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Darpa's LifeLog was cancelled same day Facebook was created coincidence or not?

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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 09:59 AM
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Just stumble upon this little nugget and Im looking to find other info but it's pretty interesting if true, follows that Zuckerberg is CIA or another alphabet agency. Very coincidental... looking for more info now, pretty sure it's been covered here on ATS somewhere, and here it is and it's covered pretty extensively. Will be interesting to see the different vibe from 2018 to now. But this is a great thread seems very well researched after I've read through

www.abovetopsecret.com...

certainly agree with this comment for the original thread


en.wikipedia.org...
www.history.com...

History_of_Facebook
Facebook is a social networking service originally launched as FaceMash on October 28, 2003, before changing its name to TheFacebook on February 4, 2004. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg and college roommates and fellow Harvard University students, in particular Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. The website's membership was initially limited by the founders ...

LifeLog was a project of the Information Processing Techniques Office of the Defense Advanced Research Projects LifeLog aimed to compile a massive electronic database of every activity and relationship a person engages in. The LifeLog program was canceled on February 4th, 2004...
Does DARPA's "LifeLog" project show what is really behind the...



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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 10:19 AM
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Privacy? I almost forgot what that was..

Does it surprise me? Not in the least.



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 10:39 AM
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a reply to: putnam6

You dont even need to know about lifelog. Just look at whats happening. Everything we are supposed to be protected from the government doing, they are hiring companies to do to us for them, and a bunch of useful idiots are running around parroting, 'thats how its supposed to work'.

On top of that there are secret courts with classified rulings we arent allowed to know about.

Of course the government is collecting all of this data. Facebook and these other companies get it, then they have to hand over copies for some type of security purpose I am sure. The gov isn't going to let all that go to waste.

How is it you think they got so good at manipulation. Once they got the news in on it back in 2009, that was checkmate, YEARS AGO, when Obama inserted observers into newsroom around the country.

I have an extremely heavy background in technology with a ton of pertinent experience, and have understood this was happening for many years. Ever since Snowden, this is a given. Collecting this data is peanuts compared to what he proved IS going on. If you think they stopped because of Snowden, you are crazy. They would have done extra security screening and more protocols, they aren't shutting anything down.

All this is why whoever is in the White House needs to be put there, because no citizen elected to that position would let it continue. All that is the Deep State Trump was talking about.
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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 10:50 AM
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All one has to do is look at what Google, Facebook and the rest of the tech companies are up to, to see who is really in control of the nation today and is shaping where it is heading.

Autonomous vehicles, drones, robots, a GPS independent global communication and positioning satellite system; starlink, neuralink and all the rampant data mining and personal surveillance systems; total information awareness network. All of them are wishlist projects that DARPA/DOD have been calling for since the 90s.

In fact the only DARPA wishlist project left to fulfill is their extra mini chromosome they want for genetically engineering humans. Once the government finally establishes H-ARPA; the DARPA of medicine, they will be moving forward on that project.

Unfortunately the entire tech revolution beginning with building up of the old ARPA net system into the internet, has just been part of a slow motion military coup of the US and the world, wrapped in the skins of the sacred cows of America; corporations.



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 10:50 AM
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What was the foundation of the source code for FB. They didn't start from scratch. I never researched it but assuming they started out with some open source gov shelfware like most IT companies. I know in the late 80's the military base I was on had a dos messaging system. It would send out messages and you could send an IM to people. There was no email system yet.



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 10:50 AM
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a reply to: putnam6

Niantic was responsible for such games as PokéMon Go. I'll have to dig again, but I was once under the impression that some of the big heads in this company were former Pentagon and C.I.A. .
Strange beginning.
nianticlabs.com...



FoundingEdit

John Hanke, founder and CEO of Niantic

The company was formed in 2010 by John Hanke as Niantic Labs, an internal startup within Google. The company took its name from the whaling vessel Niantic, which came to San Francisco during the California Gold Rush in the 1800s. At the time Ingress was launched, Niantic had 35 employees.

Wiki~ en.m.wikipedia.org...(company)

John Hanke



Hanke became the co-founder and CEO of geospatial data visualization firm Keyhole in 2001.Early funding was provided by the corporate venture group within Sony, and the startup was able to garner significant attention from the use of their mapping technology in media reporting overlays during the early parts of the Iraq War. Keyhole's mapping technology was also noted by Google co-founder Sergey Brin, and Google acquired Keyholein 2004 in a deal worth $35 million in stock.

en.m.wikipedia.org...

