Topic: Federal Trade Commission
Despite the fact that Alphabet Inc. collected nearly $40 BILLION in just the second quarter of this year, they have been fined a mere $140 million for collecting and harvesting personal data on millions ofchildren.
University of Phoenix was taken over by a consortium of former Obama administrators. Friendly lobbyists are using inside knowledge of the legal loopholes to make a profit at the expense of students who are unemployable after graduation, if they graduate at all.
Companies are making a fortune on this invasive practice.
The federal government seems to be looking into whether or not the company hid information, or was not quite as forthcoming as they should be with it.
“It’s like having door locks installed, only to find out that the locksmith also gave keys to all of his friends so they can come in and rifle through your stuff without having to ask you for permission!”
The little covered case involves major hacking, performed using FBI tools, taken from government entities, corporations, and individuals.
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