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originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: PokeyJoe
It was the unmarked white van that convinced me not meter readers, TV licence etc.
Gone now anyways.
originally posted by: onehuman
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
I find it interesting you have Pence on that list. I personally could throw an elephant further than I trust him. I hope POTUS can make a change up when it comes to him. He has a lot of dirt back home he needs to answer to. I know POTUS was saddled with him as part of the deal to run on the Republican ticket.
g) Part 4 base = TDRDCTD = Q73 How precise is geo tracking (non-public c-level pro)? Alice & Wonderland
Timestamp encodes tweet date of Dec 18th.
VERY MINUTE OF EVERY DAY, everywhere on the planet, dozens of companies — largely unregulated, little scrutinized — are logging the movements of tens of millions of people with mobile phones and storing the information in gigantic data files. The Times Privacy Project obtained one such file, by far the largest and most sensitive ever to be reviewed by journalists. It holds more than 50 billion location pings from the phones of more than 12 million Americans as they moved through several major cities, including Washington, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.......
A DIARY OF YOUR EVERY MOVEMENT
THE COMPANIES THAT COLLECT all this information on your movements justify their business on the basis of three claims: People consent to be tracked, the data is anonymous and the data is secure.
None of those claims hold up, based on the file we’ve obtained and our review of company practices.....
Describing location data as anonymous is “a completely false claim” that has been debunked in multiple studies, Paul Ohm, a law professor and privacy researcher at the Georgetown University Law Center, told us. “Really precise, longitudinal geolocation information is absolutely impossible to anonymize.”
“D.N.A.,” he added, “is probably the only thing that’s harder to anonymize than precise geolocation information........”