LINKEDIN CENSORS AND DELETES ACCOUNTS THAT SAY THINGS THAT LINKEDIN'S SEX TRAFFICKING, BRIBE PAYING, TAX EVADING OWNERS DON'T WANT DISCUSSED. FAT REID HOFFMAN, AND HIS BUDDIES AT LINKEDIN, DO SOME VERY BAD THINGS WHEN THEY THINK NOBODY IS LOOKING.
HOW DOES LINKEDIN GET A PASS ON CRIMES BY THEIR VC'S AND EXECUTIVES? BECAUSE LINKEDIN CONTROLS THE NARRATIVE, THE INFORMATION AND THE IDEOLOGY
LINKEDIN, AMAZON, REDDIT, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, YOUTUBE, NETFLIX AND OTHER PALO ALTO VC FUNDED MEDIA COMPANIES HAVE AGREED TOGETHER TO CENSOR INFORMATION AND DELETE ACCOUNTS THAT DO NOT FOLLOW THE IDEOLOGY THAT THEY ARE PUSHING.
These companies are widely reported to be either CIA, Mossad or related spooky spy operations operating under the guise of consumer "social media". Whatever they are, they lie, manipulate and mass-abuse the public just like stinky spy operations might do!
THEY DO THIS BECAUSE THE PALO ALTO VENTURE CAPITALISTS ARE ALL PART OF THE SAME CARTEL OF SOCIOPATH FRAT BOYS WITH A TWISTED CONCEPT OF GLOBAL CONTROL! DO WHATEVER YOU CAN TO BANKRUPT THEIR COMPANIES IN SUPPORT OF YOUR HUMAN RIGHTS. THE "ANGELGATE SCANDAL", "NO POACHING LAWSUITS" AND MASSIVE NUMBERS OF OTHER COURT RECORDS PROVE THAT A COLLUSION CARTEL OPERATES BETWEEN SILICON VALLEY MEDIA BOSSES!
LINKEDIN DELETES OUR FRIENDS ACCOUNTS BECAUSE THEY POSTED NEWS ARTICLES ABOUT SEX TRAFFICKING AND BRIBERY BY LINKEDIN BOSSES!
Almost every Silicon Valley social media company that has received funding from Palo Alto's SandHill Road venture capitalists has an embedded staff associated with Standford University spy ops center: SRI. The "CARTEL" of social media censorship and political control is based out of SRI and IN-Q-TEL operations offices. They "help" guide the hiring of certain HR directors while will staff a Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Netflex, etc. with compliant kids who will do the bidding of the Eric Schmidt's, The Reid Hoffman's, The Larry Page's, etc. who report to the main Cartel bosses of digital media. In the eyes of these people: "Nothing must hinder their plan to control media and information to their view of the world."
The VC's and executives behind Linkedin, Uber, Reddit, Google, Facebook, Netflix, etc. LITERALLY believe they can control politics and public opinion by controlling all digital information, news, media and entertainment. In 2019, indeed, all digital information, news, media and entertainment must pass through servers that they, and their friends, own or control. Much of that technology was paid for by taxpayers when Arpanet, Darpanet, Siri, Spy Satellite Maps (Micheal Painter got Google's MAPS project approved by pitching it as "left-over CIA crap"..) and other core parts of those companies were built for government projects. The fact that the owners of these companies engage in mass sex trafficking, tax evasion, bribery, competitor attacks, and other crimes, should cause great concern to the public and the U.S. Congress!
Military-related technologies developed by SRI in the 1990s and 2000s include ground- and foliage-penetrating radar, the INCON and REDDE command and control system for the U.S. military, and IGRS (integrated GPS radio system)—an advanced military personnel and vehicletracking system. To train armored combat units during battle exercises, SRI developed the Deployable Force-on-Force Instrumented Range System (DFIRST), which uses GPS satellites, high-speed wireless communications, and digital terrain map displays.
SRI created the Centibots in 2003, one of the first and largest teams of coordinated, autonomous mobile robots that explore, map, and survey unknown environments. It also created BotHunter, a free utility for Unix, which detects botnet activity within a network.
The IraqComm system
With DARPA-funded research, SRI contributed to the development of speech recognition and translation products and was an active participant in DARPA's Global Autonomous Language Exploitation (GALE) program. SRI developed DynaSpeak speech recognition technology which was used in the handheld VoxTec Phraselator, allowing U.S. soldiers overseas to communicate with local citizens in near real time. SRI also created translation software for use in the IraqComm, a device which allows two-way, speech-to-speech machine translation between English and colloquial Iraqi Arabic.
SRI performed a study in the 1990s for Whirlpool Corporation that led to modern self-cleaning ovens. In the 2000s, SRI worked on Pathway Tools software for use in bioinformatics and systems biology to accelerate drug discovery using artificial intelligence and symbolic computing techniques. The software system generates the BioCyc database collection, SRI's growing collection of genomic databases used by biologists to visualize genes within a chromosome, complete biochemical pathways, and full metabolic maps of organisms.
