Police 3D Print Dead Man’s Finger to Unlock His Phone – #NewWorldNextWeek

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: Over 100 Tor Nodes Found Designed to Spy On Deep Web Users
Can you trust Tor’s exit nodes?
No Conspiracy Theory Needed: Tor Created for U.S. Gov’t Spying
Breaking Tor: US government funded Carnegie Mellon research to locate Silk Road suspect

STORY #2: Serious Security Flaws Found In Osram Smart Bulbs
Planned Obsolescence (Phoebus cartel)
The Story of Byron the Bulb

STORY #3: Police 3D-Print Murder Victim’s Finger to Unlock His Phone

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: Japan Plans Stimulus Package of More Than 28 Trillion Yen
Canada Ditches Boeing After Lockheed Threatens 10,000 Jobs
German “Officials” Call to Change Constitution After Munich Shooting
Did The U.S. Just Release A New Homeland Security Advisory System For Cyber?

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  • heckler73

    I have a copy of Gravity’s Rainbow…I’ve been looking for a reason to read
    it. So YES, make it part of your book series, please.

  • WisconsinEric

    And to think just last week ago a few programmed robotic sheep here tried
    to bully me for not being owned by a Smartphone deVICE.

  • RebelEvolution

    Which reminds me, a close up of an iris scan can be recorded then re
    displayed through a small lcd screen, big security loop here. I think it
    should add all 10 finger prints, iris and dick size, to be a bit harder to
    hack, but hey, what if it were your ex, she would have at least known the

  • believe it

    Yet, people keep buying and using all these Smart devices….smh…..human
    idiocy. Also, Biometrics has never been about security, folks….it’s ALL
    about tracking

  • Jan Harris Arduini

    Trump’s request for Hillary’s 33 , 000 deleted emails will expose the FBI
    as either corrupt or incompetent , probably both..

  • Phil Atwood II

    “Thank you. Please have your phone ON you in case of trouble. ” A text I
    received shortly after informing a loved one of precarious solo work….I
    had to laugh. (Have a number of elderly family members…will not be
    deVicing myself anytime soon…but eventually will on all my devices of

  • crackerwv

    Police take an oath of office. The fact they are doing this is perjury to
    their oath of office under title 18 US Code section 1621. They are
    undermining the constitution (18 USC 1918-Disloyalty and striking against
    the constitution), intimidating the public using corporate fiction and
    color of law or DeFacto law which does not apply to actual human beings (18
    USC 242-Deprivation of rights by color of law), participating in a
    “conspiracy” to do such things (18 USC section 241-Conspiracy against
    rights) and most police or policy enforcement officers should be sitting in
    prison for doing such things. To swear to PROTECT someone’s rights and then
    INTIMIDATE or STEAL them from someone after making a LAWFUL VERBAL CONTRACT
    to not do such things is a CRIME and these POLICY ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS need
    to be indicted for such crimes. What the fuck good is a person who is
    supposed to ENFORCE LAW that doesn’t FOLLOW THE LAW themselves? Right

  • Jason Shults

    Good show, gentlemen. I want to note that my posts here on YT are being
    flagged and are sometimes disappearing as of the last few weeks. It looks
    to be some kind of shadow banning, like what’s been going on with Twitter.
    Just a heads-up. It may happen to you, too. I’ve apparently caught the
    notice of the wrong people, and I’m being actively censored.

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