Facebook investor agrees with ROGS: Facebook is worse than Hitler's propaganda

My regular readers will note that day after day, we see that my many “theories” and so on are validated by surprisingly rational people-and, sometimes, by billionaires too. But “mind control experiences on the internet” are real, Dorothy! And-the internet is planned that way from the state level to the corporation that does this crap-these are inter-conected in the endeavor of brainwashing us the peeple- social media like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and more are ALL actively seeking to influence us, manipulate our dopamine levels, our choices, and more.
So-if the corporation is doing that, what do you think the Company might be up to? I think all those “color revolutions” and “jasmine” in the ME provide examples of ‘what is possible’ don’t you?
I saw something! I am SAYING something, officer Friendly! I saw some vampires that need a kick in the teeth! And those vampires are using mind control on children-and even putting creepy crap into their Youtube viewing!!!
Here- have a look at what I said a few months back-after I got p!ssed that OGS denialist’s were overlooking how some are using the internet to actually target, harass, and cause harm to others, AFTER they had entrapped all of our data, and passed us around inter-continentally as if we are mere drunken air hostesses or floozies(.)(.)
I said: This here about “memetic neuro fasciitis,”and a bunch of other stuff about how the internet is in fact-and in PRACTICE being used to manipulate urr minds, in real time. And look-the ACLU has noted the Fusion Centers are themselves complicit in manipulating user data, and Twitter even plugged the “firehose” that subverted our free will at the switch. In fact, my lone wolf cry in the wilds has produced what could well be the Snowdenball effect, where the whole spy apparatus gets the firehose turned into its own Panoptical eyeballs. And, gang stalking will take a kick in the teeth too, cuz guess wut? People from 12 nations peeked in here today alone!
lone wolf journalism
And look! Even Tim Cushing over at Techdirt.com [link here] and Mark Harris of Wired is kicking Peter Thiel in his crystal balls. Big Data Lawsuits will be bigger than the Big Tobacco Lawsuits by far:

Mark Harris of Wired has put together a fascinating expose of the company’s work with US law enforcement based on documents obtained via FOIA requests. What’s uncovered does little to alter Palantir’s reputation as an enemy of personal privacy. What’s added to this rep isn’t any more flattering: the documents show Palantir handles data carelessly, ties customers into overpriced support/upgrades, and otherwise acts as though it has to answer to no one.
In one case, files marked as sensitive by a Long Beach drug squad detective were still accessible by other officers who shouldn’t have had access. Multiple emails to Palantir failed to resolve the issue. Making it worse was the fact the problem couldn’t be contained in-house. When agencies sign up for Palantir services, they’re given heavily-discounted rates if they allow their data to be shared with other law enforcement agencies. Detectives hoping to protect sensitive sources and undercover cops from outside access were finding out their employers had signed that option away in exchange for cheaper initial pricing.
That’s just the beginning of Palantir problems uncovered by these public document requests:
In the documents our requests produced, police departments have also accused the company, backed by tech investor and Trump supporter Peter Thiel, of spiraling prices, hard-to-use software, opaque terms of service, and “failure to deliver products” (in the words of one email from the Long Beach police). Palantir might streamline some criminal investigations—but there’s a possibility that it comes at a high cost, for both the police forces themselves and the communities they serve.

Yup- all the hungry yvampires are programming your children, and milking all of our data. Well-not MY data per se, as I don’t use social media, unless I am experimenting or doing security research. I am targeted in other ways that Facebook users are not, because I have been stalked, hacked, harassed, targeted and worse since 2004.when I wrote a few news stories about neo-McCarthyism. How wrong I was then-because it’s so much worse than even ol’ Joe could have told us then.
But, as we see-the FBI takes down web pages after mass shootings- because SOMETHING is wrong over at Facebook, and how some peoles data streaam is influenced-but it’s also wrong all over the web in general. And I am on record as being perhaps the fist person anywhere, ever to draw these comparisons, or point the reader, and the journalists to how “the internet” is being used by actual real people, in real time, to harass and manipulate people online.
Well-have a look at what this lil’ ol’  billionaire is saying a couple days ago: Roger McNamee “likened the techniques of the techniques of the company to Mr Bernays and Hitler’s public relations minister.”
So, to the researcher, the psychologist, and the potential future litigant-but ESPECIALLY to the litigator and the criminal defense attorney, take note that the official denial of organized gang stalking has taken a major hit and that Edward Bernay’s version of brainwashing has made it into the MSM-so ROGS isn’t alone in comparing “the internet” to mind control, or providing examples, as ALL major works of previous propaganda are now in line with the ROGS thesis.
And, while you’re here, please take a copy of the ACLU, EFF, NACDL’s guide to government hacking along with you-now if we can just get to work on a “guide to government mind control practices” we will speed this along, all the way up to the FISA court. (did that ding any bells there at the Fusion Center? I hope so, because police states don’t just go away-add that phrase to your matrix, you will need it at FISA).
Ahhh, I am ready for my closeup, Mr. DeMille! The crazy guy on the internet sayyyys:

