The Freedom of Information Act has provided the opportunity for individuals to know what are entailed in other people’s criminal public records.
Even though the Freedom of Information Act allows you to view criminal public records, there is some information that is not privy to you. There are some information that only Official Government Agencies, Law Enforcement Departments and the Courts can have access to and the level of access to private citizens vary per State. Continue reading →
Target identity theft scam – victims privacy
IMPORTANT NEWS AND NOTICES ABOUT HOW TO REPORT IDENTITY THEFT AS A VICTIM OF THE TARGET SCAM!
It is important for identity theft victims to report their identity being taken right away as it happens. Reporting the theft will hinder some type of damage that may arise.
Millions of Americans are now victims of the Target identity theft due to the breach of security. It is unfortunate that Target did not have the necessary security in place to protect its customers privacy, however, since we can not turn back the hands of time – you better take the steps necessary to protect yourself NOW!
Two things you need to consider when reporting an identity theft. It involves finding out who to report the incident to and how to report the incident. This is a serious matter for all retailers, not just Target. Today, CNN reported that Nieman Marcus is has also been hacked.
How victims can report identity theft
In regards to a suspicion of Identity credit theft the first action you need to take is to contact the Company where you have all of your financial accounts. You should get in contact with the Security Division of the Companies and inform them that you have suspected that your account has been breached or hacked. Continue reading →
What is identity theft?
Identity theft is any type of fraud resulting in someone losing their information relating to banking, credit cards, passwords and user names.
There are different ways in which you can lose your identity. One way is online. This is also called phishing.
Phishing is one type of online Identity theft. Fraudulent websites are created to hack into your Computer to access your personal data which would includes your credit card numbers, bank account data and other personal data. Continue reading →
To think you have any privacy on the internet is – well, just funny! Your being watched and monitored with every click of the mouse, with every post of a pic, every tweet and thanks to our friends at Google – every search you perform! Internet Privacy is like an honest politician – it does not exist!
So, you think you know who is watching you? You know why, right? No, you really have no idea! There is NO Internet Privacy!
Why and who would be watching me:
25% e-commerce use (to sell you more crap, including media)
75% government use (provided by Google, Facebook and all the cell phone providers)
You should know by now, there is no privacy on the Internet!
Public records are documents that are made available to the general public under the Freedom of Information Act. The information contained within these documents is commonly utilized for making assessment of an individual or affairs of the state.
Theoretically speaking, any document that is covered by taxpayer funds should be made available to the public. However this is not always the case, as some states have specific laws that dictate which records are open and which have restrictions imposed for particular reasons. These reasons often include the cases where the file in question will jeopardize national security, infringe on an individual’s privacy or interfere with a trial. Continue reading →
We’ve had irrefutable proof for a while now that the NSA collects and stores all of Verizon’s telephone call records. We now know, thanks to documents recently declassified by President Obama that the government snooping extends to tens of thousands of emails and other online communications, dating all the way back to 2008, and against the will of the secret court that oversees the NSA’s data collection program. We know that they have built a network which monitors and records up to 75 percent of all web traffic. There are two things, though, that we don’t really know. We don’t know to what ends exactly the NSA is using all of the data it stores on us, though we can be pretty confident it isn’t to target ads at us, a la Google. We also don’t know exactly how much Internet privacy they intend to infringe upon and revoke from us for whatever exactly those (presumably nefarious, they are overseen by a secret court after all) ends are. Continue reading →