Video Summaries for Privacy Fight Ultimate - U100 to U124
U100 – IRS Loses in Federal Court Twice – What is Value of your Biometric Data – Watch Now
This discussion primarily deals with the value of personal data, particularly biometric data, and its implications on privacy. It opens with the case of an audit against a Californian couple by the IRS, which was eventually dismissed as the court didn’t have jurisdiction. The speakers emphasized the importance of following the right legal procedures and being honest in their responses during such scenarios.
The conversation moves on to discuss the increasing value of personal data in today’s digital economy. Data brokers are described as a multi-billion dollar industry, with an emphasis on the growing role of biometric data. It is suggested that this data is being used for nefarious purposes, but specifics are not mentioned.
The speakers further elaborate on the increasing intrusion into personal space by governmental organizations and corporations, using the example of airport security procedures. They argue that these entities are often working as contractors for the government, collecting vast amounts of personal data, including biometrics, from individuals.
The discourse concludes with a discussion on the potential restrictions that can be put on resources and travel if individuals refuse to submit their data. Despite the perceived challenges, the speakers express optimism that there are ways to circumvent such restrictions. The overarching theme is the contention between data privacy rights and the growing demands of corporations and governments for more detailed personal information.
U101 – More Discussion on the Security Agreement & Your Biometric Data – Watch Now
This executive summary provides a brief overview of a team meeting held on May 4th to discuss various topics related to the security agreement and the privacy concerns surrounding biometric data. The meeting covered multiple points, including the need for written release and permission for private entities to capture biometric identifiers, similarities between the use of copyrighted works and biometric data, and the alleged shipment of US data to China.
The discussion highlighted the lack of limitations on collecting biometric data and emphasized the need for increased security measures and awareness. Participants also explored the legal implications of using security agreements and the importance of individual responsibility in protecting personal information.
Additionally, the meeting touched on the relevance of state-specific statutes on biometric data, particularly in California and Illinois. The potential for legal action against major companies such as Amazon, Google, and Apple was mentioned, as well as the need to examine the AG of Texas’s stance on biometric data violations.
The conversation expanded to encompass topics such as tax reporting for LLCs, the impact of the FinCEN disclosure operation, and the challenges associated with complying with annual reports. The speaker expressed a desire to provide guidance on security agreements and teach others to do the same.
Finally, the meeting addressed the importance of protecting personal information and emphasized the potential benefits of creating security agreements and using fictitious names. The team discussed the complexities of building code enforcement and leaned towards recording and sharing the meeting for further reference.
In conclusion, this team meeting covered a wide range of topics related to the security agreement and the privacy concerns surrounding biometric data. The discussion emphasized the need for individuals to protect their personal information and explored various strategies and legal considerations to address these issues effectively.
U102 – HOA and Easements Part I – Watch Now
In this discussion, John Jay discusses multiple aspects surrounding Homeowners Associations (HOAs), easements, and privacy. Starting with how sometimes people’s LLCs get compromised, he emphasizes the importance of safeguarding one’s details and information.
He segues into a discussion about legal issues surrounding marriage, divorce, and child support, positing that disputes should be managed in terms of the lifestyle established during the marriage.
John then dives into the use of easements, which allow you to control the title of a property, regardless of what happens to it (such as foreclosure). The ability to establish easements on properties you control offers a level of protection and security.
The discussion extends to the power of easements and how they can help create unique entities similar to reservations for Native American tribes, which operate somewhat independently from the government.
He also mentions that easements have been used to secure airspace rights, enabling entities like airlines to operate commercially.
In terms of foreclosure, John explains how easements can be used to rescue someone from foreclosure. An arrangement can be set up with the person going through foreclosure, securing the use of the property regardless of who has the title.
He encourages taking an active role in understanding public budgets, like those for local police or fire stations, as these are matters of public record and understanding them is a part of the citizens’ responsibility.
John touches on the topic of data brokers, suggesting that more people should become debtors to gain power and control over their information.
He also addresses the shift in lead generation strategies due to privacy concerns, suggesting alternative methods, like joint ventures and online advertising. Additionally, he suggests a unique approach for gym owners to ensure privacy and member access.
Finally, John discusses how to use easements to effectively bypass local zoning codes and underscores the constitutional rights that can sometimes be overlooked in court proceedings.
