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There's an interesting post which has appeared on the world's fourth-largest social media platform, Reddit, in which a Redditor going by the name of /u/think comp claims that he warmed Mark Zuckerberg back in 2005 of Facebook's Cambridge Analytica-style flaw, only to be ignored by the tech titan at the time.
What makes this more interesting? The user /u/think the comp is actually Aaron J. Greenspan, one of the three Harvard classmates of Mark Zuckerberg, who have long since claimed that Zuckerberg not only stole their intellectual property rights in the creation of Facebook but that they themselves were the origin of the platform.
Everyone knows the story, because even Hollywood made an award-winning film about the tale titled “The Social Network,” which at the 83rd Academy Awards, the film received eight nominations, including for Best Picture, Best Director for Fincher, and Best Actor for Eisenberg, and won three; Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Score, and Best Film Editing.
Since then, Mark Zuckerberg has become either one of the most vilified men in the planet, or a hero, dependent solely upon your ideology and which spectrum of the political arena you tend to lean towards.
Unsurprising, the liberal-haven of Reddit, where Greenspan chose to post this announcement, previously banned him from the platform during an<a href="https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/71uva5/iama_classmate_of_mark_zuckerberg_who_created_the/?ref=share&ref_source=link"> AMA (Ask Me Anything) session </a>in 2017, after the website removed his discussion in what appears to be an attempt to censor the truth, a common theme from Reddit.
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For those who don't use Reddit, it's the epitome of Communism, with widespread censorship of Conservatives and Trump supporters, even having the CEO and founder of the website once going into pro-Donald Trump discussions and editing comments by Trump Supporters, without their knowledge or permission, to meddle in the election.
It's a terrible place unless you're a Communist, which by all means you're given a warm welcome if you post, you should probably avoid visiting that website in general.
That being said, the<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/20037-Facebook-Controversial-Data-Mining-Extends-Beyond-Users"> allegations against Mark Zuckerberg </a>only continue to pile up, and the absolute thunderstorm which has gathered over the company has since plummeted their stock, and brought about widespread calls on social media to<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/21112-WhatsApp-Co-Founder-Urges-DeleteFacebook"> “delete Facebook,” </a>and abandon the world's largest social media platform entirely.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Mark, just now on CNN: "I'm used to when people legally certify that they're going to do something, they do it." That's odd: Mark legally certified that he and Facebook would publicize my settlement "consistent with company policy for press releases." That's not what happened. <a href="https://t.co/EZgVWsKn7d">pic.twitter.com/EZgVWsKn7d</a></p>— Aaron Greenspan (@AaronGreenspan) <a href="https://twitter.com/AaronGreenspan/status/976628685024280577?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">March 22, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
Even Elon Musk, of SpaceX and Tesla, has stated he will be<a href="http://www.thegoldwater.com/news/21363-Zuckerberg-Loses-More-Friends-As-Tesla-And-SpaceX-Join-DeleteFacebook"> deleting the Facebook page for SpaceX </a>after the Cambridge Analytica leak.
The scandals surrounding Zuckerberg have been epic, and potentially even of a criminal Magnitude, after a recent admission from the Obama Campaign that Facebook handed over user data during the 2012 election, meaning that they not only meddle in the nation's democratic electoral process but that the platform itself could have assisted in voter fraud, being that they have the driver's licenses and identification cards of countless millions of American citizens.
Greenspan also claims he wrote an Op-Ed about Mark Zuckerberg’s behavior, as a sociopath, and connecting his meddling efforts in the election directly to the Kremlin, back in August of 2017, long before the scandal exploded into what it is today.
Unironically, the New York Times rejected publishing of that Op-Ed, according to Greenspan, but as you can see above, Huffington Post gave the green light to publish.
Excerpts from the Huffington Post editorial by Aaron Greenspan:
<blockquote>”Each day, we learn another tiny detail about Russia’s influence on the 2016 presidential election. The most recent: that despite Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s strong initial denial, his company sold targeted advertising services to an obvious proxy for Russian intelligence.”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”Even in the midst of unprecedented informational chaos, this caught my attention for two reasons. First, Mark is positioning himself to run for President in 2020. Second, I know Mark, and I have a clear position on him.”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”Mark Zuckerberg is a sociopath. ”</blockquote>
We know that this is correct, that Mark Zuckerberg meddle in the 2016 elections, which clearly the mainstream media, even the failing New York Times, have tried to censor.
In fact, The Goldwater published this story in September of 2017, when the mainstream media tried to sweep it under the rug. The headline:<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/8469-Since-Mark-Zuckerberg-Sold-Ads-to-Russia-to-Influence-US-Election-Doesn-t-That-Make-Him-A-Criminal"> “Since Mark Zuckerberg Sold Ads to Russia to Influence US Election, Doesn't That Make Him A Criminal?” </a>
That's an important question, that should undoubtedly be asked. How is this not treason from Zuckerberg and Facebook? The website admitted to doing so, and as recent reports suggest, Zuckerberg and Facebook may use algorithms to target a specific group of Americans on a crucial election day and display advertisements that would encourage them to turn out and vote for liberal, thus having the potential to shift the outcome of an election due to the powerful reach of Facebook.
It's somewhat terrifying, and the fact that the Federal Election Commission has yet to investigate these claims is quite disturbing.
We do know that Mark Zuckerberg will soon be appearing before Congress to testify, which is earth-shattering news, and music to the ears of those like Greenspan who see it as a sort of poetic justice in return for the abuse and theft of their creation suffered at the hands of Zuckerberg. Karma is very real, and again it's finally being given back to Zuckerberg.
