From a reader…
Will I be guilty of causing scandal if I “poison” my Facebook data in order to protect myself from them?
I just read an article how it is better to run a script to make your
account unusable by liking random posts (posting things I may not agree with) before deleting your account. I worry about the
implementation of a “social score” in the USA like the Chinese have started.
Wow. I haven’t heard about this “poisoning” of Facebook data before.
Frankly, I dislike Facebook, always have. I use it sparingly and question why others use it so much. I feel my IQ drop several points a minute while it is open on my screen.
Facebook, it seems, is getting dangerous, in a wide way, and intrusive, it seems. Their powers-that-be are political and they are engaging in social engineering, and not in a good way. It is serious player now. Not good.
How does one fight back?
You can stop using it.
However, once you are really into it, what do do?
The sort of tactic you bring up looks like a misdirection similar to “disinformation”.
I ask myself what I might do were I under the heel of the Soviet Bloc.
I also remind myself that Augustine said that lying for any reason was wrong.
This seems to be a good topic for discussion for several reasons. Perhaps you readers have some thoughts about Facebook and the potential of the “social scoring” that is already underway in China and, if the Dems take over, will soon be in these USA as well.