I’m not seeing the learning curve though that is internally oriented. Only upon shaming (news stories or congressional hearings usually)

 I’m not seeing the learning curve though that is internally oriented. Only upon shaming (news stories or congressional hearings usually)
when there is a media outcry, they modify. They banned some historical pictures that had nudity and got publicly shamed so they changed.
They were manipulating daily newspaper feeds as experiments and continued until they were publicly shamed.
They were selling excessive data without informing us and continued until publicly shamed.
The awful moderation process that they were shamed into changing in 2017 that was causing mental trauma to people.
The 2008 federal wiretapping problem.
There’s an 800 lb gorilla problem here.
 Intentional neglect is knowing there’s a problem and doing nothing much about it.
They received complaints from people.
Do they address those complaints or ignore them until they’re called into Congress?
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“bullying a corporation”.
You can’t bully the powerful.
They’re launching satellites and laying underwater intercontinental cables.
They’re as powerful as a nation. Several nations.
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 Money talks. Facebook is as powerful as Turkey or Switzerland or Poland financially with far more flexibility than Turkey or Switzerland or Poland has.
How do you bully that? Public shaming is the ONLY thing that’s possible as there are very few laws governing them.
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