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"Social media"
Group.png Facebook  
(Big Tech, Universal surveillanceCampfire Wiki NNDB Sourcewatch Twitter WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
FormationFebruary 4, 2004
Founder• Mark Zuckerberg
• Eduardo Saverin
• Andrew McCollum
• Dustin Moskovitz
• Chris Hughes
HeadquartersMenlo Park, California, US
Subgroups• Instagram
• WhatsApp
• Oculus VR
• PrivateCore
Interest ofCarole Cadwalladr, Frances Haugen, Project Veritas, Reclaim The Net
OwnersMark Zuckerberg
Member ofAtlantic Council/Corporate Members, Centre for European Policy Studies/Corporate Members, Council on Foreign Relations/Corporate Members, European Policy Centre, First Draft, Friends of Europe, Transatlantic Policy Network, WEF/Strategic Partners
Sponsor ofPoynter Institute, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, Kofi Annan Foundation, Rappler
Facebook/Oversight board
The world's most popular social network, with over 1,000,000,000 users in 2014.

Facebook is the world's most widely used social website. It has a great - and often poorly understood - ability to influence its users.[1] The first board member was Bilderberg/Steering committee member, Peter Thiel.[2]

Palantir CEO Alex Karp has asked people to consider "the value that facebook brings to society"[3].

George Soros has called Facebook a "menace to society" and a "near monopoly distributor" of information that should be regulated as a utility[4].


Facebook was officially founded on 4 February 2004, the same day that DARPA shut down the LifeLog universal surveillance project. The Facebook CEO was Mark Zuckerberg, at Harvard University.

The official narrative declares that Zuckerberg was a computer genius who coded the site himself. Another version has him as a front man for the US Deep state's DARPA-backed LifeLog project.

It stands to reason that data from Facebook feeds into projects like Sentient World Simulation or others of similar nature,[5][6] officially acknowledged or not. The initiative to predict behavior of populations goes back to counter insurgency planning after the second world war.[7][8]


Facebook failed to remove sexualised images of children - BBC News

VIPedophelia Hub?

Facebook was the target of a lawsuit in New Mexico for being a breeding ground for child predators, according to a 2023 lawsuit. The attorney general claimed his team made fake accounts of teens who were immediately found by predators and asked to perform and send pictures and images of them engaging in sexual acts, with footage of these acts being "10 times prevalent" on Facebook than porn sites.[9]

The AG of New Mexico explained in the lawsuit his offices also found that Facebook; "especially promoted child porn" to teens, even when the algorithm had no history of this Facebook user searching for this images; coupled adult child predators together and suggested closed off groups to new users, and found that Meta recommended kids joined unmoderated groups devoted to facilitating underage prostitution. The office of the AG went even further, and was not sanctioned on Meta's platforms after starting an account where a fictitious mother offered her 13 year old daughter to child rapists. [10]

BBC Investigation

In 2017 BBC journalists requested an interview with Facebook because they weren't removing child abuse photos. Facebook asked to be sent the photos as proof. The US firm says it has improved this system since an investigation by the BBC last year in 2016. That BBC undercover probe found "secret" groups were being used by paedophiles to meet and swap images. Information the BBC provided to the police led to one man being sent to prison for four years. To test Facebook's claim, the BBC used the report button to alert the company to 100 images which appeared to break its guidelines. They included: pages explicitly for men with a sexual interest in children; images of under-16s in highly sexualised poses, with obscene comments posted beside them;groups with names such as "hot xxxx schoolgirls" containing stolen images of real children; an image that appeared to be a still from a video of child abuse, with a request below it to share "child pornography". Of the 100 images only 18 were removed, according to the BBC. They included images from groups where users were discussing swapping what appeared to be child abuse material. When journalists sent the photos, Facebook reported the journalists to the police because distributing child abuse imagery is illegal.[11]


WhoWhatWhy reports that gatekeeping is a common phenomenon in Facebook, as editors reported regular manual intervention to add or remove particular news stories from the 'trending' news feed.[12]

Influence on elections

In May 2018, Facebook established a partnership with the Atlantic Council, an influential Washington-based organization that "galvanizes US leadership and engagement in the world together with allies”. The specific purpose of the partnership is to guarantee “the correct use of Facebook in elections around the world, monitoring disinformation and foreign interference, helping to educate citizens and civil society”.[13]


