[QUOTE=marloyd;2689739]so you should only state what you want everyone to know.[/quote] You do not need to do that. Getting your word out is great and can be very rewarding. It can come with a price though. Each and every time someone publishes anything at all, it may be read and will be interpreted in more different ways that anybody can fathom.
I have posted threads that were the truth, but they stirred up emotions and got proud people angry. So it was in the best interest of the common good to get the threads removed.
There are also people that are not interested in the truth or logic. They only want their little cocoon of warm fuzzy happiness unscratched. People aren’t unique snowflakes and most have little needs.
I’m not telling you i have the truth. Each and everybody should find their own truth and keep asking questions for as long as they live. I’ve been wrong countless times. I just decided for myself one day to break as much of the cocoon as i possibly could.
It’s the idea that the government can control what is published as for information on the net.So how do you know what you find is true information .if they control google ,facebook,and the rest than they control the truth.
They don’t control the publications. They analyse the published contents and use it for their own good. All under the sake of protecting their herd. It still doens’t mean the published information is all true or not.
To put it into perspective: All companies have different interests. Making lots of money usually is pretty high up in their list of priorities. So they will tell you their truth. Their holy bible. And the herd will happily follow.
Google and Facebook are not here for your sake. They have great products that can help you with your (social) life, but it’s theirs for the taking. You put it there. They have free products, but there is a price.
Not really that different on how i use the internet actually.