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  • Arizona school board president kept secret dossier on parents opposed to CRT and mask mandates that was discovered after he accidentally sent a link to a mom: Private investigator ran background checks and filmed parents
    Scottsdale School Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg faces calls to resign
    He faces bizarre claims that he had access to an online dossier about parents
    Online file contains personal info on parents who protested district policy
    Included Social Security numbers, financial info, and even divorce records
    District claims Greenburg's father is to blame for compiling the strange dossier
    Dossier came to light when Greenburg accidentally shared link in a screenshot
    By KEITH GRIFFITH FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

    PUBLISHED: 02:35 GMT, 12 November 2021 | UPDATED: 14:19 GMT, 12 November 2021

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    Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg faces bizarre allegations +4
    Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg faces bizarre allegations

    A school board president in Arizona has been accused of maintaining a secret online dossier containing personal details about parents who opposed mask mandates and Critical Race Theory.

    Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg's access to the Google Drive file was revealed after he accidentally displayed the link in a screenshot he sent to a parent in a heated email chain.

    The drive contained files labeled 'SUSD Wackos' and 'Anti Mask Lunatics' among others in a sprawling database tracking the online activities of parents in the district.

    The drive was set to public, allowing anyone with a link to view it, and the contents, including the Social Security numbers, financial information and divorce records of parents, quickly set off a firestorm of calls for Greenburg to resign, according to AZ Free News.

    The district blames Greenburg's father Mark, who shares a home and computer with his son, for creating the bizarre dossier, and the school board president has denied involvement, vowing an investigation by 'forensic IT staff'.

    The link to the Google Drive was accidentally made public when Greenburg shared this screenshot with a parent, who discovered that the drive was public +4
    The link to the Google Drive was accidentally made public when Greenburg shared this screenshot with a parent, who discovered that the drive was public

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    A spokeswoman for SUSD did not immediately respond to an inquiry from DailyMail.com on Thursday night.

    The unusual affair is just one example of the increasing tensions between parents and school leadership across the country, with passions running high over a range of issues from curriculum and reopening to mask and vaccine mandates.

    The existence of the Scottsdale dossier first came to light in August, when Jann-Michael Greenburg apparently sent a screenshot of a Facebook conversation to area resident Kim Stafford, accusing her of anti-Jewish sentiment.

    Stafford dismissed the accusation in a reply, saying that Greenburg had read the conversation out of order and misinterpreted her post accusing someone else of anti-Islamic sentiment.

    However, the mom noticed that at the top of the screenshot, a Google Drive address was visible, and when she entered the address into her browser, found that the cloud drive was publicly accessible.

    The drive has since been set to private, but a copy of its contents has been reviewed by DailyMail.com.

    The sprawling drive contains folders with names including 'SUSD Wackos,' 'Press Conference Psychos' and 'Anti Mask Lunatics.'

    Amy Carney, who is calling for Greenburg's resignation, speaks on behalf of parents during a protest last May against critical race theory being taught at Scottsdale schools +4
    Amy Carney, who is calling for Greenburg's resignation, speaks on behalf of parents during a protest last May against critical race theory being taught at Scottsdale schools

    The drive contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts, memes mocking parents, and an investigative background report on certain parents +4
    The drive contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts, memes mocking parents, and an investigative background report on certain parents

    It contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts and conversations in Facebook groups dedicated to the Scottsdale school system, with the apparent theme of tracking the political sentiments of various parents.

    Some of the files include memes mocking certain parents, PTA leaders and local elected officials.

    Disturbingly, the drive also contains a background report that appears to have been generated by a private investigator, which includes personal details such as financial and criminal records of parents.

    Among the files are bodycam videos that appear to have been filmed by Mark Greenburg, the school board president's father, as he rides his motorcycle.

    In one video, Mark Greenburg is heard confiding with friendly parents in the parking lot of a school, apparently before a school board meeting.

    'Somewhere around here, we have a private investigator, who's writing down all their plates,' he can be heard saying.

    'That you've hired?' asks one of the allied moms.

    'Yeah, I did. Yeah. I had our law firm do it so that it's protected. So that we can get the information,' Mark Greenburg is heard saying.

    Mark Greenburg was listed as the owner of the original Google Drive, which was also linked to Jann-Michael Greenburg, according to Independent Newsmedia.

    In a phone interview with the outlet, Jann-Michael Greenburg furiously denied that he was behind the sprawling dossier.

