It also bears in English a connotation to the art of warfare.
Information trusted the third party with very dubious agenda can't be private.
So in a way NSA has the legitimate right to snoop after all people who open Facebook page. Facebook is also a powerful propaganda venue, which definitely can influence elections.
And not the way Russiagate stories suggest, buying few ads on Facebook changes nothing; being on control of Facebook allow to control the narrative and this election. Facebook officials have been compared to the Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels by a former investor.
Roger McNamee also likened the company's methods to those of Edward Bernays, the 'father of public' relations who promoted smoking for women. Mr McNamee, who made a fortune backing the social network in its infancy, has spoken out about his concern about the techniques the tech giants use to engage users and advertisers.
And he likened the techniques of the company to Mr Bernays and Hitler's public relations minister.
Mr McNamee said Facebook was creating a culture of 'fear and anger'. Mr Rosenstein, the Facebook engineer who built a prototype of the network's 'like' button, called the creation the 'bright dings of pseudo-pleasure'.
He said he was forced to limit his own use of the social network because he was worried about the impact it had on him. As Google, Facebook and the CIA are ever more entwined, these companies become so important to what 'the spooks' consider the interests of the nation that they will become mutually protective.
If you join Google or Facebook you should have no expectations of privacy In Australia any expectations of privacy isn't legally recognized by the Supreme Court once people voluntarily offered data to the third party.
Here is a relevant Slashdot post: Litt explained that our expectation of privacy isn't legally recognized by the Supreme Court once we've offered it to a third party.
Thus, sifting through third party data doesn't qualify 'on a constitutional level' as invasive to our personal privacy. This he brought to an interesting point about volunteered personal data, and social media habits.
Our willingness to give our information to companies and social networking websites is baffling to the ODNI. While Snowden's leaks have provoked Jimmy Carter into labeling this government a sham, and void of a functioning democracy, Litt presented how these wide data collection programs are in fact valued by our government, have legal justification, and all the necessary parameters.
Litt, echoing the president and his boss James Clapper, explained thusly: We do not indiscriminately sweep up and store the contents of the communications of Americans, or of the citizenry of any country. We do not use our intelligence collection for the purpose of repressing the citizens of any country because of their political, religious or other beliefs.
We collect metadata—information about communications—more broadly than we collect the actual content of communications, because it is less intrusive than collecting content and in fact can provide us information that helps us more narrowly focus our collection of content on appropriate targets.
But it simply is not true that the United States Government is listening to everything said by every citizen of any country. This is the point Litt misses, and it's not a fine one. In a very profound way Facebook was never a "social site". It was always anti-social site. Facebook exploits people's own sense of vanity and desire to invade other people's privacy.
There is no requirement to plaster your life all over the internet. Facebook has been a personal information sucking device since its inception. It is a toxic, faceless suburban wasteland which actually makes people more lonely Suburbanization of Friendships and Solitude April 18, Facebook may be making us lonelygiving users the information age equivalent of a faceless suburban wasteland, claims the fantastic cover story of The Atlantic.
We were promised a global village; instead we inhabit the drab cul-de-sacs and endless freeways of a vast suburb of information. At the forefront of all this unexpectedly lonely interactivity is Facebook.
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