Samsung Responds to Privacy Concerns Over TVs Recording "Personal" Conversations
Private communications being sent to government?
by Paul Joseph Watson
AirAsia flight QZ8501: Objects on seabed believed to be wreckage of crashed plane
Four “large objects” that are believed to be part of the wreckage of AirAsia flight QZ8501 have been detected on the ocean floor.
by London Independent

Fatal AirAsia Flight Violated Route Permit: Indonesian Transport Ministry
AirAsia flight QZ8501 did not have proper authorization to fly the Surabaya – Singapore route on Sunday, the day the plane crashed, while carrying 162 people on board.
by Sputnik
Some People Actually Think the Earth is 2015 Years Old
You’ll be shocked at the stupidity of these tweets.
by Paul Joseph Watson

FBI Busted Falsely Blaming North Korea for Sony Hack
I Hate North Korea’s Leaders … But They Didn’t Do It.
by Washington's Blog
North Korea Not Responsible for Sony Pictures Hacking: US Cyber Experts
US cyber experts have expressed skepticism about the FBI’s conclusion that North Korea was behind the notorious attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, citing lack of evidence.
by Sputnik

Was FBI wrong on North Korea?
“Sony was not just hacked, this is a company that was essentially nuked from the inside.”
by CBS
A Cyber War With North Korea And An Economic War With Russia
We are now engaged in a cyber war with North Korea and an economic war with Russia
by Michael Snyder

Saudi Arabia Sentences 3 Lawyers to Jail for Tweets
Saudi Arabia’s fear of the viral free-speech platform Twitter has been well documented as of late.
by Michael Krieger
‘Calibration error’ changes GOP votes to Dem in Illinois county
Early voting in Illinois got off to a rocky start Monday, as votes being cast for Republican candidates were transformed into votes for Democrats.
by Fox News

Top Features of Apple iOS8 Revealed
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the new iOS8 operating system is safer then its competitors. We put it to the test.
Mystery Surrounds Unexplained Cellphone Tower in NC
Tower not being used by any major communications company.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Pocket-Sized Surveillance Drone Can Fly Through Windows
UAV could end up in the hands of law enforcement.
by Paul Joseph Watson
The Era Of Widespread Biometric Indentification And Microchip Implants Is Here
Are you ready to have your veins scanned every time you use your bank account?
by Michael Snyder

iPhone 6 'Apple Pay' Fingerprint System Stokes "Mark of the Beast" Fears
Twitter explodes with concerns over biblical warning.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Apple Doesn’t Take Customer Security Seriously – 5 Irresponsible and Shocking Lapses
Many people are rightly wondering whether how vulnerable their data is. The answer appears to be “very”.
by Michael Krieger