TOM HENEGHAN EXPLOSIVE INTELLIGENCE BRIEFINGS
ALL patriot Americans MUST know, with sources inside American/European intelligence agencies and INTERPOL
reporting what is really going on behind the scenes of the corporate-controlled, fascist, extortion-friendly
propaganda U.S. media's massive deceptions
PROTECT AND DEFEND YOUR
CONSTITUTION BILL OF RIGHTS
SUPREME LAW OF THE UNITED STATES
"When injustice becomes law resistance becomes duty." ~ Thomas Jefferson
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Thursday January 1, 2015
by Tom Heneghan, International Intelligence Expert
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10 ways Facebook spies on you
Facebook tampers with our newsfeeds, analyzes our statuses and accesses our private messages to collect our data. They even monitor what we're watching and listening to.
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Facebook wants to 'listen' to your music and TV
However, some users have privacy concerns.
The feature, which will be available in a few weeks' time, uses the microphones inside users' smartphones to detect nearby music or TV shows.
Facebook Spies on You For The Government
Will allow third parties like the CIA, FBI, NSA etc. to collect information from your computer, phone and other devices where you can use Facebook
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Judge says Facebook must face class action lawsuit over message scanning
Published time: December 26, 2014 16:54
Edited time: December 27, 2014 10:33
Facebook must face a class action lawsuit filed in California claiming the social networking site sifted through users’ private messages for targeted advertising purposes, violating both federal and state law.
Lead plaintiff Matthew Campbell and two others sued Facebook in December 2013, alleging the company scanned user messages for web links, translating them to “likes” on the user’s Facebook profile. Data lifted from the private messages was then used for targeted advertising, the plaintiffs claimed.
"Facebook's practice of scanning the content of these messages violates the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA also referred to as the Wiretap Act), as well as California's Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA), and section 17200 of California's Business and Professions Code," the plaintiffs said.
On Tuesday, US District Judge Phyllis Hamilton denied Facebook’s motion to dismiss the ECPA and CIPA section 631 claims, while granting dismissal of claims pertaining to section 632 of the CIPA and section 17200 of the California Business & Professions Code, according to Tech Times.
Facebook "has not offered a sufficient explanation of how the challenged practice falls within the ordinary course of its business," Judge Hamilton said.
The court said Facebook’s terms of service is too vague to surmise whether users ultimately consented to the company’s scan of their private messages for advertising uses.
Plaintiffs said they have a reasonable expectation of privacy within their user-to-user messaging.
Though it said it stopped the practice in question in late 2012, Facebook said in an October motion hearing, according to Courthouse News, that it has the right to analyze user messages, as it still does to some degree protect against viruses and helps filter out spam.
"The fact that Facebook can configure its code to scan message content for certain purposes, but not for others, leaves open the possibility that the challenged practice constitutes a separate 'interception,’” Judge Hamilton wrote on Tuesday.
"Facebook moves to strike plaintiffs' request for injunctive relief, arguing that it ceased the challenged practice 'nearly two years ago,'" Hamilton wrote. "However, plaintiffs have adequately alleged that there is a 'sufficient likelihood' that Facebook could resume the practice, so the court denies Facebook's request to strike the injunctive relief at this time.”
Neither Facebook nor attorneys for the plaintiffs responded to Reuters’ immediate request for comment.
In addition to Facebook, Yahoo! and Earthlink have faced similar lawsuits. Google’s Gmail is currently appealing accusations that it violated the Wiretap Act as it scanned Gmail messages for targeted-ad purposes.
Meanwhile, in Europe, Facebook is fighting off a class action lawsuit filed in August, which claims Facebook violated users' privacy by cooperating with the National Security Agency's PRISM surveillance program.
WISHING YOU A NEW YEAR OF HAPPINESS
A RETURN TO U.S. CONSTITUTION PROTECTED
RIGHTS, FREEDOMS, PRIVACY
AND ‘RULE OF LAW’
As we live free or die, Lafayette remains at Brandywine and
Albert Gore Jr. remains the year 2000 DULY ELECTED,
natural born non-inaugurated,
REAL President of the United States.
Al Gore on Restoring the Rule of Law
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DULY ELECTED non-inaugurated, natural born
Albert Gore Jr.,
the REAL President of the United States
The Bush-Cheney-Clinton junta used the criminal Nazi Paperclip NSA to steal five (5) states: Florida, Tennessee, West Virginia, Missouri and New Hampshire from then Vice President now year 2000 DULY ELECTED natural born Albert Gore Jr.
This criminal elite used the Voters News Service with the assistance of the CNN cable news network to place a computer virus in the Voters News Service in Gore's home state of Tennessee, which has a massive CIA outpost to complete the Bush-Cheney-Clinton coup d'état versus the American People.
SAVE THE U.S. CONSTITUTION,
OUR AMERICAN REPUBLIC
AND WE, THE PEOPLE
PATRIOT U.S. MILITARY
DEFENDERS OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION,
OUR BILL OF RIGHTS, OUR FREEDOMS AND OUR LIBERTIES
WE ASK OUR CREATOR
TO SAVE OUR AMERICAN REPUBLIC
AND RESTORE THESE UNITED STATES TO
CONSTITUTIONAL 'RULE OF LAW'
THE SUPREME LAW OF THE UNITED STATES
The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World
In its international aspect the statue, which was a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States, commemorates the long friendship between the peoples of the two Nations—a friendship that has continued since the American Revolution when, implemented by the French with sinews of war, it helped turn the tide of victory to the side of the Colonies.
By Benjamin Levine and Isabelle F. Story, National Park Service 1961
image source wethepeopleoftheus.org
The moment I heard of America, I lov'd her. The Moment I knew she was fighting for freedom I burnt with a desire of bleeding for her--and the moment I schall be able of serving her in any time or any part of the world, will be among the happiest in my life.
--The Marquis de Lafayette to Henry Laurens, President of Congress, October 1778.2