The only place where I have a social media presence, is in this blog. I do not use Facebook, or tweeter, or any one one.
I use this and Instagram. And have a shell Facebook with a fake name for work.
Unconstitutional or not, I see red flag laws happening because it's "doing something" without necessarily restricting or banning anything.
08-29-2019, 10:04 AM
Instagram is Facebook.
Facebook knows you have both, even if they are under different screen names.
Your computer has unique characteristics that it delivers to each site you hit.
Those sites record your "signature" and cross-talk to each other when you hit another site.
It's similar to a DNA or fingerprint database.
Also, deleting social accounts does not delete the archived data. Social sites can go back years.
The way to avoid red flag laws is to refrain from ranting on social media.
Sharing cat videos is the way to go.
[Only registered and activated users can see links. Click Here To Register...] to see what your browser is telling the several sites you visit. It's the tip of the iceberg. Lots more is done behind the scene.
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