Not only is the late surge for Morales confirmed as perfectly legitimate and ordinary, but it wasn't not even a surge. A closer look at the numbers shows it to be a nearly perfect upward trend after an initial dip.
Maybe Bolivia should be its own thread now? Up to you guys.
Seriously it's creepy as fuck. The edits at the end of the article are something else:
Clarification: b8ta CEO Vibhu Norby shared a statement to io9 about the definition of “shopper cadence” in store monitoring:
“Shopper cadence doesn’t mean cadence as in voice. It means as in rhythm/frequency, as the word is used in a business context. We in no way monitor, track, or record what people say in the stores.”
Correction 12/5/2019, 9:00 a.m.: A previous version of this article asserted the sensors were monitoring and tracking voices when in fact they are monitoring the flow of where people are in the stores at any given time to see which items they are attracted to. Our post has been updated and we regret the error.
Update 12/5/2019, 10:30 a.m.: After making our correction we asked b8ta to further clarify how the data is being collected, how long it’s stored for, and whether shoppers are notified the technology is in use in the stores. They declined to comment.
Mongrel wrote:Epstein's banker has also managed to *ahem* "commit suicide".
https://twitter.com/Tiff_FitzHenry/stat ... 7742996482
Epstein and Trump's banker managed to "commit suicide".
Like truepundit is basically a pizzagate site. But Grath's link is ordinary journalism (albeit not the most mainstream of publications), and they appear to be quoting genuine primary sources.
Presumably the claims made by truepundit are fairly easy to verify, and hopefully an actual mainstream site will try to do so now that the story is trending online.
Regardless, "Trump banker kills himself" is also a big story by itself anyway.