New Hampshire: A judge has ordered that authorities may examine recordings by an Amazon Echo speaker owned by Timothy Verrill of Dover, who is accused of first-degree murder of two women. New devices like Echo and Google Home may record background conversations in addition to listening for keywords. Prosecutors believe that the recordings captured the attack on one of the victims and could be found in the server maintained by Amazon, and information from the Echo would also include any cellphones that were paired with it. Amazon is insisting on a warrant before handing over private recordings.
A New Hampshire judge has “directed Amazon.com to produce” any recordings an Amazon Echo may have because it could contain evidence of a January 2017 double-murder. Prosecutors are looking for the two days worth of recording from the Echo in a Meaderboro Road, Farmington home where 47-year-old Christine Sullivan and 32-year-old Jenna Pellegrini were found dead.
The information from the Echo would also include if any cellphones were paired with it.
According to prosecutors, sometime between January 27 and 29, 2017, Sullivan and Pellegrini were murdered by 36-year-old Timothy Verrill. He was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, along with other charges, and is in jail waiting for his trial in May 2019.
“Investigators believe Sullivan was attacked in the kitchen of 979 Meaderboro Road where the Echo was located, and prosecutors believe there is probable cause to believe there is evidence on the Echo, such as audio recordings of the attack and events that followed it,” said court documents.
The NYPD said that several officers sustained injuries, including one who was struck in the head with a garbage can and another who was punched in the face. Protesters shut down the street around police headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri.
Riots broke out in Minneapolis, and fire crews responded to 30 intentionally set blazes during the protests, including at least 16 structure fires. Violence spread a few miles away to a Target store in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood where police said 50 to 60 people rushed the store attempting to loot it.
Trump’s executive order can be reversed by his successor when he leaves office, therefore, Congress should pass a law against censorship. But it won’t because politicians accept generous campaign contributions from big tech.
Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx relied on bogus computer models to frighten politicians into shutting down the country. Last week, after 39-million Americans lost their jobs, Fauci acknowledged that staying closed could cause “irreparable damage!” [Every school child in the country could figure that out, so why did he do it?
Church pastor Jerry Waldrop filed a lawsuit against the city of Holly Springs, alleging police officers had disrupted Easter service, and some believe that the fire was set by people who support the lockdown.
JP Morgan CEO Jaime Dimon acknowledged that the stock market is rising only because the Fed is using taxpayer dollars to save large companies. These bailouts are rewarding bad behavior by banks and their favored businesses, and it is creating massive debt that will destroy the nation.
While Bill Gates was spreading panic over the coronavirus and pushing for a 3-month lockdown, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was buying up tech stock, such as Apple, Amazon, Google-parent Alphabet, and Twitter, all of which did a booming business during the lockdown.
The doctors say the loss of livelihoods are causing poverty, loss of homes, despair, alcoholism, drug abuse, and suicides. It is the view of these doctors that these effects are more deadly than the virus.
People objected to sensors that would be placed everywhere collecting data on everything. They also were not not comfortable with a private company running their city [Good decision on the sensors, but it is hard to imagine that private-sector crooks would be much worse than public-sector crooks.]
Gates’ banker father was head of Planned Parenthood and the family was connected to a group of wealthy intellectuals who called themselves Eugenicists. That means they advocated so-called public-health programs that secretly sterilize those who are considered by the elite to be unworthy of procreation.
Heather MacDonald says says the longer people are under lockdown, the more dependent they become on the government for survival – which is what socialism, communism, fascism, and all other forms of collectivism are all about.
The proposed law law would enable mainland Chinese police and military agencies to operate on city soil for the first time. Protesters were hit with tear gas and a water cannon. At least 120 were arrested.
The state currently is counting anyone who dies WITH the virus as having died FROM the virus. Nevertheless, the epidemiologist on the payroll of the state’s Department of Health continues to claim that virus deaths are being undercounted.
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Facebook has two major problems, privacy and propaganda, which may lead to government regulation over the private company. Facebook is the biggest provider of news in the US, with a long track record of censorship, and it has the power to turn election results. Google and Facebook control 90% of the digital advertisement market. In addition, Americans’ privacy has been grossly violated because they have not understood the User Agreement.
Republicans in the House and the Senate voted nearly unanimously to pass a bill that will allow ISP providers such as Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner, and Verizon to sell your browsing history and other personal data that may include your Social Security number, passwords, and health information. You can protect your privacy by subscribing to a virtual private network (VPN).
California’s Consumer Privacy Act allows users to request a copy of the data that tech companies have on them, delete the data when they no longer want a company to have it, and demand that their data isn’t sold to third parties.