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06/22/2017 / By JD Heyes

During a recent two-part series published by Bugout.news about how an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) could destroy the nation’s power grid,

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-22-malware-threat-proves-u-s-power-grid-much-more-vulnerable-than-previously-believed.html

06/21/2017 / By News Editors

When President Trump was still on the campaign trail, he noted that Amazon is using the Washington Post (owned by Amazon) as a political

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-21-campbell-trump-should-break-up-googles-media-monopoly.html

06/20/2017 / By D. Samuelson

According to Nvidia, by 2020 there will be more than one billion surveillance cameras watching your every move on city

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-20-new-surveillance-satellites-can-now-record-real-time-video-of-all-car-movements-in-an-entire-region.html

06/18/2017 / By Tracey Watson

For some of us, visiting the doctor is an uncomfortable and invasive process. Being examined by and telling a complete

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-18-medical-system-goes-full-mark-of-the-beast-with-unique-patient-identifier-tracking.html

06/18/2017 / By Jayson Veley

Have you ever noticed that when our Fourth Amendment privacy rights are being trampled upon, we usually don’t find out

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-18-samsung-takes-spying-to-a-whole-new-level-as-smartphone-becomes-ultimate-big-brother-tool.html

06/17/2017 / By D. Samuelson

The fairness — and tightness — of Google’s grip on the internet search world, as well as its subsequent effects on other online entities

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-17-fascist-google-could-face-a-slap-on-the-wrist-for-rigging-search-results.html

06/15/2017 / By Ethan Huff

So-called “cryptocurrencies” like bitcoin are changing the way that many people conduct business, both online and off. But as the

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-15-bitcoin-will-never-be-used-by-everyone-for-the-simple-reason-that-public-ledgers-are-not-desirable-by-most-corporations.html

06/14/2017 / By Ethan Huff

The internet is buzzing with chatter about a new Facebook “feature” that allegedly peers into smartphone users’ eyes to detect

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-14-facebook-plan-uncovered-to-spy-on-users-through-their-own-smartphone-cameras-to-analyze-their-facial-expressions.html

06/13/2017 / By Ethan Huff

If the quintessential public welfare abuser had a corporate replica, it would be Elon Musk and his multibillion-dollar trio of

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-13-why-elon-musk-is-a-fast-talking-hustler-who-preys-upon-scientifically-illiterate-bureaucrats-to-siphon-billions-of-dollars-from-taxpayers.html

06/13/2017 / By Tim Wesley

One of the milestones in a young adult’s life is learning how to drive. Driving serves as a rite of

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-13-babies-born-today-will-probably-never-experience-the-freedom-of-driving.html

06/12/2017 / By Jayson Veley

Those who routinely have nightmares about robots taking over the world may want to move on to a different article.

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-12-google-just-sold-its-robotics-division-boston-dynamics-to-a-japanese-mega-corporation.html

06/11/2017 / By Jayson Veley

Back in March, Natural News reported that the CIA was planning on using geolocation software to hack into vehicles and

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-11-uk-nuclear-submarines-could-be-hacked-to-launch-nuclear-missiles-at-london-and-paris-warns-security-report.html

06/11/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Compared to any other province, people living in Ontario pay steeper rates for their power. According to The Globe and Mail,

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-11-smart-meters-claimed-cost-efficiency-benefits-are-mostly-bunk-analysis-finds.html

06/11/2017 / By D. Samuelson

The billion or more Yahoo accounts that were hacked in two separate cyber attacks didn’t dissuade Verizon from purchasing the

http://newstarget.com/2017-06-11-yahoo-selling-out-to-verizon-the-nsa-surveillance-front-end-that-spies-on-everyone.html

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