You’ve decided to delete Facebook but what will you replace it with?


For too many people considering leaping aboard the #DeleteFacebook bandwagon, the answer is simple: switch your photo and video sharing to Instagram and your messaging to WhatsApp. But what many do not realise is that both of those apps are owned by Facebook – since September 2012 and October 2014 respectively.

Källa: You’ve decided to delete Facebook but what will you replace it with?

Internal posts show Facebook workers condemning leakers and fearing ‘spies’

Facebook employees are calling for a crackdown on suspected leakers and questioning whether “spies” have infiltrated the corporation, according to leaked internal posts that suggest the social media giant’s workforce is becoming defensive in the face of critical public scrutiny.

The posts were a response to the leak of a memo by a senior Facebook executive who defended the social network’s negative effects on society.

Källa: Internal posts show Facebook workers condemning leakers and fearing ‘spies’

Internal posts show Facebook workers condemning leakers and fearing 'spies'

Facebook employees are calling for a crackdown on suspected leakers and questioning whether “spies” have infiltrated the corporation, according to leaked internal posts that suggest the social media giant’s workforce is becoming defensive in the face of critical public scrutiny.
The posts were a response to the leak of a memo by a senior Facebook executive who defended the social network’s negative effects on society.

Källa: Internal posts show Facebook workers condemning leakers and fearing ‘spies’

Video: Revolving Doors

A portrait of American recidivism produced over a span of two years, Revolving Doors follows Jason, who, despite attempts to retain meaningful employment, fails and returns to prison, devastating his family.

Full Credits –
Written and Directed by: James Burns
Produced By: Robbie Mirels, Todd Wiseman Jr., Milos S Silber, James Burns
Cinematography By: Andrew Baris
Second Unit Cinematography By: Kyle Deitz
Edited By: Stacy Kim, and Jeb Banegas
Original Score By: Jay Wadley
Colorist: Nick Metcalf, The Mill
Camera Assistant: Moe Taylor, Mark Burchick
Production Coordinator: Jeff Currier
Production Sound: Steve Saada, Zach Trees
Production Assistant: Aiden Fisher, Mike Reft
Post sound mix: Jay Pellizzi
Executive Produced By: Johnathan Gray, Bruce Meyerson, Patti White, Lee Anderson, Kathryn Flynn

TED: Hur jag blev nazist och tog mig ur rörelsen

 

At 14, Christian Picciolini went from naïve teenager to white supremacist — and soon, the leader of the first neo-Nazi skinhead gang in the United States.

How was he radicalized, and how did he ultimately get out of the movement? In this courageous talk, Picciolini shares the surprising and counterintuitive solution to hate in all forms.

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