TikTok star shares “uncomfortable” amount of data Amazon has on her, including thousands of audio recordings

TikTok star @my.data.not.yours has uploaded a video clip for her fans documenting all the information collected by Amazon about her through some of her devices. She relates that she requested all the data that Amazon has on her and the report came back … Continue reading TikTok star shares “uncomfortable” amount of data Amazon has on her, including thousands of audio recordings

ILLEGALS STEALING THOUSANDS OF SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS FROM THE DEAD

AP Photo An audit conducted by the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) inspector general finds that thousands of social security numbers of people who are long deceased were used by illegal immigrants to apply for work, and some numbers were also … Continue reading ILLEGALS STEALING THOUSANDS OF SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS FROM THE DEAD

What’s Behind the Riots? A Federal Police Force: “Everything else has been nationalized, so why not the police?”

Michael Brown. Eric Garner. Tamir Rice. And who could forget? Trayvon Martin. It’s no secret that the likes of Attorney General Eric Holder, his replacement Loretta Lynch, President Obama and Al Sharpton have been dwelling upon these cases, while others with similar dimensions and often more tragic circumstances remain ignored. Scores of members in Congress joined in the chorus as well. But why are they driving these cases at all? These are not altruistic players. What is their agenda? In the wake of the chaos of riots and the mass movement of protests taking over cities across the nation, a … Continue reading What’s Behind the Riots? A Federal Police Force: “Everything else has been nationalized, so why not the police?”

Los Angeles cops do not need to hand over license plate reader data, judge finds

This LAPD patrol car is equipped with a LPR unit, mounted just in front of the light bar on the roof of the vehicle. Steve Devol A Los Angeles Superior Court judge will not force local law enforcement to release a week’s worth of all captured automated license plate reader (ALPR, also known as LPR) data to two activist groups that had sued for the release of the information, according to adecision issued on Thursday. In May 2013, the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California and the Electronic Frontier Foundation sued the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the Los … Continue reading Los Angeles cops do not need to hand over license plate reader data, judge finds