Financial Pro Ted Bauman Writes About Why Government And Big Business Want To Invade Your Privacy

For about 25 years Ted lived and worked in South Africa. He was employed by nonprofits and used his financial knowledge to manage their funds efficiently. One of the areas he keyed in on was building low-income housing, not just in South Africa but many other developing nations as well. He is originally from the United States and moved back around five years ago. He now has a home in Atlanta, Georgia, where he lives with his family. More info here.

Ted Bauman has established himself as a financial expert, particularly when it comes to investing. He shares his knowledge in three investment newsletters with the prominent one being The Bauman Report. He says that his goal with this publication is to enable people to grab hold of their own financial destiny where the money their investments earn goes into their own pockets and not those of third parties. He also emphasizes personal freedom and modern strategies for keeping your identity and activities private and away from the prying eyes of governments and big business.

Back in August of 2017, Ted Bauman wrote an article about keeping your privacy. At the time Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci had blown up his White House career within a week due to his foolish antics and perceived paranoia. After this one of his colleagues said they’d be perfectly fine with having a chip embedded in them if it made their lives easier. Ted was aghast at this idea as it opens up the very real possibility of the government and other entities knowing where you are and what you’re doing all hours of the day. No convenience is worth that trade-off, he rightfully said. He wrote that unlike The Mooch” this is good paranoia to refuse being chipped. Follow Ted Bauman on Twitter.

This all started when a Wisconsin company called Three Square Market started having employees of the company embedded with microchips. This business claims this is going to be done to help these employees make their lives easier (and of course spend more time working for the company). The implant is about the size of a piece of rice. As Ted Bauman points out this is sold as convenience but the real goal over time is to track people everywhere. It will be used to by the government to do surveillance of people and it will be used by businesses to market to people and otherwise keep track of them. It’s pretty scary stuff that nobody should be taking part in. View interview of Ted Bauman, click:

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