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Boycott Facebook

In Nerds only, Polytricks on December 21, 2012 at 8:58 am

Facebook is a snare and delusion.  If you join everything you post belongs to Facebook forever, despite deleting your account or setting better privacy settings.  Facebook knows more about you than your family does.  Facebook got its start-up funds from the CIA.  Facebook terms of service  allow it to data mine all information on the internet in your name, in fact Facebook tracks you even if you aren’t on Facebook.  Here is a Facebook parody that is alarmingly close to the truth.

Its really easy to hack a Facebook account.  All you need is the persons name, email address and date of birth.  Since Facebook eagerly provides all this information, any of your ‘friends’ can hack your account.  Facebook promises access to you but provides it to others.  This is its business model.  Facebook is not your friend.  This video shows the money trail to the CIA, Dept of Defence and wealthy right-wing globalizationists.

Has Facebook really brought people together?  Is a Facebook friend meaningful when you can amass a huge amount of them without ever even meeting them in the flesh?  In fact there is an epidemic of fake Facebook friends out there that are actually hackers and spammers that are trying to steal your IP address, computer bandwidth and email address to make money.

The above information should be enough to encourage people not to join Facebook and encourage those on Facebook to join the boycott.  This is the 21st Century.  But its unwise in any century to trust those you don’t know with your personal information.  Its an invitation to be robbed, stalked and betrayed.

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  1. Reblogged this on Joshua Lisec and commented:
    Something to think about…

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