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"robert roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"L w. About twenty three minutes away. I guess they'll drop the puck. They'll have the tip off its kickoff. A judge Robert Roldan's courtroom at ten o'clock today and a gang of five. We'll keep you updated on the proceedings air all morning long on on seven hundred wwl w because it's going to be a dumpster fire. We also have this happening down in Frankfurt and Kentucky's capital. So it's called Doksan D O X I N G or sometimes spelled with an extra X and doc seeing is the term used for what happened to Nick Sanmen and his family. So the internet vigilantes got on the keyboard muscle and went and research and find out public and sometimes private information about a person in or their immediate family. And they put those docs documents thus dachshund documents, docs, get it online for the world to see. And there's a lot of crazy people in the world to as well. And that's the scary part about it. You put things like Email and phone numbers and addresses and workplaces and schedules, and where your kids go to school, some cases, even social. Security numbers employers address it stuff like that. And they put it all out there. And then people who are unhinged. See it. And then act in which you have cases where the San man's life has been threatened each member of their family, and it's it's a horrific thing dachshund so yesterday in Frankfurt. Nick salmon's, dad, Ted testified before a Senate committee and describe what happened immediately following that encounter caught on video with a native American man and that went viral yesterday Bill gets passed pretty easily through committee now it's gonna move on. And hopefully, or maybe it depending on which way you look at this with your free speech person. You may not want this thing to pass joining me on seven hundred w w talk about specifically doc seeing in and what the law is. But also how this stuff gets out there in the first place is Dave the IT guy. I heard podcast as well. Too infrequent attributed show, David morning. How are you? Funny. How are you? Everything's good. So before we get to the legalities of this about all the info that's on the web when someone is docs in. It's as I say, Email phone numbers, personal information. Where are they getting all this from where you know, you you heard about all of those hacks where you talk about the equifax tack, and he talked about, Home Depot and all these other hacked. That's why that information's coming at the end of the day by the time all these different sources, keep getting compromised information gets out and you're thinking, Dave, how do I get some minor who doesn't have a credit card and all their stuff? Well, these parents right when they get a credit card or they get health insurance or they get this other. So they had to list their family members as whoever's going to get out coverage or whoever their beneficiaries are and all that stuff. So once all that information is recorded electronially, and then there's a hack against that database will all that other info comes out. So there it is in nutshell altogether. Hacks are coming to roosts now with having that data out there available for others to go out there and search it find it, and then do something else with it in this case, the doctor it's pretty it's pretty scary. But you really have to dig like, for example, the Dave you mean, you're good at this stuff. You're you get on the dark web bureau. White hat hacker meeting you help the good guys. Catch the bad guys who are doing this kind of stuff before we get to the legalities of that. But how long would it take? Let's say, I don't know. I did something to piss you off. And or I don't know I smirked in an Indian man, Mr. Phillips on the steps of the Washington Monument, and I'm wearing a maga- hat. How long would it take you to find out? My I dunno my personal Email my phone number. My cell phone number address is pretty easy go to an auditor's website. I that's pretty easy. But obviously workplace because I'm on the radio or that is but school anything along those lines are going to kids go to school where they work, etc. Etc. How long would that take you? Somebody. That's that knows what they're doing about an hour or two somebody that's goofing off. And really doesn't know what they're doing. And just tries real hard probably a day or two that. That's it. That's fine. All that info. It's it's it's not not a challenge. It ought to be honest. Could you find that on anybody listening? Pretty much. There might be that rarity. Somebody who who also is like me in this field somehow and has taken steps to protect themselves. But even that is impossible to do honour percent. But you might build a MAC like your your kids and stuff little bit easier. If if you know what you're looking for someone like is good or better than you. It what it is. What you do? Dave do the same to you. Because you you said you taking steps, but what would they be able to eventually get all the information about you? They would and primarily because of my interaction with radio and other public facing things I go out, and teach classes and do things like that. So because of that type of exposure, then yes, I've had other leaks out there that have caused me that problem as well. Yeah. But if you're somebody that's more behind the scenes more of a private citizen. You're not putting yourself at their publicly. You can certainly make it more challenging, but but again, an hour or two is absolutely frightening for pretty much in at the most a day for anyone listening. That's pretty sobering. Because you know, the Sandman family is over one knows they didn't sign up for this is, you know, kinetico's a class trip to Washington DC and days later, all of a sudden, it becomes a viral video that's been sitting around the world a billion times. And now, you've got fools in idiots out there who are Doxa he and his family to ask them told them probably a day before he left with a trip or when he left with the trip. This is going to happen. Hey, he wouldn't have gone in the class wouldn't have gone as well too. It's amazing how in this day and age your life, can but for your life could always change. You know, you walk out you hit by a car, you find out you've got some sort of incurable disease. Alex back, you know, with with what he's going through. We'll get out later, but those are the things, but this is a whole different level. Like, you're just living your life doing normal stuff. Like, how many kids how many eighth graders go to to Washington DC? I it happens all the time. And yet look what happened in San man and go now that's kind of a rarity. Well, it seems like that's happened a lot these days. It. Sure is. And it's funny. How you mentioned that because I have a child who is about to go to DC on a school trip