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Here is a collection of news items and social media posts from the last week relating to the rollout of digital identities in various countries.
Tags: CURRENT EVENTS, DICTATORSHIP
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When Amazon first pitched Amazon Go stores, consumers were impressed because the company promised a futuristic shopping experience where shoppers could simply grab what they needed and exit the store without having to check out. After all, that part of the shopping experience would be taken care of by artificial intelligence (AI). However, Amazon recently canceled the cutting-edge AI tech called Just Walk Out, which was employing the skills of 1,000 Indian employees. The Indian employees, who were probably low-paid, were allegedly sitting in an office and remotely monitoring what shoppers were adding to their baskets.
Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET
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Illegal migration under President Joe Biden is approaching the total of all legal migration processed at Ellis Island in New York from 1892 to 1954. According to the National Pulse, Ellis Island accepted more than 12 million immigrants legally seeking American citizenship during its 62 years of operation. In contrast, Biden's open borders policy has already seen an influx of at least 9.4 million illegal immigrants who recently arrived – with almost 10 months remaining until the next inauguration.
Tags: IMMIGRATION/GLOBALISM
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Royal Navy recruits are no longer required to prove they can swim, in a move which critics have blasted as a 'desperate' relaxing of standards. Future applicants will be able to 'self-declare' if they can swim, according to an insider source. It comes after the Royal Navy were forced to turn to social media in January to recruit for a top commander role amid a serious drop in recruitment figures in the last year.
Tags: CURRENT EVENTS, GREAT BRITAIN/ UK, WAR/DRAFT/ VETERAN AFFAIRS
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Apple recently pushed out iOS 17.4.1 'over the air,' meaning it downloads automatically. Some iPhone owners are finding that it made their phones crash or freeze. Fortunately there is a fix.
Tags: COMPUTERS/INTERNET, CONSUMER RIGHTS / PRODUCT REPORTS, CURRENT EVENTS
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As has been widely reported this week, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that the Swiss Government failed to respect the human rights of a group of frail, elderly women in the face of the ‘climate emergency’. The decision requires the Swiss Government to implement more radical policies to meet the country’s commitments to the Paris agreement, including increasing the tax on fossil fuels. But the implications of this new precedent affect every state that‘s a signatory of the European Convention on Human Rights, including the U.K. What evidence did the court draw from, and what drove its decisions?
Tags: CLIMATEGATE, DICTATORSHIP, EUROPE
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A New Jersey eye doctor has received 25 calls and visits from patients who complain of eye problems after watching the solar eclipse. He warned it only takes a few seconds to damage the retina.
Tags: CURRENT EVENTS, SCIENCE/ HEALTH/ CLIMATE/ NATURE
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The U.K. is housing so many asylum seekers that more than half the foreign aid budget earmarked for poor countries is now being spent in Britain, new figures suggest.
Tags: GREAT BRITAIN/ UK, IMMIGRATION/GLOBALISM
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In so many words CDC has quietly admitted that all of the indignities of the COVID-19 pandemic have failed: the masks, the distancing, the lockdowns, the closures, and especially the vaccines, says Harvey Risch.
Tags: CURRENT EVENTS
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mRNA vaccines aid cancer development due to the use of modified mRNA designed to suppress immunity, a study in the International Journal of Biological Macromolecules has found.
Tags: SCIENCE/ HEALTH/ CLIMATE/ NATURE
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Caroline Dove and Becky Ward, from Cambridgeshire, have been cooking and delivering hundreds of hot meals for people in need. They used to supply up to 40 meals twice a week when they started 18 months ago, but now it is about 90. “One of my elderly ladies was actually buying dog food because it was cheaper than human food,” said Ms Ward. “She said she’s gone through the war and the rations and all that sort of stuff and so dog food didn’t taste any different to her.”
Tags: ECONOMY, GREAT BRITAIN/ UK
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