Orgasmgate: Vibrator Maker Secretly Tracked Use via Phone App

Liberals mocked Kellyanne Conway for using an example of a person’s microwave oven spying on him. Actually, whether what she said is true or not, any Internet connected product can spy on you–TV, refrigerator, etc.

Even a sexual device can be nosy, as this story alleges.

NPR

The makers of the We-Vibe, a line of vibrators that can be paired with an app for remote-controlled use, have reached a $3.75 million class action settlement with users following allegations that the company was collecting data on when and how the sex toy was used.

Standard Innovations, the Canadian manufacturer of the We-Vibe, does not admit any wrongdoing in the settlement finalized Monday.

The We-Vibe product line includes a number of Bluetooth-enabled vibrators that, when linked to the “We-Connect” app, can be controlled from a smartphone. It allows a user to vary rhythms, patterns and settings — or give a partner, in the room or anywhere in the world, control of the device.

Since the app was released in 2014, some observers have raised concerns that Internet-connected sex toys could be vulnerable to hacking. But the lawsuit doesn’t involve any outside meddling — instead, it centers on concerns that the company itself was tracking users’ sex lives.

The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Illinois in September. It alleges that — without customers’ knowledge — the app was designed to collect information about how often, and with what settings, the vibrator was used.

The lawyers for the anonymous plaintiffs contended that the app, “incredibly,” collected users’ email addresses, allowing the company “to link the usage information to specific customer accounts.”

Customers’ email addresses and usage data were transmitted to the company’s Canadian servers, the lawsuit alleges. When a We-Vibe was remotely linked to a partner, the connection was described as “secure,” but some information was also routed through We-Connect and collected, the lawsuit says.

The unhappy users allege in their lawsuit that they never agreed to the collection of this data. Standard Innovations maintains that users “consented to the conduct alleged” — but instead of taking the case to court, the company agreed to settle.

An estimated 300,000 people bought Bluetooth-enabled WeVibes, according to court documents, and about 100,000 of them used the app.

Under the terms of the settlement, anyone who bought an app-enabled vibrator can receive up to $199 dollars; anyone who actually connected it to the app can collect up to $10,000. The actual amount paid out will depend on how many people file claims; the company estimates people who bought the app will get around $40, and people who used the app around $500.

Here’s an X-rated demonstration of the thing.

Lawsuit: NFL Tough Guys Practice and Play Doped Up on Painkillers

This article lays out the scientific evidence that the Negroid race has a lower pain threshold than other races. It turns out that women are also more sensitive to pain than men.

The subject of this post is the lawsuit brought by National Football League (NFL) players against the 32 NFL teams over excessive use of painkillers and other prescription drugs.

There’s nothing in the documents relating to the greater need for drugs by black players when compared to white players. Yet, it is reasonable to harbor suspicions that the blacks are driving teams to violate drug laws so that these alleged tough guys can be on the field on game day.

Excerpt from the Washington Post

National Football League teams violated federal laws governing prescription drugs, disregarded guidance from the Drug Enforcement Administration on how to store, track, transport and distribute controlled substances, and plied their players with powerful painkillers and anti-inflammatories each season, according to sealed court documents contained in a federal lawsuit filed by former players.

The sealed material, which was reviewed by The Washington Post, provides a rare look into the league’s relationship with drugs and how team doctors manage the pain inherent in a bruising sport to keep players on the field.

Federal law lays out strict guidelines for how teams can handle and dispense prescription drugs. The sealed court filing, which includes testimony and documents by team and league medical personnel, describes multiple instances in which team and league officials were made aware of abuses, record-keeping problems and even violations of federal law and were either slow in responding or failed to comply.

The filing, which was prepared by lawyers for the players suing the league, asserts that “every doctor deposed so far . . . has testified that they violated one or more” federal drug laws and regulations “while serving in their capacity as a team doctor.” Anthony Yates, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ team doctor and past president of the NFL Physicians Society, testified in a deposition that “a majority of clubs as of 2010 had trainers controlling and handling prescription medications and controlled substances when they should not have,” the filing states.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the allegations contained in the court filing “are meritless and the league and its clubs will continue to vigorously defend these claims.”

“The NFL clubs and their medical staffs are all in compliance with the Controlled Substances Act,” McCarthy said in an email. “. . . The NFL clubs and their medical staffs continue to put the health and safety of our players first, providing all NFL players with the highest quality medical care. Any claim or suggestion to the contrary is simply wrong.”

