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 Evolution of Payment Systems //

A must listen to 2 hours of radio.  Katherine knits together information she has discussed in aspects in various shows over the years.  Katherine goes through the evolution of payment systems.  Barter.  Cash for the price noted on the sticker. Checks.  The credit card.  All in an effort to control us.

50 years later, credit cards in the fabric of American life

50 years later, how the credit card has changed America

The history of credit cards

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Evolution of Payment Systems //

Katherine continues her discussion of the evolution of payment systems and the march to The Mark of the Beast.  What new technologies await us? 

"More than a quarter of UK consumers (27%) think they will be making  payments using wearable devices including watches and wristbands within  10 years, 22% think they will be regularly using their fingerprint to  make those payments and 7% think they will use a microchip embedded in  their body, research from Lloyds Bank reveals."

Singapore commuters trial wristband payments

Malaysia Will Begin Implementing RFID Tracking Tags On Vehicles

Malaysia will use RFID stickers to track vehicles

Half of Brits expect to replace cash with new technologies

Office complex implants RFID chips in employees' hands

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Windows 10 //  WiFi // Tracking //

Let me count the ways that Windows 10 spies on you and is generally evil.  You also need to be careful about wifi.  Katherine shares some steps you can take to minimized Windows spying.  Other versions may also have these issues.

Innocent Man Accused Of Child Pornography After Neighbor Pirates His WiFi

Broken Windows Theory

Windows 10 doesn’t offer much privacy by default: Here’s how to fix it

Even when told not to, Windows 10 just can’t stop talking to Microsoft

Microsoft backports data slurp to Windows 7 and 8 via patches/

Killing Cortana: How to disable Windows 10's info-hungry digital assistant

3 Windows 10 privacy dangers to fix now

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Mark Armitage // Dinosaur Cells // Triceratops //

What a fascinating story.  Could dinosaurs be much younger than we have been led to believe?  Mark was puzzled to discover soft tissue on a triceretops horn.  He investigated and published his results in highly-regarded scholarly journal.  Despite all aware of this, the lab director suddenly realized the implications and went ballistic.  There are a number of well regarded scientists who have also found soft tissue in allegedly fossilized dinosaur bones.

Backyard Microscope

Backyard Microscope - Facebook

Soft sheets of fibrillar bone from a fossil of the supraorbital horn of the dinosaur Triceratops horridus

Trumpeting a dinosaur horn

Scientists recover T.Rex soft tissue

University sued after firing creationist fossil hunter

Acta Histochemica - A Journal of Structural Biochemistry, Cell and Tissue Imaging

Soft Dinosaur cells project

Review: Old Stretchy The Dinosaur Bone Cell

Jesus is like my Scanning Electron Microscope: (a scientist looks at his relationship with the Creator)


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Windows 10  //

Privacy issues associated with Windows 10 - the worst spyware ever foisted on the world.

Microsoft is giving away the new Windows 10 operating system for free, instead of charging for it as in the past. Katherine explains that it's free because it's really spyware that combines all the privacy-invading surveillance of past decades and more. The default settings make it one of the the biggest scams ever foisted on the public. 
 
Microsoft explains that its new "Cortana" digital assistant "works best" by spying on you, oops, I mean learning about you, so they collect and use data from your calendars, apps, emails, text messages, phone calls, contacts, browsing history, device location, musical choices, alarm settings, and online purchases.

Cortana also turns your computer into a bug by using the microphone to listen to everything you say. "To provide personalized speech recognition, we collect your voice input, as well your name and nickname, your recent calendar events and the names of the people in your appointments, and information about your contacts including names and nicknames."

Microsoft will give all your details to Big Brother if he asks. According to their privacy statement, they "will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including your content (such as the content of your emails, other private communications or files in private folders), when we have a good faith belief that doing so is necessary to comply with applicable law or respond to valid legal process, including from law enforcement or other government agencies… [or] to enforce the terms governing the use of the services.’

Windows 10: Here are the privacy issues you should know about
Windows 10 may be free, but it comes at a huge price to your privacy

Windows 10 and Privacy
Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10 makes logging into friends’ networks easier, but may pose privacy and security concerns
How to disable the "Get Windows 10" message on your computer

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Chris Doggett // Kapersky Lab // Digital Amnesia

THE RISE AND IMPACT OF DIGITAL AMNESIA - Why We Need to Protect What We No Longer Remember

Americans face Digital Amnesia as connected devices are increasingly trusted to recall memories

Kapersky Lab

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