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AC Nielsen And Grocery Store Chains To Put GPS Locaters In Shopping Carts

Michael Difensore

AC Nielsen a global company located in 100 countries is gaining more growth with their homescan grocery purchase system. How this works is when a consumer goes to the grocery store and starts to move a shopping cart a GPS locater in the shopper cart records what time that cart starts moving. As the cart goes around the store it is tracked by GPS. When the cart stops moving when you are done shopping the cart records a stop time. It also records what day it is and the time of day it is. I had a conversation with a AC Nielsen employee and he told me all the information contained in this article. At the end of the day AC Nielsen can show the grocery store company a map of where all the shopping carts went that day in the store to be used for marketing purposes. For example based on shopping cart traffic by the produce department would be a good place to put a display of something on sale.

When a consumer returns home with groceries each item will be scanned with a bar code reading hand held computer by the consumer. The consumers geographical location is then recorded when the scanned products are then uploaded to the internet and sent to the homescan server. Now AC Nielsen can show the grocery store company a graph based on geographical location of who shops their more often in the area. The AC Nielsen employee also told me the homescan system will want to know what date your family receives a paycheck to then be able to predict inventory needed. For example, based on past purchases this family buys two gallons of milk based on their paychecks around this time of the month. The AC Nielsen company also told me that the weight of your purchase will also be recorded. This was scary to know because of the globalist agenda being put in place globally to make people start food rationing. Just remember this homescan system is voluntary now, but usually everything voluntary at some point may become mandatory. I just hope this never becomes mandatory.

The consumer will receive perks for signing up for this homescan system. I was told about 25 dollars a month. Their could be more perks a consumer receives than just this. That is what the employee for AC Nielsen told me. I’m sure it will be tied into fuel some how. Remember everything a consumer buys is tracked when you use a store perks card. And most companies for example will not give you the sale price on items unless you use their store card. Then if you use a debit or credit card you are tracked again by the bank and the government. Yes the global satanic tracking grid is in place. Hope people will wake up. Below are some press releases from AC Nielsen company talking about homescan. Sign up is at

Nielsen – Press Release: Nielsen To Launch Homescan™ Consumer Panel In China

Nielsen US News Release – 20 June 2007 – Nielsen Homescan Total ShopperView Captures Largest Panel Ever to Track Non-Bar-coded Items

Nielsen US News Release – 20 March 2007 – Nielsen Introduces New Service for Understanding Consumer Behavior Across Countries

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. – Wal-Mart Mobilizes ACNielsen’s Research Tools to Deliver Merchandise Selection Tailored to Customer Needs

Fourth Amendment Is Eviscerated

Constitutional expert: FISA bill ‘is an evisceration of the Fourth Amendment’

Published on Friday, June 20, 2008.

Source: Raw Story

“Never appease political bullies, President Bush admonished at the Israeli Knesset,” MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann opened. “Oddly, House Democrats chose to ignore him on the subject of dealing with him.”
Constitutional expert Jonathan Turley sees a “very frightening bill” in a proposed “compromise,” currently in the House, that would update the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to effectively grant immunity from civil lawsuits to telecommunications companies that agreed to spy on their customers as part of the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretapping program, starting shortly before the World Trade Center attacks in 2001. If the White House asked a phone company to spy with its assurance that it was legal, the measure says, that’s enough to dismiss a case.

Congressional Democrats, Turley went on, knew about surveillance and torture programs, but were politically unable to oppose them at the same time they were touting themselves to the public as defenders of civil liberties. The bill, he said, is part of a campaign of collusion between Congress and the Bush administration, immunizing not only the telecommunications companies, but the administration and any members of Congress, on either side of the aisle, that may have been involved.

“The proposed FISA deal is not a compromise; it is a capitulation,” Senator Russ Feingold said today.”The House and Senate should not be taking up this bill, which effectively guarantees immunity for telecom companies alleged to have participated in the President’s illegal program, and which fails to protect the privacy of law-abiding Americans at home. Allowing courts to review the question of immunity is meaningless when the same legislation essentially requires the court to grant immunity. And under this bill, the government can still sweep up and keep the international communications of innocent Americans in the U.S. with no connection to suspected terrorists, with very few safeguards to protect against abuse of this power. Instead of cutting bad deals on both FISA and funding for the war in Iraq, Democrats should be standing up to the flawed and dangerous policies of this administration.”

“The Democrats never really were engaged in this,” said Turley. “In fact, they repeatedly tried to cave in to the White House, only to be stopped by civil libertarians and bloggers.”

“I think they’re simply waiting to see if the public’s interest will wane,” he went on, referring to repeated attempts to float said legislation past the public. “This bill has quite literally no public value for citizens or civil liberties. It is reverse engineering, though the type of thing the Bush Administration’s famous for, and now the Democrats are doing–that is, to change the law to conform to past conduct.”

“It’s what any criminal would love to do,” Turley continued. “You rob a bank, go to the legislature, and change the law to say that robbing banks is lawful.”

“People need to be very, very much aware of this bill,” he charged. “What you’re seeing in this bill is an evisceration of the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. It is something that allows the President and the government to go into law-abiding homes, on their word alone–their suspicion alone–and to engage in warrantless surveillance.

“That’s what the framers who drafted the Fourth Amendment wanted to prevent.”

The House could vote on the bill as soon as Friday. A full copy of the bill, in PDF format, is available at this link