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“Social media has created an artificial pecking order and manufactured consent on the definition of status. The more fans, friends or followers you have the higher you are in the pecking order, and the greater your status.”
The Toxic Impact of Quantifying Every Aspect of Our Liveshttps://medium.com/@skooloflife/the-toxic-impact-of-quantifying-every-aspect-of-our-lives-92cca4e8448fWhen we start seeing people as numbers, we’ve voluntarily chosen to quantify or our humanity.
MySpace turns 15: Looking back at a pre-Facebook world – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/news/myspace-memories-15-years-later-facebook-social-media/?ftag=CAD1acfa04&bhid=27170905380744054130315685538756It was a much simpler time back in the day… “Your first friend Tom. Top 8 drama. Take a look back at the most popular social networking sites before Facebook.”
No, venting your outrage on social media does not mean you did something.
Facebook is under fire and may face fines — again — for potentially mishandling users’ data – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/06/04/facebook-is-under-fire-and-may-face-fines-once-again-for-potentially-mishandling-users-data/?utm_term=.a5c5bd18f223Facebook’s arrangements with Amazon, Apple, BlackBerry and Samsung that allowed their devices to access data from the social network’s users could further expose Facebook to steep fines and other penalties.
European lawmakers told Mark Zuckerberg they could regulate — or break up — Facebook – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/05/22/zuckerberg-european-parliament-facebook-testimony/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.da7dec2dfcd2Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is set to field tough questions Tuesday from European policymakers who are investigating the social network’s recent privacy mishaps.