Full article: Facebook/Censorship
"Destructive behaviors" of trolls, as defined by an internal Facebook document

Facebook reported a 21% rise in takedown requests in the latter half of 2017, up from 64,279 to 78,890. The US accounts for 57% of all requests.[14]

"Fake News"

Mark Zuckerberg wrote in 2017 that "Right now, we're starting to explore ways to use AI to tell the difference between news stories about "terrorism" and actual terrorist propaganda so we can quickly remove anyone trying to use our services to recruit for a terrorist organization."[15] In 2019, Facebook complied with demands from the Singaporean government about labeling "fake news" as such.[16]

"Hate Speech"

On May 31, 2016, Facebook agreed with Google, Microsoft, and Twitter to a European Union code of conduct obligating them to review "[the] majority of valid notifications for removal of illegal hate speech" posted on their services within 24 hours.[17] In 2018, Breitbart News reported that "Britain’s police have stumbled into another public relations disaster after threatening to track down and prosecute Facebook users for ridiculing them."[18]

Frances Haugen

Whistleblower Frances Haugen, a former product manager on Facebook's civic integrity team, is testifying at an internet safety hearing on Capitol Hill.

Facebook's leaders know how to make their products safer but won't, she says

Full article: Facebook Files

According to whistleblower Frances Haugen Facebook "harms children, stokes division and weakens our democracy".[19]

Mass surveillance

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Facebook is recording a lot of data about a lot of people. Together with other social media, in 2016, Facebook "accounted for 43 percent of all traffic to major news sites. Nearly two-thirds of Facebook and Twitter users access their news through their feeds."[20] Hundreds of millions of Facebook profiles are reportedly for sale on the Dark Web.[21]

Data Harvesting

Brittany Kaiser, a staffer of Cambridge Analytica reported in April 2018 that over 87 million users' details were accessed by the company.[22]

Content moderation

A 2015 estimate put 1/3 of Facebook's entire staff as moderators, but Facebook claimed this was an overestimate - although without offering an alternative figure.[23]

The editor of Norway's largest newspaper found his Facebook feed censored after he posted the 1972 image of Kim Phúc running away from a US napalm attack. In an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg he complained that "First you create rules that don’t distinguish between child pornography and famous war photographs. Then you practice these rules without allowing space for good judgement. Finally you even censor criticism against and a discussion about the decision – and you punish the person who dares to voice criticism."[24]

Tracking of Users

Facebook admits to using the microphone to listen to users' environments, but has claimed that it does not record conversations.

Since 2012, Facebook has been "better understanding of our ecosystem" by encouraging users to report if their friends use the network under an assumed name.[2] Mark Zuckerberg has been consistent in his explanation of the plan to shareholders, a plan to be the middle-man in all personal communication.[25]

Documents leaked in 2019 suggested that "Facebook planned to spy on Android phone users, internal emails reveal".[26]

Edin Jusupovic revealed in July 2019 that he had detected "hidden codes" in photos downloaded from from the site, leading him to conclude that "Facebook is embedding tracking data inside photos you download".[27] In essence this is not different from North Koreas operating system Red Star OS,[28][29] which also changes metadata to track users and their connections to others offline.

Tracking of Non-users

In April 2015, after research bu Belgian privacy regulators, Facebook admitted that it was placing a cookie on "some" people's browsers, even if they were not Facebook users and had never visited the site. It claimed that this was due to a "bug".[30]


Since 2012, Facebook has been buying sensitive data about users’ offline lives from data brokers and combining this information with the online data it collects in order to sell this information to advertisers.[31]

Research on users

Facebook has the ability to surveil popular users in a finely grained and intrusive manner, including by mapping their motivations, frustrations and signals over the course of their usage of the site, reports Reclaim The Net in January 2022.

Facebook is used as a research tool by ordinary users, but the company itself also carries out undisclosed research on users. An internal document leaked in 2017 showed how by monitoring posts, comments and interactions on the site, Facebook can figure out when people as young as 14 feel “defeated”, “overwhelmed”, “stressed”, “anxious”, “nervous”, “stupid”, “silly”, “useless”, and a “failure”.[32]

Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg reportedly ordered employees to conduct "research"[33] on Soros following his remarks on the company at the World Economic Forum in 2018 . [34]

