Thought of the week from Marty Bent:
Abolish the Bank Secrecy Act. KYC/AML laws do provably way more harm than good, they burden businesses with unnecessary compliance costs, and when the elites break these rules nothing happens to them. People shouldn’t have to constantly feed insecure third party databases their social security number and exactly where they live. Time for the authorities to roll up their sleeves and do some actual detective work.
Thought of the week from Matt Odell:
Every text, email, call, photo, payment, search, location - nearly every facet of our lives - collected, indexed, and stored insecurely to be used against us at will. We live in a world where relatives voluntarily add their DNA samples to growing databases and friends pay Amazon or Google to wiretap their houses. This is not acceptable. We must push back. Have some self respect.
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