Smart Cities: Die zukünftigen digitalen Gefängnisse des “Großen Neustarts (Great Reset)” | www.konjunktion.info

29-03-21 01:54:00,

Veröffentlicht 29. März 2021

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Bereits im Juni 2015 verfasste ich den ersten Artikel zum Thema Smart Cities, in dem ich explizit davor warnte, dass die Privatsphäre in solchen “intelligenten Städten” nur noch ein Relikt der Vergangenheit sein wird.

Wenige Wochen danach im August 2016 eine dreiteilige Reihe mit dem Titel BRICS-Staaten und der Westen: Zwei Seiten der gleichen Medaille – Das Beispiel China, die explizit auf die Rolle Chinas auf dem Weg in die – damals noch – Neue Weltordnung, heute “Großer Neustart” einging. Ich empfehle vor der Lektüre des nachfolgenden, eigentlichen Artikels diese kleine Reihe als Art Vorspan zu lesen, da sie aufzeigt, mit welchen Mechanismen im Zuge der Implementierung der Agenda 21 und Agenda 2030 gearbeitet wurde und bis dato gearbeitet wird.

Die nunmehr bald sechs Jahre alte Reihe schloß ich damals mit dem Satz:

Die Herausforderung liegt darin diese glitzernde technofaschistische Vision als das, was sie ist, zu erkennen: Eine globale Diktatur.

Der nachfolgende Artikel kann als “Fortsetzung” der damaligen Gedanken gesehen werden und zeigt, wie weit die Internationalisten/Globalisten/Eliten (IGE) letztlich unter dem Euphemismus des “Großen Neustarts” bereits gekommen sind.

Smart City - Bildquelle: Pixabay / geralt; Pixabay License

Smart City – Bildquelle: Pixabay / geralt; Pixabay License

Der Glaube und das Bestreben an bzw. nach der Implementierung einer “Smart City”-Zukunft wird von internationalen Organisationen wie dem Weltwirtschaftsforum, den nach außen auftretenden Architekten des “Großen Neustarts (The Great Reset)”, vorangetrieben.

Die Öffentlichkeit wird gezielt in Richtung einer solchen “Smart City”-Zukunft getrieben, von der uns gesagt wird, dass sie systemischen Rassismus, Überbevölkerung, Umweltverschmutzung und Kriminalität beenden wird. Zahlreiche berechtigte Bedenken gegenüber der Smart-City-Bewegung zeigen auf, dass ohne angemessene Schutzmaßnahmen diese Vision das Ende der Privatsphäre, des Eigentums und der Bewegungsfreiheit bedeuten wird. Also genau jenes Bestrebens der WEF, das Privateigentum zu verbieten, dessen Verbot “wir auch noch lieben werden”. Dies ist der Traum des Weltwirtschaftsforums und seiner Partner bei den Vereinten Nationen.

WEF in 10 Jahren - Bildquelle: Screenshot-Ausschnitt Offizielles WEF-Video

WEF in 10 Jahren – Bildquelle: Screenshot-Ausschnitt Offizielles WEF-Video

In einer Zukunft,

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Smart Homes Can Easily Be Hacked and Most Internet of Things Devices Don’t Have Any Security Standards – Activist Post

05-02-21 11:36:00,

By B.N. Frank

“Smart” Homes may sound like the coolest thing ever.  However, privacy and security experts have warned for many years about privacy and cybersecurity risks associated with ALL “Smart” and wireless technology including “Smart” home appliances (Alexa, Google Nest, etc.), light bulbs, TVs, and everything that uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology (see 1, 2).

Last month, researchers proposed product warning labels that would make it easier for consumers to understand the risks.  Of course, manufacturers may not be interested in advertising any of this because their “Smart” products also allow them to collect data on consumers to analyze and sell to 3rd parties.  This is referred to as “Surveillance Capitalism.”

More details about “Smart” home hacking and IoT vulnerability were described in a recent article.

From Simius:

Can Smart Homes be Hacked?

Can Smart Homes be Hacked? This is a very important question, especially when getting hacked means people can gain unwanted access into your home. Most smart home owners are either to scared to find out the answer or do not know enough about home networking to understand the answer.

