Steven Levy's Facebook delivers on expectations as it dives into the inside story of the tech giant and the people behind it
Sixteen years can seem like an eternity in the tech world, yet Facebook has managed to remain relevant despite all the zillion privacy scandals. All this, while ensuring it continues to remain a profit-generating machine. Veteran technology journalist and Wired’s editor-at-large Steven Levy explores just this journey in Facebook: The Inside Story.
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Facebook acknowledges former executive's criticism; states that it was a "different company" six years back
The ex-employee had stated that he felt "extreme guilt" for having co-created Facebook, that is "ripping apart the social fabric of how society works."
Facebook encourages short term, dopamine-driven feedback loops that are destroying society: Ex-Facebook VP of user growth
Palihapitaya expressed guilt at playing a part in developing the tools that allowed Facebook to exploit human behavior.