Jon Rappoport: COVID-19 Data Fraud — Felony During a Disaster Leading to Mass Murder, Tortious Interference?

02 Infectious Disease, 07 Health, 07 Other Atrocities, 10 Transnational Crime, Commerce, Corruption, Government, IO Impotency
Jon Rappoport

COVID is a data-driven operation, but suppose the data are wrong?

Both COVID case numbers and death numbers show evidence of fraud.

According to law, significant fraud committed during a disaster is a felony, with a penalty of up to 30 years in prison.

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Stephen E. Arnold: Is Palantir In Big Trouble?

Commerce, Corruption, Government, IO Impotency
Stephen E. Arnold

Palantir Technologies: A Problem for Intelware Competitors?

The Palantir Technologies initial public offering is looming. Pundits are excited; for example, “Palantir Has A Long Uphill Battle Towards Customer Acquisition, But Benefits From Stickiness And Contract Expansion” makes clear that the journey to profitability may be like the Beatles observed: A long and winding road. Others are focused on churn; for example, “5 things to Know about Palantir’s Upcoming IPO.” DarkCyber’s response: “Just five?”

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Robert Steele: CIA Fucks Up Information Technology Once Again . . . and Continues to Fuck Up HUMINT/OSINT

Corruption, Government, Idiocy, Ineptitude, IO Impotency

CIA launches first federal lab

The Central Intelligence Agency announced Monday the launch of its first-ever federal lab, a new internal organization that will allow its officers to obtain patents and licenses for intellectual property they create while working at the agency.

CIA is so  lame.  I explain below.

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Mongoose: New Hampshire Commission on 5G Health Effects — Devastating Minutes That Document Ignorance and Perfidy of the FCC

03 Environmental Degradation, 07 Health, 07 Other Atrocities, 10 Transnational Crime, Corruption, Earth Intelligence, Government, IO Impotency
Mongoose

PDF (17 Pages): 20191213 NH Commission on 5G Health Effects

Net net: FCC has no biologists and is not studying the biological effects that are 100,000 times greater than 4G and impacting on all forms of life.

Stephen E. Arnold: DarkCyber Innovation, Black Hat SEO, Drovorub, Sparks Snuffed, and Killer Drones

IO Impotency
Stephen E. Arnold

Dark Cyber Today: Innovation, Black Hat SEO, Drovorub, Sparks Snuffed, and Killer Drones

Third, the FBI and NSA have published a free analysis of Drovorub malware. If you are responsible for a Linux server, requesting a free copy of the publication may save you time, money, and loss of important data.

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Stephen E. Arnold: Mobile Data Costs Around the World

IO Impotency
Stephen E. Arnold

Mobile Data Costs Around the World

Sometimes it takes looking at the cost of certain services in other countries before we decide whether our situation is acceptable. No, I am not talking about healthcare—Cable.co.uk has published “Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing: The Cost of 1GB of Mobile Data in 228 Countries.” The interactive map makes it clear that the US is making it difficult for some to afford acceptable Internet access.

We particularly took note of three enlightening cost comparisons—The US average (in US dollars) of $12.55/GB versus $3.91 in Japan, $1.39 in the UK, and $0.81 in France. Hmm.

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Stephen E. Arnold: Palantir: Stakeholders May Know Whom to Blame If Money Does Not Flow

IO Impotency
Stephen E. Arnold

Palantir: Stakeholders May Know Whom to Blame If Money Does Not Flow

Another Palantir technologies item. Is it accurate? Who knows. But I found “Palantir Targeting 3 Class Voting Structure According to Leaked S-1, Giving Founders 49.999999% Control in Perpetuity” fun reading. The write up states:

Wow, this is a really complicated ownership structure.

Read full post — Peter Thiel appears to have made a very bad bet.