DAILYKENN.com -- Everyone knows they have a credit score. Few know they have a 'threat score,' let alone what that score happens to be.
Reports say billions of data points are considered when calculating one's threat score. Among those data points is information garnered from your online activity.
The program scoured billions of data points, including arrest reports, property records, commercial databases, deep Web searches and the man’s social- media postings. It calculated his threat level as the highest of three color-coded scores: a bright red warning. — msm.com
The snooping is for our own good, authorities say. It helps cops sniff out potential terrorists and avert mass shootings.
Discounting gangland shootings in the 'hood, mass shootings took the lives of 23 people in the United States last year; 14 in San Bernardino, Calif. and 9 in Charleston, SC.
The average number of American struck by lightning per year is 234. That is, you are ten times more likely to be struck by lightening than killed in a mass shooting. The average number of people killed by lightning strikes is 33 per year.
Nonetheless, government bureaucrats say they need to keep you safe from terrorists by watching you surf the web.
Fresno, Calif. is one city utilizing Beware software to keep tabs on residents.
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