Facebook Partners With CCP-controlled Hong Kong Government to Promote COVID-19 Vaccines – Vision Times

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REPLACING THE DEAD: Corporations already planning to replace “vaccinated” employees who will likely die within a few years

16-06-21 01:56:00, Image: REPLACING THE DEAD: Corporations already planning to replace “vaccinated” employees who will likely die within a few years

(Natural News) An executive who works in the oil and gas industry to strategize succession plans for large corporations has issued a warning that companies all around the world are already anticipating having to replace their “vaccinated” workers within the next few years.

In the followinf video from Brighteon.com, listen as the woman featured explains how the corporations she works with know full well that those injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) will more than likely die within the next three years, leaving employment holes that will need to be quickly filled:

“Companies need to plan for what’s going to happen as their staff move on … and succession planning is something that I help companies with, specifically recruitment services,” she explains.

“Executives are having their HR staff and their managers, superintendents, floormen, etc., go through and look at the staff that have received the vaccines, and they’re planning on having to replace them all within the next three years. What does that say to you?”

The woman does not name herself, but does claim that she runs a company that works in succession planning. We are taking her word for it, but it does resonate with what French virologist and Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier recently admitted about what will happen to jabbed people within the next few years.

“It’s got some of these guys literally in tears as they’re going through the company and literally checking off all of these individuals who have taken the vaccine, knowing that most likely within the next three years they’re going to have to replace that person,” the woman adds.

“This is a really big thing in the industry that I’m in. These massive gas and oil companies are looking to have to replace thousands of personnel.”

Injecting people with anything during a “pandemic” is unthinkable

Montagnier made similar comments during a recent interview, suggesting that once the injections run their course throughout a person’s body, death is pretty much certain. This could take weeks, months or years depending on the person.

“There is no hope and no possible treatment for those who have already been vaccinated,” Montagnier is quoted as saying.

Montagnier also railed on the idea of injecting people with anything at all during an alleged “pandemic,” calling it “unthinkable” because of the risks involved.

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EU-bankrolled cybersecurity firm develops intrusive tech that allows ‘anonymous’ snooping & remote control of net devices – media

16-06-21 01:55:00,

Flush with EU funds, a shadowy Spain-based cyberintelligence firm has reportedly created invasive surveillance tech that enables clients to take “remote and invisible control” of net-connected devices while evading detection.

The “anonymous interception” products, branded as ‘Invisible Man’ and ‘Night Crawler’, can remotely access files on a target’s device, discern their location, and even discreetly switch on cameras and microphones, according to WIRED magazine.

The developer, Mollitiam Industries, is also reportedly hyping up a tool that allows for the “mass surveillance of digital profiles and identities” across social media and even the dark web – which sounds strikingly similar to its work on a data-harvesting project funded in part by the EU’s Regional Development Fund.

That project is aimed at developing an automated intelligence-generation platform that analyzes and correlates large amounts of data “from open internet sources.” It is reportedly worth €650,000 ($788,027) and is slated to end in September.

However, that is only one of several EU-funded projects that have filled the company’s coffers, according to official documents accessed by WIRED. Although there is no full public listing of clients, a 2019 article from trade publication Intelligence Online noted that it works with Spain’s intelligence agency and cyberspace command unit.

“The fact that they received EU public money to develop their business is shocking. Mollitiam market capabilities that pose such a unique threat to our privacy and security that it’s highly debatable if such powers could ever be compatible with international human rights law,” Edin Omanovic, advocacy director at privacy watchdog Privacy International, told WIRED.

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Accessing unprotected online marketing materials, the report noted that Mollitiam’s “invisible low-stealth technology” and “low data and battery consumption” features allows its tools to operate without arousing suspicion.

Another feature is a keylogger that comes built-in with the spyware – allowing for the tracking and recording of every keystroke a target makes on an infected device, including passwords, web search activity and even texts exchanged on encrypted messaging apps.

During a recent webinar, Mollitiam showcased its tech’s ability to record WhatsApp calls and divulged details of social engineering and phishing tactics used “to gain the target’s trust.”

The report comes at a time when privacy concerns are being raised about efforts by law enforcement and intelligence agencies to gain access to personal data by circumventing encrypted messaging technologies.

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Gates empire still intact as newly-divorced Melinda recasts herself as HR maven to Biden administration – reports

16-06-21 01:55:00,

Melinda Gates, who split with Microsoft founder-turned-vaccine-evangelist Bill Gates last month in a surprise but reportedly long-brewing divorce, is diving into politics, according to an Axios report on her policy ambitions.

Now calling herself Melinda French Gates, the billionaire’s former spouse has wasted no time seeking out a selection of senior figures in domestic policy to woo with her infrastructure plans, the report says. On Monday, she ventured to Washington, DC on a mission to talk paid leave with White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain and Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice, while she plans to visit Senator Patty Murray (D-Washington), among others, on Tuesday.

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Murray is not only chair of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee, but also chair of the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education. Such committee assignments would certainly attract Gates, who has reportedly followed up the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s gargantuan Covid-19 vaccine initiative with a lobbying push for more paid leave and childcare – busily keeping her name in the headlines with her soon-to-be-ex-husband nowhere in sight.

Under the aegis of her organization Pivotal Ventures, which she launched in 2015 independently of her husband, the former Microsoft manager is hoping to convince the Biden administration to adopt some of her infrastructure and paid leave policies as part of the infrastructure package he has promised Americans.

However, if the Biden administration’s recent push to redefine paid leave and other benefits traditionally considered “perks” as “care infrastructure” moves forward, Democrats will need all the help they can get to ram it through – especially from an influential figure like Gates.

While the Gateses’ split has been attributed in US media to Melinda’s discomfort with Bill’s long-running relationship with notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, there had always been speculation about his infidelities. Even as he married Melinda in 1994, it was reportedly with an understanding that Bill would be permitted to spend one long-weekend per year with his old flame Ann Winblad.

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Tech Firms Roll Out Facial Recognition Apps for Consumers. What Are the Risks? • Children’s Health Defense

15-06-21 06:42:00,

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Over the past few years we’ve focused our discussion of face recognition on government use, and with good reason. It’s a powerful and dangerous surveillance tool, and in the last decade a huge number of law enforcement entities have begun using it.

But now we also need to pay attention to another emerging application of the technology that could have severe ramifications for the privacy and safety of private citizens: unrestricted personal use.

Recently an app called PimEyes has been garnering attention for its plans to offer consumer access to face recognition: Subscribers can run a photo of any individual they want through PimEyes’ systems, which will attempt to identify the person by returning every photo it can find online that might be a match.

Face matches across the web — from blogs, online photo albums, YouTube, even pornographic websites — will be accessible to anyone for just $30 a month.

PimEyes operates by scraping images from across the internet (often in violation of sites’ terms of use meant to protect users). This is much like Clearview AI — a face recognition company with a problematic history of misrepresentations on how its tech works — that is considering expanding to public consumer use as well.

Expanding use of face recognition and placing it in the hands of individuals everywhere presents several serious risks that policymakers need to grapple with before it becomes a widely accessible tool for abuse.

Stalking and harassment

The first major risk from consumer-focused face recognition is how it could be weaponized by stalkers and for harassment. This has already become a problem abroad with FindFace, an app created by a Russian company that works similarly to PimEyes. It’s not hard to imagine how a technology that turns your smartphone into a personal encyclopedia about anyone you see in a bar or coffee shop could be abused. For instance, individuals seeking to remain hidden from former partners who threatened or engaged in domestic violence could easily be put at risk.

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