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Internet service providers in the United States collect a staggering amount of detailed data on consumers, its has been accused by Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan in discussing an agency staff report on information.

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  1. Time to use different platforms that are by the people for the people.
    Not government CIA personal profiler sites collecting data and doing personality screening.
    Seems they are sorting out how they are going to rate peoples social credit score another agenda plan soon to roll out along with digital currency. One should consider why this info along with the hacked vaccine passport data, hacked medical data, etc…Lots of news articles over the years also pointing out specific targeted data that was hacked.
    Some real ethical questions need to be asked such as, why they need the personal data and who is obtaining the databases and who is profiting from the knowledge and resources and what are they funding and investing in? Is it ethical ?
    Biden is giving right to IRS to view anyone's account with a $600 transaction monthly cap up to 10000 annually targeting everyone since housing cost more than that a month.

  2. Pooooooooooor India

    Mass poverty is back in India
    AAbout 60% of India's nearly 1.3 billion people live on less than $3.10 a day, the World Bank's median poverty line. And 21%, or more than 250 million people, survive on less than $2 a day. fter 45 years, the world’s fastest poverty-reducing country adds the maximum poor in a year

    How India remains poor: ‘It will take 7 generations for India’s poor to reach mean income’
    World Economic Forum’s latest report says social inequality negates gains from high economic growth

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