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Are people quitting facebook in droves?

Are people quitting facebook in droves?

It’s hard to say, but according to the article, 11 million people in the U.K., and U.S. alone quit facebook, due to privacy fears, and shallow conversations.

Now since I don’t use facebook myself, it’s hard to know if the conversations, are shallow, but I have have heard concerns, about privacy fears, and I can see that, that’s likely where this is going. As good as facebook is, and Mr Zuckerbergs intensions to get the planet online, are not the incorrect things, it might be time to take a moment and reflect on facebook, does the service still do it for you? Is it still all that you thought it would be, if there are readers of mine out there, that do actually use facebook.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2423713/Facebook-users-committing-virtual-identity-suicide-quitting-site-droves-privacy-addiction-fears.html#ixzz2fCIXpqxa

Facebook users are committing ‘virtual identity suicide’ and quitting the site in droves over privacy and addiction fears

Reports claim Facebook recently lost 11 million users in the U.S and UK
The majority of people quitting the site blamed concerns over privacy
Other reasons included fear of addiction, and shallow conversations

By Victoria Woollaston

Increasing numbers are taking part in what’s been dubbed ‘virtual identity suicide’ and deleting their accounts.

Virtual Identity Suicide, that’s so harsh, but maybe the privacy fears, are due to having to give up the cell phone, number, before being eligible to use the service, the face of all your friends, scanned and banned, or rather allegedly cataloged to use the service, or the fact that, the police openly admit, in articles to using facebook, when they want to catch someone?
Mayhaps those are some of the situations that are sparking fears, far be it from me to say.

Reasons for quitting Facebook were mainly privacy concerns (48.3 per cent), followed by a general dissatisfaction (13.5 per cent), negative aspects of online friends (12.6 per cent) and the feeling of getting addicted (6.0 per cent).

Well that’s a break down of the stats, happy facebooking, or interneting, if it’s yours’ or mine, look into it.

(The Family Unit.)
The F.U.

September 18, 2013 Posted by | activism, Awareness | , , , | Leave a comment

“Internet of Things”

“Internet of Things”

How many targets are there online?

I keep seeing some really inflated numbers. Now you will get to meet more targets online than you do offline, but if you really believe the majority of people online are targets then you would be wrong.

A lot of these groups, sites, blogs, and posters are citizen informants. Their goals are at times to find out things like the identity of targets, which cities they live in, and other details. They keep the illusion going, and most importantly they ensure that nothing real get’s done. They waste the time of real targets.

Many of them are good at pretending to be real targets, real orgainzations, and when called out they fake shock, and aw, oh but I am a real target, how could you say that, and on it goes. They form these interconnected networks and most times support themselves, promote themselves, and the worst thing they do is suck up the resources that should go to legitimate organization. Thus ensuring legit sites suffer, while their parasitic intellegnce opperations florish. I have seen this across many parts of the internet, not just within the Targeted Individual community, but with other communities. They also waste the time of genuine activists. Some of them use to be real targets and now they are working a double agenda, or just working for the other side.

I don’t know what the true numbers are, of real targets vs fake shrills pretending to be targets, but 90-95% of the sites, blogs, initiatives are fake, and were there to ensure that only specific information came to light, or that if something significant happens, or the movement progresses, they take credit for it without doing anything. Watching how this works across the board is annoying, but it’s the people that make it work so what can you do.

From what I have seen people would rather be a part of a group initiative, even if it’s something they know is fake, rather than be off by themselves, or part of something that is not being portrayed as grand. From what I can see it works everytime, and across the board the shrill money making, resource sucking opperations are taking over, while the legit sites are falling by the way side.

Even outside of activsm and online movements, you have large name companies that are taking over, the very search engines used are controlled. Ensuring that specific terms are blacklisted out, hard to find, or that some results just never see the light of day. Soon these same companies will be inside of your homes, not just as your search engines, but as your connection to the web, and your T.V. that you watch. It’s small scale now, but 10 years from now, this might be one of the few companies or the only company you connect to the internet with, who’s T.V. get’s used.

http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/21/google-tv-everything-you-ever-wanted-to-know/

http://www.pcworld.com/article/189066/googles_ultrafast_broadband_questions_and_answers.html

You have specific social networking sites that are really taking over, and the control has been so great, that they want to branch out offline. They now want to have initiatives like an open id, but for all offline phones so that when they download an application it’s just one login, sounds great and really convient in theory, but not if the resource is controlled by one company. A company that has played very loose with privacy.

http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2010-11/04/facebook-mobile-platform

http://www.technofascismblog.com/2010/11/03/internet-of-things-is-on-the-way-1252.html

“Internet of Things.” And what is the “Internet of Things?” Well, from the perspective of the vast spy agencies, the internet has one fatal flaw: if you’re not on it, they can’t spy on you. Bummer. So, to get around this little inconvenience of privacy, the latest push is to get every physical object in the world online. That’s right. Everything from your car, to your toaster, will eventually be connected and controllable through the internet. It seems that the Gods on Mount Olympus have had such great success with the virtual world that they now want to bring everything into it. And that means more control for them and less freedom for everyone else.

The latest marketing-speak word from the architects of the “Internet of Things” at IBM is “smart.” So, in the near future, when the CIA can log into any device you own–from your toothbrush to your bookshelf–and determine who’s been using them and when and where, that’s not an invasion of privacy–it’s “smart.” Of course, in reality this is only “smart” for the temporary controllers of the machine world. For the rest of us the “Internet of Things” is not only dumb, it’s the next logical step to automating the entire planet under the control of a single machine intelligence. Fun times ahead!

