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[liberationtech] Boston event: How nonprofits can use Facebook to broadcast their impact??? (Feb 27th)

F LM flucom.02 at
Wed Jan 25 10:04:08 PST 2017

As much as I value privacy and I hate Facebook, I think your message contains critical fallacies on so many levels...

First, I'm not sure Mark Zuckerberg is a sociopath — and certainly I don't have any evidence to claim so.

Second, couldn't it be possible that the group simply was not reported (small group) and therefore not noticed until the transmission ended? We are just making assumptions here.

Third, are you suggesting Facebook should be permanently blocked?


> On 25-01-2017, at 12:39, Rich Kulawiec <rsk at> wrote:
> [ Yes, I know I'm following up my own message.  There's a reason. ]
> Here's what Facebook Live did this week:
>    Facebook Live 'broadcasts gang rape' of woman in Sweden
>      Police in Uppsala were contacted in the morning by a woman who
>    said she had seen a gang rape broadcast in a closed group on
>    the site.  "You have been raped," one of the men said at the
>    end of the video and then laughed, according to the viewer.
>    Police later confirmed they, and "many" others, had seen the
>    footage.  The Facebook group is said to have several thousand
>    members.  Police confirmed that they had found three men, aged
>    between 19 and 25, and one woman at a local apartment.  The
>    men were arrested on the spot.
> Read the whole article, all the way to the end.  It shouldn't be
> surprising to anyone who's been paying attention: of *course*
> a company founded by a sociopath repeatedly exhibits sociopathic
> behavior: it's profitable.  Why would one expect anything else?
> Now explain to me why you think it's a good idea to do anything
> other than firewall their network ranges permanently.
> ---rsk
> -- 
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> closely, the inner soul of the people.  On some great and glorious day the
> plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the
> White House will be adorned by a downright moron. -- H.L. Mencken 7/26/1920
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