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Facebook’s Flawed DNA

“When it comes to fighting misinformation, Facebook doesn’t have a technical problem. It has a problem of will and resolve, which is deep-rooted in the questionable set of values the company is built upon. The good news: it can be reversed. The bad news: not with the current management of the company.”

Frederic Filloux

The Full Story

My Thoughts

Filoux is so often, so right, that I find it hard not to link to his words

…. What Are Your Thoughts?

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