Wow. That’s a new nugget and points back to Facebook’s own knowledge/awareness at the executive level and hints to why Zuckerberg got so weird in testimony to both @SenatorCantwell and @aoc when asked about Thiel and/or Palantir. Will link my full thread below.
Nugget in this new Peter Thiel cover story book excerpt: Yes, Palantir did indeed partner with Cambridge Analytica (and worse!) and totally got away with lying to the press and public about it. Worth spending your 1 free monthly Bloomberg article on this. bloomberg.com/news/features/…
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Here is a deep link into the thread of deceptions on this where zuckerberg was asked.
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Here is the moment @SenatorCantwell asked Zuckerberg about Palantir. I noted then, it’s still the most bizarre body language by Zuckerberg during hearings. Only other time I saw it was 18 months later when @aoc also asked about timeline and discussions with Peter Thiel. /32
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And here is deep link to thread where AOC asked.
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The question dodging on timeline would continue until Facebook ultimately settled with FTC and SEC for over $5 billion. A few months later 10/23/19, while Zuckerberg testified to House Financial Services, @AOC took an opportunity to inquire again - apparently surprising him. /19
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So close to government national security also, not smart easy target hit for espionage
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After all their lying to the people and Congress and we doubted them, and now years later, we have the evidentiary receipts, I can't stop asking myself what if any limits does the entire Facebook leadership have? They will just say anything.
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Z’s only limit is how much money he can make. Oh he. An make money by doing something, he will. If he can’t make money by doing something, he won’t do it.
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And lying to Congress is illegal, yes?
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