The crew that doxxed QMAP owner

Post 10615165 6 hours ago • View on 8kun

Company Twitter - (they deleted their tweets - here's what I could recover for now - CEO - Lyric Jain (alias or just stupid name? Still digging) Lyric Jain Twitter account - Senior Editor Dr Al Baker's personal webpage - Editorial Team - "Fact Checkers" - Interesting timing - who's funding these faggots? Latest funders - XTX Markets and Mercier XTX Markets leadership - Mercier - (CEO - Been working with Google too Additional reading

Post 10615439 6 hours ago • View on 8kun

>>10615165 > Their new account is LogicallyAI. LogicallyAI tweets that they performed investigation to track down the individual who owned QMAP.PUB using CNET download caches and a former Facebook post. This startup was recently funded $3.2M by multiple venture capital firms including XTX Ventures. Eric Swanson is a former SEC lawyer and married Bernie Madoff's niece while the SEC was investigating Madoff's firm. There are other individuals on the board of this firm who have also had tenures at the SEC. This firm has helped with Indian and Britain with their elections in "misinformation" censoring. A tech start-up using AI to detect misinformation and provide fact-checking services to combat fake news has raised £2.5m to further develop its product in time for the next US election. Logically has secured funding from NPIF – Mercia Equity Finance and XTX Ventures, the venture capital affiliate of algorithmic trading firm XTX Markets. The firm has a free app for consumers and works with governments, news organisations and social media platforms to help prevent misinformation. They have contracts with the US public sector and social media firms. All their fact checkers are Indian and Logically happens to have an office in India. Coincidence? #### The Brighouse-headquartered team uses a combination of fact-checkers, AI and digital forensics to analyse media stories and conspiracy theories to help the public separate facts from falsehoods. It can also track sources of disinformation. The firm reports it recently applied its technology to weed out false information which furthered the conspiracy of a link between COVID-19 and 5G phone masts. It has also been used in the Indian general and regional elections, in which it reports to have detected over 130,000 pieces of problematic content. It has now secured contracts in the USA with public sector and social media platforms to report on the forthcoming elections. Logically was founded in 2017 by Lyric Jain, a graduate of both Cambridge and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), after witnessing the public debate about Brexit and the 2016 US elections. The company now employs 15 staff in Yorkshire and a similar number in London. Lyric Jain, CEO, said: “With the rise of the internet and social media, falsehoods travel faster than the truth. Misinformation can polarise societies and has become a serious threat to democracy. “Logically aims to stop the spread of disinformation, ensure people see both sides of the story and keep elections free and fair. Following on from our early successes in India and Europe, we are looking to establish Logically as a partner for governments, businesses and consumers around the world.

Post 10615505 5 hours ago • View on 8kun

leadership at XTX Markets and Mercier, latest funders of QMAP doxxers

Post 10615656 5 hours ago • View on 8kun

LogicallyAI is accredited by the International Fact Checking Network, an operating unit of Poytner. According to Poytner, the International Fact-Checking Network: Monitors trends, formats and policy-making about fact-checking worldwide, publishing regular articles in the section below and in a weekly newsletter. Helps surface common positions among the world’s fact-checkers. Promotes basic standards through the fact-checkers’ code of principles and projects to track the impact of fact-checking. Funds annual fellowships, a Fact Forward Fund, a Fact-Checking Innovation Initiative and a crowdfunding match program. Convenes fact-checkers in a yearly conference (Global Fact) and promotes collaborative efforts in international fact-checking. Provides training in person and online. Advocates for more fact-checking, including through an annual International Fact-Checking Day. Facebook, TIME Publishing, The New York Times, ESPN, USA Today, and other MSM organizations are on their Board. ##

Post 10615723 5 hours ago • View on 8kun

>>10615439 >>10615656 Wow - how did I miss this. Craig Newmark - founder of Craigslist - is the Emeritus Board Member of Poynter

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