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Windows 10 Is Spying On You

Much like Google, Windows 10 is constantly spying on you, not only gathering your passwords but also keeping track on who you e-mail, which websites you visit and how you run your household.

If you don’t like Windows spying on you, here’s a quick and easy way to stop giving Microsoft permission to gather your personal data. It only takes about six minutes to send these nosy eavesdroppers packing! More from XLiveGNX.

Anomalies Of Our History

UnchartedX’s Ben Van Kerkwyk explores new discoveries in ancient history and examines possible forms of high technology. In the following edition of “After Skool, Van Kerkwyk dissects some of the anomalies that don’t fit into the mainstream story of our past and makes the case for rewriting some of the beginnings of our history.

Where Did The Internet Go?

As time passes, the powers-that-be are reigning in the Internet, afraid that the people can not know the truth. We are being shown Potemkin villages, mirages that can be moved at will, to hide reality and masquerade the true, more desperate state of the world. More from Truthstream Media.

Sidestep The Digital Iron Curtain

As the battle lines are drawn in the new cold war, a digital iron curtain is descending across the Internet. Governments are increasingly cracking down on the net and attempting to limit what websites you can access. Today, James Corbett walks you through some basic steps you can take to draw back the curtain and peek at the information that the censors don’t want you to see. More from The Corbett Report.



Real Fake News

How has the Internet increased the opportunities for the spread of fake news? Here, Mark Dice takes a look at the websites that specialize in making up news, following in the footsteps of the Weekly World News’ heroic Bat Boy.

On a more serious level, Chris Cuomo is now backstabbing his old employer, CNN, charging its news anchors, including Don Lemon and Jake Tapper, regularly engage in unethical practices. More from Tim Pool.

Go Around Internet Censorship

Now that DuckDuckGo has officially DuckDuckGone in the direction of censorship, what’s a free speech-loving, liberty-minded conspiracy realist to do? Never fear, #SolutionsWatch is here. In the first of a series of explorations of Alt Tech, James Corbett talks to Colin Pape of Presearch, a decentralized search engine that is seeking to offer an alternative to the Big Tech monopolization of search. More from The Corbett Report.

Choosing The Right Emoji

While most of us confront real-life issues every day, uber-liberal NPR is more concerned with how Americans are allegedly struggling with what color emoji they should use in texts and other social media. Talk about the theater of the absurd!

Vee Monro says it shows how subversive and untruthful these ideologs are. In the beginning, it was all about tolerance, he says, then it turned to equality. “I don’t know what could be more equal than the internet, or at least how the internet used to be,” he argues. “They talk about marginalized voices, but how can you marginalize if you don’t even know the person is a minority?” Here’s more of his analysis.

United Nations Targets Websites

The United Nations Counter Terrorism Executive Directorate (CTED) is now responsible for taking entire privately hosted websites offline, as they seek to take total control of the flow of information and establish their “Great Narrative.” CTED notifies domain registrars of “extremist” sites — i.e., those that promote narratives they don’t approve of — and the sites can no longer be found. This reflects a new level of internet censorship, but it is not just publishers who are in the crosshairs…it is all of us. Christian Westbrook breaks it down in this Ice Age Farmer broadcast.



The Future Of Cyberspace

Cyber expert Chuck Brooks says when the internet was created as a DARPA project for communications, cyber security was the least of their worries. Now that everyone is connected, the whole world is vulnerable.

Appearing on the Riss Flex blog, Brooks added that because of the increased risk for sabotage, the next evolution of the internet will be in “smart cities,” where you’ll have most of your urban environments controlled–energy, transportation, security and communications. “The same problem there is that it relies on connectivity,” Brooks says. “And it relies on connectivity that can be hacked.” Here’s more with Brooks and Flex, including questions from viewers.

Dems: Embarrassing Humans!

Reptilian Vax Plan! AI Threat is real! Timeline manipulation! Consciousness transfer! Dems are embarrassing humans in front of the whole universe! The last chapter! Over 70 species are helping Earth! Ebans captured…Call a computer “Mother!” Slave mentality! Tell your friends…stop giving away your rights! More as Sarge from Icons joins McAllister TV.

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