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#91
The Monday October 4th Facebook Blackout Reveals Real Power of Big Tech Companies …

https://www.globalresearch.ca/monday-bla...es/5757758
#92
Tweet -

Facebook is in BIG TROUBLE

It has just been discovered that the Facebook Covid vaccine Fact-Checkers are funded by vaccine companies …


https://twitter.com/dustinpenner25/statu...79776?s=21
#93
Dystopian Prediction -

An innovator in early AR systems has a dire prediction: the metaverse could change the fabric of reality as we know it.

Louis Rosenberg, a computer scientist and developer of the first functional AR system at the Air Force Research Laboratory, penned an op-ed in Big Think this weekend that warned the metaverse — an immersive VR and AR world currently being developed by The Company Formerly Known as Facebook — could create what sounds like a real life cyberpunk dystopia…



https://futurism.com/the-byte/ar-pioneer...-metaverse
#94
$150B lawsuit filed against Facebook for ‘its alleged role in the ethnic cleansing currently underway in Myanmar’

Facebook (now Meta), its owners, and its employees have been accused of all kinds of terrible things.  Sadly, it’s not the first time the company has been sued for “genocide complicity and endangering humanity.”

https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/human-...n-myanmar/

https://www.activistpost.com/2021/12/150...anmar.html
#95
Facebook asserts in a court filing that ‘fact checks’ created by third-party organizations and used to remove content or to suspend users are nothing more than ‘protected opinions’

Facebook asserts in a court filing that ‘fact checks’ created by third-party organizations and used to remove content or to suspend users are nothing more than ‘protected opinions’

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Meta Platforms, formerly known as Facebook, has admitted in a court filing that its fact checks are merely “protected opinions.”  The court filing was entered in response to a lawsuit filed by the Libertarian pundit John Stossel, who claimed that one of Facebook’s “fact checks” inserted on a video defamed him and was misleading.
Court filing: Facebook fact checks were “protected opinions”
In response, Facebook argued that the so-called “fact check” was actually an “opinion” rather than an actual check and statement of the facts. Opinions are protected from libel accusations, releasing the person or entity that made the statements from liability. On the other hand, statements labeled as fact make the person or entity making them subject to a libel lawsuit for defamation.
Whatever decision is made by the court, the filing and the lawsuit are a public relations disaster for Meta Platforms. The statement in the court filing that the so-called “fact checks” are nothing but “protected opinions” places Facebook in a precarious position.
A problem for Meta Platforms
If the court doesn’t agree with the claim made by Meta Platforms’ attorneys, then the company is liable for libel and defamation of character. On the other hand, if the court does accept their claim, then it indicates that Meta Platforms has long been misleading its users by claiming that its fact checks were actual checks of the facts rather than someone’s opinion.
Read More: Facebook asserts in a court filing that ‘fact checks’ created by third-party organizations and used to remove content or to suspend users are nothing more than ‘protected opinions’
#96
Facebook allows Ukraine war posts urging violence against invading Russians, Putin

Meta Platforms (FB.O) will allow Facebook and Instagram users in some countries to call for violence against Russians and Russian soldiers in the context of the Ukraine invasion, according to internal emails seen by Reuters on Thursday, in a temporary change to its hate speech policy.
The social media company is also temporarily allowing some posts that call for death to Russian President Vladimir Putin or Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, according to internal emails to its content moderators.
“As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine we have temporarily made allowances for forms of political expression that would normally violate our rules like violent speech such as ‘death to the Russian invaders.’ We still won’t allow credible calls for violence against Russian civilians,” a Meta spokesperson said in a statement.
The calls for the leaders’ deaths will be allowed unless they contain other targets or have two indicators of credibility, such as the location or method, one email said, in a recent change to the company’s rules on violence and incitement.
Read more: Facebook allows Ukraine war posts urging violence against invading Russians, Putin
#97
Does Facebook have your medical records?

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Story at-a-glance
  • Facebook’s Meta Pixel was found on 33 hospital websites, sending Facebook information linked to an IP address, which identifies individual computers and may be traceable back to an individual or household

  • The pixel tracks what doctors are searched for and health-related search terms added to search boxes or selected from dropdown menus

  • The Meta Pixel was found in patient portals from seven health systems; data being collected included names of medications being taken, descriptions of allergic reactions and upcoming doctors’ appointments

  • More than 26 million patient admissions and outpatient visits have been shared by the 33 hospitals using Meta Pixels, and that’s likely conservative



https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/human-...l-records/

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic...cords.aspx
  
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