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zaious
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zaious,
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11/8/2014 | 11:47:15 PM
Re: tip of the iceberg
Interesting thimngs are happenign around us in social media. The impact is far reaching while many of us are not aware of it (all the time).
EricS399
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11/8/2014 | 6:28:59 PM
artificially generated stampedes
Zuckerberg should answer the question...
 
Do you think facebook would be held liable in the event of an artificially generated stampede?
 
If a mass HOAX were to instantly spread through social media channels 
regarding a false NFL stadium evacuation, his company would 
be a major contributor in the decentralized relaying of dangerous information --- likely inducing widespread panic.
 
Facebook's real-time social media component has never been tested with an asymmetric national security issue of this nature.

agsaf.org


 Artificially Generated Stampede Awareness Foundation
PedroGonzales
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11/8/2014 | 11:41:57 AM
tip of the iceberg
I really thought that he was going to get asked more important questions, like in the area of privacy.  If he holds users opinions very important, why is he willing to take people personal information and use it as a commodity?  Why change the private regulations of facebook without informing it users.  Wouldn't users deserve the right to be informed on what their informaiton will be used for by third parties. 
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