Listen to Professor Eliezer Ben-Joseph speaking with callers and speaking about many topics. Professor Eliezer Ben-Joseph is a Traditional Naturopath, with many years of experience and knowledge. Listen as he answers a wide variety of questions.
While sitting before the Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees earlier this year to answer questions about his company’s alleged involvement in illegal spying and tracking of users, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked something along the lines of: do you have the ability to basically “listen” to what your users do outside of the social media platform?
While Facebook is publicly claiming it has cleaned up its act and is carefully screening all things political so as to ensure there are no shenanigans or dishonesty taking place on its platform ahead of the 2018 midterms, Vice News reports that the company’s efforts are falling flat.
When describing the cultural impact of social media, to call it “phenomenal” would be an understatement. But is the overuse of social networking sites like Facebook on par with the use of physically addictive and/or mind-altering substances?
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is set to call upon AG Jeff Sessions to break up the Big Tech monopoly. Will Silicon Valley’s stronghold on the internet finally come to an end?
Not that anyone ever really used it anyway, but social networking site Google Plus is officially going the way of the dodo bird after it was revealed that private data on hundreds of thousands of users was leaked due to a “bug.”
Conservative journalist Laura Loomer is the latest Facebook victim.
In what appears to be a shocking about-face, media giant The New York Times has come out in opposition to Mark Zuckerberg’s ongoing attempts to police the news content being spread by users via his Facebook platform.
Under the guise of convenience, it seems we’ve all been inviting Big Brother into our homes (and our pocket and purses) with open arms.
Jason Howerton, October 12, 2015
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (TheBlaze/AP) — The president of the Olive Garden restaurant chain has apologized to a Kansas City police officer after a restaurant employee asked him to leave because he was armed.