Early Facebook investor compares the social network to Nazi propaganda, likens its workers to Goebbels and claims it is creating a climate of ‘fear and anger’

  • Former Facebook investor warns tech giant has ‘absolved itself of responsibility’
  • Roger McNamee likened social network’s methods to Nazi propaganda chief 
  • Comes as analysts expect Facebook usage to go down in teenagers this year 

Speaking in Washington, the former investor said everyone was now ‘in one degree or another addicted’ to the site while he feared the platform was causing people to swap real relationships for phoney ones.

And he likened the techniques of the techniques of the company to Mr Bernays and Hitler’s public relations minister.

‘In order to maintain your attention they have taken all the techniques of Edward Bernays and Joseph Goebbels, and all of the other people from the world of persuasion, and all the big ad agencies, and they’ve mapped it onto an all day product with highly personalised information in order to addict you,’ Mr McNamee told The Telegraph.

Mr McNamee said Facebook was creating a culture of ‘fear and anger’. ‘We have lowered the civil discourse, people have become less civil to each other,’ he said.

Mr McNamee said the tech giant had ‘weaponised’ the First Amendment to ‘essentially absolve themselves of responsibility’. He added: ‘I say this as somebody who was there at the beginning.’
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5071913/Facebook-investor-compares-network-Nazi-propaganda.html#ixzz4yYoieRlW

 

Organized stalking and police surveillance of social media: ACLU notes that targeted 'influencers,' activists and other TI's are 'real'

Police Use of Social Media Surveillance Software is Escalating, and Activists are in the Digital Crosshairs

By: Nicole A. Ozer
Map of California, with dots marking the areas where local law enforcement has acquired social media monitoring software

It goes without saying that speaking out against police violence or government overreach shouldn’t land you in a surveillance database. But it can, and it does.

The ACLU of California has received thousands of pages of public records revealing that law enforcement agencies across the state are secretly acquiring social media spying software that can sweep activists into a web of digital surveillance.

This set of public records requests is part of our ongoing work with community groups to shine a light on surveillance technologies and call for community control in decision-making around policing. Last year, we worked with local activists in Fresno to reveal that its police department was using a MediaSonar social media surveillance tool that boasted the capacity to identify so-called “threats to public safety” by monitoring hashtags such as #BlackLivesMatter, #DontShoot, #ImUnarmed, #PoliceBrutality, and #ItsTimeforChange.

But we had a hunch that Fresno was not an isolated case.

So this summer, we requested records from 63 police departments, sheriffs, and district attorneys across California. And what we learned from the documents was alarming.

Of the responses we’ve received, 40% of the agencies (20 in total) have acquired social networking surveillance tools — many of them in the last year.

We found no evidence in the documents of any public notice, debate, community input, or lawmaker vote about use of this invasive surveillance.

And no agency produced a use policy that would limit how the tools were used and help protect civil rights and civil liberties.

The utter lack of transparency, accountability, and oversight is particularly troubling because social media surveillance software used by California law enforcement — tools like MediaSonarX1 Social Discovery, and Geofeedia — are powerful. And our records from Fresno and several other communities reveal that some have been marketed in ways to target protesters.

Our records show that Geofeedia’s marketing materials, for instance, refer to unions and activist groups as “overt threats,” and suggest the product can be used in ways that target activists of color. At least 13 California law enforcement agencies have used or acquired Geofeedia.

