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Facebook has cracked the TOR protocol, (The Onion Router,) to create a "vanity address," namely http://facebookcorewwwi.onion/ (This is not a normal link: you must use TOR to visit it.) This means without a doubt that Facebook has the ability to help governments, criminals, and hostile nation-states to uncover and expose Dark Web users https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facebookcorewwwi.onion https://lifehacker.com/facebook-unveils-a-tor-friendly-onion-address-for-ano-1654081929 https://www.facebook.com/facebookcorewwwi/ https://www.quora.com/How-did-Facebook-manage-to-create-the-vanity-URL-Page-on-facebookcorewwwi-onion https://darkwebnews.com/news/facebook-supports-tor-project-for-onion-sites-to-get-official-recognition/ Facebook accomplished this crack four years ago. How advanced is that company now with its corporate white-collar criminal hacking and cracking into others' private data and information?
Starbucks Sells to Nestlé the Rights to Offer Its Coffee in Stores for $7 Billion Perpetual rights. For a $78,000,000,000 company. Whoever was representing Starbucks in that deal is dead meat, and I mean dead. As in, that guy's life is over. Major corporate fraud. War. Militarily hostile foreign corporate takeover. Shareholders be damned. Customers be damned. Employees be damned. They stole the brand, just like a stolen car. And now they're parting it out and fencing it. We can't even vote individual shares of stock anymore, and they pull this kind of stunt on investors of American companies.