Andrey (azangru) wrote,

I don't work at FB, but I listened to what he suggested (well, the first half) — and it's so bland, boring, and uninspiring! Filipinos use FB. A lot. (Well, they shouldn't should they.) Duterte uses FB to get elected. Sheeple act violently against someone who dares to question Duterte. Apparently all this is going to be the subject of the upcoming documentary A thousand cuts. Very little actual substance (such as concrete disinformation campaigns, how it's done, etc.). No proper technological discussion — either of the mechanisms of how FB works, or of alternatives to it. Is it worth begging to listen to?

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