It's natural for Facebook's investors to want a return and they put monetisation at the top of their agenda. Curating your newsfeed was, is and will continue to be a nightmare and they compounded it by turning your behaviour into a commodity.
Lawmakers often tell me we have too much power over speech, and frankly I agree. I've come to believe that we shouldn't make so many important decisions about speech on our own
This should not have been a surprise to anyone, let alone Mark Zuckerberg. Lawmakers tell him they have too much power? Why isn't anyone at Facebook telling him that?
A fifth area has been missed here and that's disinformation . Be it politics or vaccinations, the spread of information that cannot be described as anything other than false is so harmful to us all.
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