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Wild Friday: Can Apps Protect You From Ver-Eyes-On Adver-Spyers?

Our friends at the Electronic Frontier Foundation want you to know that Stanford’s Jonathan Mayer and ProPublica show how Verizon’s undeleteable UIDH mobile tracking header is used by adver-spyer Turn.com to respawn deleted cookies.

The only complete protection from being tracked by Verizon’s injected headers is to follow the advice in Verizon’s privacy policy, and not use their product at all:

If you do not want information to be collected for marketing purposes from services such as the Verizon Wireless Mobile Internet services, you should not use those particular services.

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Wild Friday: Parallel Realities

Gilbert Ross writes:

The idea of parallel universes is certainly not something new. It has been entertained in popular media since the existence of universes existing simultaneously has been theorised in Quantum Physics. Many Sci-fi novels and T.V series scripts have been written based on the idea.… Read the rest

Wild Friday: Astral Travel

At last! A practical guide to astral travel for dummies made easy.  Thanks to Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s series on the Siddha Tradition we have this speech on the topic Parakaaya Pravesha or astral travel. He reluctantly used the word astral travel, as there really isn’t an English word to explain this phenomenal concept.… Read the rest

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Wild Friday: Zuckerberg’s Plan For World Domination In Trouble

Facebook’s top snoop and social engineer Mark Zuckerberg said, “We have a historic opportunity ahead of us to improve the lives of billions of people. It’s just the right thing to do.”

Internet.org is essentially a mobile application that provides free access to a handful of other applications, platforms and websites, including Facebook, Wikipedia and the BBC.… Read the rest

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Wild Friday: USA to Stop Texas Occupation

Thanks to Geoff for sharing this farcical response to pleas from Texas Governor Greg Abbott from the White House:

“We plan to withdraw all US military personnel and close all bases by December 2015”

In a brief statement President Obama said

“The US Occupation of Texas is over, the troops will finally be coming home after so many years.”

Some 250,000 personnel will be immediately affected.… Read the rest

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Wild Friday: How Conservatives Got Duped by Scam

Do you know anybody who is hoarding food for the apocalypse?  Online scammer Allen Baler says “Our philosophy is one man, one laptop, one million bucks. I just love the freedom of being able to make a nice income, to make a nice business and just be, basically, myself.” Or Frank Bates, whichever works!… Read the rest

Wild Friday: False Flag Aliens

Our friend James Corbett reports that, just like the moon landings, an alien invasion could be faked by the mass hysteria, I mean mass media.  He says “we all know about the crude pie-plate-on-string UFO hoaxes that have been perpetrated in the past.… Read the rest

Wild Friday: Utopia … No Really!

Last summer I met the genius Jacque Fresco at his futuristic Venus Project in central Florida. An engineering visionary and social optimist, his belief that abundance can be provided to everyone on Earth is demonstrated with models, buildings and visual tools that he uses to explain his system to visitors. … Read the rest

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Wild Friday: Luxury Apocalypse

Enjoy the end of the world from the comfort of a missile silo – for only 1.5 million.  Of course you will have to share your silo with other rich bastards while the zombies roam above until … well, what exactly?… Read the rest

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Wild Friday: Greasy Bribes, or Just Oily?

Besides a disregard for the environment, or people and animals destroyed by the oil spills, The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development reports big oil is number one when it comes to taking bribes. Here are some details from Common Dreams:

Large multinational corporations are behind the majority of documented bribes worldwide, with most payers and takers hailing from rich nations, according to a study released Tuesday by the 34-nation Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).… Read the rest