The details and communications were unearthed by lawyers representing more than 1,800 former professional football players who are suing the league in U.S. District Court in northern California, claiming they suffer long-term organ and joint damage, among other maladies, as a result of improper and deceptive drug distribution practices by NFL teams.

The material was collected by the players’ attorneys as part of the discovery process in the case. The attorneys redacted large portions of the 127-page complaint because both parties had agreed to do so under a court-approved protective order, sealing it from public view. The Post was able to review the redacted information because of an apparent technical error in the filing process but not some of the supporting exhibits and documents.

The filing solely reflects the ex-players’ claims against the NFL’s 32 teams, presenting their legal arguments and evidence to the court. Steven Silverman, the plaintiffs’ attorney, said he could not comment.

The court filing reveals that the teams dispensed painkillers and prescription-strength anti-inflammatories in numbers far beyond anything previously acknowledged or made public. In the calendar year of 2012, for example, the average team prescribed nearly 5,777 doses of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and 2,213 doses of controlled medications to its players, according to a March 2013 internal document from Lawrence Brown, the NFL-employed medical adviser who oversees its drug issues.

The article goes on in great, but unnecessary detail, although fans of the teams named in the Post article may find their team’s drug use stories to be interesting.

Race is real. Pain is real. In the NFL the intersection of pain and race occurs everyday. If white fans lose respect for their black heroes, so much the better. If somebody goes to jail or is fined under the RICO statutes than the NFL swamp may be drained a bit.

Woman who fell down stairs was fat, drunk and careless, British judge rules

EREN HUSSEIN. FAT, DRUNK, AND CARELESS.

Eren Hussein, above, used to weigh a lot more. She didn’t watch her step and wanted someone else to pay for her bad judgement.

This is the story of a judge who showed good judgement.

The Independent

A woman lost a civil case against Ronnie Scott’s jazz club after a judge ruled her treacherous fall down two flights of stairs occurred because she was drunk, obese and careless.

Eren Hussein was seeking thousands in damages from the world famous club after breaking her wrist and elbow after a party at the venue in 2012.

“It was dark, it was dim and I didn’t see my step as I was going down,” she told the judge. “I tumbled over and over and over and I injured myself very badly. I recall landing on my neck and the back of my head as well.”

However Judge Heather Baucher QC threw out her civil claim and instead accused her of not taking due care, referencing her 18-stone frame and platform heels.

“Mrs Hussein, at 115kg, must have taken up much of the width of the stairway. But for some inexplicable reason, she did not use the handrail,” Judge Baucher said.

“In her inebriated, obese state on three-inch platforms, that would be an obvious, simple step for anyone presented with what they saw as a hazard,” she said.

The 53-year-old company director had been at a birthday party with her pregnant daughter-in-law when the incident occurred in March 2012.

The court heard how Mrs Hussein, who has since lost five stones, walked down the left side of the stairs, despite the banister being on the right.

However Judge Baucher said that she could still have used the rail on the right, given her size at the time.

Mrs Hussein denied she had been drunk, claiming she drank no more than a glass and a half of champagne and a glass of red wine.

However, Ronnie Scott’s barrister Catherine Foster said medical records from her arrival at hospital described her as “obviously drunk” and “intoxicated”.

Judge Baucher also visited the scene of the fall and found nothing wrong with lighting, and ruled Ronnie Scott’s was not to blame for the accident.

Personal responsibility has been lost as the West has been colonized by diversity–a third world crowd that wants responsible people to pay for their lack of responsibility. May there be more judges like Judge Baucher.

White Footballer Sentenced to Community Service for “Rape” of Negro Teammate

JOHN RK HOWARD.

When the story of the anal rape of a retarded Negro football player by a white kid first broke, I posted this piece on Saboteur365.

What’s most important to know about this story, which has broken huge in the world-wide media Saturday night, is that the parents of the “special needs” black youth who was allegedly assaulted are white. They are seeking $10 million in damages in their civil lawsuit.

Excerpt from a long article at The Guardian

An Idaho judge has sentenced a white former high school football player to just 300 hours of community service with probation for his part in an attack on a developmentally disabled African American team-mate, insisting the case had been wrongly portrayed by the media as racially or sexually motivated.

In a series of extraordinary remarks, district judge Randy J Stoker on Friday accused the press and the public for misrepresenting what happened in a rural Idaho high school locker room on 22 October 2015, lamenting “people from the east coast have no idea what this case is about”.

