Apple Co-Founder Says Most People Should GET OFF Facebook PERMANENTLY

by | Jul 8, 2019 | Conspiracy Fact and Theory, Headline News | 11 comments

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    Source: AutoDesk

    Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak not only deleted his personal Facebook account last year, but he’s warning the rest of us that “most” should also leave the social media giant’s platform permanently. Wozniak says the lack of privacy just isn’t worth it.

    “There are many different kinds of people, and [to] some the benefits of Facebook are worth the loss of privacy,” Wozniak told TMZ when reporters stopped him to talk with them at Reagan National Airport in D.C. “But to many like myself, my recommendation is—to most people—you should figure out a way to get off Facebook.” Wozniak added: “who knows if my cellphone is listening right now?”

    Wozniak also said that it is most definitely worrisome that Big Tech is spying on us, but he doesn’t think anything can be done about it. “So I worry because you’re having conversations that you think are private… You’re saying words that really shouldn’t be listened to, because you don’t expect it. But there’s almost no way to stop it,” Wozniak said of the surveillance state we are all living under.

    “But, everything about you… I mean, they can measure your heartbeat with lasers now, they can listen to you with a lot of devices. Who knows if my cellphone’s listening right now. Alexa has already been in the news a lot,” Wozniak stated to TMZ.

    Not only is privacy a big concern, but censorship is becoming a massive issue as well. Conservatives and other “non-leftists” such as libertarians and voluntaryists are being systematically silenced for speaking against the tyranny of the government. All dissent is being punished by the elimination of freedom of speech, and Big Tech is leading the way.

    But Wozniak isn’t concerned so much with censorship.  He just wants to be able to pay for his right to privacy. “People think they have a level of privacy they don’t. Why don’t they give me a choice? Let me pay a certain amount, and you’ll keep my data more secure and private then everybody else handing it to advertisers.”

    The truth is that no one should have to pay anyone else for privacy because it’s a basic human right. But Big Tech doesn’t care about your dignity or, they care about their money. And selling private data is a money-making business. Because Wozniak also admits that there’s just no way to stop it right now, all you can do is just know you are constantly being watched in our Orwellian society.

    In an eye-opening documentary, titled The Creepy Line, researchers reveal the stunning degree to which society is manipulated by Google and Facebook and blows the lid off the remarkably subtle – hence powerful – manner in which they do it.

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      1. My wife has been on me to get rid of my 15 year old flip phone. I just look at her and laugh. Then she says I am missing a lot of stuff having my antiquated phone. I just look at her and laugh and tell her that when my flip phone is done then she can call me anything she wants to, but she’s gonna have to call me LONG DISTANCE.

        • This is me exactly! Just another techno-Luddite – and proud of it.

          • I am no luddite, but I dont think either of you are (not really) either. I am a software developer who dabbles in hardware design, one of the hardest parts of this occupation is breaking past BARRIERs to what should be circulated freely (not personal info, technical info). Some stuff is permanently secret but people have gotten inside and read over. Happens all the time actually.

            I’m a technophile, nerd, dev, etc…. Certainly not a luddite….

            Your Concerns are not unfounded.

            stay woke

        • I have a Captain Kirk phone too as that’s what I call my flip phone. I have no smart TV and have a stamp over the camera on my computer.

      2. No social media for me ever so I’m not concerned about it.

        • This forum is my social media along with E mails I send to vetted decades long friends. I relish the discussions and debate here with people I agree or disagree with because just being here says a lot for their thinking. Out of here I talk to my wife, cats and dog not necessarily in that order.

      3. Oh OK, from the guy who should borrow his wife’s bra. WTF? Is this all this tick turd has got? I’m in my sixties and knew this for decades. Is this all he’s got?

        • Yup. It’s a brave new world filled with idiots that don’t give one shit about privacy. Thank god were old lol.

      4. Ever wonder how Facebook came out of seemingly nowhere and, almost overnight, became the biggest thing on the WWW and made Zuckerberg a billionaire…without charging fees to have a Facebook account?

        I have always thought that Facebook is really a Deep State op designed to collect info on people and Zuck is simply an empty suit propped up for the cameras to cover for the people who really run the show.

        • You nailed it. In fact one of the Facebook founders has been telling all about its founding and Zuckerberg is just a punk they put up front to distract everyone. Mark can’t code a single web page let alone a vast platform. As for the biz side, Sandberg does that.

          The whole thing is a Harvard project done on contract for the Defense Department. They changed the name and rolled it out.

        • Look up “LifeLog.”

          It was a CIA project to collect every detail about every American and store all that data for future reference. There were objections from privacy advocates, so the program was cancelled.

          The SAME DAY that LifeLog was cancelled, Facebook appeared, all set up and ready to run. Not a coincidence. Being a “private” company, Facebook bypassed the privacy advocates’ concerns.

          The rest, as they say, is history.

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