Mr Mc Namee, who made a fortune backing the social network in its infancy, has spoken out about his concern about the techniques the tech giants use to engage users and advertisers.
[..] the former investor said And he likened the techniques of the company to Mr Bernays and Hitler's public relations minister.
'In order to maintain your attention they have taken all the techniques of Edward Bernays and Joseph Goebbels, and all of the other people from the world of persuasion, and all the big ad agencies, and they've mapped it onto an all day product with highly personalised information in order to addict you,' Mr Mc Namee told The Telegraph.
But it simply is not true that the United States Government is listening to everything said by every citizen of any country." It's great that the U. government behaves better than corporations on privacytoo bad it trusts/subcontracts corporations to deal with that privacybut it's an uncomfortable thing to even be in a position of having to compare the two.Consumers time and information are effectively the price they pay for free Web services.Facebook allows its users to keep up with far-flung friends and family, for instance, in exchange for that information Anybody who think that NSA revelations change the nature of Facebook (Facebook = Spyware) or that NSA somehow "intruded" on their privacy is delusional.The elegant, but very efficient kitchen is equipped with refrigerator, washer/dryer, sink, combination oven, two-burner stove, coffee-maker, toaster, kettle and a myriad of cooking implements.Of course, all cookware, plates, glasses and cutlery are also provided.