Google Patents Disturbing Children ‘Toys’ Capable of Controlling Appliances, Spying, and Recording

Buzz Lightyear and Woody may have been able to switch lights on and off and drive remote controlled cars, but toys of the future could take control of all sorts of household appliances and even spy on their owners too.

Google has published a patent that suggests creepy-looking teddy bears and rabbits could one day keep a watchful eye on children and adults, eavesdropping on everything we say.

The internet-connected devices would listen for instructions and interact with homeowners to switch lights on and off or turn on household appliances upon a simple vocal command, for example.

 Google has published a patent that suggests creepy-looking teddy bears and rabbits (pictured) could interact with homeowners to switch lights on and off and turn on appliances with a simple vocal command.

The toys, dreamed up by Google’s secretive R&D division, have captured the attention of privacy campaigners, because they contain microphones, speakers…

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Christian College takes a ‘Position’ but Does Nothing to Ban LGBT at School

A small, Christian college in South Carolina said on Friday it had not banned gay students or homosexuality from its campus under its controversial new “Statement on Human Sexuality,” which calls the practice sinful.  It is merely a POSITION, that they have taken.  

From a biblical standpoint, what is the church, a religious organization to do with a so-called brother/sister, who calls himself a Christian, and practices homosexuality?  Brace yourself for some truth.  You might not like it.

It is impossible for the Holy Spirit to dwell within a body that has demonic spirits (1 John 3:6 -10;5:1).  Is being LGBT demonic?  Scripture tell us it is (Romans 1: 24-32/Galatian 5: 19/Jude 1:7). I have heard all sides of the debate about how Christians should deal with other Christians in sin.  Of course in love, we are to rebuke the sin, expose the sin (Galatians 6:1, Matthew 18:15), and the person who loves the Lord…

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