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  1. Bill Meyer Yeah. It feels liberating.

    The Cambridge Analytics story is truly harrowing, and it is still unfolding. This is turning out far darker than anyone could have ever imagined. Mass manipulation on a large scale.

    Unfortunately, I don’t think a handful of deactivations or deletions will leave a mark – since most people are so set in their ways of just ignoring whatever Zuck does to them and their data, that only a few will do the same.

    The internet was supposed to help people become informed. Instead, we have let it become a source of misinformation, driven by the capital of those that always crave more and will stop at nothing to get it.

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