“I think they’re being a little misleading.”
Who dares tread where even Facebook cannot go?
“I don’t want to have to vote to regulate Facebook — but by God, I will.”
Wonder how Facebook managed to miss this one
“Facebook is an idealistic and optimistic company …”
“You could’ve done all of this two and a half years ago.”
“We’re never going to sell your information.”
Facebook delenda est?
To announce a Captain Louis Renault app?
I certainly feel better now, don’t you?
“…who do you think should be deciding the rules?”
“This was a mistake…”
“They weren’t involved with us!”
And only once.
“You just feel gross. Like ew, I want to wash that off of me.”
What could go wrong?
“posts from Russia’s Internet Research Agency were a tiny fraction of content on Facebook, equal to one out of 23,000 posts.”
Free markets are just fine, even when mistakes happen.
A sad story, yes, but perhaps some selective sympathy
McCain signs onto Facebook transparency … whatever that means.
“There was even a Facebook group for animal lovers with memes of adorable puppies…”
So how does that work, exactly?
The art of angering … everybody.
“The vast majority of ads run by these accounts didn’t specifically reference the US presidential election…”
How “freedom-oriented.” Not.
Billionaires seeking protection from other billionaires
“…they are providing an important service we all rely on, and they wish they’d stop being demonized for it.”