#Michigan is flooded; basic things like #Rent is unaffordable for many, and #Cops are still out here doing unnecessary #TrafficStops, #Racketeering #Money from the #Poorest of the #Poor. #AbolishThePolice already. 🤦♂️https://t.co/2eyWkSoYzO pic.twitter.com/19O6soskJi
— DANIEL BRUMMITT (@dan__brummitt) July 16, 2021
Then these mf’s are so dumb they can’t even pick up their phones so I can schedule a court date. What a joke? 🤡
No one acknowledges cops as the law, we acknowledge them as a state sponsored terrorist organization.
TW: rape, police violence
“The detectives took turns raping her in the backseat as the van cruised the dark streets and as she sat handcuffed, crying and repeatedly telling them ‘No.’ Between assaults… the van pulled over so the cops could switch drivers”#AbolishThePolice
— Anti-Fascist Abolitionist AWK (@AWKWORDrap) May 6, 2021
Dan Robitzski in Hard Science On August 18, 2020
A shocking number of apps on your phone, ranging from sports to weather, are probably quietly selling your location data to the highest bidder. And according to documents obtained by Motherboard, that bidder is sometimes federal law enforcement.
The Secret Service paid millions of dollars to a company called Babel Street for its “Locate X” product, which tracks mobile devices using location data scraped from a number of apps, according to the documents. And because the agency is buying the data rather than obtaining it through the courts, it can do so without a warrant.
Normally, obtaining that sort of data would require the oversight of a judge. But purchasing it circumvents that requirement, meaning the shady practice can violate the spirit — if not the letter — of the Fourth Amendment.
A similar company, Venntel, sells location data to ICE and the IRS, according to an investigation by Senator Ron Wyden’s office. Again, the nature of the transaction means these agencies are able to track people down by their devices without judiciary approval.
“It is clear that multiple federal agencies have turned to purchasing Americans’ data to buy their way around Americans’ Fourth Amendment Rights,” Wyden told Motherboard.
He added that Babel Street has totally ignored his office’s questions, which include important details like whether the company actually respects people’s attempts to opt out of data collection.
“I’m drafting legislation to close this loophole, and ensure the Fourth Amendment isn’t for sale,” Wyden added.
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— Mark Lubbers Reborn (@JustMarkReborn) April 30, 2021
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