Tag: surveillance


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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Flying Drone Billboards are Coming Soon

Helium Filled Drone Aircraft dubbed “Eye in the Sky,” Will Display Billboards Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Aerotain’s Skye project aims to fill our sky with a fleet of hovering drones that advertise to you. The 10ft round, blimp-like drone dubbed “the eye in the sky,” will have the ability to livestream video and […]

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ACLU Releases Map of Police Departments Using Stingray to Wiretap Local Cellphones

Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Reports The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has released a map of states that are known to use military grade spying technology, known as “stingray.”  They have pinpointed 50 agencies across 21 states that use the intrusive devise. According to the ACLU, stingray devices are also known as “cell site […]

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Judge Rules In Favor of Man Who Shot Down Drone for Hovering in Backyard

Kentucky Judge Dismisses All Charges Against Man Who Shot Down Drone Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Judge Rebecca Ward has cleared charges against William Merideth for destroying a drone which was hovering over his property with a shotgun, claiming the drone was an invasion of privacy, local TV station WDRB-TV reports. “He had a right to shoot at […]

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Facebook is Monitoring Your Emotions Using “Like” Emojis

Why is Facebook Interested in Your Emotions? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Facebook has upgraded their “like” button to allow users to display their current feelings on posts, by selecting an emoji. The data will help Facebook develop a more detailed profile ranking on you. The company has already admitted to using the new feature for social engineering, according to Tech.Mic. The technology news website claims,  “Facebook […]

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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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