Here is the entire full text of former president Donald Trump’s letter to the Jan 6 committee, in response to the subpoena issued by the January 6 Committee, issued on October 13th. This letter is 14 pages long, and we reprint it in full here, with no alterations, and also make it available as a PDF for download.
This free app provides a daily check-in service for seniors and shut-ins, and alerts their emergency contacts if they don’t respond within a certain period of time. Ever since the pandemic started the need for check-in apps for seniors living alone, as well as for shut-ins, has been amplified, and Snug is just about the perfect free check-in app for seniors and others.
In looking for how to cancel Apple subscriptions on the web using your browser (such as how to cancel an Apple subscription without an iPhone), you may have ended up quite frustrated when you found the Apple support page with a big blue button that says “Cancel a Subscription from Apple”, only to click on that button that says “Cancel a subscription” and find that it doesn’t take you to your Apple subscriptions at all, let alone let you cancel them!
How to Reduce Spam Email: Remove Your Personal Information from the Internet at Places Like Crunchbase, Zoominfo, & Apollo.io
The best spam email blocker is not getting spammed in the first place. Here’s how to prevent spam email (or at least reduce the amount of spam you are getting) by removing your personal information from the Internet. You may already know this, but here in the United States, where the privacy laws are so lax, it’s perfectly legal for a company to scrape all of your contact information and then sell access to it. ZoomInfo, Spokeo, Crunchbase, Apollo.io, and RocketReach all do this, as do many others. And removing your data from those databases can help to reduce the amount of spam email that you receive. We’re going to tell you how to remove yourself from these top 5 sites, and then we’re going to tell you about a service that will remove you from all the sites (more than 500 of them), if you want to go in that direction.
If your Amazon Echo Alexa skill is not working, this may be why Alexa is not working for you, for example your Alexa news briefing not working. And especially if the symptom is Alexa responding “unable to play”. Using the NPR news briefing skill as an example, if you say “Alexa play NPR” (or “Alexa news” if you have the NPR skill set up that way), your Echo Alexa responds “unable to play NPR” instead of playing it as it has always done for years. If that is the issue you are having (whether with the NPR skill or any other skill) read on.
Here is the full, detailed list of all of the documents seized by the FBI from President Trump during their raid on Mar-a-Lago earlier this month. This list was just provided to the court and unsealed by the court yesterday. We are providing it both as a PDF and in plain text so that it can be searched. The Internet Patrol is not a political outlet, and we make this information available with no additional comment; we make it available because we have the resources and knowledge to do so, so that people who are searching for it can find it.
Late on Tuesday, August 31, 2022, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed its objections to Donald Trump’s Special Master request. The information in the document is the most damning yet, including an image of the pile of documents, accumulating on the floor as the FBI conducted their search, a document with the SECRET / SCI clearly visible. Below is that picture, and the full text of the filing as both a PDF and in plain text (we are in the process of adding the plain text, so refresh frequently until we are done). The Internet Patrol is not a political outlet, and we make this information available with no additional comment; we make it available because we have the resources and knowledge to do so, so that people who are searching for it can find it.
Here is the original PDF of the DOJ affidavit that was released today, August 26, 2022, and that was used to secure the search warrant that the FBI used to search Mar-a-Lago for documents and evidence in the investigation of Donald Trump. Among other things, the affidavit asserts that “As described above, evidence of the SUBJECT OFFENSES has been stored in multiple locations at the PREMISES.”
You may have recently received spam through an email service called EMLSend or GumbaMail being provisioned via acblnk.com, for example spam from ComplianceSR. And so now you are wondering who is behind the curtain. The answer is an ESP based in Spain called AcumbaMail. Despite being in the EU, where they are required to adhere to the requirements of GDPR, and to make sure that their email-sending clients also adhere to the requirements of GDPR, they very clearly are not doing this.
Full Text of Donald Trump Search Warrant and Full Text of Receipt List of Documents Recovered from Mar-a-Lago
Here is the full text of the search warrant executed at Mar-a-Lago this week, as well as the full text of the list of the documents that the FBI took, known as a “receipt” list. We are in the process of cleaning it up, however you can also find a PDF of the Donald Trump search warrant and receipt list at the bottom of this page. One of the things that we find very interesting is that there are two receipt lists, if you look at the item numbers in each list, taken together they are in numerical sequence, but broken up between the two lists. Note that the case ID in each is redacted. This suggests to us that there are two separate, but related, cases going on, some of the documents recovered satisfying the warrant with respect to one case, and others satisfying the warrant with respect to the other case.
Every once in a while you may want to find a buyer’s email address on Paypal because for some reason the email notification you get from Paypal doesn’t have it. This is true, for example, when somebody uses your paypal.me link. Unlike nearly all other, if not all other, payment notifications which you get from Paypal, when somebody sends you money through your paypal.me link, the notification doesn’t include the payor’s email address. Now, of course, you can log into Paypal, go to “all transactions”, and search for the transaction, but that takes a whole bunch of steps, and is a hassle if you have to do it more than occasionally. Plus you can’t search for it by email address, because hey, if you had that you wouldn’t need to be searching! Here’s how to go directly to that transaction’s page and avoid a few steps.
Certain Amazon web and cloud services are down, and sites are unreachable, as we post this on Thursday, July 28, 2022. According to a notice from Amazon, the outage started at 10:11 AM PDT, when they issued a notice saying that “We are investigating network connectivity issues for some instances and increased error rates and latencies for the EC2 APIs within the US-EAST-2 Region.”
Amazon Giving Ring Doorbell Videos to Police without Warrant, Consent, or Knowledge of Owners, No Plans to Stop (Includes Full Text of Amazon Disclosure to Sen. Markey)
Amazon is giving the police video taken by private homeowners’ Amazon Ring doorbells not only without a warrant, not only without the consent of the homeowner, but without even the knowledge of the homeowner! And what Amazon has to say about the program is stunning. The Internet Patrol obtained the letter that Amazon sent to Senator Markey in response to Markey’s alarmed request to Amazon for disclosure, and what Amazon has disclosed is, frankly, frightening. Amazon’s Ring Neighbors app includes a ‘Neighbors Public Safety Service’ (NPSS) component, and through that portal a total of 2,161 law enforcement agencies have joined the Ring Neighbor app (so far), as have 455 fire departments. You can think of the Ring Neighbor app as being like Nextdoor, but specifically for Ring Doorbell owners. And, increasingly, the police. However unlike Nextdoor, Amazon is handing over private homeowners’ videos to the police without a warrant, and they’ve done it nearly a dozen times in the first half of 2022 alone. And they clearly fully intend to keep doing it.
Ready to use emoji rhyming slang? It’s like Cockney rhyming slang, but with emoji! Rhyming slang has been around for ages and the best known, or rather the one that most people have heard of is Cockney rhyming slang, which has been around since at least the early 1800s. However there is also Australian rhyming slang, which was adopted by criminals and crime gangs on the west coast of the United States in the late 1800s and early 1900s. And why do we say that we invented it? Well, if you Google something and there are no results, we take that as pretty good evidence that we are the first, or, at least, the first to discuss and use it publicly.
A new American Express credit card identity theft phishing scam is being sent out in spam email. The subject line is “A recent charge attempt requires your attention” with a random number, so that the subject of our sample reads “A recent charge attempt requires your attention 688836786” The spam goes on to ask “did you recently use your card?”