Tag Archives: Big Tech

Shape of the Threat

Back in 1977, I wrote a college paper with the thesis that humans under political organization can be prodded into doing some awful things. More specifically, you could travel across the US, polling each individual personally, and the vast majority … Continue reading

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Don’t Join the Herd

This isn’t really new, but it is a very eloquent explanation of what we always knew. In essence, the cross contamination between government and Big Tech is painfully obvious. Moreover, we have a clear declaration that the whole objective of … Continue reading

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HP Printers Spying on You

If you have a recent vintage HP printer, this might be worth your time. The short version is this: If you allow Win10 to download and install the HP printer app from the app store, you will by default agree … Continue reading

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Snakes in the Grass — Followup

If you took the time to read that long MintPress report linked in yesterday’s post, you may still be struggling to absorb the whole thing. I wouldn’t blame you. Had I not already brushed up against some of this, I’m … Continue reading

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On Staying Out of Sight

The basis for oppression and control these days, and even more so in the future, is homogeneity of the population en masse. It’s the principle of herding, of reducing people to a commodity. To “commoditize” something means making all of … Continue reading

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Don’t Trust Big Tech

I’ve explained at length and repeatedly that nearly all human government these days is evil. Some are, at best, less evil. So there is no hope for a good future coming from the hand of government. Your best hope is … Continue reading

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Stop Googling

Let me recommend this Corbett Report episode. It highlights the long term plans and intentions of Google. Granted, there is a fair probability that Google will be hammered for any number and things, and may well be changed dramatically or … Continue reading

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