VIDEO – Tucker Takes the Election Fraud Red Pill: Zuckerberg Ran The Elections – It’s starting to unravel!

Tucker Carlson spent more than an hour interviewing Special Counsel Mike Gableman about his investigation (https://t.me/LibertyOverwatchChannel/6582) into the Wisconsin 2020 election.

“You probably thought the government ran elections,” Tucker said after swallowing his giant election fraud red pill. “You didn’t imagine that Mark Zuckerberg (https://t.me/LibertyOverwatchChannel/6570), a billionaire, would run our elections.

That doesn’t sound like democracy, that sounds like oligarchy. But that’s exactly what happened.”

“There was an ENORMOUS amount of FRAUD. We haven’t spent a lot of time on the 2020 election, but the more you dig into it… you will be shocked,” Tucker concluded.

Zuckerberg warns Facebook Messenger users – ‘don’t screen grab your chats’

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced updates to the Facebook Messenger service that will notify users when others take screenshots of their disappearing messages.
Facebook is only just catching up on the disappearing message function – US users can use it, with Europeans set to experience it in the coming weeks – as it scrambles to tackle security and free speech concerns.
Not like Facebook to grab anything off your screen!

‘META-RAPE’: Woman alleges virtual sexual assault in Horizon Worlds..

A UK woman has alleged four male characters “virtually gang raped” her avatar within 60 seconds of joining Zuckerberg’s ‘Meta’s Horizon Worlds’ , who she claims told her, “Don’t pretend you don’t love it.”
Nina Jane Patel – VP of Metaverse Research for Kabuni Ventures – was inundated with comments to her blog post revelations calling it a “desperate cry for attention.”
Cyber legal expert Joseph Jones added it was unlikely she had a strong case for harassment given the difficulty in tracking down the real-life people.

 

 

Rumble.com is now more arrogant than YouTube And Meta…

Rumble.com Careers, Funding, and Management Team | AngelList

Has the success of Rumble turned ‘TEAM RUMBLE’ – the management of the company to become arrogant unforgiving?

YEP!

By deleting a subscribers account because JUST ONE of their channels showed a video that may have of breached the DCMA copyright act.

THE POSTED VIDEO WAS ALREADY APPROVED AND ALLOWED BY MANAGEMENT!

  • Rumble gives no opportunity for the account holder to delete the video in question that may of breached the copyright act.
  • Rumble will not respond to any replies that show cause before account deletion, although ‘Team Rumble’ invites the account holder to do so….

 

 

How to blur your house on Google Street View, and why you should!

Staying cool in Brooklyn.
Credit: Screenshot / Street View
A little privacy goes a long way.
https://mashable.com/
Google Street View offers up a window to the world in all its bizarre, intimate, and often raw glory. That window just so happens to peek into your home, as well. What that peek reveals may be more than you’ve bargained for — think views into bedroom windows, potential fodder for stalkers, and more.

Continue reading “How to blur your house on Google Street View, and why you should!”

France Fines Google, Facebook US$238 Million Over Privacy Violating Tracking Cookies

Tracking Cookies

The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), France’s data protection watchdog, has slapped Facebook (now Meta Platforms) and Google with fines of €150 million ($170 million) and €60 million ($68 million) for violating E.U. privacy rules by failing to provide users with an easy option to reject cookie tracking technology.

Article: https://thehackernews.com/2022/01/france-fines-google-facebook

Telegram Becomes Fastest Growing App of 2021

RT:

Telegram’s creator Pavel Durov (https://t.me/durov/173) revealed the news on his channel Tuesday – the platform receiving the greatest number of active users among all other mobile apps in the world in 2021, based on data by Appannie.

Durov himself attributed Telegram’s success to users “choosing privacy” among the notable shifts in content moderation and privacy policies that many social media giants implemented this year.

During times that challenge your right to privacy, keep calling out Big Tech crackdowns with RT News – right here on Telegram.

How hackers steal money online – Website Cloning – [VIDEO]

Anamika learned about it the hard way.

