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#Cops Are Buying Your #SocialMedia #LocationData Without A #Warrant, Here’s How To Stop Them.

https://futurism.com/cops-buying-social-media-location-data-without-warrant/

Dan Robitzski in Hard Science On August 18, 2020

Data Brokers

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.

Flagrant Loophole

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.

Tight Lips

“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.


Data Providers

Below is a list of premium data providers who aggregate, host and distribute personal and business information.

If you would like your information to be removed from all databases, please contact them directly.

Experian
Acxiom
Transunion
LexisNexis
Dun & Bradstreet
Datalogix
Epsilon
Equifax
Reed Elsevier
Rapleaf
Intelius
USPTO
Bing
Google
Facebook
LinkedIn

Each resource has to be contacted directly in order to remove or edit personal information.

Data Brokers & Web sites

Intelius.com
Beenverified.com
Instantcheckmate.com
Truthfinder.com
Spokeo.com
Whitepages.com
Peekyou.com
USSearch.com
PeopleFinder.com
PeopleFinders.com
PeopleLookup.com
Familytreenow.com
PeopleSmart.com
Yatedo.com
PeopleWise.com
Nuwber.com
MyRelatives.com
RealDirect.com

usNumber2name.com
Everify.com
Check-caller.com
People-finders.ws
Instantpeoplefinder.com
Callersmart.com
Hauziz.com
Datagovus.com
Truepeoplesearch.com
Allareacodes.com
PublicRecords360.com
Peoplebyname.com
Voterrecords.com
Ancestry.com
Peekyou.com
PrivateEye.com
Zabasearch.com
USA-People-Search.com
Spoke.com
PublicRecords.com
CheckThem.com
DOBSearch.com
MyLife.com
IDtrue.com
411.com
Acxiom.com

https://github.com/yaelwrites/Big-Ass-Data-Broker-Opt-Out-List

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#JohnMcAfee’s Testimony To Spanish Court on 15 June Regarding #USExtradition…

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@MissingKids What do you think about this? “#UNICEF Report Says Pornography Not Always Harmful to Children.” I personally find it disturbing. 🤮

https://c-fam.org/friday_fax/unicef-report-says-pornography-not-always-harmful-to-children/


WASHINGTON, D.C., May 14 (C-Fam) A UN agency is again immersed in controversy for a recent report suggesting there is no conclusive evidence that children exposed to pornography are harmed.

The report published by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) addresses how government policy can be used to protect children from harmful, abusive and violent content online. Its conclusion is based on a European study of 19 EU countries that found in most countries, most children who saw pornographic images were “neither upset nor happy.” In fact, the report UNICEF relies on says 39 percent of Spanish children were happy after seeing pornography.

Porn fighters disagree with the UNICEF data. “UNICEF’s report ignores the vast body of research demonstrating the harms of pornography to children. By ignoring the real harms pornography can have, UNICEF is playing roulette with children’s health and safety,” said Lisa Thompson, vice president and director of the Research Institute at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.

Thompson’s organization, which provides expert research to inform policy decisions to end the sexual abuse and exploitation of women and children, has found that pornography can be a central driver of this abuse.

“Mainstream pornography contains horrific sexual abuse, rape, incest, racism – all of which children should not consume,” continued Thompson, and “UNICEF’s milquetoast assessment of the impacts hardcore pornography on children does nothing to challenge the political narrative that pornography is benign, and as a result, puts children in harm’s way.”

The 2020 EU Kids Online Study concluded that some children and young people “intentionally seek out sexual content” for a variety of reasons and that seeing sexual images “might also represent an opportunity” to provide answers to questions about puberty and sexual identity. The study encouraged “seeing the nuances” which lead children to seek out and view sexual content online.

UNICEF says any efforts to block children from accessing pornography online might infringe on their human rights. UNICEF bases this claim on an expansive interpretation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

UNICEF also claims that asking for age-verification to access pornography online may deny children access to what it calls “vital sexuality education.” It should be noted that critics charge “comprehensive sexuality education” is pornographic and harmful to children.

UNICEF’s release of this report comes just days after the U.S. Agency for International Development announced its renewal of its longstanding partnership with UNICEF, committing an additional $300 million in direct program funding. The U.S. is UNICEF’s largest government donor with 2020 funding reaching almost $994 million in humanitarian and development programs.

UNICEF generally has joined the feminist push at the United Nations in calls for abortion. The children’s agency was founded to help displaced children after the Second World War. Critics say UNICEF has strayed far from its founding vision, and that this call for children’s access to pornography under the guise of human rights and sex-ed underscores this change. At one time, the Holy See stopped its annual symbolic donation to UNICEF.

Securitas North America Announces Partnership with NCMEC

https://www.securitasinc.com/news/securitas-north-america-announces-partnership-with-the-national-center-for-missing–exploited-children-on-national-missing-childrens-day/

Hopefully neither of them are working with UNICEF. 😳

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