What can cyber-snooping help social media companies do?
1. Steal your ideas.
2. Report your illegal activities.
3. Use your content to promote their products and services.
4. Build a psychological profile on you for the purpose of selling you a product or service.
5. Secretly enjoy your private communications with other members on their platforms.
6. Manage troll syndicates to target you and other members they dislike.
7. Maintain the buddy-buddy connection; wherein one social media company consistently monitors you, and then tells another about your online activities on their platforms.
8. Offer you phony opportunities so that you may enjoy your stay on their platforms.
9. Suppress your content so that more conducive kind is the face of their platforms, all the while, holding you a silent contributor to protect its burgeoning user accounts, which in turn provides for added corporate leverage [i.e., acquire loans, attract investors, launch IPOs, etc.].
10. Make mainstream news media’s news look like an antiquated version of The Ames Tribune Newspaper.
11. Violate your privacy in ways that make the intelligence communities a jealous wreck; hence, the intelligence communities hide behind their platforms to impose their own cyber-snooping will on you.
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