'The problem exploded into public view earlier this year, when hundreds of active duty and veteran Marines were found to be circulating explicit images of current and former women service members. The images were posted in a secret Facebook group, passed around the way that their grandfathers might have traded copies of Playboy. Roughly two dozen service members have been investigated since the scandal broke in January, leading the Marines to formally ban nonconsensual porn in April. In May, the House unanimously voted to make nonconsensual porn a military crime subject to court marshal'.
Fast-forward through those few decades of this culture of hidden camera capture of porn and today we have baby boomers like myself-----or my parents-----or my siblings all having passed through this MORALITY CORRUPTION tied to illegal surveillance cameras and microphones capturing PORN without consent.
Today's seniors hitting retirement and aging bringing health concerns are seeing themselves channeled into these TELEMEDICINE SURVEILLANCE ROOM structures as I describe in MY CASE of NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG in my living space.
Affordable Care Act Requires Euthanasia For Sick Seniors
Posted on August 11, 2014 by mike the inkman
MIAMI, Florida –
Two years ago, Mildred Honeycutt, a senior and a resident of an assisted living community near Miami, Florida, was ecstatic about her new health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Deemed ‘too affluent’ for Medicaid, she had found it impossible to get coverage due to her advanced age and several pre-existing medical conditions.
Today she is singing a different tune.
If one takes MY CASE or the case of MY FRIEND both being made victims of streaming video made into PORNOGRAPHY----both indeed can be considered REVENGE PORN for one reason or another----made a serious felony by the sharing of images on a NETWORK, not the simple misdemeanor.
'These threats can be used to coerce or control individuals and can cause significant mental distress, even if the photos themselves are never shared with others or posted publically'.
How long is someone targeted to be HIT as illegal black market PORN left without KNOWING before they are told via this FEEDBACK AND CHATTER structure.
This article relates more to trouble between people in relationships gone bad----that 1/25 is tip of iceberg if all these NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG ---HIT LIST of making people victims of illegal surveillance and PORN are included in STATS----ergo, FAKE DATA not exposing the saturation of victims.
NONCONSENSUAL IMAGE SHARING: ONE
IN 25 AMERICANS HAS BEEN A VICTIM OF
Data Memo 12.13.2016
AMANDA LENHART, Data & Society
MICHELE YBARRA, Center for Innovative Public Health Research
MYESHIA PRICE-FEENEY, Center for Innovative Public Health Research
Nonconsensual Image Sharing: One in 25 Americans has been a victim of “revenge porn”
What is nonconsensual image sharing?
Nonconsensual image sharing, also commonly called “revenge porn,” is when someone shows, sends,
or posts nude or nearly nude photos or videos of someone else without the consent of the person
In some cases, the images are created consensually, such as when romantic partners take
pictures for each other or together.
In other cases, these images may be created nonconsensually,
such as when someone is secretly or forcibly photographed or taped. These images are also posted
online in different ways. Images are sometimes posted by a romantic partner in the aftermath of
a break up or during a fight, or may be obtained by someone hacking into a private online space and
stealing the images. In all cases, these sensitive images are shared with third parties without the consent
of the person pictured.
In 2014, nonconsensual image sharing made headlines when dozens of celebrities’ private photos were
exposed. An Illinois man published over 500 photos of celebrities (almost all of them women) that he had
stolen from their email and online storage accounts.
He had obtained targets’ login credentials through
a series of phishing attacks over the course of almost a year. Victims of this hack included actresses,
models, and athletes; many of the celebrities targeted have spoken out about the emotional distress
they have experienced from this invasion of privacy.
More recently, a Saturday Night Live castmember was targeted by hackers and trolls, who mounted
a campaign of racist and sexist attacks against the comedian on social media.
Later, hackers stole private
information from her online storage accounts—including nude photos and images of sensitive
documents, such as her driver’s license and passport. The hackers also compromised the comedian’s
private website, then published the stolen material and racist images on her site.
The exposure of
her private materials was one component of a campaign of intimidation and retribution for speaking
out against her previous harassment.
Data & Society Research Institute
The harms from nonconsensual image sharing can be substantial; a single act of posting sensitive images
can cause lasting and ongoing reputational damage to victims. These images are often posted alongside
personally-identifying information about the victim when they are posted in online spaces, which can lead
to additional harassment and threats from third parties.
Even if the images are never actually posted publically,
the perpetrator may use threats to post such images as a method of controlling or intimidating the victim.
