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Telecommunications Giants Sold GPS Real-Time Data to Bounty Hunters and Vice Magazine Acts Surprised.

On Wednesday February 6th the Vice media machine, through their Motherboard tech news website, released a bombshell report after months of leaks, interviews and documents. The basics were that over 200 different bounty hunters were accessing supposedly 911-only real-time location data on phones of people they were hunting for about $1000 a pop.

 

When you pay the bill, they break the connection. When you give them the bill they break your finger

In the midst of the opiate epidemic that is literally killing Ohio, the jails are always full. This has been a boon for the economy of Ohio's smaller cities. Good paying jobs with benefits have been created for Police, Guards, Lawyers, Judges and Clerks just as manufacturing jobs have moved overseas.