She thought she was renting an apartment on Airbnb. Unfortunately, scammers tricked her into using a fake website and paying twice for a phoney apartment. As a result, she lost more than $4,000 and trust in online payments.

What Anamika fell for was a social engineering trick.

Such methods exploit human psychology to manipulate and lure unsuspecting users.

Learn more about fraudsters’ cruel ways and how to keep your money away from them in the new episode:

Watch Here: https://rumble.com/vpt34r-how-hackers-steal-money-online-website-cloning.html?mref=6zof&mrefc=4

Facebook remains the No. 1 social network for disinformation; Organized propaganda campaigns were found on the platform in 56 countries.

An office that Facebook set up in Dublin to monitor misuse of the platform. Oxford researchers said the company’s efforts were not enough to curb disinformation campaigns.

In Vietnam, citizens were enlisted to post pro-government messages on their personal Facebook pages. The Guatemalan government used hacked and stolen social media accounts to silence dissenting opinions. Ethiopia’s ruling party hired people to influence social media conversations in its favor.

Despite increased efforts by internet platforms like Facebook to combat internet disinformation, the use of the techniques by governments around the world is growing, according to a report released Thursday by researchers at Oxford University. Governments are spreading disinformation to discredit political opponents, bury opposing views and interfere in foreign affairs.

The researchers compiled information from news organizations, civil society groups and governments to create one of the most comprehensive inventories of disinformation practices by governments around the world. They found that the number of countries with political disinformation campaigns more than doubled to 70 in the last two years, with evidence of at least one political party or government entity in each of those countries engaging in social media manipulation.

In addition, Facebook remains the No. 1 social network for disinformation, the report said. Organized propaganda campaigns were found on the platform in 56 countries.

Read Full Story Here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/26/technology/government-disinformation-cyber-troops.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share

 

Google admits ‘language experts’ listen to ‘some’ assistant recordings

Outsourced spying: Google admits ‘language experts’ listen to ‘some’ assistant recordings

Google’s smart speakers are recording users when they least expect it, according to temp worker language experts hired by the company to listen to the snippets – which include some of users’ most private moments.

Google is able to claim it does not listen to the recordings Google Home devices are constantly generating only because it contracts the job out to temp workers. These “language experts,” as they are called, use a collaborative system built by the company to share and analyze sound snippets, assisting Google’s AI assistant in deciphering the nuances of human speech.

While Google emphasizes that it anonymizes the snippets, replacing the user’s name with a serial number, Belgian broadcaster VRT found that matching a voice snippet with its owner was not very difficult, given the ample supply of addresses and sensitive information found on the recordings they were given. They listened to over 1,000 excerpts supplied by a Dutch contractor and discovered that more than 15 percent of them – 153 recordings in all – were recorded without the user’s knowledge.

Full story: https://www.rt.com/news/463970-google-home-assistant-eavesdropping/

Facebook to be fined $US5 billion for privacy violations…

The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a roughly $US5 billion ($7.1 billion) settlement with Facebook over its investigation into the social media company’s handling of user data, a source familiar with the situation has told Reuters.

Key points:

  • Penalty criticised as “a Christmas present five months early” for Facebook
  • The settlement would be the largest civil penalty ever paid to the agency
  • Source tells Reuters a final announcement on the settlement could come as early as next week

The FTC has been investigating allegations Facebook inappropriately shared information belonging to 87 million users with the now-defunct British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.

The probe had focused on whether the data sharing violated a 2011 consent agreement between Facebook and the regulator.

Investors cheered news of the deal and pushed Facebook shares up 1.8 per cent, while several powerful Democratic politicians in Washington condemned the proposed penalty as inadequate.

The FTC is expected to include in the settlement other restrictions on how Facebook treats user privacy, according to the Wall Street Journal, which also said that the agency vote was along party lines, with three Republicans voting to approve it and two Democrats opposed.

Full story: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-13/facebook-5-billion-dollar-fine-cambridge-analytica-privacy/11306324