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Free energy inventor investigated by the FBI

Free energy inventor investigated by the FBI

The Oklahoma Securities Department has announced an investigation into a free energy inventor who is alleged to have defrauded many investors out of millions of dollars for his free energy machine. Wayne Travis, 51, of Zydro Energy Revolution, LLC in Chickasha, OK, USA, has been accused of duping businesses with false claims about a working free energy machine. Travis had[Read More…]

Facial recognition is a threat to privacy

Facial recognition is a threat to privacy

The privacy and freedom of ordinary citizens is under threat from facial recognition technology, according to the founders of the technology. Brian Brackeen, the chief executive officer of the facial recognition software developer Kairos, has spoken out about the dangers of the technology being used by governments. He believes that the technology may be used the wrong way. He said[Read More…]

Virtual app image from Patient's Virtual Guide

The dad who created a virtual hospital for young cancer survivors

At the Akashic Times, we try to feature positive news to inspire people in a world where it seems that only negative news, terrorist attacks and murders seem to be featured prominently in the headlines. This is one of the reasons we have a whole section on the Akashic Times dedicated to positive news. The stories that we feature often[Read More…]

Cambridge Analytica has been implicated in a number of different election scandals across the world

Head of European Parliament vows action over Facebook data scandal

The head of European Parliament has vowed to investigate Facebook to see if it had misused data, following the recent scandal over the data leaks. Antonio Tajani who has served as President of the European Parliament since January last year urged the social media giant to take more responsibility, saying on Twitter that “allegations of misuse of Facebook user data[Read More…]

Facebook encourages users to send in nude pictures of themselves

Facebook encourages users to send in nude pictures of themselves

Facebook has introduced a new feature that aims to combat revenge porn by…getting its users to send in nude pictures of themselves. The trial scheme will use image recognition technology to identify the photos that people send in and prevent those same images being uploaded by a vindictive lover. It has been confirmed that a group of ‘specially trained’ employees[Read More…]