    'I categorically deny having anything to do with any of this. If you are going to claim in a story right now, that I had anything to do with this, I would argue that crosses the line,' Jann-Michael said, while his father was also on the call.

    'We are going to have forensic IT staff look into this and figure out what that is. You can file with law enforcement, I am not sure even why we are looking at these photos.'

    Asked if his father had access to the Google Drive, he replied: 'I am not my father's keeper.'

    'I think that has been made clear previously,' he added, apparently referring to his father's creation of a parody website targeting a former SUSD board member.

    'I have been sent screenshots on what is done on [a parent's Facebook group]. I have been sent videos, and, yes, from parents, including my own father,' he said. 'Yes, people send me emails and text messages, but I don't store them and I don't know who stores them if that is what you are asking.'

    Jann-Michael Greenburg has filed to run for reelection in November 2022, but is already facing angry calls for his immediate resignation.

    'I am calling for the immediate resignation of our board president Jann-Michael Greenburg,' Amy Carney, who is running for a seat on the Scottsdale Governing Board next year, told AZ Free News.

    'We cannot allow anyone in a leadership position to secretly compile personal documents and information on moms and dads who have dared speak out publicly or on social media about their grievances with the district,' said the mother of six.

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    Arizona school board president kept secret dossier on parents opposed to CRT and mask mandates that was discovered after he accidentally sent a link to a mom: Private investigator ran background checks and filmed parents Scottsdale School Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg faces calls to resign He faces bizarre claims that he had access to an online dossier about parents Online file contains personal info on parents who protested district policy Included Social Security numbers, financial info, and even divorce records District claims Greenburg's father is to blame for compiling the strange dossier Dossier came to light when Greenburg accidentally shared link in a screenshot By KEITH GRIFFITH FOR DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 02:35 GMT, 12 November 2021 | UPDATED: 14:19 GMT, 12 November 2021 e-mail 1.3k shares 1.5k View comments Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg faces bizarre allegations +4 Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg faces bizarre allegations A school board president in Arizona has been accused of maintaining a secret online dossier containing personal details about parents who opposed mask mandates and Critical Race Theory. Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg's access to the Google Drive file was revealed after he accidentally displayed the link in a screenshot he sent to a parent in a heated email chain. The drive contained files labeled 'SUSD Wackos' and 'Anti Mask Lunatics' among others in a sprawling database tracking the online activities of parents in the district. The drive was set to public, allowing anyone with a link to view it, and the contents, including the Social Security numbers, financial information and divorce records of parents, quickly set off a firestorm of calls for Greenburg to resign, according to AZ Free News. The district blames Greenburg's father Mark, who shares a home and computer with his son, for creating the bizarre dossier, and the school board president has denied involvement, vowing an investigation by 'forensic IT staff'. The link to the Google Drive was accidentally made public when Greenburg shared this screenshot with a parent, who discovered that the drive was public +4 The link to the Google Drive was accidentally made public when Greenburg shared this screenshot with a parent, who discovered that the drive was public RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Greg Abbott calls for investigation into 'pornography' in... Biden now wants to HIRE Democrat Terry McAuliffe after he... SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share A spokeswoman for SUSD did not immediately respond to an inquiry from DailyMail.com on Thursday night. The unusual affair is just one example of the increasing tensions between parents and school leadership across the country, with passions running high over a range of issues from curriculum and reopening to mask and vaccine mandates. The existence of the Scottsdale dossier first came to light in August, when Jann-Michael Greenburg apparently sent a screenshot of a Facebook conversation to area resident Kim Stafford, accusing her of anti-Jewish sentiment. Stafford dismissed the accusation in a reply, saying that Greenburg had read the conversation out of order and misinterpreted her post accusing someone else of anti-Islamic sentiment. However, the mom noticed that at the top of the screenshot, a Google Drive address was visible, and when she entered the address into her browser, found that the cloud drive was publicly accessible. The drive has since been set to private, but a copy of its contents has been reviewed by DailyMail.com. The sprawling drive contains folders with names including 'SUSD Wackos,' 'Press Conference Psychos' and 'Anti Mask Lunatics.' Amy Carney, who is calling for Greenburg's resignation, speaks on behalf of parents during a protest last May against critical race theory being taught at Scottsdale schools +4 Amy Carney, who is calling for Greenburg's resignation, speaks on behalf of parents during a protest last May against critical race theory being taught at Scottsdale schools The drive contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts, memes mocking parents, and an investigative background report on certain parents +4 The drive contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts, memes mocking parents, and an investigative background report on certain parents It contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts and conversations in Facebook groups dedicated to the Scottsdale school system, with the apparent theme of tracking the political sentiments of various parents. Some of the files include memes mocking certain parents, PTA leaders and local elected officials. Disturbingly, the drive also contains a background report that appears to have been generated by a private investigator, which includes personal details such as financial and criminal records of parents. Among the files are bodycam videos that appear to have been filmed by Mark Greenburg, the school board president's father, as he rides his motorcycle. In one video, Mark Greenburg is heard confiding with friendly parents in the parking lot of a school, apparently before a school board meeting. 'Somewhere around here, we have a private investigator, who's writing down all their plates,' he can be heard saying. 'That you've hired?' asks one of the allied moms. 'Yeah, I did. Yeah. I had our law firm do it so that it's protected. So that we can get the information,' Mark Greenburg is heard saying. Mark Greenburg was listed as the owner of the original Google Drive, which was also linked to Jann-Michael Greenburg, according to Independent Newsmedia. In a phone interview with the outlet, Jann-Michael Greenburg furiously denied that he was behind the sprawling dossier. 'I categorically deny having anything to do with any of this. If you are going to claim in a story right now, that I had anything to do with this, I would argue that crosses the line,' Jann-Michael said, while his father was also on the call. 'We are going to have forensic IT staff look into this and figure out what that is. You can file with law enforcement, I am not sure even why we are looking at these photos.' Asked if his father had access to the Google Drive, he replied: 'I am not my father's keeper.' 'I think that has been made clear previously,' he added, apparently referring to his father's creation of a parody website targeting a former SUSD board member. 'I have been sent screenshots on what is done on [a parent's Facebook group]. I have been sent videos, and, yes, from parents, including my own father,' he said. 'Yes, people send me emails and text messages, but I don't store them and I don't know who stores them if that is what you are asking.' Jann-Michael Greenburg has filed to run for reelection in November 2022, but is already facing angry calls for his immediate resignation. 'I am calling for the immediate resignation of our board president Jann-Michael Greenburg,' Amy Carney, who is running for a seat on the Scottsdale Governing Board next year, told AZ Free News. 'We cannot allow anyone in a leadership position to secretly compile personal documents and information on moms and dads who have dared speak out publicly or on social media about their grievances with the district,' said the mother of six. Read more: Scottsdale Unified Assures Parents Of Privacy In Aftermath Of Secret Dossier Discovery, Parents Call For Greenburg Resignation - AZ FREE NEWS The Greenburg files: Is there a file on you? | Your Valley Share or comment on this article: Arizona school board president is accused of keeping secret dossier on parents
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  • They want national Internet speech regulations so that they can legally censor you into oblivion
    Submitted by Dave Hodges on Friday, November 12, 2021 - 12:52.
    CENSORSHIP
    by Michael Snyder

