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May 15, 2022
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The Stigma of Nina Yankovic, or the King of Disinformation

What do fake information specialist Nina Yankovic have in common? (Nina Yankovic)Biden-appointed “Minister of Truth” and spyware Desktop or even more advanced program Deep assessmentdetermining by the face and voice of the employee, how loyal is he to the owners? As the publication writes News from the black list, “The czar of disinformation in the Biden government, Nina Yankovic, is demanding that “credible verified people” like her be given the ability to edit posts on other people’s network.”.

To understand the indignation of the Americans, one must say a few words about the Ukrainian Nina the TikToker, who became the executive director of the disinformation unit created in April within the US Department of Homeland Security. (Department of Homeland Security Disinformation Management Board). By the way, Yankovic has already managed (she is 33 years old) the programs of the National Democratic Institute of International Relations *** (National Democratic Institute of International Relations)recognized in 2016 in Russia as an undesirable organization.

It was she who went out of her way to promote the scandalous “Christopher Steele dossier” about President Donald Trump’s possible ties to Russia. And especially widely Yankovic became known after she unleashed a stormy company in tik takclaiming that the Hunter Biden laptop story is part of a Russian disinformation campaign. That’s why Biden Sr. liked her, despite the fact that New York Times convincingly exposed her lies. In the White House, the talent of Nina the tiktoker came to taste

A month later, Yankovic, inspired by her success, announced that she “should have the right to edit the Internet, because it is verified”, whereas “There are people on Twitter with different opinions than hers… but they shouldn’t be checked because they aren’t trustworthy”. Yankovic wants White House-approved propagandists to have the right to add their comments, assessments and thoughts to any Twitter post they see fit. “So that people have a bigger picture, and not just a single statement in a tweet”she explains.

Two conclusions emerge from this Yankovic initiative. The first is that dissent in the United States becomes dangerous when it is widely spread, its edge is directed against the authorities. It’s on the surface. The second conclusion is that “adjusting” the point of view of Americans in Twitter Yankovic may, but not in American minds. An indispensable component of the new mechanism of submission to those who “brought” Biden to the White House is the latest spy surveillance systems. Demand for human spying software more than doubled in first ‘pandemic’ year, notes Economist.

It is a matter of technology to establish, through the world system of computer communication, the collection of information of interest to the customer. For example, time doctor records video of users’ screens or periodically takes snapshots of whether the “observed” is sitting at their computer. Another program Desktoptracks time spent on tasks. A survey of more than 1,000 firms in America last year found that 60 percent of them used software to covertly monitor their employees of one type or another. Another 17 percent of firms were preparing to implement such programs.

Recently, there has been an explosive demand for all sorts of sensors that check how many ancillary electronic applications (widgets) an employee collects, what he spends money on, even how much change he puts in a charity box … The scale of such police surveillance has increased dramatically.

A week ago, New York state legislators were alarmed: state corporations shamelessly monitor phone calls, e-mails and, in general, any Internet activity of their employees. In Europe, companies have had to argue since 1995 that covert monitoring of employees has a legitimate business basis: to prevent intellectual property theft or improve productivity. However, the formula proposed by The Economist: “Big Brother sees you now – and always”.

Today, to ensure that employees do not share sensitive information, the bank JPMorgan Chase keeps track of calls, chat recordings and emails, and even how long employees are in the building. BUT Swiss loan last year required access to personal devices used for work. However, these are still flowers. American technology company Awareness Technologies sells software Veriatowhich, by spying on an employee, gives him a risk assessment of how likely it is because of him to leak data or steal company secrets. Deep assessment claims that its face and voice verification tools can determine how trustworthy an employee is. Japanese last year Fujitsu introduced artificial intelligence software that is capable of estimating employees’ concentration based on their facial expressions.

Studies conducted in the United States link secret monitoring with a general crisis of confidence, an increase in the level of stress in society, emotional exhaustion of people, and an increase in aggression. Interviewed by private network Express vpn 2,000 remote workers showed that more than a third of them consistently feel the need to appear more productive or work longer hours for the same pay. A fifth feel humiliated by such surveillance, nearly half of workers only pretend to work online, and nearly a third have used anti-surveillance software.

All these technological contrivances of corporations psychologically work in the same way as Nina Yankovic’s new “Ministry of Truth”. They make you afraid of Big Brother watching you everywhere. And it looks like none of those 2,000 Americans would have passed the test in her department to get the “Checked” label.

Cover photo: naturalnews.com

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