Biden admin people-
If it would help at all in reuniting immigrant children who were separated from their families at our southern border over the past couple of years, I still have a full copy of Mexico's 2016 voter registration rolls (the "Padron").
Voter registration is compulsory in Mexico, so it is a fairly comprehensive record of names, home addresses, phone numbers, occupations, etc.
If any of the children Mexican who came from Mexico can remember bits and pieces such as what their mom or dad did as a job, their parent's name(s), a city of origin, etc. this data may be able to provide leads like phone numbers of relatives who may still be in Mexico.
I would never publish the data publicly, but if the current admin might find it useful to reunite families, please let me know.

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True and ongoing story about the difficulties of getting companies to respect GDPR:
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It is easy to recognize once you realize it. The concept can be summed up as “contrarianism”. It involves targeting comments with quick statements of opposition.
The content, accuracy, and quality of response is not as important as doing it quickly and in a way which seeks to “sting” the person making the statement.
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