Aliased Sweetie of Philippines
‘Terre des Hommes carried out a 10-week sting near Amsterdam, posing on video chat rooms as “Sweetie”, a 10-year-old Filipina girl.
‘Some 20,000 men contacted her, with 1,000 found to have offered her money.
‘The names of these men – including 110 Britons – were passed to police…’
Personal info gets donated then resold
Goodwill caught selling donors’ personal information
‘Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana has launched an internal investigation after 13 Investigates discovered the charity has been selling tax returns, medical records, social security numbers and other sensitive information mistakenly donated by its customers.
‘The personal information WTHR found for sale at Goodwill Outlet Stores has angered donors, shocked law enforcement and raised policy questions about the charity, which receives 1.9 million donations annually…’
Implantable Chip Makes It Easy For Anyone To Become A Cyborg [Video]
So many RFIDs are being invented you wonder which of them is the 666 chip
‘This tiny device has the potential to give humans the ability to unlock their doors or log into a computer by a simple arm gesture.
‘The xNT implantable NFC (Near Field Communication) chip is a pin-sized RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) tag that hopes to make implantable technology a mainstream occurrence. By turning their bodies into a micro data center, users will potentially be able to perform day-to-day deeds just by flashing their arm.
‘The xNT is a 2mm x 12mm device compatible with all NFC compliant devices such as mobile phones and tablets and can be used to launch URLs, share contact details or even unlock phones. It is also ISO14443A compliant, which means it can be linked with commercial readers i.e. door locks, car ignitions and computer login systems…’
11 Amazing Creations Discovered In Dreams
Ex: The Terminator
Does an emotionless cyborg killing machine that looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger seem like a nightmare to you? It was a nightmare for James Cameron. He was fighting a 102-degree fever when a vision of a robot dragging itself along the floor with a knife came to him in his sleep. Apparently Cameron brainstorms best in a dream state: it’s how he thought of Avatar as well.