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Facebook And Twitter’s Trump Ban – Analyzing The Corporate Agenda

So Donald Trump’s Twitter account has been suspended. Well, that’s what it said when i visited it. I’m not on Twitter. I rarely check anyone’s Twitter. Has Twitter permanently banned Trump’s account? This guy is still the President. If Twitter can ban his account, then who’s safe? There’s a lot of people who share Trump’s …

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Covid-19: Social Media Influencers

The 2010’s have seen the rise of a new generation of working class known as “Social Media Influencers and Vloggers.” These are the people who spend their days posting selfie pics and videos on YouTube, TikTok, Facebook and Instagram. Apparently, most of them can make a decent living out of it too. Isn’t that just …

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Wolf In A Sheep's Clothing: Privacy Experts Or Privacy Traitors?

Ever since Snowden’s revelations in 2013, there has been a surge in so-called privacy experts who have established their names in the privacy world. Who are these experts? Why would I listen to them? Why should I trust them? What I’ve noticed is that many of these so-called “experts” don’t follow the philosophy they preach …

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The Privacy Hyprocrisy

Does anyone find it odd when some privacy enthusiast keeps active profiles on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit etc? Not just some anonymous profile but a real personal profile with true information. The Snowden era has spawned hundreds of such “privacy advocates” who have profiles on the mainstream social networks that they actively and primarily use for …

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