Not that this blog post targets any particular company per se, but what if I told you that snooping, the invasion of privacy, cyber-stalking, cyber-spying, cyber-mobbing, data suppression, and targeted advertisement can all be part of the same illicit systematic scheme, perhaps committed through a shrouded collaboration of government, corporate, and organized crime elements? So, those you’d least expect to engage in such heinous acts are oftentimes at the center of it.
This may also interest you: “Facebook, LinkedIn Face Class Action Lawsuit Over Alleged User Privacy Abuses” Accordingly, to what extent does or will the 1st, 4th, and 5th Amendments affect social media companies in America?
Truth be told, governments and corporations are trampling on Americans’ privacy by circumventing existing laws with advantageously designed policies. Or by engaging in nefarious-shrouded practices that are an outright violation of the law. As both citizens and consumers, Americans need to pressure Congress in ways that will reinforce and reassure their rights to privacy to the fullest extent allowed by the U.S. Constitution.