    EndOfTheAmericanDream.com



    Right now, Facebook and Twitter are losing millions of users to other platforms, and they want this to stop.

    And so they are going to continue to push for national Internet speech regulations that apply equally to everyone.

    In the end, Facebook basically envisions that everyone else in the industry will be forced to engage in the sort of extreme censorship that Facebook is already engaged in. The following are three quotes that come directly from Facebook…

    -“Today, we work with more than 80 partners covering over 60 languages around the world to review potentially false content.”

    -“We include warnings on posts that are rated false so that you can decide what to read or share.”

    -“When third-party fact-checkers label content false, we significantly reduce its distribution so fewer people see it.”

    That sounds so noble, doesn’t it?

    But of course all of the “third-party fact-checkers” have an agenda, and all of them see the world the same way that Facebook sees the world.

    If you are an independent thinker, it is just a matter of time before you are hit really hard by the censor hammer. The censorship has gotten stricter and stricter with each passing year, and the number of people that Facebook has working in this realm has “quadrupled”…

    Facebook is not waiting for regulation. We’re continuing to make progress on key issues. We’ve quadrupled our security and safety teams to 40,000 people and built new privacy tools. We’re also working with tech peers to make it easier for people to move their data between platforms securely.

    While we at Facebook are working to make progress, we know that we can’t – and shouldn’t – do it alone. That’s why we support regulations to set clear and fair rules for everyone, and support a safe and secure open internet where creativity and competition can thrive.

