Who we are
Daily News Groups was created as a tool to get out the messages from the Sexual Abuse Network of Canada to locals about convicted child molesters living in communities filled with children when traditional media does not report on them. We have 90+ groups across Canada that has one for every province and groups for most major cities . We post local news and in the cities with online police scanners we post scanner calls as they happen to keep everyone informed second by second as the calls take place. When an issue comes up where a local city has a child molester that needs to be profiled and the city warned we can use the Daily News Groups to get the message to the people in those communities. By joining up to your local group and adding your friends and family as well, we build a network of concerned citizens worried about who is near our children as they play. As the groups grow and we profile a child molester their opportunities to get close to another child goes down when everyone already knows who they are and where they are. We are the first that we know of that has created a national database of child molesters that the public can access and it is growing everyday by our local group members telling us about who is in their backyards and after doing the research on them we add them to the database. EVERY NAME on the database has been CONVICTED of molesting a child . You can access this site with the link below. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to private message any of our admins and they would be more than happy to help you.
Daily News Groups http://dailynewsgroups.ca
Sexual Abuse Network of Canada http://sanc.ca
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Who we share your data with
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How long we retain your data
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What rights you have over your data
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How we protect your data
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