Internet mapping turned a remote farm into a digital hell.
Masha Yudin stashed this in Random Technological weirdness
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"All in all, the residents of the Taylor property have been treated like criminals for a decade. And until I called them this week, they had no idea why.
To understand what happened to the Taylor farm, you have to know a little bit about how digital cartography works in the modern era—in particular, a form of location service known as “IP mapping.” "
And pretty bad that this could happen to them at all.
...and with no recourse, it seems.
That's what it seems. Sad.