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Everyone knew about Facebook Privacy Violations

The former head of Operations of Facebook confesses he could not continue working there knowing what they were doing. Sandy Parakilas’ job was to monitor the privacy of Facebook users’ data, to ensure that no third-party software was left with personal information. He was the Director of Operations of the social network until 2012 when he decided to abandon the technology giant because of his disagreement with its privacy ...Read full article...

The New Oligopoly Data Economy is here to stay

You are now part of the new economic model of data exploitation. An electoral strategy consultancy firm exploited Facebook user data as a forma of market research. Users were not warned about it and their data became a precious tool to analyze political preferences in the last US election. Exploiting user data is not new. Social networks have gobbled, kept and used data from members for years.  What is ...Read full article...

Google’s Unlimited Secrecy and Unaccountability Grow Unchecked

Fascism occurs when a society loses control of Government and Corporations are not accountable for their actions. By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | MAY 24, 2012 Someone once said there would come a time when people would be made to enjoy a state of affairs they would not normally enjoy, a time when people would beg for it and then a time when they would kneel down ...Read full article...

Facebook IPO Financing NSA Data Mining Front

INFOWARS.COM | MAY 18, 2012 Facebook has become a new icon of elite dominance over the web, and increasingly the tech-driven economy as well. Technocrats are busy building stock market credibility via the IPO for their Facebook spy front, while Bilderberg attendees select politicians, steer social movements and spy on the masses to harvest data. Aaron Dykes has a special report on Mark Zuckerberg and his intel ring of ...Read full article...

U.S., Europe to keep data on travelers for 15 years

Guardian May 25, 2011 The personal data of millions of passengers who fly between the US and Europe, including credit card details, phone numbers and home addresses, may be stored by the US department of homeland security for 15 years, according to a draft agreement between Washington and Brussels leaked to the Guardian. The “restricted” draft, which emerged from negotiations between the US and EU, opens the way for ...Read full article...