Emotional Contagion

Multiple experimenters have used data from Facebook to study 'emotional contagion', how mood is transferred between friends. It was announced in 2014 that some research was not merely observational, but involved investigations in manipulating users' moods through the skewing of data presented through Facebook. For 7 days, 689,003 users were presented with modified newsfeeds which included more or less "happy" or "sad" phrases from friends. The study concluded "that emotional states can be transferred to others via emotional contagion, leading people to experience the same emotions without their awareness."[35]

Face recognition

Facebook announced in 2014 that it has developed a program called "DeepFace," which can determine whether two photographed faces are of the same person with 97.25% accuracy - compared with a human ability of discriminating faces at about 97.5%.[36]

Research by users

In 2014, Matt Honan, a journalist for Wired magazine notes the effects of an experiment he tried out - "liking" everything which Facebook served up to him for 48 hours.[37]


In July 2021, Facebook announced a partnership with Logically, a UK-based fact checker that uses artificial intelligence.[38]


Since 2011, Max Schrems, an Austrian lawyer has repeatedly requested all information Facebook hold on him[39] arguing that under European law he was entitled to this. Multiple legal resubmissions later, on 2 December 2015, Schrems resubmitted his original complaint against Facebook with the Irish Data Protection Commissioner. He has set up a website at http://europe-v-facebook.org to promote his viewpoint.[40]

Funding the Integrity Initiative

The Integrity Initiative received £100,000 for research and education activities in 2018-2019. However, an essay from August 2018 on "Discernment" stated that “it seems every day we uncover information about how platforms like Facebook have used our personal data to target us with highly-tailored messaging that merges advertising for goods and services with political messages that reflect our interests and values through our online viewing reinforced by viewpoints we like and follow. This is exacerbated by a financial model that gives financial reward to content that is clicked and shared most widely.” [41]


An example

Page nameDescription
Document:How I Got Arrested and Abused at the G20 in TorontoToronto resident Tommy Taylor's extraordinary account of being arrested and caged at the G20 for 23 hours after joined in when a group of peaceful protesters sang "Give Peace a Chance". It is recommended for anyone trying to understand the nature of the police-state societies that are evolving across much of the western world.


Related Quotations

2021Wall Street and Central banks are trying to take ownership of nature and the global commons why we are being pushed into a virtual world, the "metaverse." These aren't isolated events, put the pieces together. "You'll own nothing and be happy" is the beginning, not the end.”Whitney WebbDecember 2021
Backdoor“Every year, we learn about some issue in WhatsApp that puts everything on their users' devices at risk. Which means it's almost certain that a new security flaw already exists there. Such issues are hardly incidental – they are planted backdoors. If one backdoor is discovered and has to be removed, another one is added”Pavel Durov5 October 2022
John Perry Barlow“The entity I envision would be small, highly networked, and generally visible. It would be open to information from all available sources and would classify only information that arrived classified. It would rely heavily on the Internet, public media, the academic press, and an informal worldwide network of volunteers--a kind of global Neighborhood Watch--that would submit on-the-ground reports.

It would use off-the-shelf technology, and use it less for gathering data than for collating and communicating them. Being off-the-shelf, it could deploy tools while they were still state-of-the-art.

I imagine this entity staffed initially with librarians, journalists, linguists, scientists, technologists, philosophers, sociologists, cultural historians, theologians, economists, philosophers, and artists-a lot like the original CIA, the OSS, under "Wild Bill" Donovan. Its budget would be under the direct authority of the President, acting through the National Security Adviser. Congressional oversight would reside in the committees on science and technology (and not under the congressional Joint Committee on Intelligence).”
John Perry Barlow2002
Big Tech“So one of the things that these five companies have done kind of masterfully is create these platforms that startups have to use to get to customers. So they all own these cloud-storage services. So Amazon is an example. If you want to store your media online - so, for example, all the movies that you watch on Netflix are actually stored on Amazon servers - so every time you use Netflix, Netflix is kind of paying Amazon for that kind of storage.

Yeah. It's surprising, first of all, because they're such different companies. You wouldn't really know - you wouldn't really think that they would have that kind of connection. And then they're also competitors. Netflix makes original TV shows and so does Amazon. And so, you know, in this way, Netflix has this dependence on one of its competitors. There are lots of different examples of this though.

