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Everything bad about Facebook is bad for the same reason

By Quartz

In June 2016, Antonio Perkins unintentionally broadcast his own death to the world. It was a sunny day in Chicago, and he was sharing itRead full story

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  • Adaora Udoji
    Adaora Udoji

    Piercing and important analysis. A must read.

  • Whitney Gallagher
    Whitney Gallagher

    This is a very important article on current issues dealing with the harms of just how connected we should or should not be. There’s always a line, morally, and Facebook needs to realize where it would be and step up when the time calls for it. Using the example of the Nazi on trial for his crimes and how he just did not taking humanity into consideration because his focus was on a greater purpose is very dangerous behavior and not far from the mentality of Mark Zuckerberg.

    “Absent human considerations

    This is a very important article on current issues dealing with the harms of just how connected we should or should not be. There’s always a line, morally, and Facebook needs to realize where it would be and step up when the time calls for it. Using the example of the Nazi on trial for his crimes and how he just did not taking humanity into consideration because his focus was on a greater purpose is very dangerous behavior and not far from the mentality of Mark Zuckerberg.

    “Absent human considerations, Facebook will continue to bring thoughtless, banal harm to the world”

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