S&F👍🏼😊
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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 11:09 AM
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originally posted by: Bigburgh
a reply to: putnam6

Niantic was responsible for such games as PokéMon Go. I'll have to dig again, but I was once under the impression that some of the big heads in this company were former Pentagon and C.I.A. .
Strange beginning.
nianticlabs.com...



FoundingEdit

John Hanke, founder and CEO of Niantic

The company was formed in 2010 by John Hanke as Niantic Labs, an internal startup within Google. The company took its name from the whaling vessel Niantic, which came to San Francisco during the California Gold Rush in the 1800s. At the time Ingress was launched, Niantic had 35 employees.

Wiki~ en.m.wikipedia.org...(company)

John Hanke



Hanke became the co-founder and CEO of geospatial data visualization firm Keyhole in 2001.Early funding was provided by the corporate venture group within Sony, and the startup was able to garner significant attention from the use of their mapping technology in media reporting overlays during the early parts of the Iraq War. Keyhole's mapping technology was also noted by Google co-founder Sergey Brin, and Google acquired Keyholein 2004 in a deal worth $35 million in stock.

en.m.wikipedia.org...

S&F👍🏼😊



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 11:13 AM
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originally posted by: putnam6

originally posted by: Bigburgh
a reply to: putnam6

Niantic was responsible for such games as PokéMon Go. I'll have to dig again, but I was once under the impression that some of the big heads in this company were former Pentagon and C.I.A. .
Strange beginning.
nianticlabs.com...



FoundingEdit

John Hanke, founder and CEO of Niantic

The company was formed in 2010 by John Hanke as Niantic Labs, an internal startup within Google. The company took its name from the whaling vessel Niantic, which came to San Francisco during the California Gold Rush in the 1800s. At the time Ingress was launched, Niantic had 35 employees.

Wiki~ en.m.wikipedia.org...(company)

John Hanke



Hanke became the co-founder and CEO of geospatial data visualization firm Keyhole in 2001.Early funding was provided by the corporate venture group within Sony, and the startup was able to garner significant attention from the use of their mapping technology in media reporting overlays during the early parts of the Iraq War. Keyhole's mapping technology was also noted by Google co-founder Sergey Brin, and Google acquired Keyholein 2004 in a deal worth $35 million in stock.

en.m.wikipedia.org...

S&F👍🏼😊


Like it is all interconnected, makes you wonder how much influence a CIA or NSA has over such a company
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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 11:33 AM
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Doesn't matter. The masses accept the official narrative.

It's been openly admitted that the Pentagon outsourced Lifelog to Zuckerberg.. "The dumb #s just give the info to us"



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 11:40 AM
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Niantic was responsible for such games as PokéMon Go.


Never played the game or watched the movies/series, but I know what it's about.

What better tool to get fresh surveillance in putting one of the rare ones that the youth freaked out about, near a point of interest.




posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 11:58 AM
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A more realistic view of the spiderweb called Silicon Valley.




posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 12:12 PM
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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 01:02 PM
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I don't know if this video would help any maybe it just repeats a lot of what's been said.

youtu.be...

But it makes you wonder what meta is being that if Facebook was for collection of data what will metas purpose be?



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 01:03 PM
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originally posted by: ThatDamnDuckAgain
a reply to: Bigburgh




Niantic was responsible for such games as PokéMon Go.


Never played the game or watched the movies/series, but I know what it's about.

What better tool to get fresh surveillance in putting one of the rare ones that the youth freaked out about, near a point of interest.



Hehehe... remember a few when the people playing found dead bodies instead of Charizard.😑



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 01:19 PM
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originally posted by: The GUT
A more realistic view of the spiderweb called Silicon Valley.



Think that's one of the best episodes he's ever done - haven't read Yasha Levine's book 'Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet' yet but here he is discussing it.






"Today the counterinsurgency origins of the internet have been obscured. They’ve been lost for the most part. Very few histories even mention it, even in a little bit. But at the time that it was being created in the 1960s, the origins of the internet and the origins of this technology as a tool of surveillance and as a tool of control were very obvious to people back then".





posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 02:01 PM
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Mark Zuckerberg admits in a New Yorker profile that he mocked early Facebook users for trusting him with their personal information.
www.gawker.com...




MICHAEL LEE: Facebook is one of the worst companies ever created. I believe that it's… an evil company. I think they have so much research internally that talks about the devastation that they can do to people's minds, young people's minds. In addition to the child trafficking issue, I don't see there being any repercussions.

www.foxbusiness.com...



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 02:17 PM
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I think big tech and the government is getting pissy because they just don't want to track some or most they want to track all of us. Pretty sure worldwide there are way more off the grid than on it, thus they will come up with ways to track people or use situations to help them track people, like a worldwide vaccine program, for starters just depends on what is the next ruse.



posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 07:21 PM
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Yep, it's a deep DARPA abyss.

