Author Topic: So sad too bad...social media stock collapse...big kudos to censorship blowback  (Read 358 times)

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https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/26/facebook-on-pace-for-biggest-one-day-loss-in-value-for-any-company-sin.html

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/27/twitter-earnings-q2-2018.html

Banning non-progs, censoring them, bullying them...shadow-banning them...no surprise their ranks are thinning to radical leftist echo-chamber levels.

ETA - They even admit it in a leftarded upside-down way.

https://www.weaselzippers.us/392008-facebook-admits-to-blocking-pro-gun-campaign-ad/

PS-I heard/read somewhere that if not for the Pentagon dropping something called Logbook (or something like that) Facebook might not have ever gotten off the ground...can't seem to find that anywhere...supposed to have been a way for people to stay in touch with service members...seems the history has been purged.  Anybody else hear of this?
« Last Edit: July 27, 2018, 12:18:22 PM by Libertas »
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I don't know about logbook, but there have been versions of Facebook before Facebook.  For whatever reason, Friendster folded and Facebook became the standard.  Look for alternatives to start springing up.

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I don't know about logbook, but there have been versions of Facebook before Facebook.  For whatever reason, Friendster folded and Facebook became the standard.  Look for alternatives to start springing up.

Wasn't MySpace one of the earlier phases?
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Myspace is still around, although few actually use it anymore.  Kind of like stumbling across someone's web page that's a geocities style.