No Facebook — Ever
Thank God for Good Journalism
If you care about yourself, your family, and your world then you really need to get off of Facebook.
Among Facebook’s many crimes and ethics violations was an active campaign to addict children to spend more of their parents’ money on gambling-like games without them knowing.
I suppose we should have expected this from a guy who got famous making money from an app that let people rate other people’s faces.
What’s more disturbing is that it became successful at all.
What does that say about us?
[I actually don’t fault Zuck for this — even though he faults himself. He seems the most sincere of the billionaires out there. I think his company got away from him. And come on, we cannot judge most people by their priorities and wisdom from their 20s.]