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.”
“This shows basic income is a bipartisan idea.”
“…the reach of known operations during the US election of 2016 was statistically very small compared to overall engagement on political issues.”
“We definitely don’t want to be the arbiter of the truth.”
The beast is already out of the cage
Recalling the man we lost.
When wokeness isn’t enough.
“…it seems like the plaintiffs are not directing their ire toward the proper targets.”
What could possibly go wrong?
Acceptance is the last stage of grieving
You don’t say. How… uninteresting
This is what we are talking about. And it has nothing to do with an algorithm.
“Facebook must answer these serious allegations…”
But consumers should break out of the hometown-newspaper mindset.
“There are rigorous guidelines in place…”