DEBT COLLECTOR PORTFOLIO RECOVER SUED FOR SHARING PRIVATE INFORMATION WITH 3RD PARTY WITH OUT PERMIS



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16 Responses

  1. This guy deafly knows what he’s talking about I listen to everything that he said and did it also won my case against Midland

  2. Hello I have 2 repos Santander 5600.00 in collection and Capital One 13000.00 can you get these off the and how much will it cost was 2019

  3. Robert Allen says:

    I have portfolio recovery coming after me how can I find out if my info was shared?

  4. Anthony Rose says:

    This is because the Court’s holding was premised on the understanding that technologies like cell phones are indispensable for participation in modern society. When these technologies automatically convey sensitive and revealing data, without any affirmative action on the part of the user, it does not square with the Fourth Amendment to require Americans to make an impossible choice: safeguard their privacy by giving up the use of an essential tool or accept that the government will have effortless access to detailed data about their every move. Thus, to preserve the guarantees of privacy that the Founders intended, the Fourth Amendment protects the data produced by such technologies, and the government must use a warrant to get it. For example, although Carpenter did not specifically address GPS data, the inspector general noted that in future cases, courts may apply its logic to limit the use of GPS data without a warrant.

  5. Anthony Rose says:

    In United States v. Carpenter, the Supreme Court recognized that a central aim of the Fourth Amendment is to “place obstacles in the way of a too permeating police surveillance.” The Court held that police need a warrant to obtain historical cell site location information, a type of data generated as a cell phone automatically connects to nearby cell towers. Federal agencies have argued the decision applies only to this specific type of location data, and they have taken to purchasing access to commercial databases containing location information that can be used to track specific individuals. However, as the Treasury Department’s inspector general recognized, the ruling has broader implications when it comes to recalibrating Fourth Amendment protections for the digital age.

  6. Anthony Rose says:

    The Treasury Department’s inspector general recently issued a report warning that the IRS’s purchase of GPS location data may be unconstitutional in light of a landmark 2018 Supreme Court decision requiring a warrant for historical cell phone location data.

    The IRS is not alone in circumventing the warrant requirement by simply buying location data. The FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Defense have all been caught secretly purchasing cell phone location information, as well as other sensitive consumer data. It’s time to put a stop to this practice, which violates the Fourth Amendment.

  7. Anthony Rose says:

    It will never stop!!! It’s like a dog chasing it’s tail the dog can not grab or catch his tail.

  8. Anthony Rose says:

    Federal Agencies Are Secretly Buying Consumer Data

  9. portafolio is one of my collectors and they call me everyday how do I stop them

  10. Anthony Rose says:

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  13. Anthony Rose says:

    Honestly, I think the government & credit bureaus are selling us out

  14. Anthony Rose says:

    Hey Steve, maybe CFPB or individuals like us should Sue these debt collectors giving up our private information. That’s what monitoring protection is for our private information being sold for pennies on the dollar, nothing is free. My phone is blocked with FTC and I still get phone calls but having all kinds of protection for our information to be protected. If your paying your bills on time what’s really going on?

  15. Thx for your hard work hope this finds you and your wife doing great

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