We spent some time researching this question. We also spent a lot more time finding a way to convey the answer in such a way that the average (or potential) smart home owner can understand and gain valuable insights.

Let’s get straight into the answer.

The Short Answer

The short answer is YES, smart homes can definitely be hacked. Let’s briefly go over why. You should stick around however and read the long answer too as it gives important background into why smart homes can be hacked.

The Long (but Important) Answer

Smart Homes and IoT

You cannot talk about smart homes without mentioning IoT (Internet of Things). All smart home devices are IoT devices but not all IoT devices are smart home devices.

Why is this so important? Initially, IoT devices were targeted to factories and manufacturing-focused enterprises. The main selling point was being able to use these devices to monitor the factories in real-time and to also allow factory owners to automate certain aspects of the factory.

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The FBI Says Your “Smart TV” is Watching and Listening to You. How to Stop That and Reduce Its Harmful Radiation Emissions – Activist Post

28-01-21 11:28:00,

By B.N. Frank

Privacy and cyber security experts have warned for many years about risks associated with ALL “Smart” and wireless technology – cell phones (see 1, 2, 3), medical devices and implants (see 1, 2), personal and “Smart” home appliances, light bulbs, and wearables (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), utility “Smart” meters (electric, gas, and water), and everything that uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology (see 1, 2).

Last month, researchers from Carnegie Melon University proposed product warning labels that would make it easier for consumers to understand all of this.  Of course, manufacturers may not be in a hurry to use them because their “Smart” products allow them to collect data on consumers to analyze and sell to 3rd parties.  This is referred to as “Surveillance Capitalism.”

Activist Post reported last year about “Smart TVs” spying on owners.

Here’s another creepy article about that from Simius:

4 ways your Smart TV is Watching you

Today we are going to be talking about 4 ways your smart tv is watching you. Smart TV’s have helped change the way we consume media. For some, it gives better content options than what is available locally. For others, it is a cheaper high-quality alternative to regular TV (especially this year, due to the pandemic, cord-cutting rates are at record highs). It is expected that the number of cord-cutters will reach almost 50% in the next 5 years.

Although, there are some oddities with the way smart TV’s and their market operates.

For example, have you ever wondered why smart TVs are so cheap? In fact, some smart TVs are cheaper than their “dumb” counterparts. Are these companies so nice that they will charge you so little for their amazing tech?

However, with all the good things smart TVs bring, there are some sinister bad’s and we are going to be exploring those bad’s thoroughly in this article.

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How “Smart” Bulbs Track Your Behavior (Even When Lights Are Turned Off) and Why Manufacturers Want Your Data – Activist Post

27-01-21 12:52:00,

By B.N. Frank

Privacy and security experts have warned for many years about privacy and cybersecurity risks associated with ALL “Smart” and wireless technology – cell phones (see 1, 2, 3), medical devices and implants (see 1, 2), personal and “Smart” home devices and wearables (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), utility “Smart” meters (electric, gas, and water), and everything that uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology (see 1, 2). Last month, researchers from Carnegie Melon University proposed product warning labels that would make it easier for consumers to understand this.

Of course, manufacturers may not be in a hurry to use them because their “Smart” products allow them to collect data on consumers to analyze and sell to 3rd parties.  This is referred to as “Surveillance Capitalism.” “Smart” light bulbs can be used for this as well.

From CDN Simius:

Let’s talk about 3 ways your smart bulb is spying on you.

Wait, smart bulbs can be used for spying?

Yes, we always think it’s only hackers trying to breach our privacy and monitor our private moments. However, with these devices, the companies that operate them sometimes have ulterior motives.

Why the focus on smart bulbs? Well, most people imagine their higher fidelity smart devices (like smart assistants) have the ability to spy on them. However, they cannot believe a device like a smart bulb, that can only turn off and on, could give any usable observations to eavesdroppers. This is far from the truth.

Let’s get into the 3 ways your smart bulb is spying on you.

How smart bulbs spy on you

Bulb Telemetry (tracking when it’s turned on/off)

Smart Bulb always on dataPhoto by Vitaly Vlasov from Pexels

You turn your lights on, you turn your lights off, so what? The only data that could ever come from a smart bulb is binary and could never be useful to anyone right?

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Smart Toilets Will Use Anal Fingerprints

17-01-21 11:23:00,

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