Surveillance

TikTok’s China-Based Parent Company Planned to Use App to Monitor the Location of Specific U.S. Citizens

A bombshell report from Forbes on Thursday accused TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, of planning to use location data collected on the app to track and monitor some American citizens.

U.S. Military Bases Sell Chinese Govt-Made Smart Devices With Privacy Policies Stating Data Can Be Sent to China

The United States government is actively selling potential surveillance devices to American military personnel and families on military bases that are directly manufactured by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), The National Pulse can reveal.

A Big Picture Look at the Disastrous Public Health Response to COVID-19

An underlying principle of public health is, or was, to provide the public with accurate information so that they can make good health choices for themselves and their community.

FBI Has ‘Voluminous Evidence’ of Hunter Biden’s ‘Potential Criminal Conduct’: Whistleblowers

The FBI is in possession of “voluminous evidence” of “potential criminal conduct” by President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden related to his overseas business dealings with China and Ukraine, according to new whistleblower disclosures.

Wawa to Close Two Philly Locations Citing ‘Safety and Security Challenges’ After Flash Mobs Ransack Store

Wawa will close two of its locations in Philly citing ‘safety and security challenges’ after flash mobs ransacked the stores. Surveillance video of Wawa being...

Silicon Valley Titan Keith Krach Calls for Universities to Divest Funds From China

Silicon Valley veteran Keith Krach recently published an open letter call for universities to divest from Chinese companies involved in China’s genocide against its Uyghur population.

Durham Puts FBI on Trial Alongside Russian Collusion Informant

Igor Danchenko is the named defendant at this week's trial, charged with lying as an informant in the now discredited Russia collusion investigation.

Suspects in Murder of Georgia Teen Arrested, Held Without Bond

The two men who allegedly shot and killed 18-year-old Elijah DeWitt, a rising football star who got into an altercation with the men in Lawrenceville, Georgia on October 5, appeared in court on Wednesday where the judge decided they were a flight risk and would be held without bond.

FBI Intel Analyst Tells Durham Agency Offered Steele $1M to Corroborate Dossier

An FBI analyst on Tuesday in federal court told Special Counsel John Durham the agency offered former British spy Christopher Steele "up to $1 million" to corroborate evidence in his now-discredited dossier that was central to a federal investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.

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