7. June 2013 08:29
MSN, owned by Microsoft, and an attendee at the Bilderberg meeting this year is implying that 'big data' may be the cause of the NSA/govt. increased spying. Meaning, that if there were technology advancements for handling large amounts of data, then it would only be natural for increased spying to o... [More]
6. June 2013 20:34
It is rumored that IE 10 has just doubled it's desktop presence, but for myself, i do not see how that is possible. Whenever using IE, it inevitably leads to the "Recover Webpage" annoying, very annoying message while you're getting a script error, even on the most popular of websites. And, when you... [More]
6. June 2013 18:41
Lately, there has been quite a buzz about NSA's ability to spy on the American public. It's (the spying) been going on sometime, but only now are new advances in handling large data-sets of information becoming privy to capturing any and all information.
An article by the Washington Post had this t... [More]
6. June 2013 17:43
If the inquiry for investigation is legit, nothing will come of it. And, if it isn't legit, then it is only to find that the elusive meeting is not about controlling the world.
The alternative media is often played like a fiddle by these global masters of the universe. For example, the AP sca... [More]
4. June 2013 17:47
Alex Jones, who investigates the meeting every year, seems to not be getting much coverage this year. For years, Jones has been saying this meeting takes place, while the 'establishment' has said it doesn't exist, but now admits the meeting takes place, afterall.
To keep Jones out, the following ac... [More]
4. June 2013 13:18
All three large tech companies are in attendance this year. Between these three companies alone, your searches, texts, email and shopping habits can all be obtained within minutes. Information control is paramount to control.
Why Is Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Attending 2013 Bilderberg ... [More]