Tech

  • John McAfee libertarian Why Libertarian Candidate John McAfee Doesn’t Use an iPhone (5/23/2016) - May 23, 2016—John McAfee, the computer programmer, businessman, and 2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidate was asked to share some ideas on why downloading free apps can pose a risk to your privacy. For the Business […]
  • Facebook to Map Your Home Using Artificial Intelligence (2/22/2016) - February 22, 2016—According to Yahoo News, Facebook’s Connectivity Labs is putting a great deal of effort into creating maps that would offer information on where its users live. This effort is part of the company’s […]
  • Who’s Right, Apple or the GOP? (2/18/2016) - February 18, 2016—Apple stood up this week to the FBI, publishing a letter detailing worrying requests from the government that would jeopardize data and invade the privacy of millions of iPhone users in the country. […]
  • Who Stands With Apple Against the Feds? (2/17/2016) - February 17, 2016—Tim Cook, published a customer letter explaining why Apple does not want to comply with the federal government’s latest request. According to the Apple CEO, the US government wants his company to build a backdoor to […]
  • Top 5 Ways Gov’t Is Ruining Self-Driving Cars (12/31/2015) - December 31, 2015—As the state of California unveils its new set of proposed rules for the self-driving technology, companies like Google shake their head in disbelief. According to several publications, the variety of requirements proposed […]
  • Ban Driving? Autonomous Cars Could Take Over (11/2/2015) - November 2, 2015—The latest reports coming from the Tokyo Motor Show indicate that the self-driving revolution is changing the way the auto industry looks at car making. As more members of the tech and auto […]
  • Coming Soon: Laser Drones (Flying Cars Coming Much Later) (9/24/2015) - September 24, 2015—The future is looking bright for military weapons technology. Drones still impress, but it’s the lasers that will be attached to them that are the new biggest thing. Laser drones are expected to […]
  • 360 Camera: DUI Attorney Arrest at DUI Checkpoint (9/11/2015) - September 11, 2015—”Know your rights” is always good advice, but what happens when law enforcement officers don’t know them? The “Fair DUI” attorney Warren Redlich made sure to find out last week, and now 360-degree […]
  • Rand Paul App Lets Users Influence Votes and Campaign (9/2/2015) - September 2, 2015—Politics is much more art than science this presidential campaign cycle, but Senator Rand Paul may be upgrading the whole process with the launch of his new app. “Rand Paul 2016,” available for […]
  • Auto Cyber Security, a Question of Expertise, Not Legislation (8/6/2015) - August 6, 2015—When cyber security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek gained access to a 2014 Jeep Cherokee and took control of its functions remotely, the world got a glimpse of what a cyber attack […]
  • New on Netflix: Taxes! Seriously, Streaming Services Are Taxed Now (7/3/2015) - July 3, 2015—Chicago is the first city to introduce a tax on streaming services like Netflix and Spotify. Like what you’re reading? Keep VoicesofLiberty.com going by contributing to the cause of freedom. It’s being labeled […]
  • Drones to Stop Mosquitoes From Spreading Disease (6/23/2015) - June 23, 2015—Over a million people die every year thanks to the mosquito. The viruses they carry are nearly impossible for doctors to detect before sick patients show up. But this would be a thing […]
  • ‘Follow the Damn Constitution’ Freshman Rep. Ted Lieu Tells NSA (5/1/2015) - May 1, 2015—Over 96 percent of incumbents were re-elected to Congress last election, but one freshman lawmaker’s challenge to mass surveillance shows that the new blood in the House will be heard. During hearings of […]
  • Ron Paul and Coin.mx Talk Bitcoin: Part 2 (4/30/2015) - If you missed it, check out Part 1 of this interview here. Ron Paul and Ania Amador delve more into the details of how Bitcoin actually works, covering trading and security. Like what you’re reading? […]
  • Ron Paul and Coin.mx Talk Bitcoin: Part 3 (4/30/2015) - If you missed them, check out Part 1 and Part 2 of this interview. Ron Paul and Ania Amador of Coin.mx have touched on the basics of Bitcoin, but there’s a fundamental question left to be […]
  • Ron Paul and Coin.mx Talk Bitcoin: Part 1 (4/30/2015) - In an interview with Ania Amador of Coin.mx, Ron Paul shared his interest in Bitcoin as well as the questions he still has about the crypto-currency. Paul asked, “Does Bitcoin fit the mold to be […]
  • In California, Lawmakers Want Bitcoin Businesses To Fail (4/23/2015) - April 23, 2015—Money speaks volumes and Matthew Dababneh, the chair of the California state Assembly’s Banking and Finance Committee, knows it. Competition between currencies benefit consumers. For members of the low- and middle-income brackets, competition translates […]
