The Surveillance State: Practical Steps to Protect Your Privacy
October 26, 2021
Vincent Gircys is a retired OPP officer who, as the Canadian rep for the international organization PoliceForFreedom, is in touch with thousands of officers across Canada and is working tirelessly to educate them on the illegality of enforcing our government’s Covid mandates. He is also an expert on the surveillance state and how to protect your privacy.
“The number of officers in [PoliceForFreedom] that I’m directly in contact with is a core group of the national representatives. We meet on a regular basis and exchange information of what’s actually going on, boots on the ground, in any country at any given time. So we act within ourselves as a news reporting agency – reporting what’s really happening at any given time.”
In regards to the police state…
“What kind of a country revokes religious freedoms from an individual, what kind of a country revokes bodily autonomy from an individual, puts travel restrictions on the rights the constitution says you should have…in this country our government has revoked just about every single right that we have.”
In regards to the surveillance state…
“If you understand the amount of surveillance that’s happening from your smart phones and from the technology that you use, specifically with Google, Amazon and Facebook…all of the information from what you do online is all collected. All of your phone conversations through your cell phone and your land lines, all of that information is being recorded. There is facial recognition software in use, license plate recognition software, social media monitoring on all the platforms and all of the online activity that you do..it is all being tracked.”
Mr. Gircys provides many practical steps to protect your privacy and avoid having your every move and conversation tracked.
An affordable VPN app for your computer. VPN’s or Virtual Private Networks, allow you to connect to the internet through a private, anonymous server. Install and leave it running at all times. When activated your online activity cannot be tracked. (Obviously this does not apply if you log in to your Google, Facebook or Amazon accounts)