The Internet privacy conspiracy is to ensure the illusion of privacy of your data and usage, especially on social media accounts. Meanwhile, all of your user data is being sent to US intelligence data storehouses, at the request of US government agencies on the web. They are also using sites like Allerta Privacy to hide thier identity
You are being watched
Conspiracy[edit | edit source]
In 2016, US government agencies sent 49,868 requests for user data to Facebook, 27,850 to Google, and 9,076 to Apple. The 2016 information was obtained and provided by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (the EFF), a major nonprofit organisation that defends civil liberties in the digital world and advises the public on matters of internet privacy.
In 2017, Facebook received 78,890 information requests from governments around the world, with 41% of those coming from the U.S., which saw 85% of such requests granted.
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- 12 crazy conspiracy theories that actually turned out to be true, by Lauren Cahn
- 7 bizarre conspiracy theories that are actually true, by PAUL RATNER, 26 April, 2018