I noticed those tweets had few clicks, so. Ahem.
From a consumer POV, as people using "free" tools (ha, we're selling our attention to use Twitter, actually — they run ads), we can advocate for better regulation. The first step is to be informed of the alarming normalcy of our susceptibility.
T: You should have yourself control.
G: Yeah. […] You are bad person, but you have a supercomputer playing against your brain […]. And it will find your weaknesses. It's already studied the weaknesses of billions of people, it will find them.
We all have vulnerabilities within ourselves. They are the things that people told us and did to us when we were younger, the negative self-talk we give ourselves under stress, and even the cultural bruises we acquire when we feel out-of-place & unheard.
And then the text goes on with information about the levels of clued-in people are about the pollution they have.
watch your mind
and your emotions
and be vigilant
about knowing yourself & your values.
It's not good enough, but it is all you can do.