According to the data from the experiment so far over a million people changed their facebook profile picture with the rainbow filter in support of gay "marriage".
It was used as a psychological tool for testing and collecting data on users that would be influenced by movements from others. There is further data collection servers focused on seeing how long it will also take the users to later remove the filter too according to MIT network scientist Cesar Hidalgo.
The red line in this Facebook graph shows how actions that deemed risky spread differently online. In cases like the marriage equality meme that took place in 2013, more people are likely to take part, the more friends they have, as shown by the number of exposures in this graphic
Pictured is the spread of membership in LGBT Facebook Groups across the US. By setting up its own tool to let people filter their profile picture, the concern is that Facebook is able to get an unprecedented insight into how to influence people's views, such as their support for same-sex marriage.
The conducted survey was able to operate by bypassing consumer data privacy violations through the above method and able to conclude that people were largely followers of whatever their friends and mainstream social media presented
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I am going to say something that many of you are going to disagree on. I think homosexuality is wrong. I'll tell you why. No not because of religion, I'm an atheist. So before you jump and point the most favorite word these days, biggot, at me... hear me out.
Homosexuals claim it wasn't a choice, correct? Let's agree and say it was not their choice and they were born this way.
We, as human beings, have evolved over thousands of years. And we were built to hunt and kill one another, to steal each other's food to survive. Do we act on impulse, kill our neighbor because we were born this way? Do we steal and say we were born this way? No, we don't. And those who do are punished. Why? Because it's wrong. If we were born to rape, do we act on impulse and rape? No, we don't. It is wrong. Pedophiles are claiming that they are drawn sexually to children and that it too wasn't their choice (and let's say they are right and it's a mental disorder), do we let them have what they want because it too wasn't their choice? No, it's wrong. Should a person have sex with an animal because they're drawn to it and they can't help themselves? No, it's wrong. It's called... Self control.
Most STDs come from anal sex, because it's wrong (whether with a man or a woman). That's mother nature saying "Nope.". Aren't we thriving to find cures for diseases and prevent from spreading them? Yes, it wasn't their choice they are drawn to men. But they -chose- to act upon their desire. The same way some people choose to smoke. But we see so much advertisement against smoking even though smokers have an actual addiction to nicotine and really can't help themselves to leaving. Still, we do not promote smoking.
The bar has sunk so low. Soon, we will see more activists of people like pedophiles or necrophiles who will use the same arguments homosexuals have used "it wasn't their choice" to legalize their perverted desires. Thanks to the media, we became very used to seeing homosexuals on TV, like in modern family, that we become very tolerant and accepting of the idea. Yes, we were softened up over the years and we finally accepted it. Pedophiles will use the same tactic. We already see it in shows like family guy in a funny way with that old man and chris. It seems every one has forgotten the meaning of self control.
In short, we -all- have desires. Some are born with desires that are wrong. Luckily, our brains have evolved enough to make us identify right from wrong.
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