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Apple only has a slightly more positive impact on society than Facebook



Technically Incorrect provides a slightly twisted interpretation of the technique that has taken over our lives.


Not as much as he thinks


James Martin / CNET

When I say "tech companies," the first thought in your head is, "Mine, how did you make society better?"

I'm just asking because of a poll released on Sunday asking 2,772 American adults which tech companies have the most positive impact on society.

Survey conducted by SurveyMonkey / Recode between the 8th and 9th of April gave some fascinating conclusions.

You'll be surprised Amazon topped it 20 percent of respondents voted it the most positive social contributor.

I would suggest that this would make contemporary Americans make things easier and cheaper than the most positive contribution to the society a technology company can make.

I'm more fascinated, however, that Apple received 1

1 percent of the vote, while Facebook received 10 percent.

And at a time when Facebook is being vilified in every layer of society the way up Congress is for its alleged negligence when it comes to your personal information.

While Apple CEO Tim Cook commented in a recent interview he would never allow his company to embark on the disgusting situation of Facebook itself because it was concluded it was a more moral society.

Apple and Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Amazon declined to comment.

Another conclusion from this survey is that there is a fair separation between which companies are really good for us. Or even to us.

Google finished second with 15 percent. Apple's 11 percent made it to third place. Strangely, Uber outperformed Netflix, Twitter, Snap, and, oh, Lyft.

What did these people think, I hear you cry. Or feeling, maybe.

Of course, you could also choose to take comfort in the replies of 20 percent of this 2,272.

You have selected all "none of the above".

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