Recently, I published a short ebook about online privacy, and how you can protect yourself against surveillance by Big Tech and governments from online surveillance. Some practical tips on how to minimize and even avoid intrusions of your privacy.
What I realize, however, is that most people don’t seem to get how much data is being collected about them. The seriousness of all this data collection and how it is used seems to elude most people, even after the shocking revelations of Edward Snowden and Google whistleblowers.
Therefore, I want to share more information about what kind of tools the opposition uses. Maybe this will help more people to see the gravity of the situation, and the level of data gathering options which any government agency or company or person can use.
Introducing Shadow Dragon SocialNet. “Like most of us, criminals enjoy the benefits of online activities and social networking. SocialNet captures these digital tracks, maps against their aliases, and explores their connections in near real time to expedite your investigations and threat analysis.”
As Shadow Dragon states on their website: “Our Mission: We strive to help businesses, law enforcement, governments, and military focus on effective investigation or analysis. In other words, we exist so the good guys win and the bad guys lose.”
This is where things get tricky. The USA, for example, has a long history of the government lying to and abusing the people. And who are the “bad guys?” Anyone asking questions about the side-effects of experimental vaccines is a bad guy these days, right?
Without getting too deep into a discussion about surveillance and human rights, I just want to invite you to watch the video below. It shows you how your whole online life is open for observation and analysation, if you don’t cover your tracks.