Skip to comments.Obama Acolyte, Facebook Founder, Shocked By Spying
Posted on 03/15/2014 5:57:39 AM PDT by Kaslin
Now you're gonna have to answer to the Coca-Cola company, Mr. Obama.
OK, maybe not Coke, but, youll have to answer to todays bubbly equivalent, which can also rot you from the inside out: Facebook.
Yeah. So be warned
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called President Barack Obama Wednesday night to complain about U.S. government actions that are undermining trust in the Internet, reports Politico, after a report that described how the National Security Agency posed as a Facebook server to inject malicious software into targets computers.
I wonder if Zucks voice broke when he talked to Obama. I wonder if Obama spoke without a teleprompter.
But mostly I wonder why Zuckerberg even bothered.
This is the NSA after all. The social media moth turned into a butterfly could have had the same conversation with Obama from the privacy of his commode without even picking up the phone.
Were the NSA, and were listening.
When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine were protecting you against criminals, not our own government, Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post Thursday according to Politico. The U.S. government should be the champion for the internet, not a threat. They need to be much more transparent about what theyre doing, or otherwise people will believe the worst.
We believe the worst, because that's what we have come to expect from leaders in business and politics. And thats because youre not protecting us from our own government, Zuck.
Youre in bed with them.
Does anyone else find it ironic that a company that helped massage data for Obamas reelectiona company that essentially spied on its customers for political purposes-- suddenly has found a conscience about Internet privacy?
Welcome to the Party pal er, party.
Where have you been?
Oh, thats right: Youve been spying on your customers.
We studied the group of people who changed their status from "Single" to "In a relationship" and also stated an anniversary date as the start of their relationship. During the 100 days before the relationship starts, we observe a slow but steady increase in the number of timeline posts shared between the future couple. When the relationship starts ("day 0"), posts begin to decrease. We observe a peak of 1.67 posts per day 12 days before the relationship begins, and a lowest point of 1.53 posts per day 85 days into the relationship. Presumably, couples decide to spend more time together, courtship is off, and online interactions give way to more interactions in the physical world.
Hey, Facebook? Do you wanna get out of my bedroom?
Or are you too busy protecting us from abusive content that criticizes the administration and liberals in general.
I write five columns per week, or maybe more on occasion.
Every one of them makes it to Facebook.
And many of them are called abusive by Facebook, especially recently.
Thats because someones feeling get hurt when I say mean things about Obama, Jack Lew, global warmers and, heaven forbid! the Chevy Volt.
There are 739 Chevy Volt owners in the United States without ties to the federal government. And every time I write an article about the Volts failures I hear from every one of these owners.
The Volt happens to be one of the most technologically advanced vehicles on the road today, goes a real-life, emailed example, and it is American ingenuity that build this car - not Japanese or European. It's American engineered, mostly American parts, built in America.
The only American ingenuity that counts in my opinion is profitable ingenuity. And that's not the Chevy Volt.
And thats the new tyranny here in the heart of our Republic.
Its the key to the Pinkos governance model.
When you make subjective things a crime- like in this case hurting someones feelings about the Volt not being the best car ever designed-- you obviously cant prosecute every miscreant. But you can prosecute the miscreants you dont like-- which process Facebook has automated to select conservatives.
Its censorship by arrogant means. Its also prosecutorial discretion, which as I have observed at other times, is the way to create a tyranny in the United States while retaining the patina of freedom.
And its the sleight of hand that allows Tim Geithner and Tom Daschle to make a mistake on their tax return, rather than commit a crime; Lois Lerner to plead the Fifth rather than no-contest; some illegal immigrants to qualify for Obamacare, while some get sent back to Mexico for the day.
Its what ails us.
And above all of it are guys like Zuckerberg and Obama, who are very selective about their indignation.
Welcome to the Party, Zuck.
They both take cash, checks or credit cards, for your convenience.
The hypocrisy is thrown in for free.
But you already knew that.
Zuckerberg had to know about the spying. He turned a blind eye to it, never imagining that the “program” would eventually hurt his own enterprise. When you wink at a thief, don’t be surprised when he steals from you.
“You fgracked up. You trusted us”.
Ha, placed your faith in the wrong person
I love it when the eat there own.
Zuckerberg’s a useful idiot for the ObamoFascists. Clearly the fool knows nothing about history or he’d know how fascists operate and that he’s nothing more than a fascist tool.
And Zuckerberg will pay.
Then he might figure out the game.
And maybe not.
He is a useful idiot after all.
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