Early 21st century
SRI researchers made the first observation of visible light emitted by oxygen atoms in the night-side airglow of Venus, offering new insight into the planet's atmosphere. SRI education researchers conducted the first national evaluation of the growing U.S. charter schools movement. For the World Golf Foundation, SRI compiled the first-ever estimate of the overall scope of the U.S. golf industry's goods and services ($62 billion in 2000), providing a framework for monitoring the long-term growth of the industry. In April 2000, SRI formed Atomic Tangerine, an independent consulting firm designed to bring new technologies and services to market.
In February 2014, SRI announced a "photonics-based testing technology called FASTcell" for the detection and characterization of rare circulating tumor cells from blood samples. The test is aimed at cancer-specific biomarkers for breast, lung, prostate, colorectal and leukemia cancers that circulate in the blood stream in minute quantities, potentially diagnosing those conditions earlier.
In September 2018, NSF announced that SRI International will be rewarded $4.4 million to establish the backbone organization of a national network.
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This support thread from LinkedIn proves that LinkedIn is monitoring and restricting views of your postings based on their own “Approved” political beliefs, and it explicitly says so in LinkedIn's own support thread.
Please share this with your network so we can put as much pressure as possible on LinkedIn to change this censorship policy.
The posts from the support thread are in chronological order:
It starts with me submitting a support request to LinkedIn asking why one of the comments on a posting I created was removed.
Auto-response from LinkedIn.
Some back and forth and submitting additional evidence of censorship.
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Here the LinkedIn support person admits that LinkedIn removed the comment and for a very disturbing reason ... LinkedIn does not allow discussions about certain "political beliefs", as of yet, unidentified.
So I asked for a list of those political beliefs that are not allowed on LinkedIn ...
A new LinkedIn support person takes over and completely contradicts all previous responses by LinkedIn. They also attempt to repeat a lie, even though the response was proven to be a lie earlier in the thread ...
At this point the LinkedIn support person abruptly closed the case, I reopened it immediately...
Then suddenly, for no apparent reason, the number of views on this posting went from almost zero, to almost 20 in a couple of hours. And this was weeks after it was originally posted, so the interest in the topic of the article had waned by that time.
The above graph tells me that after I caught them in the act of censoring my posts, LinkedIn subsequently changed some "view limiter" setting that allowed this post to receive more views. However I doubt they removed the limitation completely, given the censorship mentality revealed.
In this reply from Linkedin, they are not even attempting to pretend they do not have a censorship list based on political views.
They say the list exists and is internal and private!!!
They also say there was a "miscommunication" about the comment being deleted by LinkedIn. Since we already know that LinkedIn deleted the comment, I interpret this to mean that the support person was not supposed to tell me they deleted it.
Are we, the LinkedIn users, on some sort of super-secret double probation that only LinkedIn knows about?
Again the LinkedIn support person closed the case. Again I immediately reopened the case, and recognizing a dead end, I asked that my issue be escalated to the next support level.
And it appears that we will be discussing the list of disallowed political beliefs with a new LinkedIn support person soon ...
And it begins again ... sigh. The new LinkedIn support person attempts to disavow any knowledge of censorship at LinkedIn, and it is a person from the same group identified previously as the group who initiated the censorship!
I tell the new support person that censorship is not the issue anymore, it has been proven and acknowledged by LinkedIn. The issue is making the list of disallowed political views public so that LinkedIn customers know whether or not to express an opinion on these topics.
Another response from LinkedIn, another denial, kinda, sorta ... This time they admit to censorship "through automated tools", then deny the automated tools locate or remove content based on political views. OK, then on what basis are the automated tools removing content? Please provide that list of rules, that is all I am asking for!
Here I ask for the censorship rules for reviewing content associated with the automated tools referenced in the last response by LinkedIn Support:
Just when I think that LinkedIn support can't get any more despicable, they prove me wrong! They just got even more despicable, they closed the support ticket without response and without notification in the hope that I wouldn't notice and it would just go away. I NOTICED!
I reopen the case and ask it to be immediately escalated to LinkedIn Management.
In the latest response, LinkedIn Support completely ignores my request to escalate this to LinkedIn Management, and they do not address the fact they attempted to close the case without response or notification. Again they admit they censor content using automated tools but refuse to tell the LinkedIn users what the censorship rules are governing those tools. Again they close the case without resolution.
I reopen the case and identify the latest reply from LinkedIn Support as being not responsive to my request to escalate this case to LinkedIn Management. Again I request escalation...
This support case has been open for over a month now and LinkedIn support is ignoring it.
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Aug 30, 2018•Perhaps the craziest example of social media censorship: Facebook flagged as "hate speech" the Declaration of Independence on July 4 th and pulled it down, until the backlash hit. The very document that gave birth to our nation---which then gave us free speech, which the big tech companies thrive on---was pulled as "hate speech."
LinkedIn censored the profile and activities of a vocal critic of the Chinese government for users in China, in another apparent response to a censorship request from the government. Corporate fraud investigator Peter Humphrey, who is British and lives in the UK, was informed by LinkedIn in December ...
LinkedIn claims to own every user's profile, and puts self-serving restrictions on what information users can put in the profile. Not to mention the dangerous indemnity requirement. Ignore the weak ending that advises people not to stand on principle.
LinkedIn is not a bastion of privacy by any stretch of the imagination. It's a popular website for business networking, which means that it's easy to find online users and reveal their real-life location, work history, and other personal information to others on the web.