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DIGITAL ASSASSINS BY AUTHOR DANIELLE SPENCER: EXPOSING THE DARK WEB OF CYBERCRIME AND ITS REAL-WORLD VICTIMS - VORAKA

Updated: Jan 26

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN VORAKA

Article Published on 19th January 2024 by Rita Williams | www.vorakamag.com


Digital Assassins is a fictional story based on real-life events. It documents events experienced after becoming a Whistleblower against the most powerful federal government debt collection organization in the world. Using fictional characters and conversations, this story exposes efforts by federal government officials to cause financial, emotional, and mental harm to Danielle, her family, and her friends. Tactics such as privacy violations, illegal monitoring and surveillance, misuse of government records, and violation of trusted agreements with third-party banking, healthcare, credit, government officials, and data are exploited by this institution to achieve its goal.

Digital Assassins by Danielle Spencer
Available on Amazon

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Danielle Spencer is an author, protector of freedom, privacy rights Advocate, and U.S. Federal Government whistleblower. She is a senior leader with almost 25 years of experience focused on business, finance, and acquisition management. She is a change agent, transforming and improving business operations and processes. Danielle has two master's degrees in Business Administration and Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical and Research Technology. She is also certified in Information Assurance (cybersecurity) and Project Management.


DANIELLE SPENCER

Danielle’s book, Digital Assassins: Surviving Cyberterrorism and a Digital Assassination Attempt (March 2023), was inspired by actual events and reflects the abuse of power and weaponization of private data by those who swore to protect it. It documents how taxpayer resources can be used against U.S. Citizens when they stand against corruption.

   

Danielle Spencer is more than an author; she is a guiding light of resilience, courage, and ethical strength. Her dedication to societal well-being, both through her written words and advocacy efforts, places her in the forefront of those shaping a future where personal freedoms are protected, and technology adheres to principles of honesty and fairness.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR DANIELLE SPENCER

What inspired "Digital Assassins," and how does it expose the misuse of power and private data?

“Digital Assassins” was inspired by actual events that happened to me after becoming a whistleblower. Using fictional characters, I tell the story of what I believe was the misuse of government resources by government leaders against me. It provides details of how the abuses occurred and what data was used.


As a U.S. Federal Government whistleblower, what challenges did you face, and how do your experiences contribute to transparency and accountability discussions?

I faced challenges such as privacy violations, dissemination of fraudulent information and tax administration issues. Shedding a light on these events using my book, senior government leaders are becoming aware of these abuses. Once public, the bad actors will need to answer for their actions.


What core message do you aim for readers to grasp regarding the misuse of taxpayer resources against citizens in your book?

To continue reading the full interview, click here to download the January 2024 Literature special issue XV.



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