May 22, 2018

Activist Post | May 22, 2018 CET | ~ Google Removes “Don’t Be Evil” From Its Conduct As Employees Quit In Droves Over Project Maven ~ | .. Google has removed the phrase “Don’t be evil” from its Code of Conduct; this comes as at least 4,000 employees have expressed outrage over the company’s decision to work with the Pentagon’s Project Maven and amid a leaked video called the “Selfish Ledger” exposing internal Google dialogue to create a dystopia run by the big social giant .. | Blogger: [🛩️.. Predator/Grey Eagle/Reaper/Raven/Puma/ScanEagle and you name it... Like the Intelligence Services & The military–industrial complex (MIC), George Orwell created hell in paradise ... The Urban Drone War is Here! .. EVERYBODY knows about the Google-CIA/NSA/DARPA co-op .. 🛩️] ... 💬 'Criminals will soon realize a single flying gadget won’t help them so much and will be drawn into a drone arms race requiring each side to ramp up their drone numbers in order to win any encounter (FBI Director Christopher Wray)' ... ".. | 💨 UAVs IN THE U.S. MILITARY: -- Nearly a quarter of the Air Force pilots trained and authorized to fly drones quit their jobs each year, according to Mother Jones. Military officials site fatigue, stress, war weariness and a perceived lack of respect from superiors and fellow soldiers as the culprits behind the turnover. They also say that the dearth of trained drone pilots leaves military members and assets on the ground in foreign lands at risk [sources: Chatterjee, Majumdar].. " ... | 💨US SACRAMENTO: -- Residents Outraged By Secret Drone Program Spying on Neighborhood: A group of residents from Sacramento’s Land Park neighborhood are expressing their disgust with a secret drone program that has been exposed in the last month. As reported by Sacramento’s CBS local affiliate, John Mattox was the first to notice a low-flying drone in the late-night and early morning hours hovering over his neighborhood: “The drone would fly over here, come over my neighbor’s house, fly over our house right here,” he said. “You come home from work, it would be operating, go to bed it was still operating, and this would repeat day after day.” .... | 💨 UAS Denmark - International Test Center & Cluster (Military & Police): Denmark has signed an agreement to re-enter NATO's precious and high priority Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) project with unmanned drone aircraft. It costs approx. DKK 300 million. The project is called one of NATO's most prestigious military future projects... | 💨DANISH POLICE: -- will use drones throughout the country. In future, the police will use drones as a means of solving crimes and finding fugitives (acc. to a danish newspaper). 💭 What they don't say is that, The Copenhagen Police are using helicopters, small military surveillance aircrafts and drones in the air with shotguns serviced over the war-wrecked Nørrebro & Freetown Christiania (and other places in DK). Some say that the Danish National Police is monitoring EVERY single citizen with internet enabled devices, criminal or not (from the air)... | 💨 With DKK 64 million will secure Denmark an international leading role in developing groundbreaking drone technology. The Funen Dronecenter in Odense Airport, UAS Denmark, sees great opportunities in the new test and development center for drones, which the Armed Forces will place at the airport ... PS: (danish): Lyt til nogle af Radio24Syvs' 'Aflyttet' programmer og du vil forstå mig, når jeg siger, at droner bliver misbrugt på dansk jord mod befolkningen ... |


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