The recent Senate hearing in Washington, D.C. by Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg has drawn an interesting video analysis.
But when you pair this up with Galloway’s briefer dive into his prior analysis of similar testimony Zuckerberg’s, the shifting sands of the changing narrative of Facebook comes into focus.
The video that follows sum’s up what L2 Founder and New York Stern University’s Scott Galloway’s concerns are about what’s been said, and how it contradicts prior statements and reports.
Given hours of testimony and the numerous topics that were raised, Galloway hones in on disconnects and their implications.
(0:41) “Facebook’s Fake News: Mark Zuckerberg Rejects ‘Crazy Idea’ That It Swayed Voters,” The Guardian, November 2016. http://bit.ly/2eOsoDZ
(0:41) “Facebook Showed Russia’s Election Ads to 10 Million People,” The Verge, October 2017. http://bit.ly/2xbdouH
(0:41) “Russian Influence Reached 126 Million Through Facebook Alone,” The New York Times, October 2017. http://nyti.ms/2zrGjeu
Galloway is on expert record on tech and believe that big tech needs to be broken up, because they aer monopolistic.
He and others are saying that doing so would bring more “oxygen” into the economy, he’s said. ## (News, analysis, and commentary.)
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