The controversial social experiment involving aggressive attempts to indoctrinate and isolate a significant proportion of the online community which everyone loves to hate is possible reaching a sobering conclusion.
With Barbra Streisand eagerly waiting to perform “The Way We Were” in the F***book corporate catacombs of intricately engineered sentient hallways promoting the deevolution of humanity into a warped representation of nomadic tribalism, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is about to push the ineffectual button in eradicating generated informational content delivered to the end user based off of personal data. Fox News shares the stunted, painful, and crazy journey of the trending news feature and how the ingrained app, ironically a mainstay appearing on the right hand side of the platform, is about to make a James Brolin type descent into obscurity. While the powerful quantum singularity of the Streisand effect, fueled by ego and drama, is not factor in forcing the decision making mechanism of the FB staff, the singer is ready to accompany a visual montage of images of Zuckerberg, piles of money, software bots, and shots the tech mogul testifying in front of congress, once he depressed the button and activates the new era of social networking journalism, complete with alleged partnerships spanning entire spectrum of the major news networks. However, this tawdry and desperate public relations effort is futile in preventing the inevitable downfall of the entire empire. There was no mention of a “ransom” function associated with the new format in allowing an individual or group to pay for discretion and to remain in the shadows.
Apparently, the company justifies the deactivation of the technology based on performance and financial considerations, and not the epic controversy generated by shady ethics in deliberately hiding specific content. This is just another example of the broken record of the tech world, in completely abandoning the concept of accountability, and twisting the narrative in somehow avoiding the consequences. However, in a society where instant gratification is gradually phasing out critical thinking skills, it is entirely in the realm of possibility that a business can literally rewrite history, especially when they are the news.
Read the Fox News story here.