    They claim that they are relentlessly working to weed out “hate speech”, but their definition of “hate speech” is essentially any opinion that they disagree with.

    They also claim that they are fighting “health misinformation” head on, but their definition of “health misinformation” is essentially anything that contradicts the narratives that are being pushed by the big pharmaceutical companies.

    Anything having to do with COVID, vaccines or COVID treatments has become such a sensitive area. The big tech companies have been extremely diligent to censor users when it comes to these topics, but that still isn’t good enough for some Democrats. A few months ago, two Democrats in the Senate introduced a bill called “the Health Misinformation Act”…

    The nicest thing you can say about the Health Misinformation Act, proposed in July by the Democratic senators Amy Klobuchar and Ben Ray Luján, is that it means well. The internet has been a key accelerant of widespread myths, misunderstandings and lies related to Covid-19; Klobuchar and Luján’s bill would force online companies like Facebook to crack down on false information during public health emergencies, or lose immunity from lawsuits if they don’t.

    The good news is that this bill probably doesn’t have much of a chance to get through Congress right now, but Democrats will inevitably keep trying.

    Meanwhile, over in the EU there are plans to start systematically monitoring text messaging and video chat platforms for “suspicious content”…

    A German member of the European Parliament is warning against EU plans to adopt new, wide-ranging mass surveillance rules that he says would seriously jeopardize citizens’ right to privacy by forcing tech companies to give access to encrypted messages to the authorities.

    And that is what the laws now in the works in Brussels – that are supposed to replace temporary rules adopted in July – are designed to do, by ordering messaging and video chat providers like WhatsApp and Skype to put tech in place that would provide access to people’s private communications and, thanks to an automated system, monitor chats in real time and report suspicious content.

    Of course anything that deviates from the official narratives about the pandemic would be considered to be “suspicious content”.

    So what should be done to those that are “guilty” of spreading “health misinformation”?

    Well, the CEO of Pfizer says that they should be treated like “criminals”…

    People who spread misinformation on Covid-19 vaccines are “criminals” and have cost “millions of lives,” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said Tuesday.

    Speaking with Washington D.C.-based think tank Atlantic Council, Bourla said there is a “very small” group of people that purposefully circulate misinformation on the shots, misleading those who are already hesitant about getting vaccinated.

    They don’t want us to criticize what they are doing, and meanwhile they are making billions upon billions of dollars and laughing all the way to the bank.

    It truly is sickening.

    And now we are being told that “booster shots” will be needed “every 6 to 12 months”…

    Australians will need to get COVID booster shots annually “for the foreseeable future” to combat CCP Virus, according to the country’s Pharmacy Guild.

    Trent Twomey, the president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (PGA), warned that people may need to get booster shots every 6 to 12 months to keep more deadly variants at bay.

    So Pfizer and Moderna will continue to rake in billions upon billions of dollars in perpetuity, and any criticism of their misdeeds will be systematically suppressed by their friends in the big tech industry.

    In a lot of ways, large corporations now have more power over our lives than national governments do, and many of the largest corporations are becoming increasingly authoritarian.

    Big tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter have decided that they want to use their power to shape what you think, what you believe and how you view the world.

    Personally, I will never submit to such manipulation, and I will continue to do all that I can to share the truth with a lost and dying world.

    Many of you feel the exact same way.

    Unfortunately, we are in the minority, and the big tech companies are entirely convinced that the world will be a much better place if they can permanently relegate people like us to the outer fringes of the Internet.

    What they really want are masses of fully obedient “sheeple” that will simply go along with whatever narratives they are currently pushing, and they don’t want “wolves” such as us messing with their flocks.

