Infiltration of Big Tech

How the weaponized intelligence apparatus gained control of Silicon Valley.

Twitter, Facebook and Google are “Big Tech.” Combined, their social media platforms have billions of users and generate over a trillion dollars in revenue. They dominate information sharing and search engine requests. The “Twitter Files” have exposed how former intelligence agents infiltrated Big Tech and used this relationship to help pursue a radical-left agenda. Lee Smith at the Tablet wrote, “The resulting behemoth, still being built today, is a public-private consortium made up of [United States] intelligence agencies, Big Tech companies, civil society institutions, and major media organizations that has become the world’s most powerful spy service—one that was powerful enough to disappear the former president of the United States from public life, and that is now powerful enough to do the same or worse to anyone else it chooses.”

Read more at “The Radical Left’s Infiltration of Big Tech”

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