We often forget that, despite any good deeds by the American mainstream media (ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox, and MSNBC), there’s still a dark side that engages in starting cultural and class war wildfires. It’s an industry that, along with its extensive networks of internet and TV commercial partnerships, has a strong propensity to be mockingly antagonistic snoopers and will snoop on citizens in the privacy of their homes.
With what seems like little accountability to the U.S. government for its investigative motives and follow-on actions, the industry hides behind the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America to secretly collect highly sensitive information. On one hand, these intrusive investigations allow the industry to uncover secret information and reveal it to the public, but on the other hand, they can be investigations that compromise invaluable trade secrets, national security, business partnerships (tortious interference), and can cost corporations and governments tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions, or billions in losses.
It’s an industry that’s marred by sexual indiscretions and innuendos (seductive journalism). And lastly, but certainly not all of the industry’s shortcomings, our government has allowed the industry to be one that’s profit-based, a dynamic that creates an undercurrent for the industry to thrive on capitalism and immoral practices that are clearly hidden from the public’s view.
This may also interest you: “Cable TV Statistics in 2022 – Is Cable TV Dead?” And this: | “CNN wants to protect employment agreements but will disclose traffic incentives.” Incidentally, what is “incentivized traffic?” On another note, it’s ironic that CNN wants privacy while violating the privacy of so many citizens via its network and partnerships thereof. It’s funny as hell.
It’s so evil that it’s become one of the devil’s biggest tools to help promote the sins of humanity.