Censorship and Access to Social Media

Is social media something everyone should have access to?

What happens if social media when social media gets to select on who gets to speak and who doesn’t?

Join The Our Shawn McBride ⭐️ 🌟💥 (aka R. Shawn McBride)nd Dali Kranzthor, CPA, CVA, CFE for the Financial Transactions of the Future Economy(TM) Show as we explore what we are seeing and what we need for the future.

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Hey everyone it’s Dr. Sean, welcome to another edition of the financial transactions, a future economy show we are going to look at a very important issue today, which is

 

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We’re going to look at the difference between social media access and censorship.

 

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And really where the lines of draw. We’re in a very interesting time because more and more of our communication with our fellow humankind.

 

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Is happening online as happening through a handful of channels those channels become very powerful in the past, we would have discussions about access to

 

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You know, the public courthouse, or the public yards, where we could go protest, where we could put up signs.

 

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We would have, you know, potentially access to get our communication out. But now, more and more people are staying in their homes. They’re logging online communications happening through these channels. These channels and up in a very

 

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Interesting position because they are private enterprises, but they’re channeling a lot of public communications, we want to talk about kind of that tension.

 

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Between what these private entities have and their uses a really public facility, almost like a utility

 

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For those either don’t know the show is, well, I’m Dr. Sean I’m a corporate lawyer I help people with everything related to ownership and control their business that’s mergers capital raised partnership agreements.

 

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Contracts negotiations, also a CPA, my co host dolly Kranz store, you’ll be seeing in a minute. Also a CPA.

 

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License and as a CVA and CFE he acts as a CFO of companies. He also has those licenses evaluation and in fraud examination, so

 

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We both have a broad base of financial knowledge and we’ve taken it upon ourselves through our community to

 

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Talk about the future of the economy, the future of the world. And that’s what we’re here to talk about today is the future.

 

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And we want us to civically dive in on the social media and the possibilities of censorship and what that means for structuring communication. We love your comments. Speaking of social media. So go ahead and just drop them below wherever you’re at.

 

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Use this as a jumping off point to do your own research your own analysis and get counsel and advisors to help you structure your particular strategy. So with that, Dolly. Welcome to the show.

 

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You see in

 

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The morning. What are we seeing lately.

 

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Well, we’re seeing that the big social media giants are now the jury or what the judge, jury and executioner. They don’t like out of the platform. Um, so I guess the scary part here, here is that we’ve seen you know the advancement in the tech space if you can walk like 20 years in

 

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These little

 

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People would say, oh, out there, the government is you know so far ahead, and they have these, you know, super technological advancements like the men and black and we would never know what they are. Well, now

 

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The idea is that maybe those are actually in the tech rooms. And so these companies like Facebook and Twitter, and Google and all these are so advanced and they’re moving at such a fast pace.

 

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When they start banning people when they start saying, Who can and who can’t be part of their platforms and everybody’s connected through the same platforms.

 

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Then basically you’re able to silence, an entire voice like with a button. And so that is a real concern here and it’s an ethical concern because most of the people being banned right now.

 

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Theoretically, have very ethical cases against them for being banned. So the question though is, at what point is that line crossed and a democratized.

 

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And that becomes a real thing. And I’ve certainly heard people there are certainly some very controversial people who are not being the platforms you know people that are very

 

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Strong and some of the race based communications and other things they’ve been out there for a long time, upsetting. A lot of people, but they seem to stay on the platform. Other people make some other statements and they immediately get wiped down on multiple platforms.

 

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And really our democratic system, you know, is built, and we’re going to go deeper in this in a future show we’re working on scheduling it right now.

 

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Or democratic system was built upon the three branches of government here in the US.

 

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The judicial the executive and the legislative but it was all designed with having that fourth estate or having the media or the or the or the individuals or the citizens.

 

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Looking over the shoulders to make sure that everything’s being done correctly. Right. And if things get done wrong you vote people out. You pull them out.

