Facebook is facing "difficult tradeoffs," ones that can't be fixed in a year, writes the CEO.
It's not hard to understand why Mark Zuckerberg loves the empire-consolidating Augustus Caesar.
The 3,300 word note Mark Zuckerberg published Thursday about Facebook's approach to election interference contained some surprisingly frank insight into why Facebook has made some of the business decisions that it has. For example, Zuckerberg shared that he considered banning political ads all together (but decided against it). And that he was only opening up the platform to certain researchers...
He may be the most beleaguered and mistrusted CEO of any major tech company, but if an enormous new profile of Mark Zuckerberg makes one thing clear, he’s not as dumb as Twitter’s CEO.