Until recently, victims of nonconsensual pornography often faced difficulty pursuing legal action against
Some perpetrators and operators of “revenge porn” websites have been prosecuted under
existing laws, such as the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), for hacking,
impersonation, identify theft,
Legal scholar Amanda Levendowski has also written that because most of the images in question
were originally taken by the victims themselves, they may be able to seek protection under copyright laws;
victims have submitted takedown requests to websites under the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
In response to the lack of specific criminal laws against nonconsensual pornography and a growing public
awareness of the issue, more than 30 states have passed legislation over the past three years attempting to define
and criminalize “revenge porn” and other types of nonconsensual pornography, according to George Washington
Univeristy Law professor Orin Kerr.
While national legislation has yet to be passed, U.S. Representative Jackie Speier
(D-CA) introduced a bill criminalizing revenge porn in mid-2016.
One in 25 Americans has been a victim of threats or posts of nearly nude
or nude images without their permission
Media coverage of revenge porn largely focuses on instances when celebrities have had private nude or explicit photos
or videos made public without their consent, but this experience is not limited to the famous and newsworthy.
Roughly 3% of all online Americans have had someone threaten to post nude or nearly nude photos or videos of them
online to hurt or embarrass them, and 2% of online Americans have had someone actually post a photo of them online
without their permission. Taken together, 4% of internet users—one in 25 online Americans—have either had sensitive
images posted without their permission or had someone threaten to post photos of them
Nonconsensual Image Sharing: One in 25 Americans has been a victim of “revenge porn”
One in ten young women have been threatened with the possibility of public
posting of explicit images
Among all online Americans, 3% have had someone threaten to post nearly nude or nude photos or videos
of them online to hurt or embarrass them. These threats can be used to coerce or control individuals and can
cause significant mental distress, even if the photos themselves are never shared with others or posted publically.
Young people ages 15-29 are the age group most likely to report being threatened with the potential sharing
of nude or nearly nude images, with one in 14 (7%) internet users under the age of 30 experiencing this compared with 2% of adults ages 30 and older.
Young women in particular are more likely to be targeted: One in 10 women under the age of 30 have experienced threats of nonconsensual image sharing, a much higher rate than either older women or older and younger men.
Young adults are more likely than older adults to have had someone post an
explicit photo without their permission; men and women are equally likely to
have someone post a photo
About 2% of all online Americans have had someone post a nearly nude or nude photo of them online without
their permission. Younger internet users, particularly those ages 18-29, are more likely than older adults to have
had nude or nearly nude photos of themselves posted without permission (5% vs. 1%). At the same time, men
and women are equally likely to have sensitive photos posted.
LGB internet users are far more likely than those who identify as heterosexual
to have experienced threats of or actual nonconsensual image-sharing
Among internet users who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB), 15% say someone has threatened to share
a nude or nearly-nude photo or video of them without their permission, a far higher rate than among heterosexual
internet users (2%). In addition, 7% of LGB respondents have had someone share a nude or nearly nude image
of them, compared with 2% of heterosexual internet users. Taken together, 17% of LGB Americans have either
had an image shared without their consent or have had someone threaten to share an image of them.
Many victims of nonconsensual image sharing and related threats have had
an account or computer hacked
Although we cannot say whether these incidents are necessarily related, 43% of those who have endured threats
of the posting of nude photos or have had photos posted online also report that someone has hacked into their
online account or computer and stolen sensitive personal information. This compares with 12% of those who
haven’t been threatened with or experienced the exposure of these images but who report similar hacking
of their accounts or devices
Nonconsensual Image Sharing: One in 25 Americans has been a victim of “revenge porn”
Resources for victims of nonconsensual image sharing
Below is a list of resources for those looking for information or assistance in handling
Without My Consent has educational materials and practical resources for victims
of nonconsensual pornography, including a state-by-state guide explaining relevant laws
for 10 states.
The Cyber Civil Rights Initiative is an advocacy organization that maintains a 24-hour Crisis
Helpline for victims of nonconsensual pornography at 844-878-2274.
The California Attorney General’s office maintains a website on cyber exploitation with
resources for victims, tools for law enforcement, and links to privacy and removal policies.
The data for this study were collected through the Data & Society / CiPHR Measuring
Cyberabuse Survey, a nationally representative telephone survey conducted on cell phones
and landlines, interviewing 3,002 American internet users ages 15 and older. The survey was
conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International (PSRAI) and funded
by the Digital Trust Foundation. Survey design and data analysis were executed by staff
at the Data & Society Research Institute and the Center for Innovative Public Health Research.
Interviews were administered in English and Spanish by Princeton Data Source from
May 17 to July 31, 2016. Statistical results are weighted to correct known demographic
discrepancies. The margin of sampling error for the complete set of weighted data
is ±2.0 percentage points. For more detail, please see the Methods page at
Data & Society Research Institute
Data & Society
is a research institute in New York City that is focused on social, cultural, and ethical issues
arising from data-centric technological development. To provide frameworks that can help address emergent
tensions, D&S is committed to identifying issues at the intersection of technology and society, providing
research that can ground public debates, and building a network of researchers and practitioners that can
offer insight and direction. To advance public understanding of the issues, D&S brings together diverse
constituencies, hosts events, does directed research, creates policy frameworks, and builds demonstration
projects that grapple with the challenges and opportunities of a data-saturated world.
