Project Veritas: Twitter Execs on JRE Contradicted By Undercover Video of Twitter Engineers

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4 Responses to Project Veritas: Twitter Execs on JRE Contradicted By Undercover Video of Twitter Engineers

  1. czarowniczy says:

    Let’s face it, we had folks (US Govt) working on violating your privacy on social media and on ALL of your personal devices attached to the internet (remember I mentioned the guy talking to me about how they were working on attacking your home entertainment center?) MANY YEARS AGO. The Feds lied about violating your privacy and, when caught fell back onto the ‘but honest folk have nothing to fear’ BS excuse.

    The ‘free’ addictive social media sites have to make money, they aren’t air plants surviving off of wafting digital breezes, they are parasites living off of their unsuspecting hosts. Are now and always have been, NOTHING IS FREE. They make and are worth billions yet we’re expected to believe their Keane-eyed spokespersons when they tell us their sole purpose is to give you a protected source of private communications.

    How many times has Mark Z been caught in lies about how Facebook drains its users’ data…this year? How about how Google and Microsoft mine users’ emails for marketing info…and target markets to you? NOW TWITTER!?!?!? Say it ain’t so, Joe!

    The arrogance bred by the power they hold makes them think they can mislead (i. e. ‘lie’) with abandon – after all what are you going to do? The people in power seats need these media turds to spin their narratives and the turds reward the powers with access and money and the little people with the idea that their boring little mundane conversations are valued by the greater audience. Where be the tar and feathers when you really need them?

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  2. auscitizenmom says:

    Liar, liar, pants on fire.

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  3. Lucille says:

    The vid leads to the question: what’s going to be done about social media invading an individual’s privacy? Placing SM under the jurisdiction of public utilities means the government is going to be in charge. Not a good idea. Is anyone or any committee even working in Congress on this major problem?

    So what’s going to make the sites stop their invasion? Since money and power are their gods, how about simply quitting all SM sites and hitting them in the pocketbook? I know SMs have the ability to track even after a person disconnects. Perhaps the best way to give them some payback is to go dark and use sites and companies which have a no-track policy.

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