Google is very interested in your shopping habits – so much that the tech giant is collecting and saving your purchase history.
The company has been quietly keeping track of your online (and sometimes, offline) purchases for years, according to a recent report from CNBC.
In that report, writer Todd Haselton explains that he was looking around in his Google account and found something alarming:
Even though Monsanto has been ‘taken down’ via a buy-out by Bayer Pharmaceuticals, the ‘legacy’ of its toxic herbicide, Roundup®, literally has become a chemical scourge upon human health, plus the environment by poisoning soil, ground water, insect pollinators and producing other adverse effects yet to be discovered.
Read more & video: “Secret Ingredients A film by Jeffry Smith & Amy Hart (1:20:54) via Roundup® & Glyphosate Exposed For What They Are: Toxic, Disease-causing Chemicals —
Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for reporting about New York congressman Thomas Suozzi’s request to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC):
Congressman Thomas Suozzi, representing New York’s 3rd Congressional District sent a letter to the FCC asking for safety data on 5G. He joins Rep. Peter A. DeFazio House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman, who wrote a letter to FCC Chairman Pai and acting FDA Commissioner Sharpless and Senator Blumenthal and U.S. Representative Anna G. Eshoo sent a letter to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr seeking answers the safety data on 5G wireless technology.
By B.N. Frank
From December 5, 1955 until November 23, 1956, African Americans in Montgomery, Alabama stopped riding public buses until they were legally allowed to sit wherever they wanted. This is one of many examples of how voting with your money makes a difference.
By Jen King, Stanford University Technology companies have been pummeled by revelations about how poorly they protect their customers’ personal information, including an in-depth New York Times report detailing the ability of smartphone apps to track users’ locations. Some companies, most notably Apple, have begun promoting the fact that they sell products and services that…..Read more
By Catherine J. Frompovich Americans for Responsible Technology and Grassroots teamed up the week of September 9, 2018 to visit members of the U.S. Congress House and Senate Commerce Committees, which have jurisdiction over the Federal Communications Commission, in order to inform legislative directors and aides about the science on wireless radiation, which has been…Read more & short video
When the colours turn grey and the lights all fade To black again We’re in over our heads But somehow we make it back again – lyrics from “Beautiful Mess” Next month will mark one year since Congress obliterated Vermont’s GMO labeling law and replaced it with its own faux-labeling measure. The DARK Act was…