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How “Nothing to Hide” Leads to “Nowhere to Hide” – Why Privacy Matters in an Age of Tech Totalitarianism

from The Daily Bell:

Would you allow a government official into your bedroom on your honeymoon? Or let your mother-in-law hear and record every conversation that takes place in your home or car – especially disagreements with your husband or wife? Would you let a stranger sit in on your children’s playdates so that he could better understand how to entice them with candy or a doll?

Guess what? If you bring your phone with you everywhere, or engage with a whole-house robo helper such as Alexa or Echo or Siri or Google, you’re opening up every aspect of your life to government officials, snooping (possibly criminal) hackers, and advertisers targeting you, your spouse and your children.

The following is not a screed against technology. But it is a plea to consider what we’re giving up when we hand over privacy, wholesale, to people whom we can neither see nor hear… people whose motives we cannot fathom.


The widened lanes of communication, and the conveniences that Smart Phones, wireless communities, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have fomented are indeed helpful to some extent. They allow, for example, for remote working, which allows people to spend more time with their families and less time commuting. In areas such as the energy business, the field of predictive analytics, born of Big Data and the Industrial Internet, helps mitigate the danger of sending humans to oil rigs at sea.

And on a personal level, of course, the conveniences are innumerable: Grandparents living far away can “see” their grandchildren more often than they could in years past, thanks to technology such as FaceTime and Skype.

People save money: As you walk by a restaurant, a lunch coupon suddenly appears on your phone.

And they can save time: Someday soon, the Internet of Things might tell your coffee maker and alarm clock to go off before it’s normal time, because bad weather is coming and your son’s school bus will arrive 15 minutes early to avoid the fog.

But there’s a corollary we must think about. (Two corollaries, actually, one being the long-term effects of Electromagnetic Fields on our health, and especially on our brains. But so far, few studies have been funded to examine this.)

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2 comments to How “Nothing to Hide” Leads to “Nowhere to Hide” – Why Privacy Matters in an Age of Tech Totalitarianism

  • anon

    Welcome to the Technocratic “Jew” World Order.

    Read the book: _ALBION & ZION UNITED: The Brizi/Jewzi World Menace_, by Veronika Kuzniar.

    After reading THAT book, you’ll completely comprehend how it happened, that “Jews” took control over the so-called “British” Empire, and thereby HIJACKED the entirety of Western Civilization, including ALL its primary institutions. This is why America is now supposedly $20 TRILLION in odious, unrepayable “debt”. You’ll read about the usual suspects: Rothschilds, Warburgs, but also about not so frequently mentioned families, like Montefiores, Sassoons ~ and MANY of them ~ along with the Old Aristocracy or “Nobility” of England, which intermarried with the wealthy BANKING & MERCHANT “JEW”-ISH families. You’ll read about the Opium Trade with China. You’ll read about the inner machinations of the creation of the State of (Rothschild-)Israel, and what the REAL purpose is, behind the State of Israel. The book was originally written in 1940, in Germany, during WWII, from an NDSP perspective. Priceless. Here is where I obtained MY copy: https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=22455860822

    Like I said: Welcome to the Technocratic “Jew” World Order!

  • anon

    Oops! I meant…”from an ‘NSDP’ or ‘NSDAP’ perspective”.

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