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Facebook is all about Smearing Google

Discussion in 'Gaming general' started by vettacossx-alpha, May 16, 2011.

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  1. vettacossx-alpha

    vettacossx-alpha Midnight Mage Member


    Jim Goldman, one of two executives dealing with Facebook’s public relations, is behind the damaging lies about Google and their privacy practices. This just comes as a tip of the spear which has been known as “faceless face-booking.” People around the world are becoming more and more fed up with Facebook and their practices yet they still stay on the site as avid members. Why is this? Who knows the real reason. Maybe people are just too lazy to write letters or pick up the phone when they want to know what someone else is doing.

    John Mercurio, Goldman’s sidekick, is the other “mastermind” behind the cloak-and-dagger scheming but their plans have fallen through. Most people that have withstood Facebook say the same thing. The media conglomerate is nothing but a global money-making sham.

    The truth about all this is that Goldman should look in the mirror. His bio at Burson-Marsteller says that he “obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Ethics in Political Journalism and Political Philosophy from Brown University.” The only problem is that there are no colleges in the United States, or the world for the matter, that offers a major in that field. They only offer “concentrations” in that area of study. In fact the field doesn’t even belong to a department.

    It is kind of crazy to think someone would have went through all that trouble to learn about the ethics of journalism only to fail miserably at it in the real world. In fact, his smearing of Google proved two things; he fell short of the journalistic norm and he failed to follow the industry’s ethics code.

    But there is good news for the two ethics-violating execs. Burson-Marsteller is giving them some “extra training” on the subject as a means of correcting their recent misguided attempts to make themselves look better. Maybe Goldman won’t be charged for those credit hours, but then again maybe he should.

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