 

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But that that’s all based on communication information being available. And what’s interesting with this you know data cartels as

 

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One of our guests called it recently cat Krista form came on here and talked about the data cartels, maybe a handful of people that ultimately get decide what gets communicated. What doesn’t communicate

 

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Yeah, and it’s a very small group of people, Sean, I mean what, what do we have what we’re talking about five to 10 companies that are total influencers in this space that are driving. I mean,

 

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Now, obviously. Everybody’s heard you know that Facebook potentially had a role in our election.

 

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We have in other countries, theoretically, the now with the ability to start manipulating these things. And so the big question here too is, you know, as we start

 

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Trying to monitor this global movement of the internet. The splintering that we keep talking about the regulations within the different areas. Well,

 

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Now we’ve created a model here in the US. So we’ve shown other countries kind of the path forward. We’ve shown them that you can have big tech, you can have social medias, but you can also control them.

 

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And so already, we’re seeing, you know, obviously, with GDP are in Europe, we’re seeing China with the censorship of the dragon fly Google internet we’re seeing, you know, Russia with their hacking and all the stuff that goes on.

 

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That potentially they don’t want to ever have any of their elections get screwed up. And so I wouldn’t be surprised, Sean. This is a big, big thought here but

 

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That they would create their own social medias and actually put walls in against this just to insulate themselves and make sure this doesn’t happen because this is going to go down in history. This is a big, big deal.

 

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A little foreshadowing there by Dolly, because we have a couple social media guests coming up, one of which is going to be talking about

 

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The fact that we may be building two worlds toward a world of multiple different social media who may see a D consolidation, so that’ll be an interesting discussion, you can see our upcoming episodes of future done right calm.

 

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But you know the the question doesn’t mean these, these things are almost so big. They’re almost like public utilities. Right, so I mean we’ve kind of come to the understanding

 

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With a lot of things in our, in our country that everybody gets access to them. Right. So the roads, right, if you

 

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If you pass your driver’s license test. Do what you have to do we let you drive on the roads. Right. It’s a public public necessity or it’s a public convenience. It’s available to all the sidewalks right i mean he everybody can walk on the sidewalk.

 

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You know, the electric right most areas of the country by your electric electric company you have guaranteed access to the electric right the electric company can’t say I don’t like your political views, you don’t get electric

 

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Mean you you laugh, but I mean we built that into our country right cable company, right. I don’t like your political views. You still can have access to cable because these companies have was it monopolies.

 

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We’re starting to see the same thing with social media, right, there’s only a handful of huge social media channels.

 

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If they all the platform you together, you lose all your communication right you don’t have access to that same thing that everybody else has access to more and more social media is becoming the equivalent of the town swearing in days have passed.

 

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Hmm. Well, yeah. So it’s a, you know, all those things. You were mentioning, our sidewalks these infrastructure builds, etc.

 

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And then now we’re saying, Well, do you have the right to broadcast, do you have the right to express my opinion to the masses at any given time. Is that a given right within our society.

 

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If everybody else has that right, then why should I be excluded, no matter what my view may or may not be no matter what my religion may or may not be

 

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Because, at what point do we start going into deeper issues and say, well, you know,

 

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We’re not. We’re at odds with this country. So now. Anybody from that country, you know, we don’t trust them anymore because they could be a spy. They could be

 

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Intelligence. I mean, this gets deeper and deeper. And so we don’t want them to be furthering propaganda.

 

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Of this country that goes against maybe our standards. So I think America doesn’t, you know, this isn’t what we’re founded on we are founded on hearing all of the different opinions you went back to the forefathers.

 

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I think if they see what’s happening in today’s society.

 

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You know, I don’t know. This is exactly what they were hoping for, you know, I think they were trying to really build a fully democratize system that was a system that finally

 

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People that didn’t have another place could come here.

