Facebook is a CIA Databank
While this article was written four years ago, nowadays (virtually) everyone knows that social media is being strongly monitored by authorities and intelligence services of all parties. Now, the recent terrorist attacks in Paris have offered France the means and opportunity to step out in the open and initiate emergency legislation to keep spying on us the American way. Those who'd do absolutely anything to remain in denial will probably utter the usual memorised claptrap. No doubt, the snooty and arrogant ignorant know-it-all may argue that for some, evil is everywhere and that anyway, they have nothing to fear since they have nothing to hide (second statement is true, however the first one...). I still take the trouble to reach out with some insightful links (see Related articles), albeit mainly for those who might feel inspired and strong enough to preach the word to their zombified circle. It's a long shot, but you have my wholehearted support.
In my Feb. 16 article ''Facebook & Google are CIA Fronts,'' I argued that Facebook and Google data mine information about you. This is now public knowledge.
The Associated Press reported November 4 that the CIA has an entire center dedicated to monitoring Facebook and Twitter. They also monitor TV stations and print newspapers.
"The Open Source Center," established in 2005 by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has been operating since the 9/11 Commission's call for foreign counter-intelligence.
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