Below is the timeline of events of Think Computer Corporation (Greenspan’s company) in their lawsuit against Facebook, and although it's dating from 2003 to 2009, it ends with the settlement awarded to Greenspan and Thinks, furthermore confirming his initial claims.
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With Greenspan having warned Zuckerberg of the downfall of his company, which was inevitable due to the ignorance pursued by Mark Zuckerberg in failing to acknowledge the flaws of such actions, it brings about numerous questions as to what else Facebook may have done during its crime-spree of invading the privacy rights of Americans.
One of the most crucial and dangerous aspects of modern technology is the threat to American citizen's privacy, which is clearly no longer valued by “Big Tech,’ albeit Facebook exclusively.
The platform has an enormous database, where they demand their users submit personal information such as photographs of themselves or their driver's licenses as we mentioned earlier, and it seems that despite the claims that those files are deleted from their servers, they're potentially both selling that information and using it to accomplish a political agenda.
Most people don't realize just how threatening that actually is, both to National Security and to the security of American families, which is a huge problem.
Your identity is unique, and having specific biometrics such as your face, iris, identification cards, or what have you, gives those in possession an enormous advantageous power in the manipulation of an election, for example.
Let's discuss the momentarily, with an example that showcases how such information could be used illicitly.
We know that electronic voting machines are subject to fraud, hacking, and rigging.
We know that those machines have a database of registered voters as well, or at minimal the polling locations due, even if there's a paper ballot, whereas in many states you must show an ID and sign in to vote.
It's an unorganized and outdated mess honestly.
Let's say that there was a race for the Presidency, and just threw candidates, a Republican, a Democrat, and an Independent.
Let's say there are 140 million registered voters.
Now let's say that 50 million voted for the Republican, and 50 million voted for the Democrat. Let's also suggest that 5 million voted for the Independent.
That's 105 million votes, meaning 35 million didn't show up and were in an essential tie.
Now, many of those machines are owned and operated by groups that have a liberal bias, even with there being ties to George Soros with some machines.
We also know now, that Facebook gave data on millions of Americans to the Obama for America campaign, in other words, the Democrats.
Director of Integration and Media Analytics for Obama for America, Carol Davidsen,<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/20964-Obama-Admin-Official-Facebook-Allowed-Us-To-Datamine-Because-They-Were-On-Our-Side"> confessed that Facebook assisted the Democrats </a>in their 2012 campaign for Obama's reelection.
Let's say that the Democratic Party had access to the driver's licenses which Facebook has in its database, and let's say that 10 million of those people didn't show up to vote in the election.
Is it not plausible that the Democratic Party, via using those driver's licenses and their close ties to the Globalists who own the polling machines, could then lie and add an additional several million votes to their tally, thus breaking the tie, and winning the election?
This is, of course, a hypothetical, but one that's not by any means far-fetched when we know that Democrats often cheat through either voter suppression or bussing on voters who aren't from a district or state, even sometimes using illegal aliens. One could even suggest that the illegal aliens are given the IDs of those Americans from the Facebook database to cheat.
With all of the reports of election meddling and voter fraud in recent elections, how many, if any of those elections have you witnessed being investigated by federal authorities? None? Not many, that's for certain.
So what Greenspan's warning to Mark Zuckerberg was key to eventually unraveling the company, and now exposing Facebook entirely.
We've now learned so much about the levels of corruption engaged in within the company, and their inability to prevent themselves from holding a bias, that none of the hypothetical mentioned above would be shocking if we learned they actually happened.
We also know of the numerous allegations of Facebook ignoring the actions of international child pornography rings which existed on their platform, so to add salt into their wounds, they're now known as a data mining threat to the American people, who also protect pedophiles and allow the spread of child pornography on their platform.
That's a public relations nightmare, and there may not be any recovery from those actions, or inactions, to be blunt, in removing the illicit materials from their platform when they have no problem instantly censoring and banning Conservatives, creating an additional punitive public relations disaster all to itself.
Even more interesting that recent polls suggest that the use of advertising on Facebook hasn't swayed opinions in the first place, meaning that if these claims are true, Zuckerberg allowed his company to be destroyed for no return.
Certainly, Americans and most of the globe will<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/21497-Trust-In-Facebook-Is-Going-Down-Despite-Their-Ads-To-Apologize#21516"> never trust Facebook </a>again, if they didn't already have reservations.
Steve Bannon even suggested that<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/21421-Bannon-Facebook-Writes-Algorithms-That-Control-Your-Life-Video"> “Facebook writes Algorithms which control your life,” </a>which is no doubt the desire of the globalist billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, to have complete control.
It's worrisome what's happening with<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/19782-Right-CENSORED-by-Big-Tech-Why-We-Must-Defeat-Them"> Big Tech,” </a>in a sort of skynet, terminator-style, 1984-like means or digital oppression, as well as suppression, that's not only threatened the privacy of the American people and the entire globe, but the First Amendment in America, the integrity of the elections in our Constitutional Republic, unwittingly assisting foreign governments in both espionage and potential treason, as well as possibly meddling in our elections through assisting in a conspiracy to commit voter fraud.
The scandals are undoubtedly the largest breach of privacy in American history and should bring about numerous Congressional hearings as well as criminal charges, that is if we had a legitimate justice system in the United States of America.
More importantly, it's awakened tens of millions if not hundreds of millions of Americans to the threat posed by “Big Tech,” where were in a literal war for survival against giant conglomerates who feel as if they're going to decide our opinions, and what's best for us, instead of us living in an open and free society.
For that <i>”Great Awakening,”</i> we should thank them.
Thanks, Facebook. You repelled the entire world, unintentionally, and now they're demanding an<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/20954-The-Internet-Bill-of-Rights-Petitioning-the-White-House"> Internet Bill of Rights </a>as a result. Great work.
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