 

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That the wanted to work hard that wanted to be part of community, but they had maybe something that ostracized them from their own nation.

 

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So this has been a reoccurring theme throughout all of history. And so here we are now at a plateau where maybe we’re ostracizing people and maybe based start going somewhere else and so

 

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Another big topic we talked about Sean is the competition of countries and sovereigns to start attracting this top talent because

 

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The, the likelihood of a country being invaded. Let’s take Malta forensic instance. You know the one reason most people like to live in big strong countries is because they don’t want somebody coming in and attacking them.

 

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So if you’re able to go into a very strong ally of the US, you basically have the US Army’s your back.

 

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So you’re safe and then the then the next step is, well, maybe I like their laws little better. Maybe they’re a little more tolerant. Maybe they’re more progressive

 

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Maybe my business can thrive better than or maybe they have better banking laws.

 

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All these things. So I think we’re going to see a huge competition of sovereigns because we’re less worried about global attacks global threats. We know that if there’s a war like Einstein says

 

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I don’t know what World War three will be fought with but World War for will be fought with sticks and stones. So we know that if there is a catastrophic event, you know, pretty much going to wipe out everyone

 

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And so now you can try to make take other risks and say, I want to be multi guy. I want to be here. There, and etc so

 

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Yeah, well, you know, and part of it is, you know, and the US has been born a lot of the cost of it. But, you know, we, there’s a global security system, you know, I mean, the inner lining of the US and many of the major countries.

 

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Basically say you know if there’s too much unrest will allow some civil wars and some other stuff that happened. But if there’s too much unrest in the country.

 

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We’re going to cover their shut that stuff down right it’s over.

 

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And we’re not going to allow anything to escalate to the point where it’s going to cause a global contagion. Right. So there’s this constant monitoring of global

 

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Politics and global affairs that it does create this layer of safety. Now we’re in the majority of the globe. You can say, okay, I’m here, I’m safe right there’s not going to have some major international event because

 

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The, the superpowers are monitoring, right, the US, obviously, with its military Europe has a huge population base and it has a lot of Intel

 

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Maybe not as big of a military but they certainly have a lot of information and then China.

 

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You know, especially with One Belt, One Road. They’re interconnecting themselves with the whole globe. So, you know, they’re paying attention to what’s going on here and they’re there, they’re working behind the scenes to pull the levers to avoid issue so

 

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We’ve level that playing field, right. Everybody’s got kind of safety and base level security.

 

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Started or most of the globe has that layer.

 

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Right, so then it becomes. Okay, well, what’s the differentiating factors. It’s just like business marketing right if everybody’s got one element. And that’s not a differentiating factor with differentiate you. Well, it’s the right laws, it’s the right agreements.

 

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It’s the right communication system. And, you know, back to the censorship.

 

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Is part of the US notion was that we have this open communication this melting pot of ideas and because everybody communicates, whether we like it or not, through that process of fighting through that we come up with the best ideas we get the best ideas.

 

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That tradition is possibly a challenge now because our communications happening over a private medium and that private medium now has barriers to entry potentially

 

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Yeah, absolutely. Sean and, you know, being part of a democracy and a democratized system. I think the big fear here is that may be, you know, the people that are in power, or a little bit nervous.

 

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That if we were to democratize all of the if everybody had a voice. Maybe they wouldn’t align exactly as we expect them to, you know, right now we have representatives that go and they do our voting our bidding and

 

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I think some of those votes may go a little bit different if everybody was voicing directly what rather than through representatives. A lot of people have lost hope through this. Um, I think.

 

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You know, one of the solutions to all of this would be you know better state loss. I mean, so the federal government kind of backing off a little bit, and saying, you know, as a state, you can kind of do what you want to do.

 

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And then it would give more access to people to kind of move and align themselves and really have a strong conservative. I want to be in the Ohio belt. And that’s really like stands behind what I am. Let’s build that

 

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But the big problem. What we’re talking about today is outside that because even with these fixes, even with more voices, even with more choices.

