Google is about to have its Cambridge Analytica moment. A security bug allowed third-party developers to access Google+ user profile data since 2015until Google discovered and patched it in March, but decided not to inform the world . When a user gave permission to an app to access their public profile data, the bug also let those developers pull their and their friends’ non-public profile fields. Indeed, 496,951 users’ full names, email addresses, birth dates, gender, profile photos, places lived, occupation and relationship status were potentially exposed, though. Google says it has no evidence the data was misused by the 438 apps that could have had access.
Anybody who has a Gmail account is also unwittingly a GooglePlus user. Could it be that these tech companies are doxxing conservatives and willfully leaving the door open for bad actors? Think plausible deniability.
Importers owe the federal government $4.4 billion for importing goods hit by the tariffs through Oct. 2, but said it was unclear how much of that total has been collected. The Treasury Department didn't have details on what portion of the $4.4 billion had been collected, and how much was still owed.
hose four women — Kim Jackson, Shannon Grammel, Megan Lacy, and Sara Nommensen — were at the Supreme Court on Sunday, aiding Kavanaugh ahead of his first case hearings this week, the Times details. Jackson will become one of three black law clerks working at the Supreme Court this term. She has previously worked for Kavanaugh, along with one of the other black clerks, per The Washington Post.
An illegal alien from El Salvador, who was previously deported from the U.S., was charged with the rape and a list of other charges after a woman in Long Island, New York, was attacked, beaten unconscious and was then raped.
A controversial four-day sex fest offering "unlimited" drug and booze-fueled orgies with prostitutes is making its return after sparking outrage last year. Sex Island promises two "latina" women for every man, live sex shows, luxury yacht parties and "surprises" - all for nearly $5,000. It all goes down on a "drug-friendly" private Caribbean island where men can have "unlimited sex", swap partners and fulfill their sexual fantasies while partying "like a millionaire", say organizers. Last year's event provoked fury, with critics branding it "disgusting" and "creepy", and calling for an investigation into possible crimes.
Ignore the polls and vote. Fake polls are a precursor to election fraud, so VOTE. They will try to rig Florida because there’s some crazy things going on down there that only the ravages of socialism can hide. They used the hurricane to bring in millions of Puerto Rican’s fleeing the socialism that ruined their island just to bring it to Florida. Tell your family and friends to get ready to MAGA and VOTE.
After penning an article critical of 5G and calling to question the unsettled science regarding health effects of millimeter wave frequencies, John C. Dvorak, a 30 year veteran of PC magazine was unceremoniously fired. His article was scrubbed from their site and replaced with a column cheer-leading for the technology.
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