Saudi Biometrics, BBC Detector Vans, & DIY ISP

This week on the New World Next Week: Saudis scan fingerprints for SIMs; the BBC’s imaginary detector vans are now pretending to sniff your wi-fi; and rural Minnesota towns take high-speed internet into their own hands.

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: SIMs Disconnected for Saudis Who Have Not Registered Biometrics
http://bit.ly/2aMrPVU
Flashback: Police 3D-Print Murder Victim’s Finger to Unlock His Phone
https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=19386
$1.15 Billion In US Weapons Will Soon Be-Heading To Saudi Arabia
http://bit.ly/2baCyyW

STORY #2: BBC Now Training Its Secret, Likely Imaginary, Fleet Of Detector Vans On Your WiFi
http://bit.ly/2aVtw78

STORY #3: Minnesota Towns Join Forces To Build Their Own Internet
http://bit.ly/2aJuvnC
Dear Government, Deliver Us From Freedom
https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=19520

#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: Australia Blames Overseas Hack Attack For #CensusFail
http://bit.ly/2b8LJPf
WikiLeaks Offers $20K Reward For Information In Murder Of DNC Staffer, Likely #DNCLeak Source
http://bit.ly/2aMr1Ah

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Previous Episode: Tor Spying, Smart Bulbs Hacked, & Police 3D Print Dead Man’s Finger

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