YOUR PRIVATE LIFE IS NO MORE ......... THE SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM HAS ARRIVED

FACIAL RECOGNITION HAS ARRIVED. THIS IS A FAR GREATER OVER-REACH THAN YOUR PRIVACY BEING BREACHED BY SECURITY CAMERAS, YOUR ACTIVITY ON SOCIAL NETWORKS AND THE INTERNET OR TRACKING ON COVID-SAFE.

I suspect the majority do not know or care about being under the watch and control of government, employers, NGO's, corporations, police, health authorities or the drover's dog since most have interfaced on the internet with impunity for years. The scores of innocent citizens who have been punished, prosecuted in law or been persecuted in some way has grown exponentially. Personally I don't much care about privacy either but, if I was younger, I would certainly take steps to immunize myself against CONTROL by the oligarchs, technocrats and kakistocracy. You will ignore this until your daughter rings you and says>"Dad, I was called into the manger's office today and asked where I stood in relation to your tweet about the Freemasons". Maybe you yourself will be on an upward career path and suddenly be questioned why you were spotted entering the Citizen Action Group offices.

It's here. The 5G tech has opened the way to facial recognition to supplement social controls already in place [beginning in Australia with 711 stores in Melbourne]. The 4th Industrial Revolution has arrived and A.I will play a prominent role along with super computers and surreptitious spying through your digital home devices. There are steps that can be taken to avoid privacy breaches but that is for a future post. For now, the following addresses the issue with some steps that can be taken right now to mitigate the extent of breaches of your privacy.


Social Credit Scores Are Already Here

Authored by Derrick Broze via The Last American Vagabond,

People around the world are already being judged and denied access to financial services because of their social media data - and they don’t even realize it.

By now many of our readers are aware of the ongoing rollout of a nationwide social credit system in China. Starting in 2009, the Chinese government began testing a national reputation system based on a citizen’s economic and social reputation, or “social credit.” This social credit score can be used to reward or punish certain behaviors. The idea is that the state can give or takeaway points from a social credit score in order to engineer good behavior from the people.

READ MORE HERE from Zero Hedge or The Last American Vagabond:https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/social-credit-scores-are-already-here

AS IF CONTROLS LIKE FACIAL RECOGNITION ARE NOT BAD ENOUGH, ON TOP OF THAT IT CAN GO WRONG.


Facial Recognition Backlash Grows

Picture courtesy of Wikipedia

IBM, Amazon and Microsoft saw the handwriting on the wall about the biases built into facial recognition systems, as they recently bailed out of the market segment. The potential groundswell of hatred could severely damage their reputation and profit. ⁃ TN Editor

When the American Civil Liberties Union ran a test of Amazon.com Inc.’s facial recognition technology, the software falsely matched 28 members of Congress, many of them minorities, with mugshots of arrested people from police files.

Now, some of those lawmakers are drafting new legislation to curtail the use of facial recognition by police departments and government agencies. They’re looking to harness the public outrage over police misconduct and racial inequities, which have also put tech companies on the defensive over their sales of these products.

Civil-rights advocates have long complained that facial recognition tools promote bias by misidentifying people of color. But it’s taken the widespread anger and sorrow over the death in police custody of George Floyd, an African-American Minneapolis man, to galvanize the debate.

READ THE REST HERE: https://technocracy.news/facial-recognition-backlash-grows/?fbclid=IwAR2_ZjF-Dbbx7Bno0LbQElpl2SXSezAZcB7uRbzAkAc_Appsk8JBEcc4ocQ


HERE ARE SOME IMMEDIATE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO FOIL THE "PEOPLE-SEARCH" SITES THAT HAVE PROFILED YOU [AND FURTHER POSTS WILL SUGGEST METHODS TO AVOID THIS NEFARIOUS ABUSE ENTIRELY].


How to remove yourself from the top people-search sites (2020 update)

 | Updated by Jennifer Bridges 

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There are hundreds of websites that provide your personal information to anybody on the Internet. Known as data-broker, people-finder, people-search, or whitepages sites, some of the most common ones include Spokeo, MyLife, PeopleSmart, US Search, Intelius, Whitepages, and Radaris.

In this article, we’ll show you how to remove yourself from these sites. They each have site-specific opt-out instructions, and we’ll walk you through all of them. We’ll also show you some common pitfalls you need to watch out for as you go through the process.

Why do people-search sites have my data?

People-search sites crawl the web, scanning for information they can use to construct personal profiles of individuals. They get their initial data from public records published by the government. Then, they flesh the profiles out with information from social media posts, news articles, marketing databases, and more.

Because all the information on these sites is publicly available, the sites aren’t technically violating any privacy laws by reposting it.

But even though it’s legal, it is understandably an unnerving experience to see your personal information on these sites. Many of them reveal:

  • Your name and names of relatives
  • Addresses and aerial satellite home photos
  • Phone numbers and previous addresses
  • Financial information and work history
  • Age and date of birth
Has your personal information been exposed online? Remove my information

Many of these sites compile enough information about you to let someone guess the answers to common password-reset questions, which is a serious security risk. Not surprisingly, one of the most common questions we get at ReputationDefender is how to remove your information from people-search sites.

READ THE REST HERE: https://www.reputationdefender.com/blog/privacy/how-remove-yourself-top-peoplesearch-sites

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