Davos Elite Genetic Secrets For Sale: The Davos Collection Heads To Auction


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EARNE$T announces the upcoming auction of The Davos Collection, a portfolio of artifacts covertly harvested during the 2018 WEF at Davos. The Collection presents the unique opportunity to gain genetic insights into a most influential population and a class traditionally resilient to data collection. 2018 Davos attendees included Donald Trump, George Soros, Jack Ma, Queen Rania of Jordan, Angela Merkel and Elton John.

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The Collection offers three tiers of artifacts:

Utensils: silverware and glassware containing residual genetic and fingerprint data
Consumables: sanitary items, cigarettes and paper cups containing residual genetic data
Biological samples: hair and fluid/ fiber swabs collected in rest rooms and other sites within the Davos Congress Centre.


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Through the exclusive access granted by The Davos Collection, users will gain key insights into Davos attendees, including a participant’s potential physical and mental ailments or gifts, ancestry, records of diet and medications, substance abuse and exposure to environmental factors.


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While the collected specimens are offered at a class-level identity resolution, the option to achieve individual-level resolution is available to end-users.


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The Davos Collection offers exciting new layers of certainty to data surveillance firms, data brokers and private collectors. Combining the information extracted from these predictive artifacts with existing digital behavioral data will advance efforts towards a future Free of Risk™.


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Is this a joke?
No. The artifacts are authentic, the collection is legitimate, the potential use of the artifacts to gain insights into individuals’ genomic imagery is accurate and plans to auction the artifacts are real.


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Is this legal?
Unclear. While Davos participants discarded all of the items collected, the expectation of privacy may be a concern with certain items.


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What’s the point of all this?
The Davos Collection is itself an artifact of the age of Surveillance Capitalism. The Collection represents the next logical extension in the assertion of corporate property rights over personalized data, thus increasing the predictive power of artificial intelligence systems and generating profits. Facebook and Google are examples of Surveillance Capitalism’s success.


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Through the collecting and selling of vital and sensitive data from the most powerful people on the planet, EARNE$T intends to encourage a visceral reaction against Surveillance Capitalism from the elite. The question remains whether the powerful will protect themselves alone or extend the protection to the wider population.


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