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It must be US only because it wouldn't let me try it
It is U.S. only, yes.
It's a pity that this is country-locked, I wanted to give it a go. I know, I'm sick. I tried using a proxy but apparently it's dependant on your Facebook account's location.
I must be sick as well, I went so far as to change my address, just to see and still no dice. Ah well guess Ubisoft doesn't get to collect on me.
"It's a pity that this is country-locked,"
Well, if they tried it in their native France, they would get sued to hell despite being optional and covered under eula.
I'm not sure if it's my browser settings or the fact that I'm on a Linux system, but it never worked for me. :)
I've been saying this for a while now., Watch Dogs = Person of Interest the game.
It does not really get very much on me although it does have 1 direct picture with Amber (my 16 year old) and Rhiannon(my 7 year old), the rest of the pictures are of my daughters. The funniest part is it say it can find me by geo data and that I am on the border of Chattanooga Tennessee which is where I last turned on my GPS while going up to a lawyers office to remove a nasty virus from her office computers. Either way it has my income wrong most of my interests wrong and only has about 9 post words on facebook to rate me with. The thing that worries me most about this is it does have pictures of 2 of my daughters (The third one is in Virginia working on her third year of college) she just got offered a summer internship with the F B I.
It's pretty impressive for a 10 second look at my profile. Although it is not extremely accurate as others have mentioned, it does show you can gather a lot of information about a person in seconds. It's not a thorough exhaustive search, nor is it intended to be. You just need to get the surface details. If you want more it's going to take some digging and little more personal attention.
If you actually wanted to find out deep information about someone, getting these surface details would be invaluable. It would be awful to spend your time investigating a false lead. This would help eliminate the need to further investigate many people.
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NO you dont understand,that value is not your amount of income but the value of JOB tax liability base on your job title
or how much you should or could or would make, but that does not mean you are making that amount but you should be base on the market
like most place a guard/police officer makes around 14.00/hour, but in some states they make less other state almost double, so like in place like Missouri you making only 9.00/hour has a guard
and the second one is value NOT of your bank account but value that can be stolen selling your info to hacker than then use the data to steal your password or banking info or how much money a marketing person can make off selling your account intellectual profiteer ie your IP(intellectual property ) value plus a dollar for every friend you made!
they can even resell your photos or friends has email lists databases to mass junk mailers
Your data casts a digital shadow that grows with every online interaction and can be tracked, monitored and used against you. Every photo. Every email. Every purchase. Everything you've ever done in the digital world can follow you into the real world. Your actions leave you exposed
Sorry, it was a frikkin' joke to me. So inaccurate as to be right down funny.