Facebook sent reporters covering their glasses launch a list of supposed "third-party" privacy and consumer groups that it consulted for the product. So I did some digging.— Ryan Mac 🙃 (@RMac18) September 9, 2021
FB funds at least 4 of the 5 groups. Future of Privacy Forum is one.https://t.co/SiK0mGd7P5
I've now confirmed all five groups were funded by Facebook.— Ryan Mac 🙃 (@RMac18) September 10, 2021
The LGBT Technology Partnership said in an email to me today: "FB provides corporate support currently and has provided corporate support in the past. In addition, FB sponsors our PowerOn Awards."
I love that since Robocop vs. Terminator was such a complicated license, the entire label had to be a solid block of legal text. pic.twitter.com/VtKKfPuw5M— Josh Fairhurst (@LimitedRunJosh) September 6, 2021
(Copies available at ebay.)
So, remember the power outage two weeks ago that torpedoed subway service shortly after a ConEd feeder dip in voltage? Preliminary reports released by Gov. Hochul indicate the two weren't related, and uh, this is weird. pic.twitter.com/RlMVPaxqWb— Second Ave. Sagas (@2AvSagas) September 10, 2021
Priyanka Chopra has sent me home because I couldn't get "the rainforest" to trend on twitter— JP (@jpbrammer) September 10, 2021
GOG rereleasing Star Trek Elite Force 2 reminds me how you could damage yourself ahead of cut scenes to AMAZING results.— Let's Game It Out (@letsgameitout) September 8, 2021
Like this clip I took like a decade ago that STILL makes me laugh pic.twitter.com/YypFWQ0gb5
Here's a funny story about walking slow in video games:— 🩸Hexavier🩸 (@xavierck3d) September 7, 2021
A certain Very Large Game Publisher once told the team I was part of that, to hit the proper metrics in terms of play time and story:gameplay ratio, we needed X number of times where the player walks slowly. https://t.co/eu9iOSzpkX
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