Who I am? Or as once asked it a newsroom, who the hell am I?
https://filmstudiofaux.com. Copyright, All Rights Reserved Pamela J Curry 2022
In 1988 I flew to the United Nations in Geneva on Icelandic Airways with a standby one way ticket that included a train to Geneva. After 6 months of interviewing people and research at the United Nations and around Europe, I went back to the U.S. where I filed a Lawsuit against a NYTimes Company. I filed a Title VII lawsuit for sex discrimination.
The legal suit included a U.N. Human Rights Commission proposed Resolution on Privacy and Personal Computerized Information, it was passed as a Resolution in approx. early 1990. A fact, dataveillance and electronic surveillance had been used to deliberately have me defamed. That provoked negative actions from government agencies, including a police action that followed me to Europe. Everyone I met in Europe were aware of technology that was in place for tracking individuals and nobody had developed the language that needs to be used to protect privacy.
EDRI, in Europe has yet to write about how technology is depriving all individuals of their right to privacy. I find this warning, a requirement the GDRP, is too little too late. I don’t care who you are and don’t use your information for anything, I don’t have personal ads turned on in Google AdSense, but the people who track and follow me, it’s a deep subject no government is talking about.
4 of 5 of the following photos were taken in from my trip to Europe in 1988.
The Pigeon drinking water was taken by me and published in a NYTimes newspaper in 1985.
Copyright Pamela Jean Curry, All Rights Reserved. Personal information has been used to successfully deter people from hiring me and paying me $ in the US for the last 35 years.
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