Google & Facebook: Reign Of Internet's "Ad Duopoly" Headed Toward A Momentous Demise
#1
LOL 
Awww! Too bad so sad!

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2...ok-google/
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#2
Zuckerberg can't shut his mouth fast enough to keep a lie from slipping out.




Some of the emotional and behavoral manipulation experiments Faecesbook has performed on its users may actually be illegal.

Also, shouldn't there be more genetic diversity amongst the top ranks at Faecesbook? hmmm
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#3
Faecesbook tracks you all over the Web, even if you don't have a Faecesbook account.

Faecesbook tracks you in real life, even if you're not online.

Faecesbook builds "shadow profiles" of non-members, including personally identifying information.

Faecesbook sells your personal information to anyone who wants it, without checking their credentials.

Faecesbook stores your information insecurely, leaving it open to hackers and identity thieves.

Block all Faecesbook tracking NOW.

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#4
Close your Patreon account and switch to SubscribeStar too.

NO MORE SECOND CHANCES for slimy SJW platforms.

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#5
I deleted my Patreon the other day even though I never used it anyway!

Man I’m sorry but...

I don’t think SubscribeStar is a solution.

I think things are changing massively and people will have to get used to doing things in a different way.
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#6
(12-14-2018, 08:47 PM)MO Wrote: I think things are changing massively and people will have to get used to doing things in a different way.

You're probably right, but give them enough rope. Innocent until proven guilty, and all that.
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#7
It's an overall situation of oversaturation.

The same concepts being expressed in too many similar ways.

We've gone too far into the non-physical with the internet and it's time to start bringing things more toward the physical side.

That's why I think people (content creators etc.) running online stores selling ACTUAL THINGS should be more prevalent.

We're moving AWAY from this age of oversaturation in everything 'smart' and everything 'digital only' (like subscriptions to content creators)...

It's time to start offering THINGS for sale rather than being exclusively digital, and even worse, depending on a platform which hosts all your content and lords over your every word.

Is this change going to cut out a lot of people from the world of content creators? Yeah, it is. Seems a lot of people don't want the responsibility of having their own sites, or they don't have the knowledge to make one, they're unwilling to learn...

So they will just be out in the cold.

A lot of people may scratch their heads and say "What could I possibly sell in an online store?" To which I'd have to reply if you can't think of anything, maybe you shouldn't be calling yourself a CONTENT CREATOR.

It's all gone way, way too far out of balance... we're PHYSICAL beings. It's time we start incorporating that physicality, making tangible things, and offering them up on the market.

Will it make people rich as fuck in droves? LOL, probably not. But will they have SOMETHINGGG to show for their time spent on this internet platform in general? Yes. They will have ACTUALLY CREATED something and shared it with the world.

See, THAT is what LASTS. Not DIGITAL ITEMS 'stored' on platforms that can remove everything you ever made in an instant.
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#8
And it's about balance...

OF COURSE digital items should be offered (in various forms, be it eBooks, subscriptions to digital services, whatever)...

But to offer absolutely nothing physical is just bullshit.

And I'm NOT just talking about "merch" that comes from third parties that no one ever even personally handles...

I'm talking about CREATING and selling things that MATTER. That have SOME KIND OF MEANING, even if it's fricken retarded.
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#9
(12-14-2018, 09:46 PM)MO Wrote: We've gone too far into the non-physical with the internet and it's time to start bringing things more toward the physical side.

Right? It's astounding to me that a company like Faecesbook that produces absolutely nothing of value is valued more than companies that build cars and dishwashers and computers and what-not.
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#10
The irony of tech giants deplatforming top Internet personalities is that they'll have less money to pay their SJW thought police to censor the Internet. It's ultimately self-defeating.




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#11
Shake Head 
Oh, this is just lovely.

Faecesbook allowed Netflix and Spotify to read users' private messages.

Do you fucking believe that?

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#12
Here's a list of all the URLs you need to block to actually stop using Facebook:

https://qz.com/1234502/how-to-block-face...-facebook/
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#13
The most up to date list is maintained here:

https://github.com/jmdugan/blocklists/bl...cebook/all

Windows will probably tell you that you don't have permission to edit your hosts file. You can do it from the administrator account by following these instructions:

https://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/windo...osts-file/
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#14
Flipoff2 
If you want to really fuck with Facebook, you can prevent people from following links from Facebook-owned sites to your website. Just add a rewrite condition to your .htaccess file for all of the domains in the above list.    

htaccess-guide.com Wrote:To set-up block multiple referrers, create a .htaccess file following the main instructions and guidance which includes the following text:

RewriteEngine on
# Options +FollowSymlinks
RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} otherdomain\.com [NC,OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} anotherdomain\.com
RewriteRule .* - [F]

The above lines tell the Apache Web Server to block traffic from the URL 'otherdomain.com' and 'anotherdomain.com'. Note the backslash before the dot, this is important, e.g. 'domain\.com'. The only difference between blocking a single referrer and multiple referrers is the modified [NC, OR] flag in the multiple referrers example, this should be added to every domain except the last.

http://www.htaccess-guide.com/deny-visit...-referrer/

Laugh
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#15
(12-21-2018, 01:39 PM)Guest Wrote: Just add a rewrite condition to your .htaccess file for all of the domains in the above list.

ROFL

That’s a good one!
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#16
(12-21-2018, 01:50 PM)MO Wrote: ROFL

That’s a good one!

Phucking with pholks who Facebook is always good for a chuckle. lol
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#18
AOL started as a Commodore 64 oriented service and grew into the largest ISP of its day. They were completely unprepared for the switch to residential broadband at the turn of the century.

When AOL users discovered they could use a regular browser like Netscape with AOL to surf the Web, a lot of them simply used AOL to get online, then minimized the AOL window and ignored it for the rest of their session.

Then, when cable and DSL become ubiquitous, AOL hoped people would continue to pay $25 a month to use AOL over their $40 a month broadband connection.

Um No



Hopefully the next major paradigm shift will catch Goolag, Faecesbook, and Apple off guard. What's a good shitty pet name for Apple?
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#19
Apple fan bois are getting fed up with Apple, and it has nothing to do with Tim Cook's fascist politics.

New iPads are bent when buyers receive them. Apple won't fix them, saying they're "within manufacturing tolerances."

Facepalm

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#20
LOL I keep telling people Apple is going out of style but nobody chooses to believe me...

shrug

ROFL it ain't always easy being smarter than everybody else.
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