In one exchange with law enforcement, a company representative suggested to San Jose Police that they should use the product to surveil the “Ferguson situation,” even though the city is roughly 2,000 miles from Ferguson, Missouri. San Jose Police did in fact use Geofeedia software to monitor South Asian, Muslim, and Sikh protesters only a few days after acquiring it.

An email to the San Diego Sheriff touts a “collection” of social media content curated by Geofeedia following the non-indictment of Darren Wilson.

And yet another promotional email invites the Los Angeles District Attorney to learn how Baltimore used the software to monitor and “stay one step ahead of the rioters” after the police killing of Freddie Gray.

Law enforcement should not be using tools that treat protesters like enemies.

The racist implications of social media surveillance technology are not surprising. We know that when law enforcement gets to conceal the use of surveillance technology, they also get to conceal its misuse. Discriminatory policing that targets communities of color is unacceptable — and secretive, sophisticated surveillance technologies supersize the impact of racial profiling and abuse.

The good news is that we’ve seen that when surveillance is forced into the light, communities have the power to call out racist policing practices and stop discriminatory surveillance in its tracks.

Remember Fresno? Armed with proof of Fresno’s social media surveillance experiment, a diverse coalition of local activistsknown as Faith in the Valley successfully mobilized and organized to pressure the police to roll back their social media surveillance program. The community is now pushing to pass a surveillance technology ordinance to make sure all surveillance technologies are publicly debated.

In Oakland, community members organized against plans to build an expansive Domain Awareness Center that would have collected and stored hundreds of terabytes of data on Oakland residents. Now Oakland has a Privacy Commission that advises the City Council on surveillance decisions and is currently drafting a surveillance technology ordinance.

And in Santa Clara County, right in the heart of Silicon Valley, a diverse coalition successfully organized against plans to buy a Stingray cell phone tracker and then worked to enact a comprehensive surveillance technology ordinance that requires transparency, accountability, and oversight for all surveillance technologies.

In this spirit, a powerful coalition of national organizations is launching a multi-city legislative initiative, Community Control Over Police Surveillance (CCOPS), to introduce more local laws to bring transparency and community control to the acquisition and use of local police surveillance technologies.

Here in California, community members are working in Palo Alto, Fresno, Oakland, Berkeley, Santa Rosa, and Santa Cruz to ensure that similar laws are introduced in their cities.

Whether it’s social networking surveillance, stingrays, or something else we haven’t heard of yet — it’s time to push secret surveillance into the light.

We have the power to stop discriminatory surveillance and put control where it belongs — in the hands of the community.

Nicole Ozer is the Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director at the ACLU of California. 

Read more about community control and surveillance technology in California:

NSA spying, intelligence cults, and "meta-organized" stalking

At this point in time, we can safely say that most complaints of gang stalking involve contact at man y levels with the vast, unnaccountable, and hidden surveillance apparatus that we now know as ” the end of Constitutional Democracy” in the west.
Using multitudinous, alphabeticus intelligence agencies, and police forces across the globe, and across America, the rights and freedoms that citizens thought were guaranteed have been torn from the roots of democracy, and poisons applied to that which is left.
In America alone, the NSA theft of our data has now resulted in that data being turned over to 17 spy agencies, to do with it what they will. And as the past is the best predictor of the future, that means that the numbers of “targeted individuals” will increase exponentially and build critical mass so that many of those who claim to have been targeted in the past will now have company from many others- perhaps your own son, daughter, or significant other.
And, maybe at that point, you will remember that you were quite content to watch and do nothing as others appeared ‘crazy’ and you did nothing. And, maybe then, you too will join me in bringing awareness to this topic. Because- “first they came for the [ ________ ]and I said nothing….”
Related story: gang stalking and “electronic implants”: How the NSA, Israeli spooks, and other agencies use the words electronic “implants,”when speaking of hacking through air-gapped systems,such as the case of the Iranian nuclear program, from Ars Technica
Because, of course, all of our unfiltered, whole capture raw and unfiltered data was shared with Israel first, for the last deacdes– and of course, they would NEVER do anything bad with it, cuz, Holocaust! And zionist/dominionist religious fanatics are our friends- right? Who could possibly know more about building a better mouse trap?
Strange equivocation, that.