I think that the internet has been a success. So successful infact at controlling the masses, that they want to take what has worked online, and use the same to control them offline. It’s hard to see it now but in just 10 years from one, you could have one big corporation in control and in charge of your internet access, the equipment you use to access the internet, and then once online, or even offline, they and their cohorts, control the content you have access to, and even the applications you use.

People are predictable, they like convience, and we will slowly enslave ourselves over time, with these companies having to put forward very little effort. If you build it they will come.

I always thought it was weird that the military decided to share the internet with humanity, a wonderful accident that allowed us all to progress and advance so far in such a short space of time, but I am looking ahead, and I see the tool that once offered a great deal of freedom, has the equal capacity to offer humanity, control, confomrity, and enslavement only previosly dreamed possible.

November 4, 2010 Posted by | Life | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Facebook friend or foe?

Facebook.
CIA government database opperation?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpLNlSKugHw

What if I said to you, fill out this survey for me. It will have information such as

-Resume
-former jobs
-places you have been
-books you have read
-all your friends
-family
-lovers
-associates
-old schools
=old companies
-who you associate with now
-group affiliations
-religious

It will also have any other personal details that you want to provide.

I am not only going to use this information to profile you, but to help me in profiling those around you. I will use the information to advertise to you, to help you find groups and other people that might be of interest to you, but I will also use it for other purposes, would you say yes?

What if I told you that this information would some day be used to find you, and anyone associated with you, should you speak out against the government?

What If I told you this information would be used to find you should you commit a crime, or just be accused of one, guilty or not.

What if I told you this info would be used to find you, should you ever flee the country, or try to go underground?

Don’t believe it, think again, Facebook is so much more than you expected.

Let’s say something happens and you have to go on the run, who is going to help you? It’s not usually going to be strangers, we are all commented. By giving out who you went to high school, middle school, university with, you have cut off that circle. By giving out the groups you are associated with, you have cut off that circle. By giving out the places you have been, you have cut off that circle. Library records, now they have a way to look for you based on reading habits. Etc.

You are boxing yourself into a corner and don’t even know it. If the day ever comes when something does happen, you blog something someone does not like, you make a comment, you have to pack and leave for any reason, no one will be able to help you, because the information is out there.

The pictures you share, all those biometrically recognisable faces. Everything you put out there is shared, and once the information is out there, it is not getting erased. Once it’s on the net, expect it to be there forever.

I don’t use facebook, but I know others who do. I have heard a couple of fun stories. When people commit crimes or are accused of crimes, wanted for questioning, etc, one of the first things cops do is go to facebook. They find out who people’s friends are, their families, connections are, where they have been, group affiliations etc.

I also had one person who does not use facebook anymore tell me, that when they were on the site, they had a pop up message, I don’t know what it’s called, but apparently you have lists of friends, and they have friends, well the pop up said, based on your list, you might know this person and might want to add them to your friendship list. The person in question who got the pop up, did know the person and it scared this person enough to get them off facebook. They are cross checking and scanning information. Seeing who knows who, who had what affiliations, who went to school with who, who is connected. Connections that you might not even think about, yet they knew.

I am not saying this can only be used for criminals, but I am saying if you value your privacy and the time ever comes when you have to hide, get out of the country, or disagree with the government, are accused of a crime even falsely, you have no place to hide. They know who is a friend of a friend of a friend, who is associated with this group, who went to this place, that, in their past, if you are on the run, where you are likely to go, and who you are likely to connect with, and who those people are connected with.

People nowadays are different than people of the past. Technology can help us, but look at the type of society that we are in. We are coming up on a surveillance society, and because of that, it might be a good idea, to not provide the government database with all your information. Information that you would be peeved off at to realise that others had, if they got it in some other way, but information that you are all too willing to freely give and share.

Use facebook if you want, but just be aware of what you are giving out. It’s not a matter of being I have done nothing wrong, I have nothing to worry about, the time will come where that will not matter. Becareful about what you are putting out there.

Also keep in mind that this information is being aggregated with other lists and other bits of information to paint a very detailed picture of you.

Don’t get me wrong, facebook from what I have heard is a great way to get together groups, etc, but if those groups are all being put together on a government controlled website, is that a good idea for your specific group? Would you go to FBI, or CIA head quarters and hold your meetings there? If so then you have nothing to worry about, or think about.

Yes they also keep trying to get me to use facebook, and I always give the same response.

June 28, 2009 Posted by | CIA, Controlled society, Facebook, Internet | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Facebook Group

Hey I just found a facebook group that references my blog.

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=51808058393

Now I don’t know who this embious person is they do list their email, but as you know I pretty much stay off facebook for specific reasons. I think the speculation that it was created by the CIA to aggregate information the way Total Information Awareness was suppose to is pretty accurate.

Anyways for people joining the facebook group, it does list my blog, which is not a bad thing, but I don’t know who is running the show on this, so it could be another target, or an informant, I will do some more research into this, but don’t have time right now, but I just thought I would post about it.

So just to confirm, I am not affiliated with the group, though it does list my blog. I just didn’t want any confusion. I am also not affiliated with the gangstalking person over at myspace. I get emails all the time about that as well.

March 11, 2009 Posted by | Gang Stalking, Gangstalking | , , , , | 1 Comment