In one of the most devastating acts of destruction of its own credibility, Facebook engaged in yet more censorship of Free Speech with the suspending of an account that posted a photo of children rallying against Monsanto during today’s global March Against Monsanto.
By: Paul Joseph Watson
Facebook is suspending user accounts that question the official narrative behind the Sandy Hook school massacre, following a warning by Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance that “misinformation” posted on social media sites could result in prosecution.
Meanwhile the Pope started tweeting with its expensive i-Pad, a UNICEF progress report says that more than 850,000 children are expected to have received life-saving treatment for severe acute malnutrition across nine countries in the Sahel region during the course of 2012.
Facebook’s share price dipped below $20 on Thursday after reporting slowing growth and an admission of an alarming number of fake accounts.
NEW YORK – Facebook flies to debut on Nasdaq, with the titles in the first minutes gained 10-11%. In the first 30 seconds were trading 82 million shares. The title of the social network began trading at $ 42.05 per share, plus the $ 38 IPO. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq is having problems in providing trade execution messages on Facebook securities.
As revealed by the Electronic Privacy Information Center, everything posted on Facebook or Twitter can ‘become subject to review by the Ministry of National Defense, which and’ seeking ‘topics of interest’ or words that may be considered ‘bad’. In the list of the words ‘bad’ are those involving finite categories ranging from internal security, hazardous material, violence in the southern border, federal agencies, terrorism, disaster, disasters and cyber security as well as infrastructure. General Dynamic, the company has signed a contract with the Pentagon, watching this, and they can be interesting if the survey report to the military what risks there may be in post on Facebook or tweet on Twitter typed by Americans. The claim of infringement of privacy of citizens would have little legal basis of victory, said an expert on CNN, Dean Obeidallah, a former lawyer, as the Facebook or Twitter what are essentially public, and therefore not covered by special legal protection.