1890
warned that gossip was no longer the resource of the idle and the vicious but had become a trade.

"Today that trade has exploded into a data industrial complex.

Our own information, from the everyday to the deeply personal, is being weaponized against us with military efficiency,"

"These scraps of data ... each one harmless enough on its own ... are carefully assembled, synthesized, traded, and sold,"

"We shouldn't sugarcoat the consequences.
This is surveillance.
And these stockpiles of personal data serve only to enrich the companies that collect them,"


Zuckerberg said Facebook users were aware of the trade-off between a free service and advertisements.

"Instead of charging people, we charge advertisers to show ads.
People consistently tell us that they want a free service and that if they going to see ads to get it,
then they want those ads to be relevant,"

Facebook was investing heavily in both security and privacy even as this impacts on its profitability, Zuckerberg said.

Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai welcomed the global focus on privacy,
saying that the company was doing its part by taking measures to allow users more control over their data.

"User trust is the foundation for everything we do,
and privacy and security are fundamental tenets of that,"
"We've been working for years to provide more transparency and control for our users,
and we appreciate the input and partnership from data protection authorities."

Cook also warned about governments abusing users' data and their trust,
a concern for many with elections coming up in several countries.

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