Manipulating public opinion the hi-tech way
July 12, 2017
Operating as virtual mind police, influential leaders of some of the world’s most recognized companies are using their online presence and real estate to manipulate public opinion so that their agendas and ideals are the ones that are heard – and the ones they oppose are the ones that are silenced … or altogether eradicated.
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