The secrets of Google and Facebook

I have recently opened a entry talking about YouTube services since it was acquired by Google.

In the same entry the partner Rayonant He leaves us this video about the secrets of Google and Facebook.

The video is subtitled in Spanish:

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  1.   dwarf said

    Well I must say that reason is not lacking ... Not at all in fact. Although the problem of choosing any kind of alternative service that does not match those of a company ends up leaving some things quite useless.

    For example, if I decide to use a completely anonymous email client and Jabber, my android is practically useless ...

    And there you have the problem, the price of freedom in many cases is losing functionality, so we need to work more on this aspect.

  2.   electron222 said

    Interesting = O

  3.   Windóusico said

    I knew that video and it is certainly unfortunate that they show us an Internet on demand, hiding the things that presumably do not interest us. But we can avoid that good-natured censorship with a few tricks.

    1.    Flavian said

      please what couple of tricks?

  4.   Thirteen said

    In another of your articles, I expressed my opinion on these issues that many of us not only worry about, but also outrage us. So I'm just writing to thank you for spreading this kind of information.

    Although you also have to be careful not to fall into paranoia and delusions of persecution that feed other interests that are equally opportunistic (conspiracy theories, fanaticisms, et al).

    In any case, it is terrible that all knowledge, fun and communication through the internet must be conditioned to give up your privacy as a human being.

    And in a lighter tone, who would see you as troll and creepy as a whole blogger contributor to <'Linux hehe.


    1.    Thirteen said

      PS You have a terrible use of commas. If you continue like this, the RAE will take away your license as an unknown and unofficial copyeditor. Hehe

      1.    Courage said

        But here they were not necessary, in other articles they were