Julia Carrie Wong in San Francisco
Former Facebook executive: social media is ripping society apart — Chamath Palihapitiya, former vice-president of user growth, expressed regret for his part in building tools that destroy ‘the social fabric of how society works’
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Former Facebook exec says network is 'destroying how society works' — Another friend turned enemy.
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Facebook slams former exec Palihapitiya, saying it 'was a very different company back then' — Facebook on Tuesday rejected claims by former executive Chamath Palihapitiya that the site is "ripping apart the social fabric of how society works."
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Former Facebook exec: Social media is ripping apart society — After listening to Facebook’s former vice president for user growth, Chamath Palihapitiya’s talk he gave recently at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, you’ll probably think twice about your social media use (via the Verge). The entire talk is well worth a watch, but...
Facebook responds to criticism that the network is 'destroying how society works' — Apparently, they only used to destroy it. And it's not just Facebook.