Facebook Anti-social rules of domination

Facebook, a business that is growing faster than any company to date. It uses the DNA of its founder, but it does not seem to form character, from mistakes, self-criticism, and self-knowledge that come with age.

In short, it does not seem to mature. Never before has there been any organization with such an influence that resembles its founder. OK, can you think of the Catholic Church?

No. The revelations about child rape mean that it is far from what the founder (Jesus) preached.

Why did I mention the above: Mark Zuckerberg is social, and Facebook has instituted sociopathy. To understand sociopaths, we need to remove empathy, and in general any emotion, nothing. In accordance with Psychology Today:

Sociopathia is an informal term referring to a pattern of antisocial attitudes and attitudes. In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), sociopathy is most represented by the Antisocial Personality Disorder.
Apart from these, the described as sociopaths may seem disturbed, but they can also show tendencies of care, sincerity and reliability. In fact, they try to manipulate, they often lie, they do not like it, and they have a weak consciousness that allows them to act recklessly or aggressively, even when they know their behavior is wrong.

Does it remind you of anything about Zuck?

As businesses grow and want to preserve their founder's DNA, they often record manuals for the employees they employ. So I suspect there will be a Bible on how to do things on Facebook.

The recipe of Facebook seems to be simple: understand the behavior of the sociopaths, and then according to the Bible you need to strengthen the following characteristics that, according to Psychology Today, will help you enjoy the world (sociopaths, Congress, regulators, the media, citizens):

  • False expressions of love
  • False promises of protection
  • False Understanding (I'm Like You)
  • I am the real victim (although I know victims are the users of the service)
  • Fake imaginary situations (inventing crises that you can fight without problem)

And, of course, no respectable employee manual would be effective without a few examples of behaviors:

 

False expressions of love

Mark Zuckerberg constantly promises love. It is the key to happiness. Mark wanted to "connect the world" because he loves it. He envisioned a love on a global scale.

Όταν οι άνθρωποι είναι συνδεδεμένοι, μπορούμε απλά να κάνουμε σπουδαία πράγματα. Έχουν την ευκαιρία να αποκτήσουν πρόσβαση σε θέσεις εργασίας, εκπαίδευση, , communications. We have the opportunity to reach the people we care about. This really makes a big difference.
- Mark Zuckerberg, February 2015

[The approach of people is so important that] we will change the whole Facebook mission to achieve it.
- Mark Zuckerberg, June 2017

 

False promises of protection

There are several privacy options, and users have a very good control over who can see their information.
- Interview Mark Zuckerberg, Harvard Crimson, February 2004

I am determined to make Facebook a leader in transparency and privacy.
- Mark Zuckerberg, 2011

I will seriously do what it takes to protect our community.
- Mark Zuckerberg, March 2018

Your trust is at the core of our services.
- Sheryl Sandberg, March 2018

On Facebook, everything you share is in control.
- Mark Zuckerberg, listening to Congress, April 2018

We do not send data to anyone… This is the most important principle of Facebook: Every piece of content you share on Facebook is yours and you have complete control over who sees it and how you share it. You can delete it at any time.
- Mark Zuckerberg, listening to Congress, April 2018

Any information that Facebook may know about you, you can delete it
- Mark Zuckerberg, listening to Congress, April 2018

We have to be better.
- Sheryl Sandberg, repeatedly, 2018-2019

ZUCK: i have over 4000 emails, pictures, addresses, sns
FRIEND: what!? how'd you manage that one?
ZUCK: people just submitted it
ZUCK: I don't know why
ZUCK: they “trust me”
ZUCK: dumb fucks
- Mark Zuckerberg's conversation with a friend of his at Harvard

Facebook

 

False Understanding (I'm Like You)

I can mention that. I started Facebook to connect my college… We were just college kids. But we were so preoccupied with this idea - that everyone wants to connect. So we kept going, day in and day out, just like you.
- Mark Zuckerberg, June 2017

 

I am the real victim (although I know victims are the users of the service) 

It was a breach of trust between Kogan, Cambridge Analytica and Facebook.
- Mark Zuckerberg for the scandal with Cambridge Analytica, March 2018

Facebook employed a Republican opposition research firm to smear activist protesters, in part by linking them to the liberal fundraiser Soros. It jeopardized its business relationships by lobbying a Jewish civil rights group to denounce the company as anti-Semitic.
- New York Times, November 2018

 

Fake imaginary situations (inventing crises that you can fight without problem)

There is a huge need and a huge opportunity for everyone to connect in the world, for everyone to have a voice and to help transform society in the future. Its scale and the infrastructure that needs to be built is unprecedented and we believe this is the most important problem we can focus on.
- Mark Zuckerberg, Letter to Shareholders, 2012

While people are interested in the size and strength of technology companies, there is also a concern in the United States about the size and strength of Chinese companies, as well as the notion that these companies will not be dissolved.
- Sheryl Sandberg describing the threat posed by Chinese technology companies to the US

Here to be remembered what Hughes said (co-founder of Facebook) for the social network and Mark:

Mark's influence is shocking, and is far beyond the influence of someone else in the private sector or government. It controls three basic communication platforms - Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp - which are used by everyday billions of people.

Only Mark can decide how to set up Facebook's algorithms to determine what users see in their News Feeds, what privacy settings they can use, and what messages are delivered. It sets the rules for how to distinguish hate speech, violence in conversation, or a simple verbal , and can choose to shut down a competitor by acquisition, foreclosure, or copying.

Mark is a good man, but I'm angry with him because his focus on growth has led him to sacrifice security and courtesy for .

There are many who believe that major technology companies are a much greater threat to our society than we believed. Mr Zuckerberg may be intelligent, but he can be seen as one of the most dangerous people in the world. Imagine a company that was created by the image and the likeness of its founder and completely reflects not only the genius but also the shortcomings of this person.

Antisocial behavior in the media is nothing new. The problem is that the algorithm that determines the content read by billions of people is controlled by a social patient who does not seem to want to leave his chair for the next 60 years.

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