Category Archive: bigbrother

Nov 26

Brazil Receives First Samples of ‘amateur’ Implantable Biochip – Sales Begin in 2014

Several studies have linked the implantable chips with the appearance of tumors in animals. Even so, FDA approved the use of microchips in humans in 2004. Some years later, the VeriChip, emerging on market, has discontinued the development of this type of chip, which has not stopped some amateur “enthusiasts” go on with their deployment …

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Jun 15

Brazil Will Require all Cars to Have RFID Chips by 2014 – Deployment Starts June/2012

I have posted more than a year back about the plans of the brazilian government to use RFID chips in all brazilian cars. Now it is official, it will happen, and will start end of this month (june/2012) and will became a requirement to drive in Brazilian in june 2014. I translated a very much …

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Oct 29

Brazil is champion of censorship requests to google

Google provides a tool that shows statistics of government requests to google for user data and removal of search results or any of its products. It is called “Transparency Report: Government Requests” Today I remembered reading about it somewhere and I went to check the position of my dear country Brazil. What was my surprise …

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Oct 28

Brazilians will be forced to use RFID chips and GPS trackers in their cars

Brazil‘s government, behind the facade of open democracy, continues to advance its way as one of the most autoritarian police states in the world. Brazilian population will be forced very soon to have in their cars identification chips (RFID), as well as GPS locators and blockers. According to several news , the brazilian government hurries to …

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May 21

FTAC = ThinkPolice???

This article will be the first of the “BigBrother Uk” series. On it, I will expose how the british government is gradually deploying a totalitarian state, on lines of the book/movie 1984.There are thousands of CCTV’s in the roads, laws controling the internet, photos forbidden on the streets, among other things that appear more a …

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