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JEWEL Aug 23
no
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Nathan Cooper Aug 23
It’s inevitable that something like that will come in at some point. One company can’t have that much power and think they can forever survive untouched
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Dermot Cox Aug 23
ya cant beat a good ould Statist commie they need their own propaganda machine .People of the UK dont let him do this .
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jeff Aug 23
The government would probably not do a good job at all
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NeسreeN👩‍🚀🦋 Aug 23
Wow against !
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Alex Pepper 🐸 Aug 23
What people fail to realise is that the Facebook logo may as well say Police
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Max Zorinius Aug 23
Exactly.
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Max Zorinius Aug 23
Facebook shot itself in the foot by judging what is and isn't good taste. It's essentially the 'pubic square' where everyone should be free to speak. Change is inevitable.
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Daniel Bruce Aug 23
I personally think Jeremy Corbyn not only drastically over estimates the U.K. government’s ability to deliver software projects but he drastically underestimates how difficult convincing people to rebuild their social circle on another network would be. Look at Google+. Sigh...
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Max Zorinius Aug 23
Public I mean.
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Ingrid Aug 23
Replying to @dannybster @TechCrunch
Well, everything waxes and wanes but yeah, no guarantee of what ends up resonating, or what a critical mass converges around. I say it's important to pitch all kinds of ideas and see where we get...
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DazGH Aug 23
ridiculous idiot
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Ingrid Aug 23
😬
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Max Zorinius Aug 23
Sorry, that was a mistake.
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Daniel Bruce Aug 23
Agree about proposing ideas but I also would like a level of due diligence to have been carried out before pitching them (one of the biggest problems in politics imho). This seems a knee jerk idea that’s not been considered further than “we need a public Facebook competitor”.
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omambala Aug 23
Imagine the data mining by the authorized and unauthorized alike. 😶
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manuel Aug 23
Government spying has a much better sound than government using my data to sell me stuff....what could go wrong??!!
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Warren T. Carrigan Aug 23
So this is going to be a social media platform controlled by a government? How could anything bad happen from that?
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hide.me VPN Aug 23
That isn't really a viable solution, but I am sure it's more pie in the sky more than anything.
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