Tag: citizen rankings


Chicago Police Now Arrest People Before They Commit a Crime

New Software Helps Police Predict Who Will Commit Crimes in the Future Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Police are arresting people for crimes they’ve not committed yet using a new computer algorithm software that identifies criminal behavior and predicts future crime. Suspects were arrested this year as a result of being put on a predictive policing ‘Strategic Subject List‘ […]

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FBI is Enrolling Church Leaders, Social Workers and Community Leaders to Spy on You

Civil Liberties Groups Across America are Enraged Over Federal Bureau of Investigation’s New Tactics to Prevent Terrorism Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report The FBI is expanding their operation and looking to enlist religious leaders, social workers, mental health professionals, and leaders in local communities in order to prevent terrorism, North Jersey’s The Record reports. The […]

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Police Surveillance System Downloads Your Cellphone Images, Sends Them to Investigators

Receiving Mail From a Former Criminal May Land Your Home a High-Threat Score From Law Enforcement Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Police departments across the United States are beginning to operate state-of-the-art crime fighting equipment that could lead to live-streaming surveillance from virtually everywhere. Today, when police departments in Fresno, New York, and Seattle receive a high-priority call of […]

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Government Software to Monitor and Rank Social Media Users

Government Agencies are Soliciting for a Citizen Ranking Program that Will Monitor Your Friends and Associations On-Line Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Government agencies are soliciting for software to be created that will monitor information on social networks in real time and even contact users. The Orwellian system will report on “sentiment analysis,” “influence identification,” will have […]

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U.S. Intelligence Chief James Clapper: We Could Use Your Fridge to Spy on You

Does the Government Still Need a Search Warrant to Digitally Enter Your Home? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report United States Intelligence Chief James Clapper has come out and said the government can now use your refrigerator to spy on you, according to a report presented to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. “In the […]

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