Don’t look for North Texas Radio on Social Media

North Texas Radio is not on it.

I don’t see any reason to allow a self-appointed 3rd party deciding what people can and can’t talk about. If you want to talk or write to me, my contact info is at the bottom of every page. 

I don’t like that social media corporations are picking and choosing what information is available to the public. Information they agree with is allowed while information they don’t like is censored and publishers face being banned. It’s the same thing with people, those they agree with are treated with kid gloves while those they don’t like are censored and often shut down completely.

It doesn’t matter whatever “side” you’re on, this should be troubling because it is becoming obvious that there have been major news stories called out as false or said to be “disinformation” when they were true. A corporation does not have the right to decide what is true or not, especially now after they have been shown to be censoring things that were known to be true but were considered “problematic”. 

Then there’s the privacy issues, where your personal information is sold to others.

And the mob mentality, where miserable people rush to try to humiliate, shame and destroy other people’s lives in an effort to receive “likes” and feel a sense of power.

Mark Zuckerberg Instant Messages at age 19 – Wikiquote:

Zuck: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard
Zuck: Just ask
Zuck: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS
[Redacted Friend’s Name]: What? How’d you manage that one?
Zuck: People just submitted it.
Zuck: I don’t know why.
Zuck: They “trust me”
Zuck: Dumb fucks

Other Sources –  Business Insider , Esquire , Elle
Also published in the print edition of the September 20, 2010 issue of The New Yorker

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