The local Stasi in Scottsdale, Arizona accidentally outs itself:
The president of the Scottsdale, Arizona Unified School District has come under fire for keeping a Google Drive full of private information on parents who oppose mask mandates and critical race theory.
The existence of the drive, which contained information on divorce filings, bankruptcies, phone numbers, and partial social security numbers, was discovered after a parent received an email from School Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg which included a screenshot of the URL, according to the Daily Caller.
Mother Kim Stafford uncovered a Google Drive link when school board President Jann-Michael Greenberg sent her an email accusing her of “anti-Semitic” comments against billionaire George Soros. Greenburg sent Stafford a screenshot of his desktop, which included a since-deleted Google Drive URL reviewed by the Daily Caller. The drive was available to anyone who had the link.
Stafford shared the link with her friends, including mother Amanda Wray who told the Daily Caller she was “disgusted” when she saw that the drive included pictures of her 8 and 10-year-old daughters. -DC
The Google drive has been dubbed by some parents as an “online dossier.”
Folders on the now-deleted drive included the names “SUSD Wackos,” “Press Conference Psychos,” and “Anti Mask Lunatics.” Contained within the “Press Conference Psychos” folder was a video of parents peacefully protesting Critical Race Theory – holding signs that read “CRT is Racist” and “SUSD We Demand Transparency.”
The files took particular aim at “Community Advocacy Network” – a group of parents whose active Facebook pages were catalogued within Greenburg’s ‘dossier.’ In addition to screenshots of their Facebook comments, the folder included photos of the parents with their spouses – and in some cases, their financial records.”
This isn’t a one-off. Files like these are almost certainly kept by private parties on everyone throughout the United States. Remember, in East Germany, 1.2 percent of the population was employed by the original Stasi. That suggests as many as 3,840,000 individuals are filing reports on their friends, family, neighbors, and employees in the United States.