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Andrea Acquaviva

Andrea Acquaviva

Student at Fordham University
  • The entire situation has yet to be weighted. While a new chairman could potentially be beneficial for the company, we have to remind ourselves that true power comes from recognition first and foremost. Mr. Musk still remains (and probably will always remain) Tesla's father. People will still look whatever

    The entire situation has yet to be weighted. While a new chairman could potentially be beneficial for the company, we have to remind ourselves that true power comes from recognition first and foremost. Mr. Musk still remains (and probably will always remain) Tesla's father. People will still look whatever he has to say/write/tweet, and they will be influenced by his communications. We still have to observe and measure the actual changes that this decision may bring. While it's a start, it remains this: just a start.

  • This is honestly getting ridiculous. These requests sound more like political campaign.

    What would be the point of having him? What would even be the message? We would basically repeat the process of interviewing Zuckemberg all over again, and maybe hearing him repeat the same, exact things he's already

    This is honestly getting ridiculous. These requests sound more like political campaign.

    What would be the point of having him? What would even be the message? We would basically repeat the process of interviewing Zuckemberg all over again, and maybe hearing him repeat the same, exact things he's already said in five different versions. Why should Facebook agree?

    We keep hearing many people (or rather many governments) pushing the control agenda, but what I'm still wondering is: are we even sure that these strong positions are what we truly desire? Will it be enough? To me, the answer is no. It seems to me that Facebook, and social media in general are being seen as the major culprit, while we tend to forget there are still people behind it. I'm not contrary on regulations, but I'll be highly skeptic on whoever will try to activate them. From net-neutrality to plain censorhip; there are people we cannot touch, those who can make any kind of subtle decision and leave us watching them powerless.