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Michigan Bans “Material Support or Resources” for Warrantless Federal Surveillance

Activist Post Michael Maharrey A new law banning “material support or resources” for warrantless federal surveillance programs went into effect in Michigan. This is an essential step every state needs to take at a time when the federal government seems unlikely to ever end unconstitutional spying on its own. Rep. Martin Howrylak (R-Troy) introduced House Bill 4430 (HB4430) last spring. The new law prohibits the state and its political subdivisions from assisting, participating with, or providing “material support or resources, to a federal agency to enable it to collect, or to facilitate in the collection or use of a person’s...

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Amazon, Microsoft, and Uber are paying big money to kill a California privacy initiative

The Verge As data-sharing scandals continue to mount, a new proposal in California offers a potential solution: the California Consumer Privacy Act would require companies to disclose the types of information they collect, like data used to target ads, and allow the public to opt out of having their information sold. Now, some of tech’s most prominent companies are pouring millions of dollars into an effort to to kill the proposal. AMAZON, MICROSOFT, AND UBER RECENTLY MADE CONTRIBUTIONS In recent weeks, Amazon, Microsoft, and Uber have all made substantial contributions to a group campaigning against the initiative, according to state...

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Facebook Accused of Giving Users’ Personal Data To Every Major Device Maker

Futurism Here’s a short list of all the companies that might have gotten their hands on your very intimateFacebook data without your knowledge: Global Science Research, S.C.L. Group (Cambridge Analytica’s parent company), AggregateIQ. And now you can add about 60 of your favorite companies that produce smartphones and computers. Just perfect. A searing report by the New York Times published Sunday publicly accused Facebook of allowing user data to fall into the hands of “at least 60 device makers — including Apple, Amazon, BlackBerry, Microsoft, and Samsung — over the last decade.” According to the report, the manufacturers even had access to data about friends of...

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DNA Website MyHeritage Hacked; 92 Million User Accounts Exposed

Zero Hedge   In an odd coincidence, earlier today we asked rhetorically “what could go wrong” if millions of Americans trust a DNA collecting company – in this case ancestry.com – with their genetic code. At almost the exact same time, Bloomberg reported that the Israeli-based consumer genealogy website, MyHeritage had been hacked, and that the email addresses and password information linked to more than 92 million user accounts have been “compromised.” According to MyHeritage, its security officer had received a message from a researcher who unearthed a file named “myheritage” containing email addresses and hashed passwords of 92,283,889 of its...

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10 Creepy Ways Companies Collect Data For Targeted Ads

Listverse At this very moment, everything you are doing is being recorded. You are being watched by computer programs and cameras that are monitoring you everywhere you go, in ways the wildest conspiracy theorists wouldn’t have believed ten years ago. It’s worse than you think. You’re probably already aware that everything you do online is tracked, recorded, and sold to make better-targeted ads, but it goes way further than that. Companies in the business of selling your secrets are doing things that go way beyond 1984. You’re being monitored in ways Orwell never even imagined. 10Hospitals And Pharmacies Sell Your Medical Records...

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This Upstate NY school district is adding facial recognition that can track students

Syracuse.com By Tribune News Service Next school year, Lockport schools will have in place the kind of security software used at airports, casinos and sensitive government installations. Facial recognition and tracking software will add an unprecedented level of security at the schools. District officials have decided locked entrance doors, bullet-proof glass and sign-in registers at the front desk are not enough. “We always have to be on our guard. We can’t let our guard down,” Lockport Superintendent Michelle T. Bradley said. “That’s the world that we’re living in. Times have changed. For the Board of Education and the Lockport City School District,...

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Cambridge Analytica starts bankruptcy proceedings in US

BBC News Cambridge Analytica has filed for bankruptcy in the US. The consultancy was at the centre of the Facebook data-sharing scandal in which it was accused of improperly obtaining information on users. The bankruptcy proceedings are part of the process of closing down the company and its UK parent, SCL Elections, that started in early May. The company blamed a “siege of media coverage” for driving away customers and forcing its closure. In court papers filed with a New York court, Cambridge Analytica said it had assets of up to $500,000 (£370,000) and debts in the range of $1m to...

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Daily Rabbit Hole #301 | DNA of every baby born in California is stored | Twitter censorship

Published on May 15, 2018 SUBSCRIBED 51K 1) South Carolina’s new law 2) Twitter hides content 3) California collecting DNA since 1983 4) Hepatitis B Vaccine 5) Battle tech changes game for SJWs 🤗 Help support my channel: https://www.Patreon.com/TheOuterDark http://dailyrabbithole.com/ 📄 Steemit.com/@TheOuterLight 🐸 Gab.ai/TheOuterDark 💡 Minds.com/TheOuterDark 🔷Twitter.com/Esoteric_ed Chat-room: 👾 https://discord.gg/2YNKCwc 🎧 YouTube channels: YouTube.com/c/TheOuterLight YouTube.com/c/TheOuterDark...

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Search US cell carriers are selling access to your real-time phone location data

Thanks Susan! ZDNet Four of the largest cell giants in the US are selling your real-time location data to a company that you’ve probably never heard about before. In case you missed it, a senator last week sent a letter demanding the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) investigate why Securus, a prison technology company, can track any phone “within seconds” by using data obtained from the country’s largest cell giants, including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, through an intermediary, LocationSmart. PRIVACY Senator wants to know how police can locate any phone in seconds without a warrant Real-time location data was accessible by...

