Mark Zuckerberg

Total 17 Posts

Facebook’s new anti-fake news strategy

Facebook is like a megaphone, as such, it can be useful tool for those looking to spread misinformation. Unfortunately, the social media company has a depressingly incompetent strategy for tackling fake news.

Silicon Valley wants to read your mind

The mind-reading systems by Facebook and Neuralink could affect our privacy, security, identity, equality and personal safety. Do we really want all that left to companies with philosophies such as that of Facebook’s former mantra, “move fast and break things”?

Facebook is becoming a country

Facebook’s entrance into the financial industry, by launching its new digital currency (Libra), is a threat to democracies and their citizens around the world. The threat is on the same scale as disinformation and information warfare.

Facebook's Libra currency set for 2020

After several weeks of rumors, Facebook has officially announced that its much-anticipated cryptocurrency, Libra, will be launched in 2020. Libra already has the backing of 27 organizations so far who are said to each be investing $10 million.

Millions of Instagram user passwords were stored in plaintext

Millions of Instagram user passwords were stored in plain text, Facebook admits.

Facebook admits it accidentally uploaded 1,5 million users’ e-mail contacts

Another privacy related saga as Facebook admits to accidentally uploading the e-mail contacts of 1,5 million users without their consent.

Facebook’s privacy pivot

CEO Mark Zuckerberg's claimed intent to focus on privacy will be hard to execute, will not happen soon and does not address major concerns about the company's role in society.