If I Were a Rich Man . . .
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Submitted by David Lang Wardle (United States), Jun 19, 2021 04:00
If I were a rich man (I'm not), I'd hire a hack of the ProPublica Board, Advisors, and Staff, and release all their personal information — taxes, health, purchases, web browsing, etc. — to other media for publication. It would be instructive to see how they respond to their private information being released wholesale, and a public service to deter similar behavior.
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|What drivel [34 words]||A Fuentes||Jun 19, 2021 19:32|
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|⇒ If I Were a Rich Man . . . [62 words]||David Lang Wardle||Jun 19, 2021 04:00|
|No one will [12 words]||Mike||Jun 18, 2021 23:18|
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|↔ IRS says tax returns of rich people are fine [14 words]||Joe||Jun 20, 2021 05:04|
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