Wednesday 29 March 2017

Big Brother Is Doxxing You

You want to find out everything about someone? (Police arrests, family, history of living locations, sex offenders list, etc.)

Instant Checkmate

Not free, of course.

No stalkers will ever use it, of course.

No serial murderers will be interested, of course. ("Find me the location of all Sarah Connor's in Los Angeles.")

No criminals will use it for identity theft, of course. (Or answering the "what is the name of your cat" question to get into your email.)

Nothing could possibly go wrong!

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  1. The problem is that felonies are indeed matters of public interest. If someone is a convicted thief, court of law, properly conducted trial and all that, then you and I have business to know about it.

    1. Correct. What interests me is how easy they've made it. Just $40 or so and you can use it for a month, multiple times, and no idea if you are actually who you say you are etc - something that the police should at least check before they start handing out information.