The Center for Innovative Public Health Research
, also known as CiPHR, examines the impact that
technology has on health and how it can be used to affect health. We have developed programs to reduce
HIV transmission, increase smoking cessation, and provide supportive resources for youth experiencing
cyberbullying and people with depression. CiPHR is a non-profit, public health research incubator founded
under the previous name, Internet Solutions for Kids, Inc. (ISK). Our vision is to promote positive human
development through the creation and implementation of innovative and unique technology-based
research and health education programs. Public health is ever evolving and so are we.
As my living space and building are OBVIOUSLY being remodeled to be a TELEMEDICINE STANFORD TOTAL PRISON model of militarized medicine meets far-right corporate fascism I describe in detail the events and conversations in live with each day since being told in JANUARY I was being illegally surveilled and made into PORN. If a woman in a marriage is made aware that she/he has been compromised late in life ----trying to escape HARD PORN capture in ordinary every day sex by moving out of a marriage bed for example-----
THAT WOULD SHOW A PERSON OF MORAL CHARACTER WHILE THOSE NOSY NEIGHBORS ARE SIMPLY PORN MULE PARASITES.
Of course THE NETWORK sponsoring NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG find these attempts at modesty -------a denial of MARRIAGE RIGHTS.
There are so many societal structures being used in creating these HIT STATUS as making this or that person 'RUINED' there is absolutely no way to escape this network thinking a HIT person can be MARKED for life---ergo, illegally surveilled and used a PORN throughout lifetime.
The only escape is------
----allowing these illegal surveillance to occur until one dies-----
----allowing oneself to be pushed into being a NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG-----being handed a HOUSE to be used as a BUILDING TO HIT new victims of illegal streaming black market PORN----
OR one simply kills themselves----AKA ----EUTHANASIA SUICIDE assisted by doctor-supplied suicide cocktails. This process was under the table these few decades----now made REQUIRED MEDICAL TREATMENT by AFFORDABLE CARE ACT.
So, what is happening to ME in MY CASE is simply child's play as to goals MOVING FORWARD in this extreme DEEP DEEP REALLY DEEP STATE totalitarianism which look like STANFORD TOTAL PRISON MODEL.
TELEMEDICINE SURVEILLANCE ROOMS MEET GLOBAL PRIVATE MILITARY MEDICINE AND POLICING/SECURITY
Who wouldn't want THAT ------to MOVE FORWARD???????????
If I keep being VERY PUBLIC about what has been kept as an OPEN SECRET------my goal is to STOP MOVING FORWARD by getting 350 million US 99% of WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown SHAKING THEIR TAIL FEATHERS.
Required euthanasia for those with DEMENTIA----or if someone is made to appear CRAZY------mentally ill. Both are EASY PEASY to manufacture for those US citizens being called REBELLIOUS when they are simply exercising their rights as SOVEREIGN US CITIZENS.
Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia May Lower Healthcare Costs
October 29, 2015
California Legalizes Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill
To clarify the subtlety between physician assisted suicide and euthanasia:
Physician-assisted suicide refers to the physician providing the means for death, most often with a presciption. The patient, not the physician, will ultimately administer the lethal medication. Euthanasia generally means that the physician would act directly, for instance by giving a lethal injection, to end the patient’s life.
Despite being on the ‘right’, perhaps a good argument can be made for assisted suicide as a way to lower healthcare costs. Studies have shown that end-of-life care disproportionately contributes to health care costs in the United States:
I was pleasantly surprised to find that 41% of Republicans, according to a Gallup poll, support assisted suicide:
So being pro-euthanasia not as ‘liberal’ as some may assume. Part of the problem is the belief shared by both sides of the aisle that ‘every life is worth saving’. Lives stop being sacred/worth saving when they pose a threat to others or are too expensive, as shown by how 1% of the population contributes 20% to healthcare spending:
This is like reverse-Darwinism, survival of the un-fittest. We’re wasting tens of billions of taxpayer dollars a year keeping people alive who, in essence, are natures ‘mistakes’. If you have a lot of money and want to be kept alive another six months or so, fine…it’s your money, but not at taxpayer expense. The same liberals who call themselves ‘pro science’, their belief in Darwinism and survival of the fittest doesn’t apply in real life, as shown, for example, by the leftist outrage over UK TV presenter Katie Hopkin’s observation that allocating public hospital beds to dementia patients is a waste of public healthcare resources.