U103 – Foreclosure Discussion Liens, Easements Part II – Watch Now
“U103 – Foreclosure Discussion Liens, Easements Part II – Privacy Fight” is a comprehensive and engaging discussion on the topic of easements and foreclosure law. The dialogue is led by a host named John Jay and he takes time to address various questions from participants. The discussion is held on Thursday evenings, with the intent of offering an interactive platform for an informed exchange of ideas and knowledge on these complex real estate issues.
John begins the conversation with a short explanation on accessing the recorder’s office through an online account. He then introduces an accounting service, crypticaccounting.com, which provides supportive services for clients dealing with cryptocurrency. He emphasizes the firm’s commitment to client privacy. Additionally, he mentions the importance of recording content for members on their privacyby.io platform.
He moves on to narrate an intriguing experience with an administrative hearing concerning a client who slipped and fell while working at Wells Fargo. The conversation further delves into intricacies of foreclosure and court hearings. John emphasizes the critical distinction between possession and title of a property, and talks about his meticulousness in dealing with cases.
The discussion progresses to the topic of easements, where John states that recording an easement can prevent others from taking possession of a property. The dialogue touches on various subjects related to property rights, including forbearance, the legal intricacies surrounding changing the terms of a mortgage, and the complexities of foreclosure procedures.
John then takes the audience through the potential for selling a property’s usage rights, the concept of easements rights, and the implications of establishing multiple easements on the same property. He notes that the concept of easements could be applied to situations like mineral rights and setting up structures like wind turbines, which are dependent on specific rights to access and use the property.
He also draws attention to the importance of civil procedure rules, which provide the legal framework for conducting court cases. He encourages his audience to understand and use these rules properly in their cases.
The discussion ends with John detailing an instance where a completely destroyed property may abolish the easement right, giving a hypothetical example of a house being destroyed by a hurricane. He acknowledges this to be a debatable topic under the current law.
In summary, the discussion is an insightful exploration of the topics of liens, easements, and foreclosures, peppered with practical examples and advice. It provides valuable knowledge for those navigating the complexities of real estate law.
U104 – Easements Eliminate Property Taxes, Foreclosure & Code Enforcement Part III – Watch Now
In this presentation, John Jay discusses the idea of using easements as a strategy to protect property rights, eliminate property taxes, prevent foreclosure, and fight against code enforcement. He draws parallels between historical land rights and easements, referring to how indigenous tribes used landmarks to establish territory, asserting that such territories were effectively immune to taxation.
Jay posits that we can use easements to reestablish some level of this untaxed control over land in the modern context. In his explanation, he talks about how the easement holder, having the right to use and enjoy a property, essentially becomes the de facto “boss” of the property, irrespective of who holds the title.
He further suggests that this approach can be applied in multiple scenarios, including situations of foreclosure and other legal disputes. For instance, he discusses that in a situation where the title holder changes or is no longer present, the rights of the easement holder remain, providing continued access and control over the property. He believes that through this strategy, one can maintain control over a property and also protect it from external entities such as government and corporations, who might claim rights of eminent domain.
Another essential point Jay emphasizes is the privacy aspect of easements. He describes privacy as a property right that must be claimed and maintained actively. This standpoint correlates with his broader argument for using easements to maintain control and prevent external interference.
In practical application, he mentions writing generic easement agreements to use in various cases, adjusting as needed. Furthermore, he gives advice on dealing with potential pitfalls, such as ensuring the distinctness of beneficial interests in the case of divorces.
Jay also touches on topics like working with Homeowner Association Agreements (HLA), getting financing, and insurance considerations in the context of easements. Finally, he shares personal experiences of successful applications of this approach, thereby endorsing the effectiveness of the easement strategy in protecting property rights and maintaining control.
U105 – interview with Sol Luckman – Watch Now
This interview with Sol Luckman revolves around the criticality of privacy rights, data sovereignty, financial strategies, and legal protections. Sol provides insights into sovereignty strategies, emphasizing the need to understand and smartly navigate the system. He highlights the potential pitfalls of personal debts potentially impacting one’s business, and the need to leverage a company effectively for its intended purpose.
Sol discusses different facets of property rights, including the potential impact on tax liabilities and income. He delves into how to protect property rights, even in the case of cohabitation, and the potential consequences of not doing so. He also discusses post-nuptial agreements and the need to protect communal property in case of a dispute.
In the realm of data privacy, Luckman details the widespread practices of data collection, storage, and its use for profit by organizations. He considers personal data as property and stresses the importance of valuing and protecting one’s digital footprint, which includes various biometrics such as fingerprints and retinal patterns.
Luckman further posits that recognizing personal data as property could potentially disrupt plans for a central bank digital currency based on biometric data. He talks about the potential of utilizing non-disclosure agreements, and hints at strategies to eliminate jurisdictions and maintain privacy.
The discussion shifts to legal cases, primarily focused on tax evasion and tax audits. Luckman discusses strategies to defend against these legal issues, stressing the importance of adhering to prescribed responses and challenging the basis of tax assessments.
Luckman provides insights into how to leverage corporate structures and trusts for financial advantage and protection. He explains that by transferring property rights from one person to a group of people, or an organization, it could potentially lessen liabilities and provide a way out of financial burdens.
Towards the end of the interview, Luckman explores the role of private membership associations and networks. He describes how these can be used as a protective shield and how it could leverage captive insurance for indemnification. He highlights the role of ledger-keeping in financial management and criticizes the mainstream approach towards money.
Finally, Luckman provides an insight into managing student loans, suggesting strategies to pay them off using assets, and how to make oneself uncollectible. His approach seems to emphasize empowerment and autonomy, with an aim to aid individuals in finding ways to secure their assets and privacy rights.
U106 – Video Emancipating Healthcare Professionals – Watch Now
“U106 – Video Emancipating Healthcare Professionals – Privacy Fight” is a deep dive into the challenges and solutions related to the healthcare industry, emphasizing on the freedom and privacy of healthcare professionals.
The talk initiates with a discussion of the troubles faced by small businesses like chiropractors, orthodontists, and dentists, who often grapple with consumer debt. In the 90s, the speaker embarked on a journey to help such professionals handle credit card debts and bankruptcy situations. Over time, the speaker observed foreign pension funds being pillaged through dubious practices, enabling Wall Street bankers to profit from a pyramid-like scheme.
The speaker discusses their approach to risk management, describing the process of empowering professionals to manage their debt. They stress the issue of capital being taken from the middle-class, with the Securities and Exchange Commission and IRS contributing to this by endorsing pension funds as a capital-moving vehicle. They delve into the intricate system of perpetual bankruptcy and how organizations navigate it.
The talk presents an expose on certain practices implemented during emergency situations, and the violation of legal rights and duties. The speaker emphasizes the need for proper judicial oversight and evidentiary hearing based on a physician’s affidavit to ascertain the risk posed by individuals or a group.
The talk explores how the healthcare system has evolved since the 1980s, turning doctors into hospital employees. The speaker critiques this shift, stating it has made physicians more susceptible to external pressures such as equipment leasing and perpetual debt. The speaker suggests that private membership associations could provide a way to resist this exploitation, outlining their use of the ADA in legal cases challenging the status quo.
The speaker continues with a critique of competency licensing, arguing that it has strayed from its original intent. They propose the creation of private associations, which adopt legal standards yet function outside the current system. They clarify that these associations should not be confused with licensing bodies as they would collect membership dues based on demonstrated competence.
The talk ends with the speaker highlighting the insurance industry’s role as a banking facility, and how they calculate and manage risk. The speaker also comments on attorneys, stating that while they may assist in some situations, their actions can sometimes result in the conversion of property. The speaker then invites the audience to engage further through their weekly calls. The talk concludes with a call to action, encouraging professionals to embrace arbitration processes to reclaim their autonomy.
U107 – Real Right to Travel & How to Safely Park Cash Outside Banking System – Watch Now
This talk covers the concept of the “Right to Travel” and strategies for safely parking cash outside of the traditional banking system. The speaker discusses his experiences with the legal and practical aspects of the right to travel. He recounts a personal story from the 90s where he successfully argued in court about the right to drive without traditional licensing and registration, based on his understanding of administrative law and case law. However, he emphasizes that such victories are rare and often hinge on very specific circumstances.
He delves into the concept of public easements, which are public rights of way on roads, and how they originated from private property owners and government interventions. The speaker posits that the right to travel is not absolute but rather a privilege that we have inherited, with its effective utilization dependent on mutual respect and courtesy among all road users.
The speaker also expresses concern over how driver’s licenses are being used not just for identification but also for monitoring, which infringes on privacy. In response to this, he proposes the idea of a private club, wherein members would be accountable but not subject to traditional driving statutes. The speaker argues that this system would allow for the exercise of the right to travel without undue infringement on individual freedoms.
