How your enemies can have you attacked on “data-mining” services?
Every time you touch a keyboard, you hand your opposition the tools of your own destruction!
There are a group of BIG DATA Data Mining, privacy harvesting companies that can: find your kids for any stalker, kill off any chance you have of ever getting a job, destroy your credit, destroy your chances of getting a home, anticipate what you might do tomorrow, make you buy things you would not have otherwise bought, tell spammers and junk phone callers where and when to find you, tell everyone what your political affiliations are, and millions of other things that you never thought you were actually showing to the internet.
They grab every mouse move, hand twitch, the direction of your mouse travel, every word, password, page and link that you engage in. They know how long you looked at something, when you back-spaced, how many stories about sex you looked at and in what order. Are you a politician? This is the way your opponents wipe you out as in http://www.paybackpolitics.org
OR… do YOU have an opinion that conflicts with certain politicians? BANG! Push a button and you are TOAST via a “data burn”! You saw what happened to Micheal on the “BURN NOTICE” tv series, Right?
If someone does not like you, they can get input data to these services that will wipe you out and there is nothing you can do; there is no way to know if they data really came from you, an attacker or a mistake. When you fill out that apartment credit application, you just handed these guys a knife to stab you in the heart with.
What are you going to do about it?
Make it a FELONY for ANY data mining operation to NOT let you see EVERY single bit of data they have on you and correct OR DELETE IT!?
These are the Companies under investigation:
Axciom (CEO QUIT- UNDER FBI & CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION)
IBM Data Services
US People Search
Public Records Now
Advanced Background Checks
GIS BackGround Checks
Dun And Bradstreet
There are many more…
Send in your links. Let’s discuss..
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Feb 22, 2013 … Facebook is partnering with data giants including Epsilon, Acxiom … departments wary of becoming embroiled in a consumer privacy scare.
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Sep 12, 2013 … Acxiom, a data broker that collects 1500 data points per person on over 700 … privacy regulations by flaunting transparency—a diluted term, in t.