The only argument I think of for costly, tax-payer funded medical procedures is if they are for research purposes in the hope that successful treatments will lead to lower costs in the future for certain rare and costly diseases, but as evidenced by exploding health care costs, we’re far from that. Public healthcare should be prioritized to, first, American citizens, not illegals; second, to those who have conditions that are are most amenable to therapy; and, finally, for more expensive and difficult produces that involve scarcity such organ transplants, by IQ, with donor waiting lists ranked by IQ. All else being equal, it’s a better use of resources giving a higher IQ person priority over a lower IQ person.
Some argue that the free market will fix healthcare, but the system as it stands right now is out of control. Healthcare has become more like palliative care, spending billions prolonging lives long after they have stopped being useful. From an economic perspective, that sounds very inefficient that even a free market can’t fix it. In eliminating the social safety net, people who cannot afford healthcare would have to find way to raise funds through charity or family and friends, have insurance, pay out of pocket, or simply not get access to healthcare. Since many people, understandably , find the idea of letting sick or injured people who cannot afford treatment die to be repugnant, the role of the government is to allocate a public pool of resources to these individuals. However, this goes back to the trade-off between saving lives and optimal resource allocation. Any time you have a public good, rationing of some form is necessary or costs will balloon, which is what’s happening right now.
Another problem is the issue of insurance; millions of Americans are uninsured, drawing from public resources at little cost to them. That’s kinda why I agreed with the idea requiring people to get insurance or else suffer some consequence, but there many factors that dissuade people from getting insurance:
Many people already have company healthcare plans.
People with insurance can sometimes become underinsured.
A lot of young people draw off their parent’s plans.
Young people typically don’t need insurance.
Older people have medicare; others have VA benefits.
Low-income people have medicade, as well access to emergency rooms.
Millions of insured Americans have had plans canceled due to Obamacare.
The ACA (affordable care act) requires that insurance companies redistribute the costs of covering unprofitable, high-risk members on everyone else, which resulted in the cancellation of millions of plans that didn’t meet the standards of the ACA:
Some policies are being canceled because the law is doing precisely what it was meant to do: create an insurance market where Americans share the cost of getting sick more broadly.
In Obamacare’s central bargain, insurance companies agreed to stop turning people away or charging them more for being sick, in exchange for everyone buying a minimum level of coverage…
To dismantle that system, the law sets new rules for health plans sold after 2013, limiting how much insurers can vary premiums by age, gender, or health status. The new plans must pay for at least 60 percent of members’ medical costs on average. They also have to provide 10 areas of coverage, called essential health benefits, such as hospitalization, mental health treatment, and maternity care. In the past, people buying health plans on their own, rather than through an employer, could lower their premiums by purchasing more limited policies. Now that all policies must provide comprehensive coverage, people who’d bought limited plans on the cheap are seeing their premiums go up.
That means men are paying for maternity care. Is that fair? No.
In addition to cancellations and high premiums, other problems associated with Obamacare include high co-pays and doctors opting out of Obamacare exchanges. The result is more emergency room visits at great cost to taxpayers.
Experts cite many root causes. In addition to the nation’s long-standing shortage of primary care doctors — projected by the federal government to exceed 20,000 doctors by 2020 — some physicians won’t accept Medicaid because of its low reimbursement rates. That leaves many patients who can’t find a primary care doctor to turn to the ER — 56% of doctors in the ACEP poll reported increases in Medicaid patients.
State Medicaid costs are out of control.
Making euthanasia legal in the United States, as well as making physician assisted suicide legal in more states could dramatically lower healthcare costs and improve quality of live for caregivers. Doctors should encourage euthanasia and administer it themselves, perhaps with involuntary euthanasia in certain cases like in dementia.
SEEMS TO ME---------you don't want to talk about it!
These structures as they are filled with global 99% of labor pool to include our US 99% WE THE SOVEREIGN CITIZENS will literally be used to keep our people demoralized------taking healthy, strong people ---working them 15-18 hours a day coming home to what will be MY LIVING SPACE of total surveillance with STOCKHOLM SYNDROME psycho-sexual control.
The intent is breaking down all our societal structures tied to FAMILY, COMMUNITY, HUMANITY------creating structures where only people actively able to WORK AKA-----apprenticeship pre-K -----career free labor taking almost all of our 99% WE THE PEOPLE'S life where longevity as in DARK AGES falls to 35-40 years old. This is when people are deemed not as useful as workers.
I shout out to MY FRIEND who is DEFINITELY captured by SEXUAL PREDATORS in a network of HARD SEX PORN I know she does not want to be apart of-----
You have someone in me that CARES about you-----you will have a HOME that is SAFE to come to------do not buy into this capture when told you are too RUINED TO HAVE A JOB.
The James Gang - Walk Away
Off their 1971 album Thirds.
Takin' my time Choosin' my lines Tryin' to decide what to do Looks like my stop Don't want to get off Got myself hung up on you ...