2019-07-23 | 准备转变

 

 

Facebook will pay $5 billion and submit to "government restrictions" in the largest-ever Federal Trade Commission settlement imposed for privacy violations.

 

Facebook将支付50亿美元,并服从"政府限制",这是美国联邦贸易委员会(FederalTradeCommission)有史以来针对侵犯隐私行为达成的最大和解。

 

NOW DO Facebook's Liberal Bias!

 

The settlement includes "government restrictions on how Facebook treats user privacy," Reuters and the Wall Street Journal reported citing sources familiar with the matter.

 

路透社和《华尔街日报》援引知情人士的话说,和解协议包括"政府对Facebook如何处理用户隐私的限制"

 

But neither report specifying what those restrictions might be.

 

但两份报告都没有具体说明这些限制是什么。

 

The FTC only narrowly approved the fine in a vote that came down along party lines, with Republicans voting for the fine, while Democrats did not.

 

联邦贸易委员会仅以微弱优势通过了这项罚款,投票结果符合党派路线,共和党人投票支持罚款,而民主党人没有。

 

The fine punishes Facebook for allowing as many as 87 million users' data to fall into the possession of political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica in violation of a 2012 FTC consent decree.

 

政治咨询公司CambridgeAnalytica因违反2012年联邦贸易委员会的同意令,允许多达8700万用户的数据落入该公司手中而被处以罚款。

 

Under that agreement, reached after Facebook had already repeatedly violated user trust by sharing data with advertisers and app developers, the platform pledged to obtain explicit consent before serving up users' private information to third parties.

 

根据该协议,Facebook已经多次违反用户信任,与广告商和应用程序开发商共享数据,该平台承诺在向第三方提供用户私人信息之前,必须获得用户的明确同意。

 

Nor was Cambridge Analytica the only violation the FTC uncovered: during the investigation, which began last March, the regulator found over 150 data-sharing partnerships with third-party corporations that saw reams of private data change hands without the knowledge or consent of the user.

 

剑桥分析也不是FTC发现的唯一违规行为:在从去年3月开始的调查中,监管机构发现,有150多家公司与第三方公司建立了数据共享合作关系,这些公司在用户不知情或未经用户同意的情况下转让了大量私人数据。

 

Even though the fine is larger by a factor of 100 than the next-largest FTC penalty for privacy violation, it's also less than a tenth of Facebook's 2018 revenue and a fraction of its $600 billion valuation.

 

尽管这笔罚款比联邦贸易委员会对侵犯隐私的处罚要高出100倍,但这还不到Facebook2018年收入的十分之一,也只是其6000亿美元估值的一小部分。

 

Many of the company's critics – including the two Democratic commissioners who voted against it – felt it didn't go far enough, pushing for the agency to actively rein in Facebook's abuses lest other companies follow its example.

 

该公司的许多批评者——包括投票反对它的两名民主党委员——认为它做得不够,要求该机构积极控制Facebook的滥用行为,以免其他公司步其后尘。

 

Facebook's legal troubles are far from over.

 

Facebook的法律纠纷远未结束。

 

Washington DC, New York and other states are suing the company over its numerous privacy lapses, including the data-sharing deals and unauthorized hoarding of users' email addresses.

 

华盛顿特区、纽约和其他一些州正在起诉该公司的众多隐私失误,包括数据共享交易和未经授权囤积用户的电子邮件地址。

 

Several members of Congress, including Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) and Mark Warner (D-Virginia), have proposed legislation to rein in Big Tech abuses.

 

一些国会议员,包括乔希·霍利(密苏里州共和党人)和马克·沃纳(弗吉尼亚州民主党人),已经提议立法控制大型科技公司的滥用。

 

President Trump just this week had a Social Media Summit, and why not.

 

特朗普总统本周刚刚举行了一次社交媒体峰会,为什么不呢。

 

Donald Trump is America's first President to truly embrace social media and use it to directly communicate with the American people.

 

唐纳德·特朗普是美国第一位真正拥抱社交媒体并利用它与美国人民直接沟通的总统。

 

So it was only natural that he would convene the first-ever social media summit at the White House.

 

因此,他在白宫召开会议是很自然的事情。

 

The overwhelming majority of summit participants – about 250 digital leaders, social media influencers, and members of Congress – aren't trolls*** and certainly aren't extremists.

 

压倒性多数的峰会参与者——大约250位数字领袖、社交媒体影响者和国会议员——不是喷子,当然也不是极端分子。

 

But the Fake News media continues to brand Conservative voices as such serves a purpose: to undermine their credibility.

 

但这样做的目的是:削弱他们的可信度。

 

***President Trump (The Puppetmaster) does in fact troll the Democrats and with great success, I might add 🙂

 

****事实上,特朗普总统(戏梦人生)确实在诋毁民主党人,而且我可以补充说,他取得了巨大的成功

 

Facebook Jail

 

脸书网监狱

 

Facebook in 2018 banned our former website BluePillSheep.com 21-times for a total of 27 weeks, in essence, they shut us down for half of 2018, and for what reason?

 

2018年,Facebook对我们以前的网站进行了21次禁用,总共长达27周,实际上,他们在2018年的一半时间里关闭了我们的网站,出于什么原因?

 

Despite, our pleading to let us know what we did wrong so we may correct whatever problem they had…

 

尽管如此,我们恳求让我们知道我们做错了什么,以便我们可以纠正他们的任何问题..

 

In spite of filing 10 BBB complaints…

 

尽管提交了10BBB投诉..

 

Facebook never explained why we were consistently sent to Facebook jail.

 

从来没有解释为什么我们一直被送进Facebook监狱。

 

In some cases after making just ONE POST upon getting paroled from FB jail.

 

在某些情况下,在从FB监狱获得假释后只发了一条帖子。

 

Amazingly, on January 1st, after creating BackroomBuzz.com and closing our former website, despite us writing, posting and doing the exact same things we did under BluePillSheep.com.

 

令人惊讶的是,在11日,在创建和关闭了我们以前的网站之后,尽管我们写作、发布和做着我们在bluepillsheep.com时期做过的事情。

 

We have received only one 24-hour ban through the first half of 2019?

 

截至2019年上半年,我们只收到过一次24小时禁令?

 

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