BREAKING: Federal Reserve Considering Negative Interest Rates
ISIS Forgot How They Brought Down the Russian Jet
This entire story is so obviously made up.
When I say “made up,” please don’t get me wrong here. I know we live in a world where the lunatics running the asylum would blow up 224 innocent civilians without a second thought to continue their agenda (which in this case appears to be a completely orchestrated proxy war with Russia they want to ramp up into a completely orchestrated World War III).
It’s just that what they are trying to make us believe happened in the case of this Russian plane crash is such complete and utter bull.
On top of that, since our intelligence chief was just saying IS didn’t do it, only to have some of our government sources come out today and say no wait they did, just proves that the entire post-9/11 security apparatus they’ve built up around everyone is completely worthless by their own (totally unbelievable) version of the story!
Truthstream Can Be Found Here:
Suspicious! US & Israel Conducted ‘Blue Skies’ WAR GAMES Near Russian Plane Crash Location
Startling new revelations show that both the US and Israel were conducting war games in the Arava desert when Flight 9268 dropped off the radar, shortly before breaking up in mid-air and crashing in the Sinai, Egypt.
Alert: Microsoft Admits Windows 10 Automatic Spying Cannot Be Stopped
Once AGAIN, all those screaming “Conspiracy Theorist” at those us telling you Windows 10 is spying on your EVERY move have been proven correct. Now in a recent article in Forbes, Microsoft confirms as much. That makes it something like:
Conspiracy Theorists: 1,345,002
The Uninformed: 1
Or do the uninformed have 2 now? I always forget.
For everyone out there thinking to themselves, or telling others they have “nothing to worry about,” because they don’t do anything illegal such as downloading pirated songs or movies, here’s a question: What makes you think the spying has anything to do with illegal activity? Were the Tea Party groups that have been under constant harassment from IRS doing anything illegal simply by trying to support conservative candidates? If you ask Emperor Obama they were. His way or the highway got it? In the event you are one of the people that thinks there wasn’t a “smidgen” of corruption at the I.R.S. because Obama told you so, then might I ask you Why Is The IRS Spying On Americans’ Phone Calls (Conservatives of Course) Using Military Issued Equipment? That’s not “Conspiracy Theory” either I’m afraid. That much was revealed in a Congressional hearing.
So, if you have nothing to worry about, “because you’re not doing anything illegal,” then if a Republican wins the White House, and you’re a liberal, you’ll have no problem with the I.R.S. coming in to invade your life correct? For more on this nightmare with Microsoft:
There was a time in this country where search warrants were needed to come into your him and invade your privacy. We the people, with our continued ignorance of the Constitution, have allowed our rights to be stripped away one by one. Anyone making the argument that the illegal searches only applies to the government is an ass. Technically, of course they are correct, because the Bill of Rights only offers those protections from abuse by the Federal government… no more. But seriously, is there anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock the last 20 years that doesn’t know Microsoft is as in bed with government as they come? Government won’t need a warrant, they can just “nicely ask” Microsoft, who will be all too happy to hand the information over. Folks, as the video below from Professor Doom explains, this is yet ANOTHER diabolical and sinister way to circumvent the Constitution and ROB you of your rights as an American. If you run a PC, you cannot escape this either, no matter that version of Windows you are currently running. As it was explained the other day: All Windows Users Have Required Windows 10 Upgrade Patch Coming.
BIG GOVERNMENT WANTS EYES AND EARS INSIDE YOUR HOME, AND YOU’RE GOING TO GIVE IT TO THEM….
Last week changes to the Windows 10 upgrade path mean it is going to becomeincreasingly difficult for any non-techy users to avoid being pushed to MicrosoftngIf: ticker MSFT +1.89% ngIf: show_card end ngIf: ticker ’s new operating system. But given Windows 10 is better than Windows 7 and Windows 8, why would that be a problem? Because of policies like this…
Speaking to PC World, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore explained that Windows 10 is constantly tracking how it operates and how you are using it and sending that information back to Microsoft by default. More importantly he also confirmed that, despite offering some options to turn elements of tracking off, core data collection simply cannot be stopped:
“In the cases where we’ve not provided options, we feel that those things have to do with the health of the system,” he said. “In the case of knowing that our system that we’ve created is crashing, or is having serious performance problems, we view that as so helpful to the ecosystem and so not an issue of personal privacy, that today we collect that data so that we make that experience better for everyone.”
This backs up detailed data that some had chosen to dismiss as conspiracy theories.
Windows 10 has great potential, but aggressive update and user tracking policies. Image credit: Microsoft
Still, whether or not you agree with Belfiore’s standpoint that this doesn’t invade user privacy, it does seem strange that it has taken Microsoft so long to come clean and admit core Windows 10 background data collection processes cannot be stopped. Instead it gave the impression that turning off all user accessible spying options in Windows 10 settings would provide owners with full privacy – that’s tantamount to spying.
Read more – Microsoft Makes Windows 10 Upgrades Automatic For Windows 7 And Windows 8
To his credit, Belfiore does recognise the controversial nature of this decision and stresses that:
“We’re going to continue to listen to what the broad public says about these decisions, and ultimately our goal is to balance the right thing happening for the most people – really, for everyone – with complexity that comes with putting in a whole lot of control.”
Interestingly Belfiore himself won’t be around to oversee this as he is about to take a year long sabbatical. When he comes back, however, I suspect this issue will still be raging as Windows and Devices Group head Terry Myerson recently confirmedWindows 10 Enterprise users will be able to disable every single aspect of Microsoft data collection.
This comes in combination with Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise users’ ability to permanently disable automatic updates which are forced upon consumers and shows the growing divide between how Microsoft is treating consumers versus corporations.
So how concerned should users be about Windows 10’s default data collection policies? I would say very.
By default Windows 10 Home is allowed to control your bandwidth usage, install any software it wants whenever it wants (without providing detailed information on what these updates do), display ads in the Start Menu (currently it has been limited to app advertisements), send your hardware details and any changes you make to Microsoft and even log your browser history and keystrokes which the Windows End User Licence Agreement (EULA) states you allow Microsoft to use for analysis.
The good news: even if Belfiore states you cannot switch off everything, editing your privacy settings will disable the worst of these. To find them open the Start menu > Settings > Privacy.
The bad news: despite Belfiore’s pledge “to continue to listen”, Microsoft’s actions (including the impending Windows 7 and Windows 8 upgrade pressure) suggests the company’s recent love for Big Brother tactics is only going to get worse before it gets better…
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