  • Another Reason to Hate NSA Spying: It Hurts the Economy (2/27/2015) - February 27, 2015—The NSA revelations managed to hurt public trust in government—for a good reason. But the NSA’s widespread spying program didn’t do any favors to the U.S. economy either. At least that’s what a recent […]
  • These 9 Digital Civil Rights Groups Are Fighting to Protect Your Internet (2/24/2015) - February 24, 2015—As personal freedoms are being diminished, the need for activism and advocacy for those civil liberties is essential. But what about those freedoms that are digital? These nine organizations from around the world […]
  • Crony Capitalism: Who Attended, Who Skipped Obama’s Cyber Speech (2/13/2015) - February 13, 2015—To major companies, the practices that define crony capitalism often sound appealing. When analyzed for its shot-term accomplishments, crony capitalism works for everybody involved. Companies close to the White House have been privileged due to […]
  • Data Breach of Health Giant Anthem Compromised Millions of Users (2/6/2015) - February 6, 2015—According to a statement released by health insurance giant Anthem Inc., a sophisticated cyber attack allowed for unauthorized access to their information systems. Although no credit card or medical information was believed to […]
  • NSA Spying Bill Challenges Greatest Threat to Constitution since the Civil War (1/27/2015) - January 27, 2015—A bill introduced in Minnesota would prohibit state and local law enforcement from receiving information that has been gathered by federal agencies without a warrant. NSA spying and data sharing is, in the […]
  • Cyber Warfare Pushes Colleges to Teach Cybersecurity (1/26/2015) - January 26, 2015—High demand for cybersecurity appears to be changing curriculum in higher education to prepare students for many unfilled jobs. According to some estimates, there are over 200,000 cybersecurity jobs in the United States […]
  • New Satellites Could Deliver Internet Across the Globe (11/19/2014) - November 19, 2014—We may be getting some good news about the Internet. It may be ready to explode and reach even more people. As magnificent as it is already, it may be getting much bigger. […]
  • Libertarians (and most Americans) Are Against Internet Regulation (11/16/2014) - November 16, 2014—A new poll shows 68 percent of Americans are concerned about the inevitability of state control over content should the FCC implement net neutrality. Only 8 percent are “not at all concerned.” Net […]
  • Could Artificial Intelligence Be More Dangerous Than Nukes? (10/25/2014) - Worth reading Superintelligence by Bostrom. We need to be super careful with AI. Potentially more dangerous than nukes. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 3, 2014 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js October 25, 2014 – Somebody has seen Terminator. During […]
  • Ron Paul in 2011: WikiLeaks Truth Dispels Neocon Propaganda (10/9/2014) - October 9, 2014 – It’s Throwback Thursday, so we are sharing my testimony before the House on WikiLeaks as a reminder that here at Voices of Liberty we seek the truth. From the testimony: Despite […]
  • How NSA Spying Is Undermining Your Liberty (8/5/2014) - August 5, 2014 – Many have heard the wise words that were offered by Benjamin Franklin: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” Are […]
  • Extreme Rights Violations Require Historic Response (8/4/2014) - August 5, 2014 – The OffNow project has an ambitious plan to stop illegal NSA spying.

 Some even call it audacious! Instead of depending on politicians in Washington D.C. to rein in their own program, […]
  • Zero Hedge: Israel Spied On John Kerry (8/4/2014) - August 4, 2014 — According to the  Spiegel, Israel had eavesdropped on John Kerry on at least one occasion during Middle East peace negotiations. Israel later used the obtained intel from the calls for its own negotiations. Further, Spiegel reports that at least one […]
  • Clemency for Edward Snowden: Bring Him Home (8/1/2014) - August 1, 2014 – When we started the petition demanding clemency for Edward Snowden on the Ron Paul Channel back in February, our intentions were to pressure the Obama Administration to let Mr. Snowden return […]
  • Fox News: CIA Apologizes for Spying on Senate (7/31/2014) - July 31, 2014 — John Brennan, habitual liar and director of the Central Intelligence Agency, admitted and apologized to the Senate Intelligence Committee for searching senators’ computers and reading staffers’ emails. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/07/31/cia-director-apologizes-to-senate-leaders/?intcmp=latestnews
  • The US Military Finds Great Success in Pizza Technology… Building a $400 Billion Jet, Not So Much. (3/3/2014) - [vimeo 132979744] American taxpayers are footing the bill for pizza that doesn’t need refrigeration and a military jet that is $163 billion over budget and seven years behind schedule.
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