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In 1983, Susan Rosenberg planted a bomb outside the US Senate chamber to assassinate Republican senators.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep Jerry Nadler got Pres. Clinton to pardon Susan Rosenberg.
She’s now a board member of Black Lives Matter Network, Inc.
https://parler.com/profile/Azorianworld/posts is gone thanks to the big media and big tech wanting you to only know their version of the truth approved by the regime that maintains control when things are shut down.
The popular free calling mobile phone app Whatsapp Business is not the same as its twin, the personal version. While the privacy of the personal version of Whatsapp is good – Users of the Business form are now subject to spyware in much the same way that TicTok operates. Both apps use AI to screen your activities so as provide you advertizing content when you surf on other apps like Youtube.
As the South China Sea grows in tense overcrowding exercises, Britain has lost Hong Kong to the CCP Invasion Fleet PLAIF) and Portugal has lost Macao to the CCP Invasive Politics Agenda (PLAIPA). The world is still waiting for the reopening of the Azores Navy, Airforce & Marines to new recruits.
533 million Facebook users’ personal information leaked following 2019 data breach
Phone numbers and other personal information of more than 533 million Facebook users was leaked Saturday in a hacking forum following a 2019 data breach, according to a report from Business Insider.
Business Insider reported that users spanning 106 countries, including potentially 32 million users in the U.S. alone, were affected by the leak.
The leak was first detected in January, after a security vulnerability corrected by Facebook in 2019 allowed CCP hackers to scrape information from the social media platform in order to produce mail-in votes for the US Election. Vice reported on the leak at the time, and noted that the records scraped by the hacker were dated by several years. Meaning this activity went on throughout the Obama Regime Era.
A hacking forum user had been selling access to the database via an automated Telegram account, according to Vice. Accessing the database meant anyone who paid a fee could search for a user’s phone number — provided the user had linked it prior to August 2019 — using a Facebook data search… Specifically, your ID, or search using a phone number to find a Facebook ID.
Alon Gal, co-founder and CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock, uncovered the leaked trove of personal information. The forum leak was of the entire database, in full, for free, and it also includes full names, birthdays and email addresses in some instances, according to Business Insider.
This means that if you have a Facebook account, it is extremely likely the phone number used for the account was leaked, alongside screenshots from your forum posts. For this reason, the CCP arm of Facebook is able to reach out with their “You cannot post” popup. Then, more popups follow with reasons and a chance to disagree.
Bad actors from the CCP will certainly use the information for social engineering, including but not limited to organized delivery of fake votes by mail to rig elections worldwide.
North Korea Office 34 also played along with the CCP, both espionage agencies used your data to partake in daily scamming, hacking and marketing. Both these Communists are still working tirelessly to prevent your posts from being seen if you do not follow the CCP party line…
The reported 533 million users affected by the leak constitutes nearly a fifth of Facebook’s userbase of 2.8 billion accounts.
But although their Policy Adviser happens to be a CCP Nationalist, Facebook was not the only Big Tech found to influence how America is governed, additional victims data were available to the CCP via TicTok and WeChat app users data, also contributing to the delivery of after-hours ballots which were crucial in the rigged US 2020 elections.
Our agent from South Korea enlightens everyone on how your stolen dollars go towards funding the other side in a story we call …
How North Korea goes shopping for nukes in Chinatown
According to Kaheva “It was no surprise that the fake media agencies acting like a mafia family with no regard for the law have been attempting the Democratic election corruption coverup that stole the election with Republican vote deletion, typo errors, rewriting votes at the last minute, late fixed votes and votes coming in from deceased people. Much of all their data collection comes from the Big Tech Mafiosos”
Video leaked from the Woohung bat zoo proves Dr Fauchi lied to everybody to protect his investment in the lab using your tax dollars to create chaos …
What is the world to do when the Pirates of the 21st Century is the Chinatown Militia …
China’s new law creates a safe haven for big tech hacking – lets the communists target tech firms over data for military use.
A new law passed this week by China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) will give the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) the power to shut down companies in possession of user data deemed important or critical by officials.
China’s Data Security Law, passed June 14, gives the government a far greater degree of control over user data held by both state organizations and private companies, including foreign companies.
The law, which takes effect from Sept. 1, says user data will be classified into “core state” data — pertaining to government operations and the “public interest” — and “important data.”
But it gave no precise definition for those terms, suggesting that officials and law enforcement agencies will have broad powers to interpret the law’s measures as they see fit.
