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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Germany's New Citizen Monitoring Spyware May Be Creepier Than NSA's

Prophecy Sign:  The future global Police State

In so many ways, our current society is under the watch of 'big brother'.  From camera surveillance, to predictive algorithms, from spyware to smart technology.  Even in the small town from which we at this blog live and work, the town council wants implantable GPS chips to be injected into criminal offenders to follow their every move.  This rise of the global police state will ultimately culminate in the authority given to the future Antichrist who will have power over every individual on planet earth.

It was given power to wage war against God’s holy people and to conquer them. And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. Revelation 13:7 NIV

Germany's New Citizen Monitoring Spyware May Be Creepier Than NSA's
The new spyware Trojan virus recently approved by Germany's Interior Ministry may actually steal personal photos and notes stored on Germans' phones and laptops. The German government's new computer virus intended for spying in criminal cases has drawn scrutiny because of its potentially unlimited abilities. While privacy-invading measures imposed by the United States' National Security Agency have been at the forefront of news coverage, Germany's new "open" approach to secretly spreading malware has also attracted scrutiny among privacy advocates.

New Technology Could Help Predict When And Where Crimes Will Happen
Slashings. Rapes. Murders. Imagine what life would be like if the criminals could be stopped before they ever get started. In the aftermath of a crime, investigators rush to connect the dots that can help crack the case. But now, thanks to new technology, those dots are being connected before a crime is even committed.
Here’s how it works: Hitachi’s new visualization system gathers massive amounts of information from a wide range of unconnected sources. These sources include social media, transit maps, weather reports, crime statistics, camera feeds and more. It then interfaces all of those sources on one pane of glass. Authorities can then activate the crime prediction software to look for patterns. Patterns that can not only help identify criminals’ intent, but also when and where they’ll likely strike again within a two-block radius.

Williams Lake council urges use of injected GPS chips to track prolific criminals
The city council in Williams Lake is standing firm after voting unanimously this week to take steps to have prolific criminal offenders injected with GPS tracking chips. It’s not clear whether anyone has developed such a chip — B.C.’s solicitor general said he hadn’t heard of it — and civil liberties advocates decried the notion of such a physically invasive step. But after an incident in a Williams Lake park this past Monday in which a man robbed a 14-year-old boy of his bicycle, apparently at gunpoint, councilors were keen to do something.

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