Large corporations usually have robust market research divisions filled with thinkers and analysts who busy themselves daily trying to figure out how to stay ahead of their competition by anticipating consumer, business, and economic trends.
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?
Many on the left who are fawning over the absolute destruction of free speech online, particularly with social media, are trying to justify their support of this totalitarian movement by claiming that Facebook, Google, and many others are “private companies” that can censor at will.
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.
Just when we think that the Obama administration couldn’t get any more corrupt than it was, we learn new information that proves us wrong.
Will Congress act decisively to end unconstitutional executive branch overreach?