Why the U.S. Needs Federal Data Privacy Legislation

The rules of the game need to change before it’s too late.

Source: Why the U.S. Needs Federal Data Privacy Legislation

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Integrated Posts Updates

It is about disrupting and holding accountable entrenched actors and conduct that have reared their ugly heads again and again over the years continuing to present.

The following have been updated and added to the integrated slides:

Posts:

Words & Perceptions Matter
Crossing the Line

Seattle Federal Corruption Slides Integrated:

Updated Slides 15, 16, 21, 22, 34, 35 ,36 ,37, 42, 43

This post is the 5th addendum to (previous limited information 9 posts) and  integrated post for documentation and reference purposes. Information, context and statements were previously and contemporaneously documented and independently verifiable. Conclusions and assessments are self-evident or clearly marked and separately identified. Related efforts are not recent and have been ongoing for a significant period.

Facial recognition startup Kairos acquires Emotion Reader

Kairos, the face recognition technology used for brand marketing, has announced the acquisition of EmotionReader. EmotionReader is a Limerick, Ireland-based startup that uses algorithms to analyze facial expressions around video content.

Source: Facial recognition startup Kairos acquires Emotion Reader

CIA Cafeteria Complaints II: Stale Bread Harder

Why is the food company subjecting the defenders of freedom to such undue stress?

After the tremendous response to our piece on the CIA’s cafeteria complaints, Michael Morisy immediately filed a follow-up FOIA for the most current copy. Two years and a switch to a far inferior food service contractor later, it’s finally arrived.

That something else does not normally look like melted chocolate and the sandwich was thrown away by whom?

An MBA here:

Should contact the guy the melted chocolate stuff.

He paid $5 for his index finger?

Taco bar is lipstick on a pig.

And the MBA guy fucked it up for every one else.

Cafeteria renditions!

 

I though they are good at sneaking things in and out under the watchful eyes of the adversaries … but that checkout lady is good … when manning her station. They are now calling for more transparency.

Source: CIA Cafeteria Complaints II: Stale Bread Harder

How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight

Samba TV, which has deals to put its software on sets made by about a dozen TV brands, uses viewing data to make personalized show recommendations. But that’s not the big draw for advertisers.

Source: How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight