In case anyone was wondering, one of the most powerful companies in the world is still cyberstalking little old me.
I suppose when you're that powerful you can stalk whoever you want (Page 9):
The IBM CS&P team began the portion of this investigation by acquiring all available information on Jason Brad Berry from the internet including his driver's license, home address, telephone, Facebook, e-mail, known aliases, and affiliated organizations. Next, IBM CS&P team cross-referenced a series of combinations of the keywords to identify any unauthorized line of communications with Mr. Berry, but was not able to make a connection.I'm really curious what they mean when they say they acquired all available information from the internet including email. Does that mean they simply got my email addys from the internet or does that mean they actually "acquired" my email?
I'm also really curious how much Pat Juneau paid them to conduct this "investigation" and how much he's still paying them as they are obviously still trolling me over a year later.
It's funny, they could have saved a shitload of BP's money simply by reading the goddamn original post. I disclosed exactly how I obtained the emails from the beginning.
But then recklessly spending the money from the settlement to enrich Fortune 500 companies while the people of the Gulf get screwed over seems to be the game plan so this "investigation" just gave Juneau another excuse to pay off more business suits.
Never mind the content of the post which proved that the PSC lawyers had expedited their own clients' claims, they simply wanted to go after the guy that exposed what they were up to. This is the MO for Juneau's transparent claim process.
I suppose I should be flattered, huh? Yeah, well, I'm not so much.