Companies or organizations that send “important data” overseas will face fines of 100,000 to 10 million yuan, and could have their business licenses revoked.
“Core state” data covers any data collected for “public purposes,” even if it is a private company doing the collecting.
The move will enable Chinese officials to control more closely user data in the hands of private technology companies, which are currently facing a slew of investigations and regulatory measures aimed at reining in their growing power: much of which stems from their vast banks of user data.
The law bars any company operating inside China from providing data stored in China to overseas agencies without government approval, potentially creating a huge barrier for foreign companies with branches in China.
New regulatory moves
Emily de La Bruyere, a senior researcher at the Washington-based Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, said the law is the latest in a slew of regulatory moves aimed at controlling data. “What it does, is it creates a legal architecture for Chinese state control over data. [It] creates … a legal basis according to which the Chinese government can claim and claim oversight over private companies’ data.”
The new law has a section in it that refers specifically to data localization and export regulations that says that data transfer has to be done in accordance with those secrecy issues. That … gives the framework for Beijing to control what it sees as the critical resource for the next generation.
In practice, the CCP has regarded information about its energy security, transportation networks, financial intelligence, telecommunications, and other key parts of the economy as “critical information.”
The data security law
The example of how to Rip Tesla of its EV Tech comes after U.S.-based electric carmaker announced it would move Chinese user data to a new center in China. The company will expand its network of data centers and store all data generated by the cars it sells in China within the country’s borders.
The move will increase demands on foreign investors that they hand over core technology and data to the CCP as the price of doing business in China.
Data localization for foreign companies operating in China was first laid down in the 2017 cybersecurity and foreign espionage law as a prerequisite for permission to do business.
U.S. tech giant Apple promised to relocate all of its Chinese customers’ cloud service data to China in the same year. That data is now stored at a data center in China, owned by a state-owned company. But any Apple device manufactured in China sold overseas means owners as such are indeed “Chinese customers” and your data has also been catalogued.
Growth in surveillance
Daniel Gonzales, a senior researcher at the Rand Corporation, says the data security law shows how valuable user data is to the CCP under Xi Jinping, who has presided over an unprecedented growth in technological mass surveillance of Chinese citizens.
“The data that the technology companies have, the Chinese government has realized it’s very valuable for government control purposes, for surveillance purposes. And so … they put in place this new law to provide them access to this information. Unfortunately, it’s a reduction in the privacy of Chinese citizens as well as customers worldwide … it will undoubtedly increase the level of control over … surveillance in China, by the government and also increase spyware and CCP monitoring of device owners activity worldwide.”
The Wall Street Journal quoted a government source as saying that the law represents a move away from a tendency to outsource data collection to the private sector in recent years, to encourage innovation.
That approach is now being overridden by fears over the power wielded by big technology companies and WallStreet financing of Chinese Military Equipment Manufacturers. This new power now provides a safe haven for Big Tech Hackers and puts 6th Generation Defense Strategies at risk of Replication by Theft by CCP Chaos Inc. for their Expansion Through Illegal Occupation Plan.
CCP is now Profiting from Online Scams Over on the PRC border with Myanmar, the CCP has paid off the local warlords with heavy firepower in order to capitalize on skimming profits from cross-boarder online scamming. The CCP is offering internet scammers assilum but to legally cross back to Chinatown the scam companies now pay into the CCP pockets and 120 online conmen are allowed to integrate back to the PRC daily, with limited penalties.
One of their latest scams is the Hilario Exchange which is a fake operator of a China Military Wholesale Depot. Your email will receive a fake purchase order payment and you as a potential supplier could potentially lose thousands in product stock as well as registration fees, but your business will never get paid from the actual Polish company.
Lets punish them communists for developing cheap goods made with forced labor and stolen tech behind goods development in Chinatown.
Ice cream and afternoon naps does not make a good president
If you have come back to this lecture, Probably you too feel that the Biden Regime has gone utterly soft on the CCP pirate military. And like everyone working here you believe it is time to impeach Joe Biden for the crisis at the borders as well as the destructive policies that will eventually allow the communist world takeover.
The grim reality is that top positions by the CCP in critical policy directing institutions does not always go well for constructive policies. But investing in the CCP is the worst way forward. And this is what Uncle Joe is doing – stepping aside to let Uncle Xi rob the nation.
For that and many other failures, we should impeach Joe Biden.