Concerns over user privacy, the continued spread of misinformation and strong-arm tactics to crowd out competitors have users -- and governments -- rethinking their relationships with Facebook.
Tackling the ‘conundrum of connectedness.’ An award-winning media critic on the advantages and pitfalls of living in an age of ever-changing technology.
- William Powers A two-time winner of the Arthur Rowse Award for media criticism and a former staff writer for the Washington Post.
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