Keiser Report: ‘Tenant-farming’ our minds
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the reality that we are tenants on our own mobile and computer devices, farming our own lives for the ad revenue of a few giant corporations. In the second half, Max interviews Bill Ottman of Minds.com about the latest rage for deplatforming as the boycott theory is applied to social media. Max points out that facts are expensive and opinions are cheap, so corporate media will, naturally, continue down this path of hyper-partisanship. Minds.com is striving for a profile in which they cannot be evil, so it uses jury moderation and 100% audience reach without an algorithm to whittle them down. On Facebook, in comparison, users reach only 5% of their audience due to its algorithm.