Judge Stoker sounds like President Donald Trump. Media vermin will alway twist, distort, and lie to push the agenda that all whites are racist a**holes just ready and waiting to oppress the poor sad Nigra.

John RK Howard, who is now 19, was originally charged with forcible penetration by use of a foreign object for an attack on a 17-year-old in the Dietrich High School locker room after football practice.

The victim’s family, who are bringing a civil case, allege he was subject to sustained racist abuse and bullying in the months leading up to the incident, which involved the insertion of a coat hanger in his rectum. However Stoker was insistent the case, which has prompted nearly 150,000 people to sign change.org petition to have the judge removed from the bench in Idaho, had been misconstrued.

“This is not a rape case,” said an emphatic Stoker. “This is not a sex case. This started out as penetration with a foreign object … Whatever happened in that locker room was not sexual. It wasn’t appropriate. There’s nothing in this record that supports anything close to the sexual allegation against this young man.”

“In my view, this is not a case about racial bias,” the judge continued, addressing the pale young man at the defense table. “If I thought that you had committed this offense for racial purposes, you would go straight to the Idaho penitentiary.”

Well, now I don’t like what I’m hearing from the Judge. Why should a racially motivated penetration be punished more severely? He doesn’t say.

According to the civil lawsuit filed by the victim’s family, their son had been the focus of long-term racial bullying and abuse. Howard taught him a song that glorified anal rape and the KKK, and members of the football team called him slurs including “nigger”, “chicken eater”, “watermelon” and “Kool-Aid”.

But on Friday, Stoker brushed aside those assertions. The victim “was not targeted, which dispels in my view any claim of a racial incident”, Stoker said. “Another individual who was involved said [the victim] was called ‘fried chicken’ because [he] said it was his favorite food … I don’t think it’s a racial slur.”

Haha. Blacks try to turn everything into a racial slur. White people eat fried chicken. And watermelon. At least, in the South we do.

My bottom line is this: Who the Hell put a retarded Negro on a high school football team? He would be too stupid to contribute anything. I can only conclude tha this experiment in diversiy came to its logical conclusion. Of course the players would resent Mr. “fried chicken.” Everyone hates affirmative action who’s experienced it.

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Gentleman of Color Spends Hours Under Sign Letter at Walmart Hoping It Will Fall on Him

Hmmmm. Amusing. How dumb is this one, I wonder. His name is Manuel Garcia.

The hanging letter “P” never fell, by the way. He spent two day standing under it. Mexicans file the lawsuits Americans won’t?

Read the story at click2houston

Outrageous! “British” man who launched Isil suicide attack was Guantanamo Bay detainee awarded £1m compensation

CAR BOMBER JAMAL AL-HARITH. THE PRESS CALLS THIS A “BRITISH MAN.” OY VEY!

There’s a lesson for Britain and other Western countries to learn from the case of Ronald Fiddler, who called himself Jamal al-Harith. That lesson is that darkies will never assimilate to Western values and culture. They’re attracted to the violence of Islam. This one was a Jamaican before becoming “British.”

The Telegraph

A British Islamic State fighter who carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq this week is a former Guantanamo Bay detainee who was paid £1 million compensation by the government.

Jamal al-Harith, a Muslim convert born Ronald Fiddler who detonated a car bomb at an Iraqi army base near Mosul, was released from the US detention camp in 2004 and successfully claimed compensation after saying British agents knew or were complicit in his mistreatment.

He was freed following intense lobbying by Tony Blair’s Labour government.

Al-Harith, who used the nom de guerre Abu-Zakariya al-Britani, entered Syria via Turkey in 2014 to join Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, leading to questions at the time about the monitoring of terrorist suspects.

It also raised the possibility that compensation money paid by British taxpayers had been handed on by him to Isil.

Earlier this week Isil released an image of him sitting inside the bomb car grinning broadly, with wires and what may be a detonation button in the background.

A statement released by the terrorist group said: “The martyrdom-seeking brother Abu Zakariya al-Britani – may Allah accept him – detonated his explosives-laden vehicle on a headquarters of the Rafidhi army and its militias in Tal Kisum village, southwest of Mosul.”

“Rafidha” is a derogatory term for Shiite Muslims, who Isil considers to be heretics.

His brother, Leon Jameson, told The Times Al-Harith had “wasted his life”.

He added: “I didn’t think he’d ever do anything wrong but, if he’s joining extremists, then, you know … I’m not ashamed of him, I never will be. But it’s his own decision. I can only just give him advice if he needs any.”

