The Location Tracking Used in ‘2000 Mules’ Is Being Employed to Circumvent the Abortion Industry Much to the Left’s Dismay – Opinion

The Dinesh D’Souza documentary, 2000 Mules offered insight into how the 2020 Election could have been hijacked. This also provided information about location tracking and data collection, which could be used to support more conservative causes such as being able track women who are seeking abortions.

VICE is shocked that Safegraph, a capitalist firm, would sell data to make profits and market its ideology instead. Alarm bells rang quickly at the leftist New Media arm:

In the aftermath of the draft, more focus will be given to the intersection between data collection and abortion rights. This draft could also lead to an increase of vigilante activity and other forms of harassment or surveillance against people seeking or giving abortions. Customers could also include anti-abortion activists by using this location data. The anti-abortion movement is already quite adept at using new technology to achieve their objectives. In 2016, an advertising CEO who worked with anti-abortion and Christian groups sent targeted advertisements to women sitting in Planned Parenthood clinics in an attempt to change their decision around getting an abortion. Questions arise about the sales of location data and whether companies should have more controls over the purchasing of such information.

“It’s bonkers dangerous to have abortion clinics and then let someone buy the census tracks where people are coming from to visit that abortion clinic,” Zach Edwards, a cybersecurity researcher who closely tracks the data selling marketplace, told Motherboard in an online chat after reviewing the data. “This is how you dox someone traveling across state lines for abortions—how you dox clinics providing this service.”

The doxing was done last time I checked by the Death Purveyors and the Left. As for the targeted advertisements sent to women’s phones? All of us get spammed daily with unwanted garbage ads, and manage to ignore them. The advertisement, which is not as intrusive but still aims to save babies is also non-invasive. Team Planned Parenthood’s representatives pretend to be elected officials and want this practice stopped, particularly in light the SCOTUS decision. Roe V. Wade.

Business Insider Reports:

Sixteen Democratic senators have written to Federal Trade Commissioner Lina Khan to ask how the personal location data of people seeking abortions will be protected in states where abortion may soon be criminalized.

The senators, led by Amy Klobuchar and Tammy Baldwin, said they had “serious concerns regarding recent reports identifying data brokers buying and selling location data that include personal data related to family planning and abortion services.”

The senators cited a recent report by VICE that suggested anti-abortion vigilantes or organizations could buy datasets to trace people who have visited abortion clinics such as Planned Parenthood. Vice reported that data broker Safegraph held aggregated phone location data on 600 Planned Parenthood clinics.

An FTC spokesperson said: “I can confirm we have received the letter but we do not have any additional comment.”

Senators Tammy Baldwin (D.Wisc.), and Amy Klobuchar (D.Minn.) were both strong advocates of tracking humans when it came to COVID. Both Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisc.) and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. were staunch advocates for tracking human beings when it comes to COVID. Baldwin used inequity, disparity to call for increased COVID contact trace in minority communities.

Baldwin stated that the nation needs to be better at tracking how many individuals in communities of colour have tested positive or died.

According to polls, “communities of color” are still showing vaccination rates far below the average. She didn’t realize that some of that could be because they don’t want to be traced or tracked.

Baldwin gladly pursued her goal to ensure that tracking measures are incorporated into garbage COVID legislation, which Congress still spews out.

Baldwin stated that she managed to pass some health monitoring measures into law this week. She said she’ll keep pushing for the economic data as well.

You know that she will.

Klobuchar’s obsession with misinformation spread by tech companies about COVID vaccines is what drives her to push for FDA approval for vaccines for children aged 5-11. Klobuchar has no concern for privacy except in the area of vaccine tracking and data bases.

So, it seems for Democrats, it is perfectly okay to use location data to contact trace for COVID, vaccine adherence, or any other disease they deem is a threat to the public health, but if you use this data to help a woman avert an abortion you’re the worst.

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