The AGENDA 2030 SMART CITY Challenge — Gov’t To Award $75 Million For Best Smart City Design
Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. owns a company called Sidewalk Labs, and they are working with the Canadian government to launch a new “smart city” at the waterfront of downtown Toronto called “Quayside.”
Quayside is proposing a centralized identity management system which each resident uses to access public services such as library cards and health care. Other plans include driverless cars, “mixed-use” spaces that change according to the market’s demands, heated streets, and “sensor-enabled waste separation.”
In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth takes a deep look at how our governments are jumping in bed with the big tech companies to form a surveillance state they are calling “smart cities” in a big brother nightmare the like of which George Orwell himself couldn’t have even envisioned.
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