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Preposterous

It should be no surprise that I subscribe to / “follow” people who might be blocked by current social media policies. This comment about a temporary ban on Facebook was interesting: Exactly those two points are interesting. Did she get … Continue reading

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Can anyone spot the missing category?

Not mine, but someone else received this not-very-nice message from Zoom: Their “Community Standards” page reads, in part, We believe that hateful conduct is conduct that promotes violence against or directly attacks or threatens other people on the basis of … Continue reading

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Statsministeren på Facebook

OPDATERING: Jeg tog fejl i nedenstående – forudsat man går igennem accepten af de cookies som Facebook som kræver. — Jeg synes ikke det er korrekt at Statsministeren, i sin funktion som netop Statsminister, skriver til befolkningen på Facebook. Så … Continue reading

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Facebook and video games

A quote from someone, who is obviously a lot younger than I: Facebook has done to our parents, Boomers, and elderly what they said video games would do to us. That doesn’t make it any less true, especially after a … Continue reading

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More than 10 years of blogging

Well, September 1st passed and I could have celebrated 10 years of blogging by then, at least 10 years on this blog. This is the first blog I started that I actually managed to keep going and at 10 years, … Continue reading

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The Zuck Doctrine of management

The Zuck Doctrine of management is push to the extreme, see what you can get away with, and then apologize and try to shift attention elsewhere. — Om Malik Also, why haven’t you deleted your Facebook account?       … Continue reading

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The other side of the conspiracy

From Marcus Hutchins comes this: Imagine what a plot twist it’d be if it turned out Bill Gates wasn’t trying to inject people with tracking chips, and actually the tracking chip was in the social media app those people were … Continue reading

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A little too prescient

Paul Ford, in November 2014: Huh. Can you imagine Facebook social sharing in the face of a genuine pandemic? They’ve created a perfect deadly-misinformation engine. Fast forward to this year and conspiracy theory video “Plandemic” that spread to millions on … Continue reading

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Facebook PR vs. reality

The illustration was meant as a joke, but is it?

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It isn’t surveillance capitalism

I hear people complain about surveillance capitalism, corporations buying and selling personal and private information about people en masse, but I think this is a misunderstanding that will stop us from solving the problem. A story about someone looking through … Continue reading

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