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Facebook’s Censorship Policies Are Starting to BACKFIRE

Myspace committed social media suicide in the 2010s after it was sold to Rupert Murdock and underwent a complete makeover. All of a sudden, people were not able to communicate in the ways they were used to, and the site became a kind of MTV of the Internet.

We’re not sure that this was entirely accidental. The social networking platform was a wonderful way for independent writers to garner an audience and achieve wider readership than syndicated columnists. Just as we are seeing today, with media creatures trying to take out their social media-user competition, it could very well have been that Myspace went the way of the dodo via the way of the lemming, (even though lemmings don’t really commit suicide — you get the point).

The massive pulling of the carpet out from under Myspace users drove millions into the arms of Facebook practically overnight. Facebook has long been known to be a recipient of CIA money and influence. So, it’s interesting that Myspace would spontaneously combust at a time when people were getting dependent on social media — and when Facebook was regarded as ‘your father’s social media network.’

Facebook went from geek to chic over the space of a margarita-stained weekend.

Now, the CIA-infested social media company is losing subscribers by the bucket-load as people grow tired of censorship. Even worse for Facebook, big companies are pulling their profiles down as they have become aware of the massive data breaches that Facebook’s date mining policies create.

Here’s Tim Pool with more.

~ Liberty Video News


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