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“Find out how Horry and Georgetown County locals are working to fix this below.”

Since August, Netflix subscribers are learning firsthand what high tech giants are taking down. High tech is removing a video that explains how they operate behind the social curtain.

The documentary, “The Social Dilemma”, exposes how social media users have actually become “the product” that Facebook, Next Door, (et al) sell to advertisers.

Once upon a time, advertisers sold products to consumers. Today, consumers are the product made available, at a cost per millions, to advertisers.

The program details how addictive and controlling the Frankenstein monster that tech carefully created has become.

The documentary pulls the band aid off and exposes the way all tech giants use something called Surveillance Marketing, as well as, push control AI to keep users addicted and on their platforms.

The platforms serve one overriding purpose, which is commercial use and study for high tech advertisers.

This past weekend, MyrtleBeachSC News loaded snippets of the documentary on all of the bigger tech giants’ different social sites.

Each tech giant individually took the post down.

To get a copy of our video by email, sign up at the location found on the HOME PAGE of our website. [looks just like this]

As Social media giants refuse to allow key snippets from the video uploaded, MyrtleBeachSC News will make our “solution focused” video available to all who use the “sign up form” located on our home page.

We will send a copy by email.

You can find Netflix’s documentary “The Social Dilemma” on its own platform.

In our video, we provide the solution that local neighborhoods are currently bringing to Horry and Georgetown Counties.

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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at MyrtleBeachSC.com

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