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  1. A summons has been issued to President Trump in a lawsuit alleging he is violating the emoluments clause of the Constitution. The lawsuit — filed by the attorneys general in Washington, D.C., and Maryland — alleges that Trump is violating the clause, which prevents elected officials from receiving gifts or benefits from foreign governments without Congress’s approval, WAMU reported.
  2. Weird that a GRU agent forgets to turn on his VPN before executing a psyop. And he signs it in cyrillic on purpose?
  3. Well that was rude. I don't think genuinely asking how consent was given is dumb. If it was shown to me that it was EXPLICIT when downloading the app I would agree that it's different than what CA did.
  4. You had to install a separate Obama version of the Facebook app?
  5. That's what I'm asking though. How was consent given? If consent was the only difference between Obama's data mining and CA, and "consent" was hitting agree to terms of service that literally no one reads. Then there's not really a difference.
  6. How was permission given? Was it hidden somewhere in the user agreement? The campaign boasted that more than a million people downloaded the app, which, given an average friend-list size of 190, means that as many as 190 million had at least some of their Facebook data vacuumed up by the Obama campaign — without their knowledge or consent. https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/facebook-data-scandal-trump-election-obama-2012/
  7. The part about stealing facebook user info. Obama campaign did the same thing http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5520303/Obama-campaign-director-reveals-Facebook-ALLOWED-data.html Carol Davidsen, who worked as the media director at Obama for America, claimed Obama campaign mined millions of people's information from Facebook She said that Facebook was surprised at the ease with which they were able to 'suck out the whole social graph' But the firm never tried to stop them when they realized what was doing, and even told them they'd made a special exception for them They 'were very candid that they allowed us to do things they wouldn't have allowed someone else to do because they were on our side,' she tweeted Davidsen said that she felt the project was 'creepy' - 'even though we played by the rules, and didn't do anything I felt was ugly, with the data' Davidsen posted this in the wake of the uproar over Cambridge Analytica, and their mining of information for the Trump campaign
  8. Just publicly released http://docs.house.gov/billsthisweek/20180319/BILLS-115SAHR1625-RCP115-66.pdf only 2000 pages
  9. Another school shooting this am

    Where are you hearing 3 people dead?
  10. Only watched a clip that I saw on twitter so far. What's the difference between this and the vids O'Keefe makes?