Latest Mostly False Fact-checks in Privacy Jean Evans stated on November 25, 2018 in a tweet: "Constituents now face reality that all their personal issues will be made public" under Clean Missouri. Ro Khanna stated on May 26, 2018 in in a tweet: "Amazon Echo is recording every conversation in a person's home and transmitting it to the cloud." Arizona Democratic Party stated on April 3, 2018 in a website: "Congresswoman Martha McSally voted to let companies sell your internet data to the highest bidder without your consent. Then she got paid $42,000 by the very corporations she allowed to sell your personal info." Trey Blocker stated on January 24, 2018 in a commentary in the Odessa American: Says the Texas Department of Agriculture didn’t notify over 700 Texas students about a computer hack releasing critical personal information including Social Security numbers until 32 days after the breach. Angela Bean stated on June 1, 2013 in a newspaper article: A data system that goes along with Common Core is designed to collect up to 400 data points on each child, which can include personally identifiable data. Brian Patrick Kennedy stated on February 6, 2013 in a news release: Employers and schools have no right to conduct "surveillance of a dorm room or a worker’s cubicle." Senior Citizens League stated on October 1, 2009 in a letter to members: A "massive" federal computer network will make your medical records available to "millions of people" with a "complete lack of privacy and confidentiality," while doctors and hospitals who don't take part face "stiff penalties."