Facebook has saved the CIA millions of dollars; Twitter still worthless
CIA Director is astounded so many people would willingly publicize such private information
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WASHINGTON — Since Facebook was launched in 2004, it has replaced almost every CIA information-gathering program, saving the agency millions of dollars.
A CIA Director said the agency is astounded so many people would willingly publicize private information such as where they live.
“It is truly a dream come true,” he said. “They also post their religious and political views and alphabetized lists of all their friends.”
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CIA's 'Facebook' Program Dramatically Cut Agency's Costs