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Posted 12 January 2019 - 08:56 AM

Targeting the Silicon Valley/Deep State technology they use to rule over us.  

 

Macron Govt: Yellow Vests Have Destroyed 60 Percent of France’s Speed Cameras    https://www.breitbar...-speed-cameras/

 

Yellow Vests see the country’s thousands of speed cameras as part of a “racket” designed to generate extra revenue for the state, especially since the speed limit was dropped to 50 miles per hour on many roads in 2018.


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Posted 09 March 2019 - 06:10 AM

Elizabeth Warren says she will break up tech giants Facebook, Google and Amazon if she wins White House race, accusing them of 'bulldozing competition and using data for profit'  https://www.dailymai...ook-Amazon.html
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  • Democratic White House candidate says she would appoint regulators to break up tech giants
  • She says Facebook's Instagram purchase, Amazon buying Wholefoods and Google buying Waze are all examples of competition being stifled

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 09:57 AM

Facebook Facial Recognition Lawsuit Moves Forward  

 

Tech giant Facebook is reportedly facing billions of dollars in potential damages as a federal appeals court rejected the firm’s argument to halt a class action lawsuit relating to the storing of biometric data of millions of users.

 
TechCrunch reports that a federal appeals court rejected Facebook’s argument to block a class action lawsuit this week which could see the firm facing billions in potential damages. The lawsuit has been moving through the court system since 2015 when Facebook users in Illinois sued the firm for violating the states’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) by automatically collecting and identifying individuals in photographs posted on the social media site.  

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Defenders of the status quo are always stronger than reformers seeking change, 
UNTIL the status quo self-destructs from its own corruption, and the reformers are free to build on its ashes.