in October. And during a meeting with parents just a couple of weeks ago, this entire topic came up, you know, and how the school in the chaperones will be addressing this particular thing to make sure that that our kids are able to avoid these type of confrontations. And so now, I would imagine across the country schools who are planning trips like this are also having this conversation because of this one event yesterday in Frankfort Kentucky, Ted San Mateo, Nixon man from cub cath testified before committee, and that committee passed through a doc seeing law, which basically would make it illegal for people to publish private sensitive information like Email phone numbers addresses school stuff like that in order to kind of. Gotcha. The Gotcha thing. That's what dachshund years releasing those documents in order for someone to be harassed by the. By the online world, and they're looking at a passing. Now. Here's the big question is first of all is this I guessing it's not illegal in any way, shape or form right now is it. So in two other states, excuse me in two other states. We have a very similar type of deal, and that's in in Minnesota and Nevada have laws, but not necessarily dachshund what they that kind of orbit kinda not there's other two states have laws against the ISP's from disseminating personally, identifiable information. So if you're a person like you're at home, and you wanna doctor neighbor because you're mad at him then and you do that stuff. Well in order to get on the internet. You have an ISP since the law in that state is the ISP kits put that information out there. If you use your service provider to post this public information, then the internet service provider can have you charged with a felony. Oh god. So it's a backdoor way to have this exact same type of law, whereas Kentucky's a state not forty is. Just the no matter how you get there. If you post this stuff. It's going to be a felony. Is this good lar- bad law? It's a start. You know, as with all things technology, the law is always behind modern tech. And so this was a law that probably should have been a thing, you know, two or three years ago, but it it's getting no catch up. So in the end, I think it's a good thing to get started. I think wants to I challenge happens. Whatever legal town comes up, we'll show wherever the pitfalls might be exactly. That's the way it is Davy IT guy. He's got a podcast at iheartradio in joining this morning talking about this hearing centers dot com hotline. Dave, thanks again for the time. Appreciate someone. There you go. Doc. It's it's really interesting. There's basically three ways that is used one of them is is what they call punching down in. Meaning that we've seen this with relationships that break up, for example, the guy in the girls split the relationship. Girl calls it off the guy is a way to get secret Vince starts putting all her private information out there post her name your picture..
"robert roldan" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"In just a guest to pile onto the uh another thing you could do is to to make your cell phone responsible is is get your siblings or your parents who your friends get them on to their own back ways account and just explained to them the benefits of a mix i'm your at their house at give me your credit card we're going to buy you a you know a belt and suspenders backup system so i i guess we said enough about it let us know if you got strong opinions either way but there's a lot of options now sticking with crash plan is not off the table aback back places great in role in your own as good too although like i said i've received a lot of feedback since i did that post from lusser said that's actually a bit more expensive than expected so so may be the uh the builtin systems like crash plan backed by sort of places to start and i think that's because the people listen to our show just have a lot of data i mean uh back please probably loses money on katie in me but they make money i'm all the you know the normal users that don't backup very much yeah i've got my parents and my grandparents backed up to back placed his so they more than compensate the other ago all right robert roldan says is the extra cost of the touch bar worth it and so he's getting ready to buy new maqin on the thirteen inch macbook pro uh there is one with touch far and one without and the one without has a row function keys like every mac we've ever seen before and he can't make up his mind which one to get where they should spend the extra money for the touch bar and uh i would say that if the touch far where the only difference you've got with that increased price on that mac uh it would not be worth it on several hundred dollars m the touch person nice uh i i use it.
"robert roldan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I would say the the vice sales closest to lake broadway style jazz which is completely different from when he does so it's not really style thing i just think that he has probably the highest regard for out of the box nece of this group in lake while still being a technically incredible dancer and i think that she would be good imparting that i also just love him i think that he is someone who doesn't necessarily get remembered a lot for like having a big personality or something like that but i i find him to be very refined style both in his technique end in the his choices in his movement so i think that i would have to go with marco here yeah that's a that's a very strong pick i i love marco so much of i don't know who i would pick i i totally agree but comforts personality like she's show warm in bubbly in hilarious and the most beautiful person in the world and i comfort i get you think she's a little too narrow in her genre though in so as a strategy i don't know about that i kinda maybe agree marco i think it was a great thick i also love robert and me as you get into the montage here this is a such an interesting have we talked yet on the show about the weird reaction to robert when he was on his season i believe we did i feel like we did because the listeners the reason kelly and i can't remember those conversations because we just like talk after these podcasts about so the can down flicked giant nerves can't remember what we said ogma podcastone what we what are you in case we did talk about it just like recap very quickly so robert roldan is delightful and funny and charming and nice and one of the best arguably the best contemporary male the answer they've ever had and he's done a lot of the greatest your teens in the history of the show but when he was on season seven savetno it was interesting he was notably on the same season's alex wong who took a lot of the love and a lot of the attention not until he got hurt but robert was in the bottom three basically every single week from the second he landed in this.