Is there a cover up surrounding Pentagon funding of Facebook’s psychological experiment?

Stop Making Sense

Paul Joseph Watson writes for Prison Planet:

‘Was there a cover-up surrounding the Pentagon’s direct funding of Facebook’s notorious mass psychological study in order to conceal the fact that the experiment’s true purpose was part of preparations to manipulate public opinion in times of civil unrest?  It now appears as though information indicating that the Department of Defense bankrolled the experiment was scrubbed from an online press release by Cornell University in order to hide the connection.

Here’s what we know for a fact to be true. Facebook’s mass psychological study, which proved that altering a user’s timeline feed was a successful method of causing emotional “contagion” to spread through the social network, was conducted in part by Cornell University’s Jeffrey T. Hancock, who was listed as one of the study’s authors.  Hancock is also involved with the Pentagon’s Minerva Initiative, which recently hit the headlines for its role…

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