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Facebook Advertisers Start Pulling Out

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge Facebook advertisers have threatened to abandon the platform in the wake of a massive data harvesting scandal which began after it was revealed that an app created by two psychologists – one of whom Facebook employs – gathered data on over 50 million Americans […]

Ex-Obama Staffer Admits Facebook Allowed Them To ‘Break Rules’ Because Of Political Bias

Add another log to the bonfire of Facebook controversy! A former staffer of Barack Obama’s admitted that the social media giant, Facebook, allowed the Obama campaign to break the user data rules because Facebook was “on their side.” Yesterday, Facebook’s stock tanked after it was revealed that the social media giant gave user data to a […]

A Majority In New Poll: ‘Deep State Is Manipulating Policy’

The Monmouth University Polling Institute found that 74% of Americans believe that the “deep state” is manipulating public policy unelected and behind the scenes. Only 21% don’t think the deep state exists. Those numbers are compelling considering the mainstream media’s very obvious attempt to get everyone to believe that the deep state is a figment […]

Constitutional Law Attorney Says Mueller’s Seizure Of Transition Emails “Likely Violated The Law”

Over the weekend, reports surfaced that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may have inappropriately taken possession of “many tens of thousands” of emails from the Trump transition team, obtained through the General Services Administration – the government agency responsible for hosting the transition email system which used a “” address, without getting the necessary search warrants […]

Olympic Athletes Could Soon Face Being Microchipped ‘Like Dogs’ To Compete

While some say microchipping humans is the wave of the future, others think it could be the Biblical “mark of the beast.” Regardless, the next group to face the potentiality of being microchipped like dogs are Olympic athletes. According to WND, the head of an association of Olympic athletes wants to require anyone who participates in the Summer […]

Wisconsin Firm Microchips Employees: “It’s Inevitably The Next Thing… And We Want To Be Part Of It”

In April we noted that Swedish company Epicenter had begun implanting RFID chips into workers hands… and the workers loved it… it makes opening doors and buying smoothies so easy and convenient, and your coworkers will even throw a party for you once you take the plunge to become a cyborg. The injections have become […]

The Age Of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

Authored by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “We are rapidly entering the age of no privacy, where everyone is open to surveillance at all times; where there are no secrets from government.” ? William O. Douglas, Supreme Court Justice (1966) The government has become an expert in finding ways to sidestep what it considers […]

If You Care About Privacy, You Should Change Your Twitter Settings Right Now

Authoired by Sarah Cronin via, Since Wednesday, Twitter has been sending out emails and notifications to its over 300 million monthly users to inform them of changes to their privacy policy. The new policy, which goes into effect on June 18, includes changes to data collection, data sharing, and digital advertising. The policy is […]

Meet Brad Birkenfeld: “Lucifer’s Banker”

Authored by Adam Taggart via, Just how bad is the ongoing fraud in the banking system? Get ready for a mind-bowing expose by a former insider at UBS. Brad Birkenfield, author of Lucifer's Banker: The Untold Story of How I Destroyed Swiss Bank Secrecy, recounts the efforts he uncovered by his employer to help […]

Court Rules Facebook Can’t Challenge Demands for User Data (and Can’t Tell Users)

Via The Daily Bell Facebook is not exactly the champion of user privacy, but at least in one case, the company did go to bat for its users. Facebook took New York law enforcement to court over secret warrants that allowed authorities to collect user data. Unfortunately, Facebook just lost their case in the New York courts. […]