There are some press comments that have been brought to my attention after yesterday’s hearing of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in front of two committees in the US Senate: The senators were “a little too old” for the 33-year-old Zuckerberg, it was said.
 “They understand ‘What’s up’, but not ‘WhatsApp’ ‘. “They   address privacy policy terms and tend to forget about the serious issue of Russian interference “, somebody wrote.
     While a Russian article said: “Zuckerberg had to answer for Russia “.

Zuck in the hot seat

  I listened for a while. The senator “Mr. Nelson” spoke slowly,
     but bluntly:
       “My personal information – is it mine, or Facebook’s  ?

 Yes, how would the senators, after the scandal with Cambridge Analytica, “rely on companies like Facebook to take care of the more personal and identifiable information” that they have access to ?

                How would the man on the street !?

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    Today, Zuckerberg will be heard by another committee in the Senate.

More critical press comment –  The Guardian
Less critical press comment – Techspot
History:  Bill Gates in the US senate 1998,  conserning Microsofts monopoly

 

“Jesus of Nazareth … Whom God hath raised up, having loosed the pains of death: because it was not possible that he should be holden of it.”

 

Fran dod till liv x

After viewing “Uppdrag granskning” (= Investigate Mission) – this evening’s broadcast on swedish television, which is already posted on Svt website:

 The question if the Palme assassination in reality was not a political murder, could better be taken into account from a certain point of view: What had happened if Palme had not been shot to death?

    In the mid-1980s: Major political changes were in progress.
    An example: How would Palme have come to terms with Gorbachev? Wasn’t there obvious prerequisites that the REVISIONIST ORIENTED Gorbachev and the REVISIONIST Palme – in the area of socialist thinking – could find a common, political language.

Palme o Gorby x

   What could it mean? Perhaps the Soviet Union didn’t have to dissolve.
   

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