The 53-year-old said his brother had been a keen sportsman in his youth, playing football, basketball and table-tennis and winning a trophy for karate when he was a teenager.

He later converted to Islam after meeting Muslim friends at a sixth form college.

“All I know is one day he brought a Quran home,” Mr Jameson told the newspaper.

“We were supportive of it, yeah,we didn’t see anything wrong with it at the time and the trouble only started later, seems like he’s been dragged into it.”

The 50-year-old, originally from Manchester, was arrested by US forces in Pakistan in 2001 as a suspected Taliban sympathiser, before being sent to Guantanamo Bay in Cuba in 2002.

At the time of his release, the then home secretary David Blunkett said: “No-one who is returned…will actually be a threat to the security of the British people.”

Earlier this week Isil named him as the man who had blown himself up in the car bombing at the Iraqi army base, and released a picture of him.

Al-Harith’s wife Shukee Begum travelled to Syria with their five children to try to persuade her husband to return to the UK, but failed and was taken hostage before eventually managing to escape.

Al-Harith, the son of Jamaican immigrants, converted to Islam in the 1990s and worked as a web designer before he travelled to the Pakistani city of Quetta in 2001 for what he claimed was a religious holiday.

He has insisted he tried to enter Iran when the US invaded neighbouring Afghanistan, but was captured and imprisoned by the Taliban on suspicion of being a UK spy.

When US special forces found him in a Taliban jail, they assessed him as a “high threat to the US” who was “probably involved in a former terrorist attack against the US”.

Al-Harith’s prisoner file from Guantanamo Bay, published online by WikiLeaks, refers to him travelling to Sudan in 1992 with “Abu Bakr, a well-known al-Qaeda operative”.

After his return to the UK – where he was released without charge – he joined three other former prisoners known as the Tipton Three in a failed attempt to sue Donald Rumsfeld, the then US Defense Secretary.

His legal action against the British government was more successful, resulting in a payment of up to £1 million in return for which he agreed not to talk about his ordeal.

Something is rotten in Britain. At least the British press is willing to publish this ridiculous story of treason or incompetence by the British government. I do believe the American press would try to bury the story.

Is Venus Williams a “Gorilla” or a “Guerrilla?”–It Makes a Huge Difference to This Man!

This is rich!

DOUG ADLER. SIMILAR PRONUNCIATIONS GOT HIM FIRED.

When you fire a man for using the word guerrilla to describe a truly ugly Venus Williams, you’re admitting that blacks look like gorillas.

Normally, in athletic disputes I wouldn’t care about the outcome, but in this case ESPN, which fired Doug Adler for using the g-word, deserves to have its deep pockets picked clean.

Daily Mail

Retired tennis player turned broadcaster Doug Adler is suing ESPN for wrongful termination after he was fired over a remark he made about Venus Williams during the Australian Open.

The former player claimed he suffered ’emotional distress’ in a court filing in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging he was wrongly branded a racist and has lost other TV opportunities because of the controversy.

His lawsuit calls for punitive financial damages, but doesn’t name an amount.

The 59-year-old was commentating for the network during Williams’ second round match against Switzerland’s Stefanie Voegele at the Australian Open in Melbourne on January 18 when he described the American’s aggressive tactics.

‘She misses a first serve and Venus is all over her,’ Adler said. ‘You see Venus move in and put the guerrilla effect on. Charging.’

He has maintained he meant Williams was using ‘guerrilla’ tactics, however he was accused by some of comparing the seven-time Grand Slam champion to a gorilla.

Adler apologized for his poor word choice but was let go just days later.

His lawyer, David M. Ring, gave the sports network a serve in a statement on Tuesday.

The irony is that Adler called everything correctly and in a professional manner, whereas ESPN did not – they recklessly made the wrong call,’ Ring said.

‘It was not only political correctness gone overboard, but also a cowardly move that ruined a good man’s career.’

The statement also included a comment from Adler, who said: ‘It was shocking to be treated this way by folks who’ve known me forever… Anyone who has ever competed in sports knows exactly the meaning of the term I used. Period.’

ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys said Tuesday the network hadn’t seen the lawsuit and had no comment.

Court papers also point out that ‘Guerrilla Tennis’ was the name of a Nike TV ad from the 1990s featuring Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras.

‘Obviously, (Adler) saw that commercial many times and the phrase became widely used by those who actually understood tennis vernacular and followed the sport closely,’ the lawsuit claimed.

“Your honor, I sumbit the following photos in evidence. Will your honor please rule: Is Venus Williams a gorilla?”