Interview 1148 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/03/20163 Comments

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: B.C. Town Wants GPS Trackers for “Prolific Offenders”

Story #2: U.S. Military Invites Vetted Experts to ‘Hack the Pentagon’
U.S. Military ‘Always’ Asks Tech Companies to Tweak Algorithms to Promote Certain Content

Story #3: Google/Alphabet/Android Boss Eric Schmidt to Head up Pentagon “Innovation” Board
DoD Commits to Upgrade 4 Million to Windows 10
Silicon Spies: The US Government and the Tech Revolution

#GoodNewsNextWeek: People Picking Organic Quality Over Tainted Bargains
London Holds Largest Anti-Nuclear Protest in Decades
New Eternal 5D Hard Disk Makes Time Capsules a Thing of the Past

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Ancient ‘Silk Road’ Back In Business As New Train Connects China to Tehran
About That “Oil Freeze”: Russian Crude Production Sets New Post-Soviet Record In February
Deutsche Bank: It’s Time to Buy Gold
Former Bank of England Governor Says New Financial Crash ‘Certain’
37% of Government’s Total Reported Assets Are Student Loans
Chesapeake Founder Aubrey McClendon Dies In Car Crash One Day After Federal Indictment

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  1. dfx says:

    My first thought on the 5D hard drive storage… Now the NSA won’t require as many acres or massive cooling facilities for all of those storage computers. A more energy-efficient way to store your life. And they won’t be subject to state initiatives to cut their water and power supplies…

    • Corbett says:

      Sadly, you make a good point. The whole “turn off the water” idea becomes less relevant as the technology for processing and storing the data becomes more advanced.

  2. Nick says:

    Hi James, pardon my ignorance but could you point me to any good resources or best search term for connections between Military and silicon valley on your site? I found your Eye opener report ‘silicon spies’. Anything else iv missed would be great. Cheers

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