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Zuckerberg has learned he can ‘screw up’ and people keep using Facebook: Expert

‘The Antisocial Network’ author Ben Mezrich on meme stocks and this week’s whistleblower allegations against Facebook. #FOXBusiness

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  1. You can do what you want when you are the big dog. There is nothing really new here.

  2. they keep using it because its an ADDICITON just like CRACK cocaine!!!

  3. Well it’s a Fact -Brainwashing, Propaganda , and Complacency dictate the Sheep mentality. The socialist agenda Wins!

  4. Not me….I deleted my account!


  6. Left FB 23 months ago. Don't miss it. Z-AI is a bitter, crazy brat. Those of us who know his early years, knew this was coming. He simply has ZERO human social skills. So this is all an "orgasm" of power for Z. It's gross.

  7. keep buying and investing in stock or crypto, in the end you will enjoy your rewards. soon bitcoin will reach $100,000

  8. People are like drug addicts towards Fakebook, they know it’s bad for them but they keep going back for more

  9. No they don't only lower schooled are using it

  10. FB: "we hurt kids."
    Society: "we don't really care."

  11. Ask for forgiveness. Not permission

  12. Mark Zuckerberg is a dark soul. You can see It in his energy that surrounds him. The devil has a nice hot seat waiting for him in
    Hell right next to him when he crosses over 😆

  13. Honestly none of this matters, UNLESS the company is breaking the law/allowing things that are illegal, on their site, meaning, the definition of hate speech/things that need to be censored, is up to/defined by the individual company/property owner.

    The main thing is, the first amendment protects companies AND individuals, from the government, meaning the government can't regulate speech, BUT companies can/home owners can/speech can be regulated on private property, that could be a house/property/ Walmart,that could be a privately owned server,website or APP, ALSO each business/property owner has the right to make their own rules on their own property.

    Its not Mark Zuckerbergs/Facebooks responsibility to monitor your kids internet usage, thats the PARENTS responsibility/job,ALSO a website/company has a right to have what ever algorithms, community guidelines/user agreements/company policies, that they want, on their own site.

    Whistleblowers arent completely protected;

    Whistleblowers are required to present information and other documents that can back up their claims when filing a dispute. If it is found that they are lying, they may be subjected to criminal charges. … Whistleblower Protection does not always protect federal workers.

    A whistleblower does not have unfettered permission to take documents.  “Nothing in this subdivision shall be interpreted to prevent any law enforcement authority from bringing a civil or criminal action against any person for violating any provision of law.

    Going public, isn't always the best option either:

    Whistleblowing legislation is designed to protect people who blow the whistle in the right way, and for the right reasons. If you reveal your concerns via social media or by going to the press, you may not be entitled to receive the legal protection you'll need.

    This may also mark you as a risk/problematic employee/prevent you from getting another job in the future.

    NDAs forfeit whistleblowing eligibility and this is DEFINITELY something you need for certain things, for proprietary things, like inventions/recipes/algorithms/projects/hardware and so on.

    So whistleblowers do have their limitations and as you can see, they can also be limited/stopped all together.

  14. He has learned he doesn't want to get caught out. This needs to be split up.

  15. Yeah, everything is untouchable if your not for America or the people.

  16. Could anyone imagine becoming unplugged? What would happen if you became unplugged?
    What if you delete services from any of the social media platforms? What would they do?

  17. "Company before country." When will Zuckerberg be called on that invidious slogan?

  18. They are only using FB to spy on you and profile you and your family .

  19. There's probably spells on people to keep using fb

  20. We know, but we do not care just how addictive technology is. We will never honestly know the repercussions of enabling the addictions to cultivate and thrive.

  21. F💩CK Facebook 🤥🤮🦠👎👅💩💩🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳🖕🏻🖕🏻🖕🏻🦠🦠🦠🦠

  22. Thanks to Neil to never aging in time or understanding

  23. I don't have a FB account and I have no plans on getting one. I encourage everyone to get off FB, Twitter and all social media. It's not reality and causes more drama than it's worth. Take their power over us away by staying off their sites.

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