 

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How it for companies control the whole global voice and they have the ability to ban somebody with a push of a button and not only ban them, Sean. This is like 1984

 

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We can actually delete them from history. So not only are we going to delete them. We’re going to delete everything they’ve ever said we’re going to delete their existence. When you go search for this person, they don’t exist anymore.

 

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That is frightening. Right. I mean, that means you the law says you know what, delete shoddily

 

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We, you know what we didn’t align with this future stuff we want to say snorkel delete them. And so our whole existence. Get the right, especially if they killed us. I mean, we

 

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We could be deleted our assets could be deleted. And now, Facebook, I mean, so I would think the big tech companies should really be standing behind freedom of speech. That’s what they stand for.

 

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They stand for this because if they start aligning this other way. Well, then the government just going to start sending memos. This is person’s got this person’s next, you know, this is a dark rabbit hole, Sean.

 

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Yeah. And, well, what’s, what’s interesting though is a tech companies, you know, have really stood on freedom of speech. Now, there’s a lot of programmers trying to jump on freedom of speech to enable them to write code and not have legal liability for it very weak argument and

 

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Yeah, one at a future. But look at our program or encoder liability videos that future done right calm, if you’re curious about that.

 

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So this freedom of speech notion runs through the big tech companies runs through the coders and programmers, you know, we need freedom of speech enables us to write the code.

 

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But then they turn around with the other breath and they do something that’s really anti freedom of speech, which is like

 

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Well, we don’t like what they said that upsets, some people. Let’s just leave not only what they’re saying. Now, but we’ll go back in history, like you say will just completely wipe the digital representation as person out almost like they didn’t exist. I mean it’s it’s shocking.

 

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That that’s possible, right, I mean that that’s kind of that’s that’s type of stuff you would expect, you know, in a communist regime that you know you can just wake somebody out and forget the date system.

 

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Yeah, right. I mean, it’s kind of, it’s funny because then we talked about the GDP GDP are in the EU, and it’s the right to be forgotten. And now we are enforced for gun, you know, you’re just deleted. Adios amigo and

 

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Yeah i i i don’t really agree with Sean, I mean, I actually everybody that’s been banned, I think, you know, I don’t agree with those voices. I’m not those people, but

 

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I don’t know that I agree with just saying, hey, we can just silence them completely. I mean, if they have something to say, well, they have the right to say it.

 

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I mean, outside of hurting people. I mean, maybe there’s some. I mean, if they’re threatening people, you know, that’s when we should arrest them.

 

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Oh, hey, this person is on Facebook. They are threatening the life of this person. Well that’s that’s assault. That is a crime.

 

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Right. Um, go through our regular judicial system. Again, why is it that Facebook and Google and these other companies can

 

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Go and not be part, you know, like you said, the beginning with our forefathers, we set this up for a reason. So now, before, if you had a complaint, you had to go through all three branches. Now all of a sudden

 

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Jury judge executioner boom one shot and they don’t even need permission to do it. They can just do it on their own through internal memo. So this is breaking news Sean that just today.

 

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The EU has seized a whole bunch of Facebook privacy documents. So this story is just blowing, you know, this is getting bigger. They’ve got

 

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Inside documents talking about how Facebook is doing stuff with executives and they’re controlling privacy and all these other things. So this is going to develop over the next couple weeks.

 

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We see bad times ahead for these platforms and they’re going to have to, you know, they’re going to have to evolve with the times. Just like they created this movement. Now they’re the ones, subject to the next evolution.

 

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Right. I mean, they’ve become big and powerful, you know, and all. And a lot of these have been land grabs right i mean you know so you’ve got

 

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You’ve got Google that has autonomous vehicles. They’ve got Google search. They’ve got, you know, Gmail, they’ve got you know tentacles into Android and cell phone technology, they’re everywhere.

