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FTC sues data broker that sell geo location data from cell phones under the guise of protecting the privacy of people going to Reproductive Health Clinics. The REAL REASON: they are trying to prevent 2000 Mules for the Midterm Elections.
Complaint suggests Zuckerberg should be charged for 2020 election influence operationAllegations include 'unlawful political activity' and income tax violationsIt's already well-known that Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg had an inordinate influence over the 2020 presidential election.In fact, GOP House leader Kevin McCarthy has accused him of colluding with the FBI to change the victor from President Donald Trump to Democrat Joe Biden.That was because Zuckerberg admitted that he ordered accurate but very damaging information about the Biden family's international business operations suppressed in the days before the 2020 vote.
How would it help the GOP contestant? The AG is attacking the people behind the data presented in "2000 Mules".
A federal judge has ordered True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and researcher Gregg Phillips to identify their source in their investigation of the election software company Konnech by Monday or face jail.Earlier this month, the CEO of Michigan-based Konnech, Eugene Yu, was arrested and charged by Los Angeles County prosecutors for allegedly storing election worker data on servers based in China. ...The complaint cited as evidence a message from a Konnech project manager through a Chinese-owned messaging app that said "any employee for Chinese contractors working on PollChief software had 'superadministration' privileges for all PollChief clients."Sam Faddis, former CIA officer, put that statement in perspective in a Substack post."An individual with super administration access to a system can do effectively anything inside that system," he wrote. "He or she can delete data, steal data, alter data, change programming, etc." ...Yu's arrest, Oct. 4, came one day after the New York Times published a story mocking True the Vote as "election deniers" for claiming Konnech was storing personal information about poll workers on servers in China, posing a serious security risk.Alluding to the New York Times, among others, True the Vote said in a statement after Yu's arrest that Konnech "was assisted by many reporters who unblinkingly accepted their now discredited claims as fact, and simply repeated them.""Election integrity should not be a partisan issue, nor should media try to suppress all conversation about it in a way that benefits one party," said Engelbrecht.