Just a few weeks ago it was revealed that the FBI

center_img A service requires daily work, most of it less than exciting. And there is no end to it. The contribution – the gift – requires a specific and limited expense of time and passion. Zuck: Dumb f*cks Anything you run through a free service goes beyond your control, immediately and permanently. These companies are monetizing your life, and the lives of your family and friends. Again, you are the product, and they’re selling you to anyone who will pay. No one really runs a service for free. The same thing goes for smartphone apps, by the way. They give them to you for free, or for almost free, and they also sell your life to anyone who will pay. The primary purpose of most apps is to spy on you. Read their privacy statements sometime. “Nothing Bad Will Happen” This is said every day, as it has been by more or less all the victims of history. I’m not for walking around in fear of course, but if you grab at “free” products, you are stepping into a trap. If you don’t know the price in advance, you’ll be charged anyway (in this case, by having your life sold), and you’ll overpay. And bad things do happen, as they did to Brandon Raub. Is ‘saving’ a couple bucks really that big a deal? Paul Rosenberg FreemansPerspective.comlast_img

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