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    I tried to warn you

    Maybe the "Applicant Tracking System" thread I started 2 years ago wasn't enough. Now in light of current news stories maybe it's time to re-visit the core issues.

    (sorry I wandered off topic several times I get it) but this CBS story speaks for itself when it comes to Facebook and Google abusing your personal information, PHONE CONTACTS, PHONE LOGS, and TEXT MESSAGES which have NOTHING to do with them.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/web-dev...re-goes-viral/

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    They say one thing and do something else.

    http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/03/...ntroversy.html

    By the way if you think it's only "hackers" that want your personal information, and you think the "good guys" are above doing an end-around through Facebook to avoid getting a warrant you REALLY ARE dumber than you look.

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    If you don't know what a "simulated cell tower" is where any one can evesdrop on ALL your phone calls and text messages here is some light reading.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018...ashington.html

    Incidentally anyone with enough electronic aptitude to assemble a HAM radio from a kit from any Radio Shack can go online and buy all the pieces from Amazon to assemble one of these for themselves. Connecting it to a computer to digitally record all the data is equally as simple. The only part that's hard is breaking the encryption on government phones but don't worry because folks like Hillary Clinton don't carry government phones they use Blackberries (which they smash whenever they don't want to leave "evidence".

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    So can someone help me understand exactly WHO gets to decide who are the "good guys" and who are the "bad guys"?

    For that matter maybe "good v. bad" isn't even a criteria; maybe it's Democrat v. Republican; "Religious" v. Secular; North v. South; haves v. have-nots?

    (things that make you go "hmmmmm") >> http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/05/...port-says.html

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    Apparently someone is reading because the hit count keeps going up. If you are one of the STUPID people who thinks this is all "innocent" I guess you can either move on in blissfull ignorance ... or you can watch the video and read the news. I'm offering this as an "I told you so" to those who gave me grief when the second generation of Android phone came out 5 years ago and I saw what was "coming soon".

    Watch the video >> https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/17/1...o-data-privacy

    Read the news >> http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/05/...user-data.html
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    ever notice that RATS run when you turn on a light?

    Google has decided (after news of "Project Maven" which uses aritificial intelligence software to target ANYONE & ANYTHING, ANYWHERE in the world got out into the mainstream media) that it will not renew the contract which ends next year. YOU (the American taxpayer) is already paying about $250 million.

    Translation: "Now that all the horses have escaped Google has decided to close the barn door".

    Welcome to the "New World Order" and the "JEDI contract" is the one that's going to take you there.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/01/t...ect-maven.html

    The moral of the story is ... "if militant liberals like Google are worried and upset what does that mean for "normal" working folks like us"?
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    So now I see Uber has applied for a patent that uses Artificial Intelligence to decide if you are acting "uncharacteristically". (translation: DRUNK). It's a simple process they just tap the accelerometer and the GPS in your phone whenever it has a charge (REGARDLESS of whether it's turned on or not) to decide if you are stumbling, holding the phone askew, or whatever other factors may indicate you aren't quite "yourself". I guess then they change the parameters of when and where you get a ride and from or with whom.

    I guess since they are in constant contact with Google maybe they just call the cops to give you a ride (or send a random 911 text to check you out "in the interest of public safety") ... or maybe the cops just tap into Google data and using an application of their own to bypass probable cause and look at random users to decide who to target.

    "Soooo the GPS says you pulled up at Cheers brew pub at 5pm for Happy Hour, and by 9pm you're still there acting "uncharacteristically" when the UBER Artificial Intelligence program on your phone decides you're drunk" .... now what?

    http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/06/...et-in-car.html

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