In what is becoming a “new normal“, we now have an entire generation of children – now becoming teens and young adults – that have never known what it was like to live in a free society without comprehensive surveillance.
The social engineers are now honing their ability to make you want to buy things, do things, vote for or against certain candidates, and otherwise shape your daily thoughts and actions.
See James Corbett’s report, Psychographics 101 if you doubt me. Another great resource I recommend you check out from James Corbett are the show notes for his presentation, You Are Being Programmed to Accept the Global ID Control Grid. Chilling stuff that is here NOW.
The monitoring and tracking of people have become commonplace and huge databases are being compiled on every citizen. Huge multinational corporations like Acxiom, Oracle Data Cloud, Epsilon, and a host of other data analytic marketing companies have sprung up collecting and indexing just about everything you do. One such company, Cambridge Analytica boasts about their ability to combine over 5,000 pieces of data that they can collect on any given individual – from what airlines they’ve flown on to what magazines they’re subscribed to and everything else you can possibly imagine – to help create “psychographic” profiles of that person.
President Trump signed into law S.J.Res.34 in 2017 that will nullify the Federal Communications Commission’s final rule titled “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunication Services,” 81 Fed. Reg. 87274, thus allowing internet providers to sell customers’ sensitive search histories, including medical and financial searches, to marketers.
The rule, passed by the FCC at the tail end of President Obama’s second term, heavily regulated how internet providers and telecom companies could use their customers’ data, requiring them to get permission before sharing them with marketers.
Apparently now, they are free to sell that information without getting your permission. “This resolution is a vote for big corporate profits over the rights and civil liberties of average people,” Nathan White, Senior Legislative Manager at the internet advocacy group Access Now, said in a statement.