It sounds unconstitutional because it is. The government should not be able to buy geolocation data gathered by the apps on your phone without a warrant. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/22/us/politics/dia-surveillance-data.html
@JeremyCouch @eff You're getting #privacy tips from a #CloudFlare website? yikes. And when we visit the unjailed copy of that page in #WaybackMachine, it's just a blank page apparently b/c Rob Braxman managed to screw up something that should just be a matter of simple HTML: https://web.archive.org/web/20201101142812/https://odysee.com/@RobBraxmanTech:6 So we can't even see what he has to say about
@JeremyCouch @eff The website proxies through #CloudFlare, which *impedes* speech. Tor users are blocked & non-Tor users have their privacy abused, the wise ones of which use a plugin to block CloudFlare sites. If you hit F12 & go to the network tab, click on a file, you'll see "cf-ray" in the header. That means it's a CF site.
@rporter @eff The tech giants (#MACFANG) is not where the gov gets the location tracking data. Tech giants profit more by keeping that secret & abusing it themselves. The location tracking data the gov buys comes from a hole-in-the-wall broker. I forgot the name of the company but there are many apps in Playstore that collect the data.
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