Yes, these files are used everyday by prospective employers as well...especially those that are contractors with the government. For example, if you wanted to work for a space and aeronautics parts manufacturer, surely they have access to personal info files on anyone. One of the most widely used databases for archives is in Georgia. I believe the next biggest database is in Utah.
Depending on the size of the company, even telemarketing companies have access to these files to find out all they can on employees and the people/customers that they are calling.
So you think that these telemarketing mega-call centers just want to sell you something? Think again! They gather information for these databases.
The "mother board" that stores information on individuals is most probably located at Mount Weather, an underground, self-sustaining facility located outside of Washington, D.C.
This underground facility is a "secret" to Congress and the US taxpayers, who pay for it. It has existed since 1903 and, in the event America is struck by a "terrorist" attack that would call for "martial law," and/or military rule, the "secret" government's main point of operation would be from this location.
There are many connecting underground facilities throughout the United States.
It is no coincidence that the home town of Australia's Cardinal George Pell, The Sovereign City of The Golden Triangle, is also home to IBM's "bunker".
IBM Ballarat (Established in 1995)
The headquarters of IBM’s computing services for South East Asia is the lead company on the Park. Services available for customers in Australia as well as for IBM worldwide include: application management services, a customer care management centre, technical software services, database and data communications services, technical consulting services, security services, storage services and project management.
For more information about IBM Ballarat visit the IBM website at http://www.ibm.com.au/.
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