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Newspeak after Orwell's 1984 in the 2020s

Newspeak after Orwell's 1984 in the 2020s

Newspeak is the kind of language that developed in Orwell's 1984, or was coerced to move people in a certain direction. In recent years there has been a change in language where the truth is hidden and concealed behind passive or positive words. This article is intended to list words and terms and document their meaning and justification. Continue reading →

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TSMC kill switch for the lithography machines

TSMC kill switch for the lithography machines

It feels like the world is currently facing conflict and war on all sides. One conflict that has been unresolved for years and has been simmering for years is the China-Taiwan conflict. China claims the right to Taiwan, while Taiwan sees itself as an independent sovereign state. Taiwan has a special position worldwide, because without Taiwan there would be no highly developed processors. A war with Taiwan could restrict access to high technology for years to come.

Now information has leaked out that there is a kill switch, an emergency shutdown of the EVU lithography machines that produce the chips on the wafers.

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Nearlink - China's answer to Bluetooth and WiFi

Nearlink - China's answer to Bluetooth and WiFi

I recently became aware of a new technology called NearLink, although new is relative, as it seems to have been around for a few years on paper, but I couldn't find much about it in German-speaking countries (Computer picture, Electronics practice), mainly in the English-language online media. In this article, I would like to discuss NearLink technology and why it could trigger a geopolitical neck-and-neck race. Continue reading →

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Federal Minister of the Interior Faeser wants to monitor bank transfers in Germany! Why this is a dangerous development

Federal Minister of the Interior Faeser wants to monitor bank transfers in Germany! Why this is a dangerous development

And every day a new piece of news from Germany greets people who have not fallen on their heads, well, if you read behind the lines. Apparently the Federal Minister of the Interior, Nancy Faeser (SPD), is planning to monitor bank transfers. Read this article to find out what she is aiming to achieve and why monitoring all bank transfers is essential to Faeser's plan. Continue reading →

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Digital Services Act (DSA): a step towards the introduction of an EU Ministry of Truth

The EU has passed two laws, the so-called Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Market Act (DMA), to combat fake news and disinformation and provide more consumer protection. These laws allow major platforms such as Google and Facebook to be monitored more closely and delete dangerous content. However, they also give the EU Commission more control over the media and the exchange of information on the Internet.

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Last generation: Burning excavators and explosives - How far do they really go?

Last generation: Burning excavators and explosives - How far do they really go?

The Last Generation, a movement that is perceived by the public as peaceful and non-violent, except for the sticking in the streets, has another side. A side that promotes violence, extremism and even terrorism. The public has been deceived by the narrative of peaceful protest and civil disobedience.

The new news portal apollo-news.net has published a comprehensive leak, with more than 300 MB of screenshots and documents of the conversation, and these have it all, showing how this grouping thinks even on the inside. Continue reading →

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An insight into the BRICS countries - series of articles

It is hard to ignore the fact that the global center of power is increasingly shifting from traditional Western economies to emerging markets. At the center of this shift are the BRICS countries - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Continue reading →

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