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Facebook blocks Israeli ‘brainwashing’ company ‘The Spinner’

Facebook blocks Israeli ‘brainwashing’ enterprise The Spinner that claims to be able to ‘unknowingly’ influence people’s behavior by bombarding them with fake items

  • “Spinner claims to be able to” unconsciously “influence a person’s mind
  • Offers courses that a person can buy to bombard them with fake content
  • Facebook has banned the company from both its site and Instagram

Facebook has blocked an Israeli start-up called The Spinner from its platform amid concerns about the company’s attempts to “brainwash” users with fake items.

The Spinner claims to be able to “unknowingly influence” someone’s mind by bombarding him with misleading messages disguised as impartial editorial content.

The social media giant objected to the company using Facebook and Instagram and banned the company and his boss from the sites for every purpose.

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Spinner (photo) claims to be able to 'unconsciously' influence someone's mind by bombarding him with misleading messages disguised as impartial editorial content

Spinner (photo) claims to be able to ‘unconsciously’ influence someone’s mind by bombarding him with misleading messages disguised as impartial editorial content

Spinner courses include encouraging a friend to recommend, encouraging parents to buy a dog, and quitting smoking / drinking

Spinner courses include encouraging a friend to recommend, encouraging parents to buy a dog, and quitting smoking / drinking

Spinner courses include encouraging a friend to recommend, encouraging parents to buy a dog, and quitting smoking / drinking

The co-founder and chief operating officer of the Spinner, Elliot Shefler, revealed to the BBC this will not stop the company from carrying out its mission.

He also refused to exclude Facebook in the future.

The Spinner is a site that offers customers the opportunity to purchase a lot of items in the hope of brainwashing another person.

For example, a set of ten items can be purchased for $ 79 and are aimed at persuading a person’s wife to “initiate sex,” according to the Spinner website.

Other campaigns include a series of articles designed to encourage a friend to recommend, encourage parents to buy a dog, and persuade someone to stop smoking or drinking.

Some of the campaigns that The Spinner offers are more morally repulsive, including targeting your own partner to convince them to enter into a polyamorous relationship, with articles such as “How Polyamory saved my marriage.”

Some of the courses offered by the Spinner are more morally repulsive, including focusing your own partner on a polyamorous relationship, with articles such as “How Polyamory Saved My Marriage.”

An article titled “Four Tips to Help You Get Your Divorce Out of Court” is cited as an example from the campaign designed to trick your dissatisfied spouse from continuing the divorce.

Facebook’s law firm Perkins Coie sent a letter to Mr. Shefler to complain about his practices, the BBC reports.

“It looks like The Spinner uses fake accounts and fake Facebook pages to” strategically bombard “Facebook users with advertisements,” it says.

“These activities violate Facebook’s terms and conditions and advertising policy. Facebook requires that you immediately stop this activity. “

Facebook says the ads have now been removed, but Spinner claims it has posted on Facebook for more than a year.

WHAT IS THE SPINNER?

The Spinner is a company that offers various courses designed to influence certain people in specific decisions or behaviors.

A fee ranging from $ 49 – $ 79 ensures that ten items are passed on to one person.

Some of the courses offered by the Spinner are more morally repulsive, including focusing your own partner on a polyamorous relationship, with articles such as “How Polyamory Saved My Marriage.”

The article entitled “Four Tips to Help You Get Your Divorce Out of Court” is cited as an example of the course designed to trick your dissatisfied spouse from continuing the divorce.

A series of things that Spinner claims to be able to brainwash include:

  • Go back with your ex
  • Ask for marriage
  • Start sex
  • Give your child a dog
  • Move to the city
  • Go to the countryside
  • Arrange your divorce out of court
  • Accept the sexual orientation of a person
  • Quit smoking
  • Become polyamorous
  • Find a boob job
  • Stop motorcycling
  • Do not do drugs
  • Stop drinking alcohol
  • Become a vegetarian
  • Resign
  • Don’t divorce
  • Drive carefully
  • Lose weight
  • Stay in school
  • Accept a game obsession
  • Accept cannabis addiction
  • Avoid phishing

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