On the matter of safeguarding cash outside the traditional banking system, the speaker suggests using ‘eisa coins’ and having ‘nominee’ set-ups. These strategies are aimed at maintaining privacy and security of personal financial assets. The speaker warns, however, that these are not straightforward processes and would require work, understanding, and responsible handling.
U108 – Attorneys Only Practice Attornment – Watch Now
The speaker in the content discusses a wide array of subjects primarily related to legal concepts, real estate transactions, insurance, and the roles and practices of attorneys, especially in the area of attornment.
He begins by discussing the role of attorneys in real estate transactions, particularly in relation to easements, title insurance, and the process of attornment. The speaker criticizes some practices he perceives as unfair and places a large burden on the client, including the extensive liability that is sometimes placed on sellers in property transactions.
The speaker goes on to discuss various specific scenarios, including the case of a seller being held liable for issues with a property even when they are not aware of them. He also dives into the intricacies of a title company passing potential claims against their policy onto the seller.
Further, the speaker talks about insurance companies, stating that their practices can be unfair and possibly unconscionable. He also discusses certain legal scenarios, such as agreement and contract law, and even explores some strategies for protecting one’s privacy in financial matters.
In the latter part of the discussion, he explores topics like easements and leasing back properties, usage rights, and various legal aspects of business dealings. The speaker also talks about legal complications around mandatory requirements for Social Security Numbers (SSN), expressing his disagreement with such practices.
In conclusion, the discussion is a comprehensive examination of a variety of legal matters, from real estate transactions and insurance issues to privacy and legal responsibilities in property ownership. The speaker provides insights into how attorneys navigate these topics, and offers critique on areas where he believes the system is flawed or could be improved.
U109 – Divorcing the State Pre/Post Nuptial for Couples & Families – Watch Now
“U109 – Divorcing the State Pre/Post Nuptial for Couples & Families – Privacy Fight” is a comprehensive discourse that focuses on the concept of developing pre- and post-nuptial agreements to maintain privacy in relationships, and safeguard against potential future conflicts, especially in the context of state interference.
The presenter, John Jay, discusses the current societal trend where individuals, primarily men, avoid marriage to prevent the potential financial fallout of a divorce. Jay’s central contention is that individuals are not necessarily safe from such consequences outside of marriage due to the role of state laws and the court system, which often favor one party over another. He claims that there is a systematic incentive for women to divorce men, or to make complaints against them, due to potential financial rewards.
He introduces the concept of a “private membership association”, which applies to relationships such as husband and wife, boyfriend and girlfriend, and parents. These associations, Jay suggests, are outside the jurisdiction of the state. He suggests formalizing these relationships to keep them private, with the use of pre- and post-nuptial agreements.
These agreements, according to Jay, need to be custom-tailored to each couple’s unique circumstances and must explicitly stipulate the allocation of assets and resources in case of a potential separation. This includes the allocation of marital property, which is suggested to be held in trust for the benefit of beneficiaries. He suggests that this approach could protect these relationships from third-party interferences and arbitrary legal decisions.
Jay further explains that this agreement can extend beyond financial assets to issues such as child custody. By having a pre-established agreement, parents can prevent the state from taking custody of their children in case of a separation. Jay proposes that, should anyone attempt to take the matter to court, the existing agreement would act as a barrier, forcing the case back into private arbitration.
Jay concludes by stating that this concept, though potentially damaging to the romantic aspect of relationships, is a powerful tool to protect individuals, and especially families, from the societal and financial consequences of a separation or divorce.
U110 – How and Why to Buy Loose Diamonds – Watch Now
In this presentation, John Jay outlines why and how to invest in loose diamonds as an alternative method of storing wealth outside of the traditional banking system. To begin with, he explains that diamonds are a valuable and portable asset, suggesting that they can offer good returns and ease of transport. He delves into the concept of diamond grading, discussing the ‘Four Cs’ of diamond quality: Color, Clarity, Carat weight, and Cut. He also recommends investing in round brilliant diamonds due to their desirable characteristics and potential return rate.
John Jay emphasizes the significance of getting familiar with diamond grading and understanding the supply chain. According to him, this knowledge is crucial for obtaining better pricing and establishing strong relationships with diamond brokers. He further recommends avoiding conflict diamonds and sourcing diamonds ethically.
Finally, he argues that diamonds are highly liquid assets, which means they can be easily bought and sold. However, he also warns that, while they can be stored and transported easily, they are not meant to be used as a typical currency. The presentation ends with an invitation to further discuss and research this investment opportunity.