Social Media Hacking : How To Protect Your Privacy and Start A Facebook Disinformation Campaign

“We may use information about you that we collect from other sources, including but not limited to newspapers and Internet sources such as blogs, instant messaging services and other users of Facebook, to supplement your profile.

We may share your information with third parties, including responsible companies with which we have a relationship.”

-facebook

Fact: Facebook’s Privacy Policy Is Now Longer Than U.S. Constitution

Fact: Facebook is how big brother spies on you

The Campaign:

With all the buzz about internet moguls and social media deviants canceling their facebook accounts online I have come up with a new strategy: Social Media Disinformation.

The idea is that even if you cancel your account, they still hold on to your information but if you keep your account and deceive them (which it is your every right to do) they are helpless to drown in a sea of false information.

Starting today we are encouraging all facebook users to begin a ruthless disinformation campaign. The only thing worse than too much data is the wrong data. Lets confuse them into submission.

10 Easy Steps To Facebook Disinformation

  1. 1*Create multiple facebook accounts and profiles and comment on your own posts.

  2. 2*Use different Use different names and profile pictures, only one of which is your own picture. Constantly change your profile picture.
  1. 3*Use a different birthday. Remember that your date of birth is a crucial piece of identity verification information. Do you really want to share this with the world?
  1. 4*Make posts that make it look like you are traveling to far off and exotic places when you are home.
  1. 5*Make posts that you are at home when you are traveling.
  1. 6*Write a false and misleading disinformation bio. and lie about your relationship status.
  1. 7*Make deceptive posts such as opposing political beliefs that throw people off your trail.
  1. 8*Accept all friend requests, even if you don’t know them.
  1. 9*Add new friends that you don’t know. Find someone wiht the same or similar name and friend them. * Note facebook limits their friend requests to 25 people per day. If you add more than 25 people per day they can cut your account.
  1. 10***My all time favorite: OUTSOURCE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA TO INDIA OR CHINA. Great outsource sites include http://www.elance.com and http://www.odesk.com . It will cost you about $25 a month to have someone do all your Social Media work in one of these countries but imagine how much time you will save avoiding these social media time sucks!

Check out Timothy Ferris and the 4-Hour Work Week for more on this.


Does facebook care about your privacy?

Any government agency in the United States has total access to your facebook account even if it’s set to private. They are given permission by facebook, partially because of the Patriot Act, to go into “Super Mode” which will allow them to manipulate your profile in any way they like, and view any and all previous versions of your profile.
Source: http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=06/07/11/183219

Facebook is closely tied in its foundation to the Information Awareness Office of the CIA, which houses an enormous database of information about individuals that is used by the United States government for any number of things.
Source: http://albumoftheday.com/facebook/

There are a number of close ties between the venture capitalists who funded Facebook, such as Peter Thiel, and the CIA and Department of Defense.

Now, profile listings of many people can be viewed in Google and Yahoo searches. What real purpose does this serve, aside from undermining our privacy? A new “Former name” feature has been introduced that allows you to be found with your mother’s last name if you enter it.

Facebook and its affiliated corporations can also use any photo you upload or have ever uploaded (including your profile picture) in their advertising (see photos). All your messages can also be easily read by facebook or anyone they give permission. Our privacy is being cast aside not only for shameless advertising, but also for the use of the government under the Patriot Act.

Says Nicole Ozer, the civil liberties and technology policy director for the ACLU of Northern California: “If (the CIA) knows about Facebook, and they have a page on Facebook, it would be surprising if they weren’t using it in other ways… It seems if they would go to the trouble to infiltrate peace groups that they are also online looking at information.”

“We may use information about you that we collect from other sources, including but not limited to newspapers and Internet sources such as blogs, instant messaging services and other users of Facebook, to supplement your profile.”

“We may share your information with third parties, including responsible companies with which we have a relationship.”

-facebook legal agreement by which you are bound.
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Any government agency in the United States has total access to your facebook account even if it’s set to private. They are given permission by facebook, partially because of the Patriot Act, to go into “Super Mode” which will allow them to manipulate your profile in any way they like, and view any and all previous versions of your profile.

Any government agency in the United States has total access to your facebook account even if it’s set to private. They are given permission by facebook, partially because of the Patriot Act, to go into “Super Mode” which will allow them to manipulate your profile in any way they like, and view any and all previous versions of your profile.
Source: http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=06/07/11/183219

Facebook is closely tied in its foundation to the Information Awareness Office of the CIA, which houses an enormous database of information about individuals that is used by the United States government for any number of things.
Source: http://albumoftheday.com/facebook/

There are a number of close ties between the venture capitalists who funded Facebook, such as Peter Thiel, and the CIA and Department of Defense.

Now, profile listings of many people can be viewed in Google and Yahoo searches. What real purpose does this serve, aside from undermining our privacy? A new “Former name” feature has been introduced that allows you to be found with your mother’s last name if you enter it.

Facebook and its affiliated corporations can also use any photo you upload or have ever uploaded (including your profile picture) in their advertising (see photos). All your messages can also be easily read by facebook or anyone they give permission. Our privacy is being cast aside not only for shameless advertising, but also for the use of the government under the Patriot Act.

Says Nicole Ozer, the civil liberties and technology policy director for the ACLU of Northern California: “If (the CIA) knows about Facebook, and they have a page on Facebook, it would be surprising if they weren’t using it in other ways… It seems if they would go to the trouble to infiltrate peace groups that they are also online looking at information.”

 

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