Mark Zuckerberg seems to be on his way to becoming one of the worst years in his more than ten-year history.
At the beginning of his reporting year on Facebook, Zuckerberg first wrote that his personal challenge was to focus on some of the key issues our community faces – whether this prevents electoral interference, the spread of hate speech and disinformation prevented. Make sure that people have control over their information and ensure that our services improve people's well-being. "Although he said he was" proud of the progress we made, "the Post gets less than 48 hours after a New York Times report has been illustrated. Many Facebook content delivery platforms on their platform are broken or broken ineffective.
To his advantage, Zuckerberg acknowledged the problem at the heart of some of Facebook's biggest problems: he's right He said that "addressing [issues on Facebook] is more than a one-year challenge," adding that on some issues "like electoral malfunctioning or malicious language the problems can never be completely solved ". Zuckerberg went on to list some changes to his product year that should mitigate harm. At this point, however, the contribution begins to gloss over that these are serious problems with potentially catastrophic consequences – and that they exist to a large extent because of Facebook. Zuckerberg also wrote that enhanced security measures work Make sure that "people have control over their information" and that changes have been made to prevent "that issues like what we saw today with Cambridge Analytica are not happen". However, this seems to ignore a number of Facebook's recent privacy scandals, not to mention destruction. Just last month, it was revealed that Facebook was considering selling user data. It also ignores the reality that user data is already available and that no number of improvements to the platform make this less worrying.
"I've learned a lot by focusing on these issues and we still have a lot," Zuckerberg said, adding, "I'm proud of the progress we've made in 2018 and thank everyone who helped us to come here.
That Facebook is broadly optimistic about its influence in the EU The world seems benevolently benevolent – history has shown that Facebook has immense power beyond what it can reasonably control.
his intentions are not good on Facebook.
[Facebook via Bloomberg]