 

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Apple very similar, you know, reach Microsoft, you know, they’re in the phones now to they’ve got Microsoft Office 365 some challenges there.

 

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All these companies have huge wrap arounds where they’ve rolled other companies up they rolled out of their related technologies. They’re all over the space. And you’re right. So info players.

 

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And they become very powerful and the government’s now are waking up. I mean, they’ve been they’ve been asleep for a while.

 

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The government’s are starting to wake up and say, Oh my God, look how much power. They got arguably these five or 10 B tech companies have more power than most world governments, aside from maybe your top five governments, you know, China us you know EU

 

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You know, it can influence others the tech companies by have more power than, than the majority of countries because they control so much information so much data and so much economic power.

 

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And I think the big governments are starting to say, hey, we can’t let them get bigger than us. We can’t let them get more powerful than us because they can already start to possibly change our elections, they can start to influence how people think

 

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It’s a real power grab

 

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Yeah absolutely on, you know, on top of that, too. We have we’re talking mainly on the software side of things. There is a huge hardware issue. And this isn’t even just a

 

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big tech company hardware issue in the US. This is a global hardware issue. So we have

 

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Phones coming in from China that could typically could potentially have AI chips and surveillance chips that are feeding back

 

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We could have chips in apple that the government has planted in and that are being put in. So hey, any phone that goes into Africa apple. You now need to have this chip that surveilled

 

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Who knows, now we have these Facebook.

 

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Screens and Alexa things. And so from an international output. There is a major risk for a lot of these countries to be under complete surveillance and have back doors of whatever government is producing that

 

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So is also. So when you put these two together and just like you said with Microsoft and their hardware and software mixes.

 

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These power house companies. They’re going to have to be broken up from a global standpoint because it’s just not going to be allowed by some of these governments are going to say, no way.

 

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No way. We’re going to let 10 million devices into our country that now you can go and monitor us in real time and use AI and analytics. So basically controller. So

 

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One of my favorite books is the order for Chapter three of the Art of War talks about the sheet sword. So that’s like winning a war without ever taking out a sword.

 

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nobody dies you basically just do it through undermining you know the other general

 

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And the other sovereign. And so these are little tools that if you’re looking at a global like nominates that like I think China’s thinking about rushes thinking about the US is thinking about. So, this game has

 

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This cold war game from the 1950s has escalated, all the way to where we’re at now. And we do have these devices you know in our living rooms, you know, doing this. So very interesting, right.

 

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So as we close it. Oh, interesting. The Trojan Horse you know i’ve i’ve been hesitant to do the Amazon Alexa, because of the monitoring and everything else. Well, I ORDERED, I ORDERED a Kindle Fire

 

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So that I could watch some videos and read all my thing. And guess what Kindle Fire has Alexa built into it. So they Trojan horses and even though I was getting an Alexa, but now I’ve gotten Alexis.

 

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Enough for both of us your name and they listened all our shows so good.

 

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Yeah Alright folks. Our goal is to wake people up. I mean, this is big stuff. Hopefully you’re thinking more about social media and the communication and whether it’s a public necessity, whether we should be

 

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Providing open access to everybody, even if they have dissenting views. And I think that’s a common conversation we need to have these

 

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These, these are these entities are becoming big enough, they are quasi public utilities in my opinion.

 

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And I think we need to start thinking about them that way it will be like, even when we build these private highways and many states which have tolls attached to them.

 

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We still allow people to have access to them, you know, because they’re using public lands, they’re connected to public property.

 

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Very similar here, you know, we’re using public backbone of the internet, we’re using a lot of other stuff. This is a utility in my opinion.

 

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I do Sean, that’s a super short but very good art is the most intense mode of individualism, that the world has ever known. And that’s by Oscar Wilde.

 

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We expect a coming to the Renaissance where music and art and culture and poetry and all these things play a major role in the next life forward.

 

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