The real 'crime' here is that dark money political disinformation campaigns are not illegal and the platforms remain unregulated.
A one-day boycott to protest social media selling targeting of African American voters.
"What's Congress doing? What are the rest of us supposed to be doing? " Alysin Camerota asked Sen. Ben Cardin.
Pod Save America's token conservative voice, Tim Miller, has been excised for his role in Facebook's PR fiasco
At 5PM Eastern time on the day before Thanksgiving, Facebook released a statement written by an outgoing executive admitting they paid an opposition research firm to target George Soros on Facebook's behalf.
In January, 2018, George Soros criticized Facebook and Google in a speech at Davos as 'a menace to society' because they control so much of the user's attention and exploit the social environment. He called for regulation as a way to rein in their power.
This is arguably the most important question that social networks face: how to identify extremism inside their communities.
It is past time for public interest to take precedence over corporate profit. That means regulating Facebook by enforcing existing laws.
Facebook has always put profit before everything. Is it catching up with them or will we let them get away with it in the name of "freedom"?
So much for "Ad Transparency," Facebook.
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