There - you know, all app makers have to put their apps in the Apple app store or the Google app store. And when they sell in those apps, 30 percent of that money goes to Apple or Google. They all have to advertise on Facebook or Google to get customers because that's become the way to advertise on digital platforms. And so any new app - Uber, Airbnb, Netflix, all the other sort of smaller companies online - have to go through these five to get to their customers. And what ends up happening is that other companies succeed, but always these five benefit off of that success.”
Farhad Manjoo26 October 2017
Platformization“So one of the things that these five companies have done kind of masterfully is create these platforms that startups have to use to get to customers. So they all own these cloud-storage services. So Amazon is an example. If you want to store your media online - so, for example, all the movies that you watch on Netflix are actually stored on Amazon servers - so every time you use Netflix, Netflix is kind of paying Amazon for that kind of storage.

Yeah. It's surprising, first of all, because they're such different companies. You wouldn't really know - you wouldn't really think that they would have that kind of connection. And then they're also competitors. Netflix makes original TV shows and so does Amazon. And so, you know, in this way, Netflix has this dependence on one of its competitors. There are lots of different examples of this though.

There - you know, all app makers have to put their apps in the Apple app store or the Google app store. And when they sell in those apps, 30 percent of that money goes to Apple or Google. They all have to advertise on Facebook or Google to get customers because that's become the way to advertise on digital platforms. And so any new app - Uber, Airbnb, Netflix, all the other sort of smaller companies online - have to go through these five to get to their customers. And what ends up happening is that other companies succeed, but always these five benefit off of that success.”
Farhad Manjoo26 October 2017


Employees on Wikispooks

Nick CleggHead of Global AffairsOctober 2018
Donald GrahamLead independent director20002015
Robert KimmittLead Independent DirectorMarch 2020


Event Participated in

Call to Action: CSIS-LSHTM High-Level Panel on Vaccine Confidence and Misinformation19 October 202019 October 2020Strategic public-private master plan for medical censorship and vaccine persuasion.


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Document:I've Been Banned From Facebook for Sharing an Article About False Flagsarticle17 November 2017Caitlin JohnstoneCaitlin Johnstone's account of her Facebook censorship experience.


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28 September 2022Robert BrysonHow do you profit from an engineered economic decline and crisis? Simple really – acquire and give inside information to the hedge funders, who fund your leadership campaign!
Document:Lockerbie LiesArticlePan Am Flight 103
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Matthew Gannon
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12 July 2019Oliver TickellThe aggressive posturing of US and UK and the moves to militarise the Strait of Hormuz, taken together with US calls for regime change and other threats to the sovereignty of Iran, constitute a breach of UNCLOS Articles 19 and 39 and are thus unlawful.
Document:The Big Picture, Easter 2020Facebook postThe Establishment
Bill Gates
12 April 2020Michael BuergermeisterThe aim of the lockdown seems to be threefold: to destroy the economy, distract attention from the introduction of 5G and to terrorise the populace into accepting voluntary vaccination, which would be its death knell.
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Facebook on Wikispooks

