A subject close to home for me.
Anyone want a conspiracy?
Look into Tyler Technologies. A publically traded company who provides software to local and state governments for tax collection, mass appraisal
systems and judicial systems.
Doesn't matter what state you are in or even what country as they provide this for Canada and Mexico also.
The biggest problem is that tax appraisal/collections systems are being done by non-government entities.
Check this out: txcountydata.com
This is the website for our Appraisal District in Texas. It's non-government. Search for contact info
All you will find is a webmaster email! A site that controls the information for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of property in Texas.
This company contracts for multiple appraisal districts in Texas yet lists no address, phone number, fax, owner information or any other company
Back when I first looked into txcountydata.com, I thought it was crap little redneck good ol boy network for someone to make a few bucks off a
backwoods county. This is not so at all.
The problem is, Tyler technologies "Technologies makes no warranties or representations whatsoever regarding the quality, content, completeness,
accuracy, or adequacy of such information and data."
Guess what, our Appraisal District says it is not responsible for information posted on their site either.
Designed Deniability ripe for systemic corruption across our entire country.
edit on 1-12-2010 by AP-Chris because: sentence structure