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The Digital Purge

Setting aside Bill Gates' political activities, can you just imagine the amount of "misinformation" Microsoft had to spread in order to become the largest software company in the world?

I mean...what do you think their sales, marketing and PR people were doing most of the time?

Oh, and then there's the little issue of how Gates got the software to begin with and the story he told about whose it was...
 

Eight

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Setting aside Bill Gates' political activities, can you just imagine the amount of "misinformation" Microsoft had to spread in order to become the largest software company in the world?

I mean...what do you think their sales, marketing and PR people were doing most of the time?

Oh, and then there's the little issue of how Gates got the software to begin with and the story he told about whose it was...

example one, our software works
 

HFrog1999

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Setting aside Bill Gates' political activities, can you just imagine the amount of "misinformation" Microsoft had to spread in order to become the largest software company in the world?

I mean...what do you think their sales, marketing and PR people were doing most of the time?

Oh, and then there's the little issue of how Gates got the software to begin with and the story he told about whose it was...

Bill Gates would be a better person if he was shut down and restarted
 

An-Cap Frog

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More significantly, the document adds a new directive for employees to act with fiscal responsibility — a change that comes as Netflix in Q1 saw its first decline in subscribers in more than a decade. The updated Netflix Culture memo also includes a new section called “Artistic Expression,” explaining that the streamer will not “censor specific artists or voices” even if employees consider the content “harmful,” and bluntly states, “If you’d find it hard to support our content breadth, Netflix may not be the best place for you.”
 

TxFrog1999

The Man Behind The Curtain
Public schools and higher learning have become a joke. We really need to develop strong, community-based home schooling cluster programs across this country.
 
The mistaken belief by Media and large corporations that Twitter even comes close to reflecting public opinion has been incredibly damaging to our society
And yet the government and our elected officials use the feedback they get from it to make policy.

The left loves to scream about all of the disinformation being propagated on Twitter, yet they are make knee-jerk decisions based on...misinformation in the form of corrupt data mined from Twitter.
 

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