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InsideFacebook'sTwoYearsofHell

Tiffany Pham
Tiffany Pham Founder & CEO, Mogul
9mo New York, NY, USA Story

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  • Tiffany Pham
    Tiffany Pham Founder & CEO, Mogul
    9mo ago New York, NY, USA

    What do you think of this story on Facebook?

    What do you think of this story on Facebook?

  • Celine Yan
    9mo ago

    I thought this was a great article that goes incredibly in depth about a lot of the internal debates and conversations within Facebook, and the company's decision making in adapting to the progression of technology. It would be impossible for Facebook to stay as a social media platform while having such strong involvement in advertisements and businesses. The more people who utilize Facebook, the bigger Facebook's responsibility and role is in order to define what "Facebook" really is. Its current motto is "bringing the world closer," which has been challenged already by politics and opinions on the company itself (algorithms). 


    All of these difficult issues and drama are bound to arise the more people engage with Facebook, and because the company has such a large presence both in and out of the tech industry, leaking into journalism, politics, businesses, etc., it no longer can take a safe route without damaging or offending opinions. I really think Zuckerberg cares a lot about what Facebook has become, and is deeply contemplating what the next step for Facebook should be to amend what happened in the past two years. His move to shift over the algorithm to prioritize family and friends over businesses is his first step, and while businesses protest and some users disagree, in order to protect the greater users from "side effects" of the media/fake news and from events over the past two years, Facebook will have to reconsider its mission from a different POV, not just as a social media platform.

    I thought this was a great article that goes incredibly in depth about a lot of the internal debates and conversations within Facebook, and the company's decision making in adapting to the progression of technology. It would be impossible for Facebook to stay as a social media platform while having such strong involvement in advertisements and businesses. The more people who utilize Facebook, the bigger Facebook's responsibility and role is in order to define what "Facebook" really is. Its current motto is "bringing the world closer," which has been challenged already by politics and opinions on the company itself (algorithms). 


    All of these difficult issues and drama are bound to arise the more people engage with Facebook, and because the company has such a large presence both in and out of the tech industry, leaking into journalism, politics, businesses, etc., it no longer can take a safe route without damaging or offending opinions. I really think Zuckerberg cares a lot about what Facebook has become, and is deeply contemplating what the next step for Facebook should be to amend what happened in the past two years. His move to shift over the algorithm to prioritize family and friends over businesses is his first step, and while businesses protest and some users disagree, in order to protect the greater users from "side effects" of the media/fake news and from events over the past two years, Facebook will have to reconsider its mission from a different POV, not just as a social media platform.

  • namisha
    namisha Inquisitive, Avid Reader, Food Lover, Amateur Chef, Digital Sensei
    9mo ago New York, NY, United States

    such an insightful story.


    such an insightful story.



Tiffany Pham
Founder & CEO, Mogul

Forbes 30 Under 30. Business Insider 30 Under 30. Elle Magazine 30 Under 30. Tech Executive. Film Producer. Book author. Arts philanthropist.

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