by Selwyn Duke Reprinted with permission from The wireless innovation known as “5G” has already gotten a bad rap in some quarters, with talk about how it could disrupt aviation or degrade health. Others just conceptualize it as the promise of faster internet. But it turns out that even the most ardent doomsayers haven’t generally identified the real threat 5G poses: giving government the capacity to monitor and control everything, everyone, everywhere, all the time. The kicker: The government currently leading in 5G development is today’s “everything, everyone, everywhere, all the time” leviathan — China. This was the frightening […]

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