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Bokhari: Inside the Establishment’s Effort to Control Big Tech

Power has always attracted lobbyists. Before the age of democracy, courtiers petitioned kings. As politicians took their place, lobbying firms set up camp in capital cities around the west. But as revelations of the inner workings of Facebook reveal, the digital era has brought about a new kind of king, and a new kind of courtier.

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Wired: Soros Echoes Breitbart News, Labels Facebook ‘Masters of the Universe’

Wired Magazine recently published a report detailing more a year of internal turmoil at Facebook, much of which started with condemnation by George Soros, who used Breitbart News’ term for Silicon Valley’s big tech giants, the “Masters of the Universe,” as he announced, “their days are numbered.”

Facebook aims to quell new storm over Russian efforts, lobbying

BuzzFeed: We Have ‘Absolutely No Control’ over Facebook Personal Data

A BuzzFeed journalist recently used a Facebook transparency tool to investigate the sort of companies utilizing her data for advertising, finding her personal data was “everywhere” with “no control.” BuzzFeed News reporter Katie Notopoulos recently investigated the sort of personal details that

Facebook aims to quell new storm over Russian efforts, lobbying

Bokhari: Facebook Continues to Prop Up Discredited Establishment Media

Facebook continues to establish itself as the great referee of the media, picking winners and losers, and propping up discredited establishment media sources that would otherwise naturally fade into obscurity, victims of their own conspiracy-mongering hysteria.

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 10: Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to testify before a combined Senate Judiciary and Commerce committee hearing in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill April 10, 2018 in Washington, DC. Zuckerberg, 33, was called to testify after it was reported that …

Facebook NewsFeed Will Explain Why Users See Certain Posts

Facebook is reportedly introducing a new feature to its newsfeed that will explain to users why they’re seeing certain posts, which may range from interacting with an account in the past, or that the company’s algorithm is pushing the content.

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