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Mung Dung Cum Tung
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March 18 2018 6:46 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
that's not true. you haven't woken up.

you've been in a coma for the past two years.

you think you're posting a tweet every time they change the colostomy bag.
Moshe Dayan
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March 21 2018 8:41 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Moshe Dayan


"receipts, invoices, emails, legal letters – records that showed how the profiles of more than 50 million Facebook users had been harvested. Most damning of all, he had a letter from Facebook’s own lawyers admitting that Cambridge Analytica had acquired the data"

Targets for these ads were likely provided by secondary instruments researching political preferences and demographics. The American data analysis firm Cambridge Analytica, already well known for the role it played in President Trump's election campaign, provided intricate data on the thoughts of American voters.

University of Cambridge Professor Aleksandr Kogan, who designed a personality testing Facebook app called thisisyourdigitallife in November 2013 for the Facebook platform, asked users for permission to access their profile information - and also that of their 'friends' lists.

It is alleged that Mr Kogan then sold that data to Cambridge Analytica where it was processed further and passed on to agents of Russian troll farms.

Kogan was teaching at the St. Petersburg State University in Russia and receiving Russian government grants for social media research at the same time he worked with Cambridge Analytica, but has not disclosed this information publicly.

A whistleblower who worked at Cambridge Analytica spoke to The Guardian, claiming that he worked with Mr Kogan "to harvest millions of people's profiles."

"We exploited Facebook... and built models to exploit what we knew about them and target their inner demons. That was the basis the entire company was built on," he said.

On Twitter, as on Facebook, Russian fingerprints are on hundreds or thousands of fake accounts that regularly posted anti-Clinton messages. Many were automated Twitter accounts, called bots, that sometimes fired off identical messages seconds apart — and in the exact alphabetical order of their made-up names, according to the FireEye researchers. On Election Day, for instance, they found that one group of Twitter bots sent out the hashtag #WarAgainstDemocrats more than 1,700 times.

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Dong Johnson
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April 7 2018 6:44 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Long Dong Silver
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April 8 2018 11:08 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
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