Our Orwellian State: Gov Contractors Chapter 2

This report will consist of publicly available information and information gathered with Freedom of Information Act request, it will be chronologically structured and is not intended to change your opinion of our country, but only seeks to remind you of the constitutional foundations in which this country was ordained. This is Orwellianism...welcome!    1960-2001   … Continue reading Our Orwellian State: Gov Contractors Chapter 2

The Future of Search Engines

Researchers combine artificial intelligence, crowdsourcing and supercomputers to develop better, and more reasoned, information extraction and classification methods. Date: August 3, 2017Source: University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing CenterSummary: New efforts to combine artificial intelligence with crowdsourced annotators and information encoded in domain-specific resources have now been revealed by researchers. The work has the potential to … Continue reading The Future of Search Engines

The Adam Nafa Files

  Anonymous:#Operation Telecom https://youtu.be/5pNV4LNUcSk In the fall of 2012, Adam J. Nafa posted a video on his Youtube channel, the video was titled Operation Telecom and is linked above. At the time of posting this video, Adam was under the impression that he wasn't doing anything illegal and that by releasing this video he was … Continue reading The Adam Nafa Files

A Satoshi For Your Thoughts? #OurInternet

A young Internet activist by the name of Aaron Swartz wrote in his Open Access Manifesto that; "information is like power and like all power there are those who want to keep it for themselves" This statement and his Open Access Manifesto changed my life, it made me understand how valuable information is and there … Continue reading A Satoshi For Your Thoughts? #OurInternet

Congress Contemplates Making it Illegal to Protect Consumer Privacy Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation

When you go online you reveal a tremendous amount of private information about yourself. What you browse, what you purchase, who you communicate with—all reveal something personal about you. Long ago, Congress made privacy a legal right, so that your telephone company was prohibited from using its position as your communications provider to exploit your … Continue reading Congress Contemplates Making it Illegal to Protect Consumer Privacy Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation