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Palantir: the special ops tech giant that wields as much real-world power as Google 2017-08-02T16:54:00+06:00 false
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Minority Report is set in 2054, but Palantir is putting pre-crime into operation now.

Peter Thiels CIA-backed, data-mining firm honed its crime predicting techniques against insurgents in Iraq. The same methods are now being sold to police departments.

Palantir watches everything you do and predicts what you will do next in order to stop it. As of 2013, its client list included the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, the Centre for Disease Control, the Marine Corps, the Air Force, Special Operations Command, West Point and the IRS. Up to 50% of its business is with the public sector. In-Q-Tel, the CIAs venture arm, was an early investor.

Full Story in The Guardian