Wednesday, February 14, 2018

IF YOU CARE...Proof: *Big Brother* ESPN Is Watching You


HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY yowls and roars, most BELOVED of Big Cat Beauties ... yep, finally here, the proof of what has been happening for likely [at least] the last fifteen years ... so, the Kougar DOES NOT OWN A NEW-TYPE OF TV ... she doesn't want one since SHE DOES NOT WATCH TV ... she has a 90s TV that is unplugged and has aluminum foil over the screen ... she also has a 2005 TV ... but it's been unplugged since the switch over to digital, and also has aluminum foil over the screen... so, your choice, as far as a TV, agree to Big Brother watching you... or RESIST ... that is, if you care???

And yep, just in time for the day of LOVE, you no longer get to have a best friend in school ... or now, it's best NOT to have friends at all, according to the ENEMY-MSM CONTROLLER pundits. This Big Cat had best friends while in school, thank the DIVINE, given she was never in the so-called in crowd. She was always too independent, and not in the right economic class. However, often, the other kids would come to her with questions, to confide problems, or to be counseled about something. Yeah, the Kougar never gave up their secrets.

But now, society is being told NO MORE BEST FRIENDS ... NO MORE FRIENDSHIP... hey, no more quality of life at all. Enjoy...

Just remember this Big Cat loves ya! 


Ultimate Big Brother technology rolled out on unsuspecting fans

Exclusive: ESPN Admits to Watching YOU Through Your TV

“One of the great new technologies we have here at ESPN is that we can look at YOU in your house through your TV!”
This was said by ESPN announcer Bill Walton as the network spied on the family of Arizona Wildcats center Dusan Ristic THROUGH THEIR TV as they watched him play basketball from their living room in Serbia:
The creepy admission, from the Feb. 10 Wildcats vs. Trojans game, confirms what Infowars has documented for years: Smart TVs have cameras embedded WITHIN their viewing screens that allow companies, government agencies and even hackers to spy on you in the “privacy” of your own home.
The present invention discloses an LED display module, an LED TV and an LED TV system, wherein a camera component is embedded on the LED display module; in this way, the LED TV is capable of taking pictures from middle of the display screen; because the participants are looking at the display Screen, as a result, the local participants at local and the other end can look in the eyes, which improves sensory feeling of video interaction and realizes getting more infor mation from the eye expression; because the camera compo nent can take pictures from the front side, accuracy of taken feature information is improved; and the accurate feature information can facilitate accurate Subsequent action analy sis; as a result, the present invention realizes wider applica tion of LED TV.
Still don’t believe it?  Here’s some photos from the patent:
Now that the patent is already filed and the technology is already in your living room, what’s the next step? Public acceptance.
Notice how this Big Brother technology was publically announced matter-of-factly on a sports network: it was a beta test to make the public slowly realize what’s already happening – and to accept it without question.
In 2014, Infowars reported how Samsung admitted it can record “a user’s personal conversations” with the microphones on its new Smart TVs.
Here’s a snippet from Samsung’s SmartTV privacy policy:
In addition, Samsung may collect and your device may capture voice commands and associated texts so that we can provide you with Voice Recognition features and evaluate and improve the features.Please be aware that if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party through your use of Voice Recognition.
Wikileaks later revealed the CIA has malware capable of turning these TVs into full-time listening devices – even when the TV appears off!
Even more, Tivo announced Janet Jackson’s “Nipplegate” slip-up at the 2004 Super Bowl was the most replayed moment the company had ever measured – meaning that Tivo was spying on its users.
“TiVo said it used its technology to measure audience behavior among 20,000 users during the Super Bowl,” CNN announced. “The exercise revealed a 180 percent spike in viewership at the time of the — as Timberlake refers to it — ‘wardrobe malfunction.'”
But that’s probably not as shocking as the CIA admitting it wants to spy on you through your “smart” dishwasher.
It seems George Orwell was barely scratching the surface when he wrote about Big Brother telescreens in his novel 1984.

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