 Has facebookDescription
"Independent Police Complaints Commission"https://www.facebook.com/IPCC-Independent-Police-Complaints-Commission-105248346269780/A group interested in complaints about the UK police
'Destiny'https://www.facebook.com/OmniDestiny/Started as video streamer, now is known for debating people.
'reallygraceful'https://www.facebook.com/reallygracefulytAmerican Youtuber with an interest in secret societies and mystery religions.
21st Century Wirehttps://www.facebook.com/21st-Century-Wire-182032255155419/A sound alternative news site.
911 Bloggerhttps://www.facebook.com/911bloggerA solid 9/11 truth website, running since 2005
AE911 Truthhttps://www.facebook.com/ae911truth/A high profile 9/11 truth group, including over 2300 qualified architects and engineers
AIPAChttps://www.facebook.com/AIPAC/A lobby which has somewhere between a lot of influence and "total control" over the US Government.
ASEANhttps://www.facebook.com/aseansecretariatEconomic union in Southeast Asia.
Abertay Universityhttps://www.facebook.com/AbertayUni/Abertay was the first to offer a degree in Ethical Hacking, starting in 2006.
Active Change Foundationhttps://www.facebook.com/activechangefoundation1Spooky charity that worked closely with the Institute for Statecraft on "de-radicalisation"
Activist Posthttps://www.facebook.com/activistpostDissident website started in 2010. "We encourage people to share our articles. You may repost our content"
Adam Smith Internationalhttps://www.facebook.com/adamsmithinternational.ltd/London-based consultancy charged with overseeing the overseas work of the Adam Smith Institute. Used by British intelligence services to train puppet police forces in the Middle East.
Gerry Adamshttps://www.facebook.com/gerryadams.sf/Former IRA leader who is also president of the Sinn Féin
Hannes Adomeithttps://web.facebook.com/hannes.adomeitSpooky German academic who headed up the German cluster of the Integrity Initiative.
Dirk Adriaensenshttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Dirk-Adriaensens/281276211898227
Agence France-Pressehttps://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish/The French-News-Agency is the world's oldest news organisation.
Tariq Ahmadhttps://www.facebook.com/LordAhmadofWimbledon
Saleyha Ahsanhttps://www.facebook.com/saleyha.ahsanA freelance reporter, film maker and A&E doctor with a Sandhurst background. She has traveled to conflict zones in North Africa and Asia and made films and news reports including Libya, Syria, Bosnia, Palestine, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. She appeared with "Dr Rola" in the controversial 2013 video shown on the BBC's Panorama news programme calling for humanitarian bombings of Syria.
Air Force Office of Scientific Researchhttps://www.facebook.com/afosrInvests in basic research efforts for the Air Force, in cooperation with private industry, academia, and other organizations.
Luke Akehursthttps://www.facebook.com/luke.akehurst.35Anti-semite, self-proclaimed “Zionist Shitlord”
Alba Partyhttps://facebook.com/AlbaPartyScottish independence party, trying to take over from the Scottish National Party, which has moved closer to the British establishment.
Anthony Albanesehttps://www.facebook.com/AlboMPAustralian prime minister
Alchetronhttps://www.facebook.com/alchetronA machine generated encyclopedia
All-Party Parliamentary Group against Antisemitismhttps://www.facebook.com/APPGAgainstAntisemitism/
Alliance for Securing Democracyhttps://www.facebook.com/securedemocracy/"A well-funded national security advocacy group"
Milton Allimadihttps://www.facebook.com/milton.allimadiFounder/editor of Black Star News, which broke the news of Sunny Sheu's murder.
Rosena Allin-Khanhttps://www.facebook.com/DrRosenaBritish Member of Parliament from the Labour Party.
Anne Alyhttps://www.facebook.com/anneazzaalyAustralian MP and terror expert
Amazonhttps://www.facebook.com/AmazonA monopoly/cartel online retailer with deep state connections.
American Economic Associationhttps://www.facebook.com/AEAjournals/
American Free Presshttps://www.facebook.com/americanfreepressUS weekly newspaper founded in 2001 which helped expose the Bilderberg.
American Freedom Alliancehttps://www.facebook.com/AmericanFreedomAlliance
American Historical Associationhttps://www.facebook.com/AHAhistorians
American University of Beiruthttps://www.facebook.com/aub.edu.lb/Prestigious US-run university in Lebanon
American-Turkish Councilhttps://www.facebook.com/American-Turkish-Council-331857977024030/timeline/Sibel Edmonds has presented evidence implicating this group in espionage
Hooshang Amirahmadihttps://www.facebook.com/hooshangamirahmadiofficialpageIranian American spook who attended Le Cercle.
Huda Ammorihttps://www.facebook.com/huda.ammori/
Nikolina Angelkovahttps://facebook.com/nikolinaangelkovaofficialWEF YGL Bulgarian Minister of Tourism
Richard Angellhttps://www.facebook.com/richardwangellRight wing activist in the UK Labour Party
Dominique Angladehttps://www.facebook.com/Dominique-Anglade-1893697624238721/Canadian politician, former Deputy Premier of Quebec, as Opposition Leader promoted the COVID-19 official narrative
Anglo Americanhttps://www.facebook.com/AngloAmericanuk/
Frank Anthonyhttps://www.facebook.com/Dr.FrankkAnthony/Guyanese Minister of Health from August 2020
Anti-Slavery Internationalhttps://www.facebook.com/Anti-Slavery-International-46852258376/
Antioch Universityhttps://www.facebook.com/AntiochMidwest/A US private university with multiple campuses
Aamer Anwarhttps://www.facebook.com/mohammed.anwar.7330
Safia Aoudehttps://www.facebook.com/aoude
Apoluthttps://www.facebook.com/apolut/German-language independent media
Arab Human Rights Centre in Golan Heightshttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Al-Marsad-Arab-Human-Rights-Centre-in-Golan-Heights/1430895697124379Human rights organisation that operates in the occupied Golan Heights.
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