Americans Said No to Coronavirus Contact Tracing Spy Apps | HAF

Americans Said No To Coronavirus Contact Tracing Spy Apps

Humans Are Free – December 13, 2020 | by Daniel Greenfield

When the NHS, Britain’s socialized medicine system, debuted its contact tracing app, six million eagerly rushed to download it. After a few days, 10 million had downloaded and installed the app, and after a month, around 40% of smartphone users had put a monitoring device on their phones that would trace their social interactions and could tell them to isolate at any moment.

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Whistleblower Film Revealing Shadow Government Released to Public Just After Producer is Arrested | Health Impact News – Aug 17, 2020

by Brian Shilhavy – Aug 17, 2020
Editor, Health Impact News

Millie Weaver, known online as “Millennial Millie,” was mysteriously arrested, along with her husband, on a reported grand jury indictment and held in jail over the weekend, just before she was scheduled to release her new film, ShadowGate.

The film was released anyway, with many copies being widely distributed throughout the Internet, as it has gone viral this weekend and has already been viewed by millions of people.

The film is based on the testimony of two high-tech whistleblowers, who claim they worked for private contractors that worked together with intelligence agencies and politicians to develop highly sophisticated software systems and artificial intelligence (AI) to affect elections both abroad in places like Afghanistan, as well as in the U.S. during the Trump campaign and Presidency to discredit him.

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