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Of Two Minds – Connecting the Dots of Big Data, Soaring Corporate Profits and Trade Wars

Charles Hugh Smith It’s self-evident that we cannot possibly understand trade, soaring corporate profits, Facebook’s data collection or the economy without understanding the core role played by Big Data in reaping outsized profits and pushing narratives. Let’s connect the dots between these two comments from longtime correspondents: the first is on the model of collecting and selling data (Big Data), and the second on trade: GFB: “If I had a lot of money, would I want to do: A) –invest in the exploration forbidding areas of the globe for oil reserves with a 50/50 chance of no results –negotiate leases...

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FACEBOOK MOVES 1.5 BILLION USERS’ DATA OUT OF EUROPE TO CIRCUMVENT NEW PRIVACY LAW

The Last American Vagabond This doesn’t bode well for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and what remains of his tattered credibility. After Zuck suggested (but stopping short of promising) during testimony before Congress last week that he would treat all Facebook users’ data as if it fell under the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation, Reuters and the Guardian are reporting that Facebook has quietly moved the data of more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of European privacy law by transferring it from the company’s European headquarters in Ireland to its global headquarters in California. Here’s the Guardian: In a tweak to its...

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Grindr shares users’ HIV status with third-party companies: report

The Hill Grindr, a gay dating and hook-up app, has reportedly provided its users’ HIV statuses to two outside companies. Apptimize and Localytics, both data-optimization firms, have received certain information that some Grindr users choose to include in their profiles, including their HIV status and “last tested date.” Antoine Pultier, a researcher who discovered Grindr’s data sharing and spoke with BuzzFeed News about it, said that other information provided to the two companies including GPS data, phone ID and email, could allow the companies to identify specific individuals with HIV. “The HIV status is linked to all the other information. That’s the...

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Here’s Why That Recent Abuse of Facebook Data Matters

Futurism Your data is probably being used without your consent. This is, I hope, not a shock to you. In fact, it’s one of the biggest takeaways of the recent investigation involving Facebook and a data mining company called Cambridge Analytica. The short version: Cambridge Analytica used a quiz app to scrape data such as users’ identities, their friend networks, and likes from millions of Facebook users. Users inadvertantly gave consent by agreeing to the user conditions in the app. The company later used that data to build targeted political ads for Donald Trump’s political campaign, the New York Times, which conducted the investigation along with The...

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#DeleteFacebook Movement Gains Steam After 50 Million Users Have Data Leaked

The Wrap People are jumping on Twitter to announce their breakup with Facebook. The hashtag #DeleteFacebook is trending on Monday after the New York Times reported this weekend that the data of 50 million users had been unknowingly leaked and purchased to aid President Trump’s successful 2016 bid for the presidency. Twitter was littered with users sharing the hashtag: Also Read:Facebook ‘Very Sorry’ They Suggested Sexually Explicit Videos of Children Hey everyone #DeleteFacebook, it won’t kill you. I did it 3 years ago and am surprisingly still alive and God forbid, happy! Just do it. — Max  Power ???? (@Max_Power_) March 19, 2018 I...

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‘Utterly horrifying’: ex-Facebook insider says covert data harvesting was routine

The Guardian Paul Lewis in San Francisco  @PaulLewis  Email Tue 20 Mar 2018 07.46 EDTLast modified on Tue 20 Mar 2018 12.13 EDT View more sharing options Shares 11,661  Sandy Parakilas in San Francisco. ‘It has been painful watching. Because I know that they could have prevented it.’ Photograph: Robert Gumpert Hundreds of millions of Facebook users are likely to have had their private information harvested by companies that exploited the same terms as the firm that collected data and passed it on to Cambridge Analytica, according to a new whistleblower. Sandy Parakilas, the platform operations manager at Facebook responsible for policing data breaches by third-party...

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Cambridge Analytica: Warrant sought to inspect company

BBC The UK’s Information Commissioner says she will seek a warrant to look at the databases and servers used by British firm Cambridge Analytica. The company is accused of using the personal data of 50 million Facebook members to influence the US presidential election in 2016. Its executives have also been filmed by Channel 4 News suggesting it could use honey traps and potentially bribery to discredit politicians. The company denies any wrongdoing. Fresh allegations On Monday, Channel 4 News broadcast hidden camera footage in which Cambridge Analytica chief executive Alexander Nix appears to suggest tactics his company could use to...

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Revealed: 50 million Facebook profiles harvested for Cambridge Analytica in major data breach

The Guardian Whistleblower describes how firm linked to former Trump adviser Steve Bannon compiled user data to target American voters Sat 17 Mar 2018 18.03 EDTFirst published on Sat 17 Mar 2018 09.01 EDT   Play Video 13:04  Cambridge Analytica whistleblower: ‘We spent $1m harvesting millions of Facebook profiles’ – video The data analytics firm that worked with Donald Trump’s election team and the winning Brexit campaign harvested millions of Facebook profiles of US voters, in one of the tech giant’s biggest ever data breaches, and used them to build a powerful software program to predict and influence choices at the ballot box. A whistleblower...

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