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Live constitutional conversations and debates featuring leading historians, journalists, scholars, and public officials hosted at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and across America.

Live at America's Town Hall National Constitution Center

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Live constitutional conversations and debates featuring leading historians, journalists, scholars, and public officials hosted at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and across America.

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4.6 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

joeyb1717 ,

Great input with Facebook, Twitter, and Google Litigation

Alright upon what I wrote in my book that has yet to be published, I feel that Hugh Hughley said it “dead on” about what Mark Zuckerberg illegally did by selling customer profile content and passwords over to Foreign Nations in order to gain advertising revenue was completely fraudulent activity that needs to legislated on behalf of The U.S. Constitutional Ethics Code Law that enables people to have privacy of content protected much in the same way Steve Ballmer initiated two-way factor authentication to PROTECT CITIZENS PRIVACY much in the same way Steve Jobs and William and Melinda Gates portray. Zuckerberg has violated every code of privacy and security of every U.S. citizen who established an account on his Facebook Inc. platform, including myself, family, and real friendships that were not construed on People You May Know who are from foreign countries.
This does not protect and citizen and is in violation of The U.S. Constitution law.
Action needs to be done to show that Facebook Inc. should be placed in a probationary status and upon further lawyer discourse should be exonerated above any measure so to not display, sell and as @TheJuanWilliams plainly states in addition to Hugh’s comment, should not sell people’s clicks. As Peggy Noonan states that people have no say in what content they want and have control over in viewing and people are gathering data that may not be true from Google that in return doesn’t do anything but track all that you visit, click, buy, sell, or who amongst you have as contacts. It’s hackable apps serve no purpose in Apple Inc.’s devises whatsoever because the app information spies and preys upon innocent people’s locations, preferences, and foreign nations buy the existing customer cellular data information and sell it for capital gains to these foreign nations’ dark pool and black market hacks. Sundar Pichai is going to have to elaborate how he makes his profits capitalize for the customer accounts he has inherited through his paid rankings system that he adopted by having users pay for ad space that is triggered by buying additional web optimization in order to be listed at the top of the Google (Alphabet) Search Engine in order for his customer to gain further access to their given website domain.
Google is more than likely going to have to sell its YouTube content with all of the sexual content that’s on the website.
Twitter is run in a rather different fashion that neither hurts or harms anyone but Jack Dorsey runs Twitter Inc. much differently than that of Facebook.
With that all being said, you can see the millions of people this has affected through government access, which clearly is unconstitutional and needs to upheld in court abruptly in order to preserve constitutional protection of “ALL UNITED STATES CITIZENS” under Constitutional Amendment Provision.

HistoryHeg ,

Constitutional Disneyland

Episodes on all things Constitution from all sides.

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Perspective Building

This podcast, along with its sister podcast 'We The People', has been a valuable tool for informing my opinion, and building my understanding of the constitution, topical political and social issues, and U.S. law. I never miss an episode.

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