The Facebook senate hearing was a show for anyone that understands that Mark Zuckerberg’s entire business operation is to collect data. All major tech companies are doing this. Information and data collection is the new gold-currency.
The Facebook hearing was full of senators asking for favors and the need for Artificial Intelligence to scan content at a faster pace.
Nothing is going to happen to Facebook or other major tech companies. In fact, data collection is only going to get more intrusive.
Isaiah 32:7 – The instruments also of the churl are evil: he deviseth wicked devices to destroy the poor with lying words, even when the needy speaketh right.
Oath a Verizon Company To Scan All Emails, Photos and Text Messages and Share Them to Third Parties
This morning I login to my yahoo account to check my mail and I get a pop up. Like most, I normally do not read the lengthy terms and conditions – but since the Facebook senate hearing exposed that Mark Zuckerberg was selling data to Cambridge Analytica, a third-party data firm, I decided to read this new notice on Yahoo.
Yahoo Email New Privacy and Term:
Yahoo is now part of Oath, the media and tech company behind today’s top news, sports and entertainment sites and apps…
How we collect and use data… by analyzing content and information when you use our services (including emails, instant messages, posts, photos, attachments, and other communications), linking your activity on other sites and apps with information we have about you, and providing anonymized and/or aggregated reports to other parties regarding user trends.
Oath and its affiliates may share the information we receive with Verizon.
We also combine data among our services and across your devices. This will provide you with better personalized services and features across your devices and Oath accounts.
Where Your Information Is Being Collected and Shared
Verizon, like all other tech giants (Facebook, Google, ATT, Etc…) is looking to track, analyze and sell data of any and everyone he can in order to make a profit.
The companies that Oath will be sharing your information with includes Verizon, Yahoo, AOL, Huffington Post, Tumblr, Techcrunch and RYOT (a company dedicated to Aerial Video, Virtual Reality and 360-degree cameras).
The movie “The Circle” told the population exactly what these tech giants are doing. Please pay close attention:
Oath for Good is the Company Motto
Sounds a lot like Google’s “Don’t Be Evil” motto, huh?
Oath is all about – Building. It’s not just about brands for us. It’s about building a better world, too. We put those words into action by investing in women, future leaders, and underserved communities around the globe, and by inspiring our people, partners and audiences to join us. Let’s do something good together. – READ MORE
In their “about Oath” section they go on to say “Oath. It’s a promise, a vow, a commitment to do something important.”
Their goals are to
1- Put Consumers First
2- We Before Me
3- Raise the Bar
4- Speak the Truth
5- Create What’s Next
6- Right Not Easy
7- Call to Action
8- Commit to Inclusion
Sound’s kind of like a socialist utopia doesn’t it?
They are selling intrusion into people’s lives by making it trendy and cool. They have famous athletes, musicians and actors selling this to people. A few of famous hipsters include: Serena Williams, Tamika Catchings, Ciara, Chuck D, Carla Harris, Karlie Kloss, Rickie Fowler, Joey Logano, Zac Posen, Abby Wambach, Regina Wilson, Russell Wilson — 12 bada** trailblazers we call our Oath Board of Advisors.
Oath Needs Jesus Christ, Not More Technology and Money
Corporations are greedy. They are in business to make money. If the people who run this corporations do not have Jesus Christ there is nothing but evil going to be brought about from their wicked enterprise.
Job 5:12 – He disappointeth the devices of the crafty, so that their hands cannot perform their enterprise.
As I was getting ready to embed the “Amazon Takes Over the World: End Times Prophecy Documentary” I received a notice from YouTube telling me that it is tracking my every move (not that I care, I barely use technology unless it is to make a documentary or to share news).
This is what people get when they can not live without technology. No privacy.