Deplatformed again, huh? Maybe take the hint A US federal district judge has turned down Parler's request for a preliminary injunction to force Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host the social network, which is dominated by hate-and-misinformation-spewing netizens cast out or shooed away from other platforms.…
Small-biz campaign tugs at heart strings, inadvertently promotes how iGiant is improving privacy Updated  Facebook is running full-page ads in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post today stating that Apple's privacy permissions overhaul in iOS 14 will be allegedly "devastating to small businesses."…
Just imagine how much easier it will be to sell your data... sorry, find, connect, and play with friends Facebook will force users of its Oculus VR headset to sign up for and log into the antisocial network.…
We can’t forget about the know-it-alls, the stalkers, and the ones who are just genuinely funny.According to Time, “Sadism means delighting in the harm of others, psychopathy is an antisocial personality disorder, and Machiavellianism means a person’s tendency to be unemotional and deceitful.”In a previous study, Buckels stated, "These people aren't necessarily serial killers or sexual deviants but they gain some emotional benefit in causing or simply observing others' suffering."According to a recent study of 1,125 adults conducted by YouGov, “28 percent percent of Americans admitted (to) malicious online activity directed at somebody they didn’t know.” That means more than one-quarter of Americans could be classified as Internet trolls.The survey also discovered that “(23 percent) admit to having maliciously argued over an opinion with a stranger, while 23 percent have maliciously argued over facts and 12 percent admit to making deliberately controversial statements.”You should focus your energy elsewhere.
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