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Facebook has cracked the TOR protocol, (The Onion Router,) to create a "vanity address," namely

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

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?

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Ahh. A not-so-subtle threat of censorship in the New York Times. And I do mean a real threat of extreme torture for expressing unorthodox ideas.

Heretics. Like Jan Hus who was burned at the stake for his beliefs. Yes, we do have a problem of creeping Catholicism at the White House.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday ordered one of the biggest management shakeups in the history of the social network, giving more responsibility to his chief product officer and launching a blockchain division.

Blockchain = Bitcoin. Facebook is no doubt mining Bitcoin now. Bitcoin was invented by a rather eccentric Japanese man who is maybe in his sixties, carries a purse, and lives with his mother. A large quantity of Bitcoin, that is, a large fraction of all extant Bitcoin from its earliest inception is still owned by the founders of the cryptocurrency scheme. The Bitcoin scheme uses an iterated SHA256 hash as "proof of work" to secure the entire system.

However, such hash functions weaken on iteration.

A 256-bit hash has a probabilistic event space of

2^256 = 115,792,089,237,316,195,423,570,985,008,687,907,853,269,984,665,640,564,039,457,584,007,913,129,639,936

possible values. Theoretically, in an asymptotic sense, assuming "perfect" or "near-ideal" mathematical properties of the hash, each iteration reduces its event space by an approximate factor of 1-1/e, or about 0.63212. This is equivalent to a reduction of 0.6617284 bits for each iteration of the hash.

Thus a 256-bit hash is reduced in strength to 255.3383 bit simply by performing a second iteration on it. Iterating a 256-bit hash some 387 times would in theory be sufficient to asymptotically deplete the information-theoretic entropy of its event space to zero.

As the blocks are "chained," I am suspecting that the effect of information-theoretic entropy depletion due to the iteration inherent in the chaining allows older transactions to be reversed, altered, and forged.

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So what? Facebook can now see all the rapists, murderers, drug dealers, pedophiles, snuff site creators, satanists and do what? They're on the same team. The military made the dark web to cover its projects and intel. The government is responsible for all the human trafficking out there. Can they stop it? No. They can say they do but in the end in makes a lot of money for their black budget contracts. Corporations see humans as commodities. We are all barcodes in their system. I've talked to a lot of old hackers and they realize this. We are nothing but numbers in a complex algorithm all of us are too stupid to understand (the matrix). I am this close to cracking the code.

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The social(ist) media cartel, namely Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, et alia have gone adult and begun to offer internet dating, a.k.a. legalized online prostitution or sex-for-money.

I believe that such companies as Google and GoDaddy are with them, and see more money in vice than in "clean" everyday commerce.


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Facebook to ban 'deepfakes'

>>> The social media company said in a blog that these videos distort reality and present a "significant challenge" for the technology industry.

>>> While deepfakes are still relatively uncommon on the internet, they are becoming more prevalent.

>>> AI software creates deepfakes of people - often politicians or celebrities - by merging, replacing, or superimposing content on to a video in a way that makes it look real.

But the thing is, that while "deepfake" videos may be "banned" in the sense of having acquired a certain level of notoriety on Facebook, they are still showing up in America's collective-bargaining guilty-plea-only coerced-confession court system as prima facie evidence of the guilt of criminal suspects assumed to have been caught "red-handed" on video.

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