They are the thought police aren’t they

The Most Revolutionary Act

Source: Julia Conley @ Common Dreams

At a tense annual meeting, Facebook shareholders added their voices to the outcry that’s been directed at the social media giant over its recent user privacy scandal and what some suggested has been CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s outsized control over the company.

“If privacy is a human right, as stated by Microsoft’s CEO, then we contend that Facebook’s poor stewardship of customer data is tantamount to a human rights violation,” said shareholder Christine Jantz.

Jantz was among the attendees who were incensed by the company’s voting structure,which grants Zuckerberg’s Facebook shares 10 times the voting power that investors have.

“Will corporate dictatorships support a strong, democratic government in these United States of America, or will they continue to seek short-term power and profits for the few at the expense of conditions that favor the long-term broader interests of all their shareholders and users?” —James…

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