Due to the extreme content they have to filter on our behalf, the mental well-being of Facebook’s army of moderators is now finally being discussed.
Well, it’s official. Those who are looking to ride the back of the “like” to a life of wealth and fame are wasting their time. Sorry.
Consider everyone riding the #DeleteFacebook bandwagon in ill health, as one study believes we need Facebook for our well-being.
This week, we’ve discovered two things: Facebook has no control over itself and Congress has no idea how to police it. What we need is an impartial regulatory body and we need it now.
As I sat through Mark Zuckerberg’s “grilling” by the U.S. Senate, I learned something terrifying: no one knows anything.
Facebook claims that their much-maligned default facial recognition can be switched off, however, the timing of the announcement is suspicious.
The old days of duping the populace at gunpoint are over, as yet another country has blamed Facebook for subverting their democracy.
2017 finished with cryptocurrency and social media ruling the roost. But, in the spirit of “new year, new me,” governments all over the world are cracking down.
While the focus might be on shadowy Russian forces subverting the internet, three more familiar companies are very noticeably clamping down on free speech.
It’s a radical solution to a growing problem, but Facebook’s idea is certainly worth entertaining, even if it presents obvious problems.