By Harry Hopkins The major supermarkets in the UK continue in their quest to introduce groundbreaking technology into their stores. Tesco (300,000+ employees) would appear to be spearheading this drive with its latest offering. It is trialling its ‘magic tills’ that enable customers to pick up their groceries, drop them in their basket and by
Stop Britain sleepwalking into a database state Follow the steps below to call on your MP to put a “right to use a non-digital ID” into law. Step 1: Copy the template letter below to send to your MP. Step 2: Paste, personalise and send the email to your MP. Make sure you personalise your
Don’t Connect Your Phone To Your Car! Modern cars are a privacy nightmare. It’s worse than you realize. In this video we dive into all the types of data your car is collecting about you: from video footage, microphone recordings, location data, biometrics, all the way to files/contacts/photos ingested from your phone! (NBTV, with Naomi
A response by a reader to ‘Don’t kill cash’ Do you really think that the elderly and others are going to scan a code? Government and ministers are a tiny percentage of the population and in no way represent the desires of us people. They act like they think they should act (the money helps).
By Hugh Williams Early last August, I suddenly found myself talking to an AI phone answering system provided by my pension company. The voice at the other end called itself Bonnie; it pretended to be human but said it was not. I found the experience very unnerving and so I wrote and complained to the
From the National Scot: Benefit claimants will reportedly have their bank accounts monitored under new “Big Brother” anti-fraud plans drawn up by the UK Government. The law change is due to be introduced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement expected later this month, The Telegraph reports. Ministers told the paper the change could save the taxpayer
Smart technology is not for our benefit – it’s a digital prison from which there will be no escape. Social Credit Scoring Rolling out in China and Italy, and companies are already having to deal with this coercion in the form of ‘ESG investing’. If they don’t play along, they go bankrupt. Now take it
This is one of the essays from the Writing Challenge 2023 that didn’t make it into the book, but is still worth reading! Find more essays in our latest book ‘How to Avoid Digital Slavery’. By Cherry Hughes “What do we need to be scared of ?” You may well ask. Where shall we start?
We are ever more pushed into a dehumanised digital world. I don’t want this. (Richard Vobes/YT) In this video Richard also recommends the White Rose Book How to Avoid Digital Slavery and recites that we should take back control and live a healthy life in freedom. See also: Living Off-Grid – Part One: He Lives
This is one of the essays from the Writing Challenge 2023 that didn’t make it into the book, but is still worth reading! Find more essays in our latest book ‘How to Avoid Digital Slavery’. By Andy Thomas In a post-reset future, Josh discovers a girl who went into Lockdown and never came out Josh