No real clue, I only signed up last year to get in touch with an old friend I lost contact with.
You still live in an alternate reality, Bel...[...]Or, like you, ignore -- like an ostrich sticking its head in the sand. (Does that really happen? If you opine, where did you get your information/verification? )
The company said $100,000 (£77,000) was spent on about 3,000 ads over a two-year period, ending in May 2017.The ads did not back any political figures specifically, but instead posted on topics including immigration, race and equal rights.[...]The advertisements directed users towards around 470 accounts that spread false information or were otherwise in breach of Facebook's terms and conditions, the site said."The ads and accounts appeared to focus on amplifying divisive social and political messages across the ideological spectrum," the company said in a blog post published on Wednesday.The company said it believed, but could not independently confirm, that the accounts were created by the so-called Internet Research Agency, a St Petersburg-based group known for posting pro-Kremlin messages on social media.
"The ads and accounts appeared to focus on amplifying divisive social and political messages across the ideological spectrum, [...]"
Quote from: ersi on 2017-09-07, 01:38:03"The ads and accounts appeared to focus on amplifying divisive social and political messages across the ideological spectrum, [...]"Like Russia/USSR never did such things before...
This is the guy you voted for. Tell me he is not spouting divisive messages. Is Putin paying him or is Trump doing it for free?
Best wishes and good luck with your choices.
There's two things that really irritate me in this brave new world, facebook and tatoos.
Tattos are the demonstration of an empty soul and an irrelevant body.These days something proper of the lower classes.
Originally filed in April 2016, the class action lawsuit seeks to block Zuckerberg's plan to reclassify Facebook's stock structure and create a new class of non-voting shares. The proposed issuing of non-voting, Class-C shares would concentrate Zuckerberg's majority voting rights even as he sells his holdings over time to fund his philanthropic efforts.So far, the lawsuit's discovery process has surfaced controversial text messages between Zuckerberg and Facebook board member Marc Andreessen, who the plaintiffs have accused of surreptitiously coaching Zuckerberg through a negotiation process with a special committee to win board approval for the stock change.
Still archaic and medieval at least.
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