"“I think we will dig through this hole, but it will take a few years,” Zuckerberg said. “I wish I could solve all these issues in three months or six months, but I just think the reality is that solving some of these questions is just going to take a longer period of time.”Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s future, fake news, and Russian mischief - Vox
But what happens then? What has this past year meant for Facebook’s future? In a 2017 manifesto, Zuckerberg argued that Facebook would help humanity takes its “next step” by becoming “the social infrastructure” for a truly global community.
Remarkably, Facebook’s scale makes this a plausible vision. But it comes with a dark side: has Facebook become too big to manage, and too dangerous when it fails? Should the most important social infrastructure of the global community be managed by a single company headquartered in Northern California? And does Zuckerberg’s optimism about human nature and the benefits of a connected world make it harder for him to see the harm Facebook can cause?"
Monday, April 02, 2018
Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s future, fake news, and Russian mischief - Vox
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