The hackings don’t know economical and influential borders. Shhh. Wake up CEO Dorsey.
The antithesis to a symbiotic relationship continues to fester within the digital wonderland, as users of social networks endure forced transparency and eagerly exchange personal information tidbits for interactive frenzy in order to achieve instant gratification prompted by the empowering anonymity of a garbled screen name. The gods of the electronic domain are benevolent only to the extent of controlling and facilitating the ceaseless flow of sensitive data to third party organizations and rogue vendors, so that the F***book timeline of John Smith of anywhere, USA, but known on the internet as “Hajiburkasocks9&9” can be processed, packaged and delivered in exploiting the naive spirit of social media manifest destiny. At least that is how it is supposed to work in a vacuum.
The creators of the pixelated reality never envisioned, or would never readily admit to the devious scam, that a criminal and disruptive element would organically emerge within the software infrastructure composed of billions of lines of code. At certain times vigilant, and yet overwhelmingly existing as a syndicate for unabashed financial gain and piracy, the hacking community represents a schizophrenic entity which is part unofficial police force, an ever present nuisance alternating between both sides of the moral ledger, and a counter-balance to aggressive and meticulous campaigns of monopolized inequality. However, the latter personality only emerges when the coffers funding bribes measured against the entire economy of a second world nation, dissipates throughout the internet ether as swiftly as a cryptocurrency exchange being completely liquidated following Chun-Lu Boris pressing the F5 key.
Silicon Valley tycoons are reluctantly arriving at the realization, with the stubborn fervor of a techie willing to balance gaming with dating life and the traces of a burgeoning extrovert , that the separation between billionaire idealist and the atypical social networking account holder is possibly measured in suburban blocks rather than relativistic distances spanning the proximity of the known universe. Fittingly, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was subject to a masterfully orchestrated performance of computer hacking skills emanating from the realm of where the late and great Paul Linde and E.T. coalesce to hunt for pure maniacal chaos, reports the BBC news. The top honcho at the digital clucking community endured a similar fate to the a healthy percentage of his test subject end users, as his personal tweeting wall was hacked and tagged with malicious graffiti, in almost earning one of the world’s most powerful individuals a place in e-jail. However, unlike the baleful customer service experience faced by the tens of thousands of account holders everyday in negotiating the overwhelming angry seas drowning futile attempts to regain control of the digital extension of personalities hacked by bandits, the Dorsey saga concluded within minutes, but reaffirmed the precarious wild nature of bot-monitored deregulation.
As the threshold of addiction to reaffirmation(s) and the coddling instantaneous validation continues to collect dust and is barely recognizable under the light speed exponentially massive conglomerate of information overload and stored data, society does not stand a chance. Asking the obvious question in response to the harrowing experience witnessed by the dear leader of Twitter is, well, painstakingly complicated, and the aversion to facing the truth is dishearteningly telling. Billions of years after the first subhumans inadvertently crafted instincts into defiance against the elements, the stubborn trait still persists, but in the absence of the continued struggle for existence. Sadly, faced with an and/or choice between a smartphone loaded with the most innovative and interactive apps and friends, the average member of the younger generation would choose the device, and in the wake of this reprehensible mentality, and in an blink of the eye, the tax payer money allocated towards public education is sucked out of a gaping hole of a trans-pacific 747, falling as a maudlin tattered ticker tape rain shower over the emptiness and solitude of the open ocean, never mind the casualties. The echo of a victory parade and participation trophies is lost under the ceaseless bombardment of waves and associated sea creatures, both subjects, stymied by such a wasteful display of ignorance and intolerance.
Proper culture has promoted the idea of “the now” over critical thinking skills and lateral applicable abilities, yet it is just that difficult and tedious to identify and realize that when one signs their life away as any renegade electronic consumer does, the law is simply applicable.
Read the BBC news story here.
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