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originally posted by: Justoneman
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: crankyoldman
cranky, I'm wondering if Q3599 refers to Prince Andrew, whose interview about Epstein connections is aired at 9pm GMT on BBC Two. The trailer talks about him meeting Epstein at NY mansion out of a sense of honour (Hah!).
originally posted by: Creep Thumper
originally posted by: airforcerulessky
So how is this not in the MSM news? Q said Iran was next and then Israel last. Hmmm.
Not sure burning the money supply is an intelligent move.
originally posted by: ColdWisdom
originally posted by: carewemust
Attorney General BARR sure has been getting around. He had a private meeting with FoxNews owner Rupert Murdoch Wednesday night.
Maybe to let him know that a big MSM "takedown" is coming, so he'd better keep FoxNews "honest" and out of the Fake News mud-pit?
Probably some hack like Shepard Smith is on the take from the DNC and Barr has evidence.
It could have been about Donna Brazille...
Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau played a significant role in securing the Star Wars PC and console game license for Electronic Arts in 2013. He switched over to Zynga, becoming its CEO in March 2016, but he clearly still has close ties with Disney. And Disney has made a move to get out of internal production of games, and it is cutting deals with a variety of external developers in the mobile sector.
Mark Pincus, the billionaire Zynga founder and early Facebook and Twitter investor, is embroiled in what could be a wildly expensive Silicon Valley divorce.
FarmVille was the top game by daily active users on Facebook between August 2009 and December 2010,
Remember FarmVille? Years before the third-party “personality test” at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, millions of users spent hours cultivating virtual crops on the wildly popular farming simulation game. Your FarmVille fields have probably long gone fallow, but it’s worth revisiting the story of FarmVille’s short-lived popularity because it’s intertwined with our current internet privacy debacle. As an early, viral third-party app, the game helped users become comfortable signing away their social media data with the click of a button.
FarmVille officially launched in June 2009, two years after the rollout of Facebook Platform made it possible to create third-party games on the social network
Within six weeks, FarmVille had become the most popular Facebook game and amassed more than 10 million players, and that number kept ticking up. By March 2010, FarmVille had reached apeak 83.76 million monthly active users. Famous fan Emma Stone even joked about her FarmVille addiction back in 2011: “It’s a fake farm, but it doesn’t feel fake,” she told Jimmy Fallon.
As its game’s popularity skyrocketed, FarmVille’s parent company, Zynga, quickly became a golden child of Silicon Valley. The New York Times ran an article that called the company “the hottest start-up to emerge from Silicon Valley since Twitter and, before that, Facebook.”
” King, who has researched Facebook users’ privacy-related behavior on third-party apps, said games like FarmVille helped players “get very used to using apps on Facebook with this expectation that it was harmless essentially.” And this precedent for click-of-a-button relinquishment of your data was reinforced by its successors, from Candy Crush to other apps that like Tinder (released in 2012) or Spotify (2011) that allow users to log in through their Facebook accounts. If you haven’t recently checked which third-party apps you’ve given access to your profile, it’s worth doing.
Video game maker Zynga said Wednesday that Regina Dugan, a Google executive, has joined its board, the latest step in its turnaround efforts.
Dugan, a former director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the US Department of Defense's tech-research wing, joins Zynga's board both as chair of its governance committee and as a member of its product committee alongside fellow board member Bing Gordon, CEO Don Mattrick, and co-founder Mark Pincus.
As if things weren’t already bad enough for Mark Zuckerberg’s baby, Facebook (the world’s least trusted company at this point), now they are apparently working on a secret project behind the scenes that has nothing to do with social media, and everything to do with scanning people’s brains as part of a sinister artificial intelligence (AI) endeavor.
Known as “Building 8,” the research and development venture involves manipulating the human central nervous system in order to build so-called “augmented reality” technologies that blend real life with fantasy. And heading it up is none other than former DARPA executive Regina Dugan, who will spearhead the program’s success – “in the style of DARPA,” of course.
Former DARPA director Regina Dugan went on to work at Google, where she works with CEO and Bilderberger member Eric Schmidt to promote “smart tattoos”, one of which she has herself. It is a biometric chip which will be used to access the coming integrated 5G reality which is being rapidly rolled out.
Collection is allowed only for an authorized intelligence purpose; for example, if there is a reason to believe that an individual is involved in espionage or international terrorist activities.
The CIA's procedures require senior approval for any such collection that is allowed, and, depending on the collection technique employed, the sanction of the Director of National Intelligence and Attorney General may be required.
originally posted by: Justoneman
a reply to: Bigburgh
Who would check on those Aircraft? Seems it is needed with the duplication of any #'s or changing type of Aircraft totally are likely are Aircraft that are being used for a criminal element BB? That looks serious to me.