Michelle Malkin warns ‘the conspiracy is real’
The Biden administration’s vaccine passport scheme is just the teeny-tiny tip of a massive privacy invasion iceberg. A year ago this week, I began chronicling the worldwide weaponization of COVID-19 by big government and big business to trace and track the health data of untold hundreds of millions of human beings. Let’s review.
In March 2020, Singapore unleashed a Bluetooth app called “TraceTogether” on Google Play and the Apple Store to track people who tested positive for coronavirus and notify others through their cellphones. For those who argue that participation is completely “voluntary,” bear in mind that Singapore functions as a high-tech dictatorship where refusal to comply with stay-at-home orders and refusal to share GPS location data with health bureaucrats are criminal offenses subject to six months’ imprisonment and/or a $10,000 fine.
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This is the last Web 3.0 post at Phi Beta Iota. The new website is https://Web3-0.org — all prior Web 3.0 posts are being ported there; the Web 3.0 informal steering group will begin distributed operations to inform and recruit.
The Linux Foundation and IBM Announce New Open Source Projects to Promote Racial Justice
ROBERT STEELE: Absolute bullshit. LINUX has been captured. This is code for embedding Deep State globalist censorship and digital assassination tools in open source, as pioneered by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an unregistered agent of a foreign power working in close alliance with the Red Mafiya and other criminal and treasonous individuals and networks.
Why Use an Open Source Database? Brilliant Inadvertent Explanation
I thought, “Why bother to read ‘Everything You Should Know about the Oracle Database.’” I am delighted that I did. I read the article in The Tech Block twice! The information attempts to explain some of Oracle’s licensing guidelines. The author does a workmanlike job of explaining number of users; for example:
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Security researcher hacks Apple, Tesla, Paypal, more, in clever open-source software attack
Microsoft, PayPal, Shopify, Netflix, Yelp, and Uber were among the other companies that found their internal systems breached in the proof of concept …
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Dispute between Elastic and AWS highlights ongoing battle over open source business model
Phi Beta Iota: The courts work for whoever pays t hem the most and can afford the most lawyers. This will not be won in court. It will be won with Web 3.0.