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

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.

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Ed Sheeran’s Plagiarism Problems Are Getting Worse: Latest One Exposes Faith Hill and Tim McGraw

We all like Ed Sheeran. He’s a nice guy, lots of fun, and a seemingly serious musician.

So why why why does he have such a bad problem with plagiarism?

His latest involves a song called “The Rest of Our Life,” which he gave to country superstar husband and wife Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The song sounds so much like Jasmine Rae’s 2014 hit “When I Found You” that its Australian writers, Sean Carey and Beau Golden, have filed suit against Sheeran, et al. And yes, the songs are very much alike.

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California: 13 captive siblings, some chained to beds, rescued from Perris house; parents arrested

California authorities say they have rescued more than a dozen starving, filthy young people who were chained inside their parents’ home in Perris.

One of the captives, a 17-year-old girl, escaped over the weekend and notified the Riverside Sheriff’s Department that her siblings “were being held captive inside the residence by her parents,” some of them “bound with chains and padlocks,” the Sheriff’s Department said.

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Revealed – How Twitter ‘shadow bans’ users who never even realize: Engineers caught on camera ‘admitting they secretly censor people for posting content they disagree with

A new undercover video from a group of conservative investigative journalists appears to show Twitter staff and former employees talking about how they censor content they disagree with – and without the user ever knowing.

James O’Keefe, Project Veritas founder, posted a video showing an undercover reporter speaking to Abhinov Vadrevu, a former Twitter software engineer, at a San Francisco restaurant on January 3.

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Why Disney’s ‘Last Jedi’ Mind Trick Isn’t Working in China

‘Episode VIII’ leans heavily on references to the originals, and that doesn’t play with young audiences in the world’s No. 2 market.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi suffered one of the worst second-weekend declines the Chinese box office has ever seen. The film’s debut of $28.7 million was already viewed as disappointing, but its 92 percent plummet to just $2.4 million in weekend two was arguably alarming.

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Aziz Ansari Allegations & the Defects of Modern Sexual Morality

No jury would convict a man for assault under these circumstances, but that doesn’t mean Grace is wrong to feel upset. It was inevitable. The #MeToo movement was going to collide directly with all the ambiguity and pain of the college sexual-assault tribunals. We were going to read not about sexual assault but instead about a date gone wrong — where two parties had different perceptions, and all we could really know is that another young woman would feel used and traumatized, and a confused man would find his reputation in tatters because of a sexual encounter that never at any point (to him) had seemed inappropriate or wrong.

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Ashley Judd: Standing Up To Harvey Weinstein Ruined My Career

Actress Ashley Judd said in a new interview she believes movie mogul Harvey Weinstein ruined her career because she was not afraid to stand up to his sexual advances.

“I was not frightened of Harvey Weinstein and I think that was why he blackballed me,” Judd told host Stephen Sackur on BBC’s “Hardtalk.”

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Dennis Prager: Ten Thoughts on Trump’s S—hole Comment

Here are ten thoughts on the president’s alleged use of the word “sh**hole” in describing Haiti, a Central American country, and African countries:

1. There are few filters between President Donald Trump’s mind and mouth. That is his appeal and his weakness. It is very common that a person’s strengths are also weaknesses. I wish Trump’s tweets and comments were as forthright — as un-PC — as they are now but stated in a sophisticated way. I also wish that cheesecake were not fattening. But just as cheesecake comes with sugar, Donald Trump comes with unsophisticated rhetoric. People are packages, not a la carte menus.

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Project Veritas: Twitter Is Selling Your Data To Advertisers, You Know — Even Your DMs

Here is the basic truth about “free” Internet services: If you’re not paying, you’re not the customer. Project Veritas provides us with yet another reminder of that which we should already know about platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and other Internet providers. Once you post something on them, they last forever — and become commodities for the platform owners:

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High school student makes six figures mowing lawns

High school student RJ Duarte started mowing lawns at eight years old, now he has a full-fledged business that generates well over six-figures.

“As I kept going it turned into more and more and then, you know, like 2012, I brought on a business partner, Owen Johnson,” Duarte told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney

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Ranking the Most Dangerous Countries for Americans To Visit

Each year, the State Department issues dozens of advisories with the intent of keeping Americans safe as they travel abroad. What countries are targeted by these advisories, and what risks do Americans face by visiting them? Are State Department advisories effective in keeping American travelers safe?

We decided to investigate what are the most dangerous countries for American to visit as measured by State Department warnings and also by actual deaths. We used data from Priceonomics customer, a platform that ties many different data sets together so it’s easy to analyze them (you can download their dataset here).

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Facebook Takes Down Christian Group’s Page, Calls Abortion Opposition “Hateful and Threatening”

Facebook is facing more censorship and bias allegations from a Christian group that opposes abortion.

The West Virginia-based ministry Warriors for Christ repeatedly has had its Facebook pages removed by the social media giant, according to the Christian Post. Its main page, which has more than 225,000 followers, was removed again last week, allegedly for “hateful, threatening or obscene” content.

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