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CIA reportedly hacked Wi-Fi routers for years

Newly leaked documents indicate the intelligence agency developed implants for devices from 10 different manufacturers.

The CIA has been targeting wireless routers since 2012, according to newly leaked confidential documents.

The CIA has been hacking home, office and public wireless routers for years in an effort to carry out clandestine surveillance, according to classified documents seen by CNET sister site ZDNet.

BREAKING NEWS: New Telescope Observes Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities with Intelligent Movement

aprilholloway, 26 January, 2016
A new report published in the latest edition of the American Journal of Modern Physics has revealed a startling finding – a newly developed telescope with concave lenses has observed, for the first time,

New Range Rovers will send drivers' location data to government agents

BY Heyes: (NaturalNews) It is being sold to consumers as just a harmless, yet imminently effective way to get roads fixed more quickly and efficiently, but privacy advocates are concerned – and rightly so.

According to The Next Web website, Jaguar Land Rover automaker is developing vehicle-borne technology that will automatically report the presence of potholes to government authorities. The website further reports that its cars will be able to identify any potholes encountered and then share the data in real time with road maintenance officials and other vehicles.

WIRED now totally admits what the entire media called 'loony conspiracy theories' just five years ago

By Benson: (NaturalNews) Remember when it was considered the subject matter of tin foil hat-wearers to surmise that everything we do, say, or search for online is being tracked by covert government agencies acting in blatant violation of the U.S. Constitution? Well, now it's become common knowledge that we live in this exact, illicit surveillance society, as is now openly admitted by popular media sites such as WIRED.

Meet Jibo, a new robotic companion to constantly monitor your family and control your environment

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) Like it or not, the age of robotics is dawning, and while some may hail this development as eminently beneficial to mankind, others are warning that a robot-filled world is not necessarily in the best interests of the human race.

1984 is here: Samsung admits its TVs might spy on you, warns against carrying out sensitive conversations

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) In the prescient 1948 tome, author George Orwell wrote about a supposedly "fictitious" future in which the civilized world lived in what can only be called a surveillance society, in which "the government" would be able to keep watch on the citizenry 24-7, and through a variety of technological means.

It turns out that Orwell's premonitions were a lot more realistic than even he likely imagined.

Is government faithful to the Constitution?

By NaturalNews Editors: (NaturalNews) (Story by Andrew P. Napolitano, republished from LewRockwell.com) When the government is waving at us with its right hand, so to speak, it is the government's left hand that we should be watching. Just as a magician draws your attention to what he wants you to see so you will not observe how his trick is performed, last week presented a textbook example of public disputes masking hidden deceptions. Here is what happened.

Is the whole world watching your private home security camera? 73,000 now online



By Heyes:NaturalNews) No question, we live in a "wired" world, but increasingly, we also live in a world where, no matter where we go, we are tracked -- either through our vehicle, our cell phone or by some form of direct surveillance. In addition, our personal privacy is at risk of becoming a quaint anachronism, thanks to the Technological Age, unless or until lawmakers and President Obama step up and begin enforcing the Fourth Amendment.

All internet activity now monitored by 'pre-crime' algorithms


As news spread some months ago, in the wake of revelations divulged by former analyst Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency has been collecting metadata on Americans' phone calls and emails, most came to the conclusion that everything they were doing electronically was being monitored by Uncle Sam's most powerful spy agency.

NSA chief claims secret surveillance program stopped 'a bajillion' terror plots


Gen. Keith Alexander testified before a House committee on intelligence this week, claiming the NSA's secret surveillance program is keeping America safe because it has already stopped "a bajillion" terror plots.