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News Burst 9 December 2019
- ‘About 800,000’ join Hong Kong protest on eve of six-month anniversary of anti-government unrest
- A large share of countries around the world are now using Chinese AI surveillance technology, including facial recognition technology, in full or in part. Huawei is supplying AI surveillance technology to 50 countries in the world.
- Manhunt Underway For Missing Saudi Students After Shooting At Pensacola Naval Base. Authorities investigating the attack at a U.S. naval base in Florida are reportedly looking for several Saudi nationals that are missing and may be linked to the shooting.
- In a coordinated global law enforcement operation, Europol has taken down more than 30,500 websites for distributing counterfeit and pirated items over the Internet and arrested three suspects.
- Democrat operative and Robert Mueller chief witness George Nader was indicted, with seven others, for his involvement in illegal campaign contributions from foreign entities to the Hillary campaign in 2016. Nader was one of Mueller’s top witnesses and he is a top Democrat donor and convicted child molester.
- Manhunt underway for missing Saudi students after shooting at Pensacola naval base.
- Another Tesla Model 3 on autopilot has slammed into an inanimate object. The Tesla, on autopilot, slammed into two vehicles. One vehicle was a Connecticut State Police cruiser. The driver was checking on his dog in the back seat.
- The co-pilot of financier Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane, dubbed the “Lolita express”, told private investigator Mike Fisten that Bill Clinton flew on his jet “numerous times”. Epstein’s first pilot, described as “his most dedicated pilot”, refused to talk to investigators.
- The UK’s largest money printing company, De La Rue, which provides Britain with its national banknotes, passports, and tax stamps, has recently issued a statement where it expressed “significant doubt” over its future, citing “material uncertainty”.
- 20 executions in the United States in 2019, 8 in Texas.
- According to Inuit Elders, natives to the Arctic regions in Canada, the United States and Greenland, the Earth has shifted. Inuit Elders have issued a warning not only to the UN and NASA, but to mankind in general, saying that climate change cannot be blamed solely on global warming and that our planet is shifting. Inuit Elders say that our planet has ‘wobbled,’ warning how ‘their sky has changed.’
- Art (?) object “Money throne x10”, a glass throne filled with $1 million in bills that was created by Russian artist Alexey Sergienko. ⇒ Img
- A Reagan Institute survey has found that nearly half of all American military households view Russia as more of an ally than a threat. Pentagon officials reckon they’ve been brainwashed by the Kremlin.
- The United States Department of Justice disclosed the identities of two Russian hackers and charged them for developing and distributing the Dridex Banking Trojan using which the duo stole more than $100 million over a period of 10 years. Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev.
- Four Firefox or Chrome widely installed browser extensions have been caught collecting a lot more data on its millions of users than they are intended to, including your detailed browsing history.
- Avast Online Security
- AVG Online Security
- Avast SafePrice
- AVG SafePrice
- Tropical Cyclone Belna 70 kts ↓ 975 hPa ↑ Indian Ocean – N of Madagascar Moving S
Strongest EQ in Europe M4.3 Crete, Greece
Strongest EQ in US M4.0 Alaska
Strongest EQ on the Planet M5.2 Costa Rica
Deepest EQ M4.3 231 km New ZealandNews Burst 9 December 2019