Facebook and Google created formulas to improve their profits

Facebook and Google have created ‘shut door’ policies for their clients in order to boost their own profits. Facebook charges ego-type characters large sums of money to boost their articles and other kind of posts.

With this formula they overrule personal overdraft restrictions, so they are able to charge bank accounts to the max. The banks operate as partners in crime, when they cooperate and charge the accountholders an additional overdraft penalty fees.

Google Chrome just overtook the browser market with 31% share. IE holds 30%, Mozilla 10% and Opera 5%.

Cyber News 2014.

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