“The advantages were that we controlled the data and privacy, we got to keep spammers and trolls out, and we got to decide the rules.”
As part of Facebook’s “war on fake news,” this new feature allows sophisticated algorithms to decide which users fall in line with the company’s own private view on ethics and credibility, potentially creating even more problems with distribution and shadow banning.
“We are not interested in talking to you about your traffic and referrals anymore. That is the old world and there is no going back”
The developers say that RF-Pose could be used by healthcare practitioners to monitor diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and Parkinson’s. However, the technology has been a call to concern for privacy advocates.
According to the social media giant, the Trending feed has become “less and less useful” as it only accounts for less than 1.5% of clicks to news outlets and was only available in 5 countries. Instead, they tout the addition of more labeling of news articles as “Breaking News”, “Today In”, and “News Video” from “trustworthy and quality sources.”
As part of an ongoing research and development venture, a project called Building 8 was created to develop technology “in the style of DARPA.”
According to CBS, social media giants are “looking for ways to regulate” altered video.
Microchipping may will be mandatory for those who wish to work, buy food and get housing.
It goes without saying that this agenda to microchip the human race has little to do with safety and much to do with control.
The authors of this study firmly believe that there are clear and linear links between depression and the use of social media.
Results of these cases could be the deciding factor for years to come on whether large tech companies can take our biometric data without our permission.