Which Companies make their money off of spying on the public?
They will deny, defer, delay answers and lie, lie, lie about the fact that their biggest profits are ultimately based on spying on you and selling your data
Google (Entirely devoted to spying on everybody for political manipulation)
Facebook (Entirely devoted to spying on everybody for political manipulation)
Linkedin (Entirely devoted to spying on everybody for political manipulation)
Netflix (You didn't think that watching that Hitler documentary would "red flag" you did you?)
Amazon (Nothing you do on Amazon is not on the CIA/NSA databases 30 seconds later)
SpaceX ( All their launches are for spy satellites and their media satellites suck your data for Google/Facebook)
Palantir (The entire company is based on spying on citizens)
Splunk (They organize consumer spy data to help rig elections and marketing saturation campaigns)
Apple (That is why they never let you remove the battery: So they can always watch you via phone)
AT&T (This phone company sells everything you do over their lines)
Comcast (Cable TV was never so surveilled)
Redflex (They run the cameras at the intersections)
California's DMV (They make millions of dollars selling your stuff to outsiders)
Axciom (The mother of all spy databases for sale)
Taleo (You thought you were uploading a resume but you were sending your data to a spy operation)
The Creepy Way Facebook And Amazon Profit Off Our Private Data Shoshana Zuboff, the author of "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism," discusses how tech companies harvest our thoughts, preferences and behaviors.
Before Congress signs off on the NAO, it should create a better oversight system that would allow the House of Representatives and the Senate to monitor the new organization and to examine how BAE, Boeing, Harris and its fellow corporations stand to profit from this unprecedented expansion of America's domestic intelligence system.
FISA. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is the law that governs eavesdropping on agents of "foreign powers" within the United States, including suspected foreign terrorists. Point #3: The Bush-NSA spying was not authorized by any of these laws. Title III and ECPA govern domestic criminal wiretaps and are not relevant to the NSA's spying.
When Yahoo refused to be a party to domestic spying, the U.S. government threatened it with a $250,000 daily fine. The company acquiesced. Microsoft, Google and Facebook did not put up even token ...
Jun 1, 2018Regardless of where we live, we all benefit from data protection laws - companies must us show how they profit off our information Fri 1 Jun 2018 06.00 EDT Last modified on Fri 1 Jun 2018 11.16 EDT
The NSA's domestic spying program, known in official government documents as the "President's Surveillance Program," ("The Program") was implemented by President George W. Bush shortly after the attacks on September 11, 2001. The US Government still considers the Program officially classified, but...
AT&T Is Spying on Americans for Profit. ... No warrant is required to make use of the company's massive trove of data, according to AT&T documents, only a promise from law enforcement to not ...