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The Internet of Things would be the ultimate total surveillance network, in which every gadget in your kitchen, livingroom, bathroom, and bedroom would have an embedded SMART chip that would transmit all your data to the 5G surveillance grid for gathering into private databases owned and controlled mostly by Verizon and AT&T. These databases would not be subject to FOIA records requests because they are not owned by any government agency.

  • Cell Phone Surveillance
  • Siri, Alexa, and Cortana
  • 5G Surveillance via the Internet of Things
  • SMART Utility Meter Surveillance
  • SMART Cars
  • Public Transportation ~ Planes, Tranes, Uber and Lyft
  • Public and Private Security Cameras
  • Financial Data
  • RFID Chips
  • Social Media and Cloud Storage
  • Gaming ~ Xbox, Wii, PlayStation, Virtual Reality
  • Search/Browser History, Email, and online Fingerprinting
  • Biometric Identifiers ~ Fingerprints, Voiceprints, Retina Scans, DNA
  • Medical Records
  • DNA Databases ~ Ancestry.com and 23andMe
  • Stingray Mass Surveillance
  • Semptian Mass Surveillance

5G Surveillance via the Internet of Things

James Corbett – 5G Dragnet – Technocracy
Jerry Day on Smart Meter Surveillance, Fire Hazards, Radiation, Health Hazards

Your Roomba May be Mapping Your Home and Sharing Your Home Map

Source: The Internet Patrol, Aug 7 2017 (go to original article to read more)

Siri, Alexa and Cortana Know Your Secrets

Why New and Improved Siri Compromises Your Privacy Even More

Source: The Internet Patrol, September 18, 2015 (go to original article to read more)

  • When you talk to Siri, what you are saying is being recorded, and sent off to Apple’s servers.
  • Apple stores those recordings for up to 2 years. For the first six months of the storage of your words, in your voice, the recording is associated with a randomly generated number (so not directly with your Apple ID or phone number); after six months the recording is disassociated from that number, but still may persist in Apple’s archives for up to eighteen more months. (For a great article about this, read Wired’s Apple Finally Reveals How Long Siri Keeps Your Data.)
  • Just this year it was confirmed that Apple shares your Siri voice recordings with 3rd parties.

RFID Chips

MythBusters Threatened with Legal Action for Reporting on RFID Chips