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Twitter’s ‘Big Brother’ tactics revealed as they brag about seeing nude images in private messages

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We thought it was bad when Twitter employees described “shadow bans” on conservative users. It represented the type of secret censorship that keeps Americans in the dark. What we learn now from Project Veritas is that it gets much worse. It’s not just politics. It’s personal.

HIDDEN CAMERA: HUNDREDS of Twitter Employees Paid to View “Everything You Post Online” Including Private “Sex Messages”

https://www.projectveritas.com/2018/01/15/hidden-camera-hundreds-of-twitter-employees-paid-to-view-everything-you-post-online-including-private-sex-messages/(San Francisco) Project Veritas has released undercover footage of Twitter Engineers and employees admitting that Twitter employees view all of your private messages on their servers and analyze it to create a “virtual profile” of you which they sell to advertisers.

The footage features four current Twitter software engineers–Conrado Miranda, Clay Haynes, Pranay Singh, and Mihai Alexandru Florea.

Haynes, who was featured in part one of the Twitter exposé, admitted in a January 6, 2018 meeting that Twitter has hired hundreds employees with the express purpose of looking at these “d*ck pics,” stating:

Let’s be fair about this upfront. If you decide to put something online, you should expect zero privacy. It doesn’t matter how “private” something is supposed to be, including Twitter’s direct message feature. If it’s out there, someone has access to it and potentially eyeballs on it.

That’s not to excuse Twitter’s sins. This is a horrible practice for the sake of detailed big data they can use for advertisers. They are likely guilty of abusing their users’ trust just as users are guilty of being silly enough to think their online posts are truly private.

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