Mercer, Zuckerberg, Sandberg, Page, Brinn, Dorsey Handmaidens to Authoritarism

Here’s inside story on what happened at #TED2019. Within minutes of revealing Facebook’s intimidation tactics onstage, I stepped off it to find Facebook had complained & demanded to see my script. Great credit to @TEDtalks & @TEDChris for standing firm

Mercer cambridge analytica

Zuckerberg, Sandberg, facebook

AG Jeff Sessions uses apostle Paul Romans 13 like some Christian denominations in Nazi Germany to justify accommodation with the Third Reich.

Page, Brinn, google

Take down the “gods of Silicon Valley” Dorsey, their employees, and their investors are all Accessories to the subversion of democracy…

The Fox was invited in to speak to the hen house!!

How Facebook Broke Democracy

In an unmissable talk, journalist Carole Cadwalladr digs into one of the most perplexing events in recent times: the UK’s super-close 2016 vote to leave the European Union.


Sears sues Mnuchin alongside former CEO for alleged multibillion-dollar theft
Trump Treasury Secretary helped his old college roommate Eddie Lampert turn Sears into the longest, slowest corporate raid in history, sending the venerable retailer spiraling into bankruptcy. Now, they’re being sued for it.

Why does the president fight so hard to keep anyone from seeing his tax returns, business records, bank loans? If Trump were innocent of any suspicious financial activity, would he be suing Congress to try to keep his finances secret?


2 thoughts on “Mercer, Zuckerberg, Sandberg, Page, Brinn, Dorsey Handmaidens to Authoritarism”

  1. Facebook just removed five extremists from its platforms. Here’s what should happen next.
    acebook just announced the removal of a notable cross-section of extremists from social networks Facebook and Instagram, including neo-Nazi sympathizer Milo Yiannopoulos, anti-Muslim bigot Laura Loomer, far-right YouTuber Paul Joseph Watson, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones (again), and white supremacist Paul Nehlen, a failed Republican congressional candidate, while also removing Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan for his record of anti-Semitic rhetoric. This move by Facebook is a step in the right direction, opening doors to making its platforms safer and inspiring some optimism that the tech company might be capable of taking responsibility for the ways its platforms have empowered extremists. But it is clear that there is more to do.
    A long record of hate

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