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Throughout 2018, social media giants came under serious scrutiny from the federal government. It was a different Administration, and in the aftermath of the data breach of sensitive personal information off of Facebook via Cambridge Analytica as a way of profiling and cataloguing political preferences of American voters, a substantial number of citizens became suspicious of Facebook’s purpose. Since last year, this social media giant has increasingly lost credibility regarding the protection of the privacy of user’s information. However, new concerns have been surfacing since the start of the new year.
Old accusations about Facebook purposely and frequently allowing unauthorized access to precious user data to outside enterprises (like Microsoft) for their nefarious purposes are resurfacing. However, serious investigations are producing enlightening revelations regarding Facebook. For instance, recent research is attempting to provide a clear connection to the founding of Facebook and funding from the federal government, or to be real: from the American taxpayers. Actually, recent research has uncovered a very interesting “coincidence” that occurred in 2004.
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Shortly after the horrific terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001, the United States government manifested a great number of defensive actions, one of which was the passage of the Patriot Act. That Act changed reality for Americans in a number of ways, but for young Americans born shortly before, or shortly after 9/11, it has little relevance to their post 9/11 reality as they did not enjoy a more free society. Two years after the Patriot Act was law, the federal government was still seeking ways to fight terrorism, and was even awarding grants to private sector companies to assist the process.
In May of 2003, Wired magazine published an article entitled, “A SPY MACHINE OF DARPA’S DREAMS.” DARPA, or more specifically, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, under the Department of Defense, was actively asking businesses...
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