Technology Category

Watch Live: or Tuesday, 19 January 2016 @ 7:30pm (Pacific Time) – Victoria, BC, Canada Tonight the crew at FFFA TV are joined live in studio with Dan Merchant, Founder of The New Agora newspaper, the best print publication in Canada. We take your questions live on air and discuss the era of new media, self-governance, and the current state of affairs in the financial markets. Greg Hill reveals his list of the ‘5 Most Revolutionary Innovations of our Time’ with breakthroughs from consumer electronics to biomedical. BradRead More
Josh recently talked about and showed a video on our FFFA live broadcast about a recent CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) that no dinosaur media seemed interested in covering. The video comes from a group on youtube called “Suspicious Observers”, and you can find their youtube channel <here>. These good men and women put together the best open source information on the planet and tie it all together, from sun spot activity to earthquakes and magnetic field fluctuations, you can find all sorts of information here, and they produce a dailyRead More

Posted On December 7, 2014By we_are_changeIn Events, Technology

WACV Movie Night: The Human Microchipping Agenda

We are screening the documentary film ‘The Human Microchipping Agenda’ at Gorgeous Coffee starting at 7:00pm. Free copies of the film will be able at the screening. More
In recent news, fires caused by smart meters in Saskatchewan have caused SaskPower to start removing the new meters and going back to the old meters. (full story here) Immediately citizens concerned about smart meters began asking if the same would happen in BC. Our BC Energy Minister the Honourable Bill Bennett was quick to get in the media saying that BC has not had any fires related to smart meters. He continues to say BC would not be following the route SaskPower is and you can read his denialRead More
Sibel Edmonds | February 25, 2014 Original Source: Smart technology represents less of a breakthrough in power distribution and more of a revolution in complete, constant, panopticon-like surveillance of everyone. As these smart technologies begin to invade our homes, we are becoming mere nodes in a giant network that we yet but dimly comprehend. Called the “Internet of Things,” the plan is to create a network that will eventually include every single object on the planet. And as the public is finally becoming aware, such networks provide golden opportunitiesRead More

Posted On January 23, 2014By we_are_changeIn Technology

Google Chrome Bug Lets Sites Listen to Your Conversations

By exploiting bugs in Google Chrome, malicious sites can activate your microphone, and listen in on anything said around your computer, even after you’ve left those sites. Even when not using your computer – conversations, meetings and phone calls next to your computer may be recorded and compromised. More