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How to make gazillions spreading misinfo with algorithms like Facebook

“How to make gazillions spreading misinformation with algorithms like Facebook” – Dr. Evil

Spreading misinformation is a money making scheme. Just ask Dr. Evil* His secret guide explains (along with real examples) how to make gazillions spreading spreading misinformation with algorithms. You’ll learn in this parody how: Where the social media platforms make money? What is an algorithm? How to design them to make more money? How to …

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Invest in roads, bridges, trains, clean water and better supply chains.

Want better roads, safer bridges or faster internet? Invest in infrastructure.

Invest in the things that improve the lives of all Americans. Infrastructure. Republicans spend billions on bombs, but refuse to investing in fixing roads and bridges. They complain about the need for better education, but refuse to invest in building schools and broadband internet. What gives? Shouldn’t your tax dollars these Republicans are spending go …

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Use WiFi spots to provide free internet access and build double opt-in contact lists.

Build double opt-in contact lists the smart way

When they go low by denying internet access to suppress voters, go high with free internet hotspots to help voters and build contact lists at the same time. Black, brown and Native American communities; poor rural and urban areas suffer from a lack of internet connectivity. This hold them back and makes it harder for …

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Fight the connectivity poll tax that blocks poor voters by canvassing in disconnected communities

Fight the connectivity poll tax that disenfranchises poor voters

Connectivity is a poll tax that stifles voters in Black, Brown, indigenous and rural communities who cannot afford to get online. “Poll taxes were essentially a voting fee used to keep African Americans from voting in southern states. Eligible voters were required to pay their poll tax before they could cast a ballot. In 1964 …

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