Daily Caller – by Nicholas Elias

Port of Seattle Police Officer and Special Forces veteran Greg Anderson was reportedly removed from his position after his video about police officers allegedly abusing their power went viral. Continue reading “Seattle Cop Placed On Administrative Leave After Bill Of Rights Video Goes Viral”

C-Net – by Joan E Solsman

Imagine someone creating a deepfake video of you simply by stealing your Facebook profile pic. The bad guys don’t have their hands on that tech yet, but Samsung has figured out how to make it happen.   Continue reading “Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video of you from a single profile pic”

BBC News

YouTube has banned all conspiracy theory videos falsely linking coronavirus symptoms to 5G networks.

The Google-owned service will now delete videos violating the policy. It had previously limited itself to reducing the frequency it recommended them in its Up Next section. Continue reading “Coronavirus: YouTube tightens rules after David Icke 5G interview”

Live Science – by Owen Jarus

Throughout the course of history, disease outbreaks have ravaged humanity, sometimes changing the course of history and, at times, signaling the end of entire civilizations. Here are 20 of the worst epidemics and pandemics, dating from prehistoric to modern times. Continue reading “20 of the worst epidemics and pandemics in history”

International Business Times – by Inigo Monzon

NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) has detected a total of five asteroids that are expected to approach Earth this weekend. According to the data collected by CNEOS, two of the approaching asteroids are big enough to destroy entire cities during an impact event on Earth. Continue reading “NASA: 5 Asteroids Including 2 City-Killer NEOs Approaching Earth This Weekend”

Free Press

Berlin: A German provincial Finance minister, who was reportedly worried about the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, has been found dead, having allegedly committed suicide, reports said on Sunday. Continue reading “Provincial German Finance Minister Thomas Schafer allegedly commits suicide amid COVID-19 outbreak”


KLAMATH, Calif. (AP) — The second-largest river in California has sustained Native American tribes with plentiful salmon for millennia, provided upstream farmers with irrigation water for generations and served as a haven for retirees who built dream homes along its banks. Continue reading “Largest US dam removal stirs debate over coveted West water”

Off the Grid News

Big government’s plans to modernize electricity by creating a smart grid appear to be a recipe for disaster. Consequently, a grid such as this would be more vulnerable to hacking and sabotage.

A smart grid will be more prone to failure because it relies on the cloud – a fragile and complex network of data centers. Therefore, it would be more likely to suffer blackouts than the traditional system.  Continue reading “The Danger From The Smart Grid That No One Is Talking About”

Business Insider – by Rob Price

An explosive trove of nearly 4,000 pages of confidential internal Facebook documents has been made public, shedding unprecedented light on the inner workings of the Silicon Valley social-networking giant.

On Wednesday, the investigative reporter Duncan Campbell released a vast swathe of internal emails, reports, and other sensitive documents from the early 2010s that detail Facebook’s internal approach to privacy and how it worked with app developers and handled their access to user data.  Continue reading “Facebook fought to keep a trove of thousands of explosive internal documents and emails secret. They were just published online in full.”