Law & Disorder —

NSA to share data with other agencies without “minimizing” American information

Rules opposed by civil liberties and privacy advocates.

Image: Ulrich Baumgarten / Getty Images News

On Thursday The New York Times reported that the Obama administration had recently finalized rules to give the National Security Agency (NSA) more leeway in sharing its vast trove of intercepted communications with the 15 other government agencies that make up the Intelligence Community.

Previously, agencies like the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation would have to request information on a target from the NSA. The NSA, in turn, would retrieve communications pertaining to that target and scrub the documents of information that was considered irrelevant to the search, including the names of innocent Americans—a process called “minimization.” Now, that middle step has been cut out. The agencies need only get approval from the NSA to access its data, and agents from the agencies are expected to carry out minimization on their own.As The New York Times puts it, “Essentially, the government is reducing the risk that the NSA will fail to recognize that a piece of information would be valuable to another agency, but increasing the risk that officials will see private information about innocent people.” Although the agency analysts who will have access to the NSA’s surveillance powers are directed to ignore and redact information pertaining to innocent Americans, if they see evidence of criminal acts in the data they access, they are directed to hand it over to the Justice Department.

Organized gang stalking, database abuse, Hitler, Holocaust, and IBM punch cards

Fight Gang Stalking; organized gang stalking self defense: Some in the tech industry have signed a petition and are taking a stand against the massive fraud that has been perpetrated by Google, Palantir, and other CIA linked, InQTel funded operations that destroy the most basic of human rights: the right to be left alone, in privacy; and every right that stems from that .
Here below is the petition, which over 2500 people signed in one week! Here is how you can help, and fight against this new, and horrific database abuse that leaves all of us exposed, naked against this vast bureaucracy, and targeted as individuals by unseen and unnaccountable entities.
The Petition:

Write a list of things you would never do. Because it is possible that in the next year, you will do them. —Sarah Kendzior [1]

Our pledge

We, the undersigned, are employees of tech organizations and companies based in the United States. We are engineers, designers, business executives, and others whose jobs include managing or processing data about people. We are choosing to stand in solidarity with Muslim Americans, immigrants, and all people whose lives and livelihoods are threatened by the incoming administration’s proposed data collection policies. We refuse to build a database of people based on their Constitutionally-protected religious beliefs. We refuse to facilitate mass deportations of people the government believes to be undesirable.
We have educated ourselves on the history of threats like these, and on the roles that technology and technologists played in carrying them out. We see how IBM collaborated to digitize and streamline the Holocaust, contributing to the deaths of six million Jews and millions of others. We recall the internment of Japanese Americans during the Second World War. We recognize that mass deportations precipitated the very atrocity the word genocide was created to describe: the murder of 1.5 million Armenians in Turkey. We acknowledge that genocides are not merely a relic of the distant past—among others, Tutsi Rwandans and Bosnian Muslims have been victims in our lifetimes.
Today we stand together to say: not on our watch, and never again.
We commit to the following actions:

  • We refuse to participate in the creation of databases of identifying information for the United States government to target individuals based on race, religion, or national origin.
  • We will advocate within our organizations:
    • to minimize the collection and retention of data that would facilitate ethnic or religious targeting.
    • to scale back existing datasets with unnecessary racial, ethnic, and national origin data.
    • to responsibly destroy high-risk datasets and backups.
    • to implement security and privacy best practices, in particular, for end-to-end encryption to be the default wherever possible.
    • to demand appropriate legal process should the government request that we turn over user data collected by our organization, even in small amounts.
  • If we discover misuse of data that we consider illegal or unethical in our organizations:
    • We will work with our colleagues and leaders to correct it.
    • If we cannot stop these practices, we will exercise our rights and responsibilities to speak out publicly and engage in responsible whistleblowing without endangering users.
    • If we have the authority to do so, we will use all available legal defenses to stop these practices.
    • If we do not have such authority, and our organizations force us to engage in such misuse, we will resign from our positions rather than comply.
  • We will raise awareness and ask critical questions about the responsible and fair use of data and algorithms beyond our organization and our industry.