You might recall 'Regina Dugan' from the Diabolical Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency in past threads?

[Regina Dugan]
- In 2009, appointed as the 19th Director of DARPA. The "like" button, stylized as a "thumbs up" icon, was first enabled on February 9, 2009.
- In 2012, she left government to take an executive role at Google.
- In 2015, she attended the Bilderberg conference in Austria discussing Artificial Intelligence.
- In 2016, she left Google and joined Facebook to lead a newly formed team called Building 8.

DARPA publishes all its open source code in one place (Feb 4, 2014)



The hardware device is the first of its kind to come out of Facebook’s Building 8 innovation lab. Building 8 was launched in 2016 under the direction of former DARPA chief Regina Dugan.


The dream of DARPA’s LifeLog has now been realized 14 years later with Facebook and the launch of Portal, which was built in a research lab modeled after DARPA.
Building 8





Obama wasn't the only one making the otherworldly voyage. As "Barry Soetero," the 19-year-old Obama was one of 10 youths selected to secretly teleport to and from Mars, forming a band of interplanetary Teen Titans. Regina Dugan, the director of DARPA, was another member.

White House Denies CIA Teleported Obama to Mars



According to Basiago and Stillings, this “chrononauts” program (no, not the card game, and no, not the comic), also included the former DARPA head Regina Dugan.

Andrew Daniel Basiago was a 2016 independent candidate for president


The Total Information Awareness project, run by Admiral John Poindexter, was a meta-program. It was designed to aggregate signals generated via other programs run out of Darpa’s Information Awareness Office. The programs focused on a range of capabilities, including information analysis, decision-support tools, language translation, data mining, and pattern recognition.

Palantir, founded in 2003, named after the fictional crystal orbs that can see into the past and future in the Lord of the Rings trilogy headquartered in Denver, Colorado with a branch office in DC swamp is and has been compiling a database on everyone, on behalf of the CIA, thanks to Goog, Amazon, FB, and all your 'smart' phones. The Total Information Awareness (TIA) program was setup by the DoD as a pre-crime database to gather intel on everyone. Congress was outraged and shut the program down...the name changed to Terrorism Information Awarness and made it look like the program went away and only focused on the so-called baddies. And away it went which became AI on steroids, known as Palantir.



Speaking of symbolism...


Information Awareness Office seal.
Motto: lat. 'scientia est potentia' – knowledge is power.


"[As of 2013] the U.S. spy agencies also employed Palantir to connect databases across departments. Before this, most of the databases used by the CIA and FBI were siloed, forcing users to search each database individually. Now everything is linked together using Palantir."
TechCrunch in January 2015.


Meet HARPA - the Biden-Harris Healthcare Advanced Research Projects Agency modeled after DARPA.
Checkout their Blueprint. The HARPA database that they are trying to put in place right now to collect ALL our biological & personal info to stop Covid and cure dieseases which in reality is likely to become the largest AI surveillance program in the history of mankind. Nice huh?!


💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎
Gandalf: A palantir is a dangerous tool, Saruman.
Saruman: Why? Why should we fear to use it?
Gandalf: They are not all accounted for, the lost Seeing-stones. We do not know who else may be watching.



posted on Nov, 20 2021 @ 12:45 AM
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posted on Nov, 20 2021 @ 12:58 AM
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It's been this way since at least the late 80's...probably before that too, but I can personally vouch for much of this going on during the time I lived in Palo Alto which was '88-94.

I was working for a small, boutique research & advisory firm that was hired by many large companies to give them an informed opinion on new and emerging technologies. AI was a big part of that back in the day.

In any event - we did a lot of work for and with SRI (Stanford Research Institute). Everything those guys worked on was classified. Hell, even their client list was classified - no bullsh#t. But that's just the way it was back then, no one batted an eyelash. SRI's biggest client was DARPA so I ended up working with a bunch of DARPA folks at DARPA facilities. Most people there were very smart, very articulate, and had a good sense of humor. They also had an "I don't give a rat's ass" attitude about what others in gov't thought about who they were or what they were doing. What a great place to work. I was too young to appreciate how lucky I was.

What a great time to be in tech though! Companies and people were very open then. I got to meet the CEO's of most of the major SV companies - Larry Ellison - Oracle, Scott McNealey - Sun (who was also my neighbor), Steve Jobs - Apple (and his # 2 at the time who's title on his business card was "Optimist"...I sh#t you not), Lew Platt - HP, Xerox PARC - who many people thought invented the GUI and that Steve Jobs stole it from them, and the list goes on...



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