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US Bill to block big tech from finance surfaces A bill reputed to emanate from within the Financial Services Committee has surfaced which is aimed at keeping "Big Tech" out of finance. This is specifically aimed at Facebook's Libra and to dissuade any other unicorns from getting any similar ideas. The bill would purportedly fine Facebook $1 million dollars per day for violating the law (if passed). This is perfectly understandable because, as I frequently quote "The Lost Science of Money" author, Steven Zarlenga, over on Guerrilla Capitalism "Whoever controls the money system, controls society" and they know it. Read: https://cointelegraph.com/news/drafted-keep-big-tech-out-of-finance-act-surfaces-days-before-libra-hearings
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Amazon coaches cops on how to obtain warrant free access to surveillance footage When I first discovered Ring, it was a net connected video doorbell that could double as an ad hoc surveillance cam. Since it was acquired by Amazon, its entire raison d'être is as a home surveillance tool, but it can also surveil the street. When you have a lot of homeowners using Ring, you get a lot of coverage. That's why local police departments are doing deals with Amazon, so that they can gain access to the: '"Law Enforcement Neighborhood Portal," an interactive map that allows officers to request footage directly from camera owners. Police don't need a warrant to request this footage, but they do need permission from camera owners.' Amazon helps in this effort by coaching cops in how to obtain footage from Ring owners. But don't worry, if some intransigent privacy loving nutcase or due process stickler won't give permission for the police to access his footage, the police can circumvent them by requesting it directly from Amazon. Read: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/43kga3/amaz
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US Bill to block big tech from finance surfaces A bill reputed to emanate from within the Financial Services Committee has surfaced which is aimed at keeping "Big Tech" out of finance. This is specifically aimed at Facebook's Libra and to dissuade any other unicorns from getting any similar ideas. The bill would purportedly fine Facebook $1 million dollars per day for violating the law (if passed). This is perfectly understandable because, as I frequently quote "The Lost Science of Money" author, Steven Zarlenga, over on Guerrilla Capitalism "Whoever controls the money system, controls society" and they know it. Read: https://cointelegraph.com/news/drafted-keep-big-tech-out-of-finance-act-surfaces-days-before-libra-hearings
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Amazon coaches cops on how to obtain warrant free access to surveillance footage When I first discovered Ring, it was a net connected video doorbell that could double as an ad hoc surveillance cam. Since it was acquired by Amazon, its entire raison d'être is as a home surveillance tool, but it can also surveil the street. When you have a lot of homeowners using Ring, you get a lot of coverage. That's why local police departments are doing deals with Amazon, so that they can gain access to the: '"Law Enforcement Neighborhood Portal," an interactive map that allows officers to request footage directly from camera owners. Police don't need a warrant to request this footage, but they do need permission from camera owners.' Amazon helps in this effort by coaching cops in how to obtain footage from Ring owners. But don't worry, if some intransigent privacy loving nutcase or due process stickler won't give permission for the police to access his footage, the police can circumvent them by requesting it directly from Amazon. Read: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/43kga3/amaz
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