    Read more at: EndOfTheAmericanDream.com
    They want national Internet speech regulations so that they can legally censor you into oblivion Submitted by Dave Hodges on Friday, November 12, 2021 - 12:52. CENSORSHIP by Michael Snyder EndOfTheAmericanDream.com Right now, Facebook and Twitter are losing millions of users to other platforms, and they want this to stop. And so they are going to continue to push for national Internet speech regulations that apply equally to everyone. In the end, Facebook basically envisions that everyone else in the industry will be forced to engage in the sort of extreme censorship that Facebook is already engaged in. The following are three quotes that come directly from Facebook… -“Today, we work with more than 80 partners covering over 60 languages around the world to review potentially false content.” -“We include warnings on posts that are rated false so that you can decide what to read or share.” -“When third-party fact-checkers label content false, we significantly reduce its distribution so fewer people see it.” That sounds so noble, doesn’t it? But of course all of the “third-party fact-checkers” have an agenda, and all of them see the world the same way that Facebook sees the world. If you are an independent thinker, it is just a matter of time before you are hit really hard by the censor hammer. The censorship has gotten stricter and stricter with each passing year, and the number of people that Facebook has working in this realm has “quadrupled”… Facebook is not waiting for regulation. We’re continuing to make progress on key issues. We’ve quadrupled our security and safety teams to 40,000 people and built new privacy tools. We’re also working with tech peers to make it easier for people to move their data between platforms securely. While we at Facebook are working to make progress, we know that we can’t – and shouldn’t – do it alone. That’s why we support regulations to set clear and fair rules for everyone, and support a safe and secure open internet where creativity and competition can thrive. They claim that they are relentlessly working to weed out “hate speech”, but their definition of “hate speech” is essentially any opinion that they disagree with. They also claim that they are fighting “health misinformation” head on, but their definition of “health misinformation” is essentially anything that contradicts the narratives that are being pushed by the big pharmaceutical companies. Anything having to do with COVID, vaccines or COVID treatments has become such a sensitive area. The big tech companies have been extremely diligent to censor users when it comes to these topics, but that still isn’t good enough for some Democrats. A few months ago, two Democrats in the Senate introduced a bill called “the Health Misinformation Act”… The nicest thing you can say about the Health Misinformation Act, proposed in July by the Democratic senators Amy Klobuchar and Ben Ray Luján, is that it means well. The internet has been a key accelerant of widespread myths, misunderstandings and lies related to Covid-19; Klobuchar and Luján’s bill would force online companies like Facebook to crack down on false information during public health emergencies, or lose immunity from lawsuits if they don’t. The good news is that this bill probably doesn’t have much of a chance to get through Congress right now, but Democrats will inevitably keep trying. Meanwhile, over in the EU there are plans to start systematically monitoring text messaging and video chat platforms for “suspicious content”… A German member of the European Parliament is warning against EU plans to adopt new, wide-ranging mass surveillance rules that he says would seriously jeopardize citizens’ right to privacy by forcing tech companies to give access to encrypted messages to the authorities. And that is what the laws now in the works in Brussels – that are supposed to replace temporary rules adopted in July – are designed to do, by ordering messaging and video chat providers like WhatsApp and Skype to put tech in place that would provide access to people’s private communications and, thanks to an automated system, monitor chats in real time and report suspicious content. Of course anything that deviates from the official narratives about the pandemic would be considered to be “suspicious content”. So what should be done to those that are “guilty” of spreading “health misinformation”? Well, the CEO of Pfizer says that they should be treated like “criminals”… People who spread misinformation on Covid-19 vaccines are “criminals” and have cost “millions of lives,” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said Tuesday. Speaking with Washington D.C.-based think tank Atlantic Council, Bourla said there is a “very small” group of people that purposefully circulate misinformation on the shots, misleading those who are already hesitant about getting vaccinated. They don’t want us to criticize what they are doing, and meanwhile they are making billions upon billions of dollars and laughing all the way to the bank. It truly is sickening. And now we are being told that “booster shots” will be needed “every 6 to 12 months”… Australians will need to get COVID booster shots annually “for the foreseeable future” to combat CCP Virus, according to the country’s Pharmacy Guild. Trent Twomey, the president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (PGA), warned that people may need to get booster shots every 6 to 12 months to keep more deadly variants at bay. So Pfizer and Moderna will continue to rake in billions upon billions of dollars in perpetuity, and any criticism of their misdeeds will be systematically suppressed by their friends in the big tech industry. In a lot of ways, large corporations now have more power over our lives than national governments do, and many of the largest corporations are becoming increasingly authoritarian. Big tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter have decided that they want to use their power to shape what you think, what you believe and how you view the world. Personally, I will never submit to such manipulation, and I will continue to do all that I can to share the truth with a lost and dying world. Many of you feel the exact same way. Unfortunately, we are in the minority, and the big tech companies are entirely convinced that the world will be a much better place if they can permanently relegate people like us to the outer fringes of the Internet. What they really want are masses of fully obedient “sheeple” that will simply go along with whatever narratives they are currently pushing, and they don’t want “wolves” such as us messing with their flocks. Read more at: EndOfTheAmericanDream.com
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