4 Steps Facebook Should Consider to Repair Its Post-Cambridge Analytica Reputation

Opinion: The beauty of the social network is not only the data, but also the two-way dialog

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Let’s face it, no one wants to be in Mark Zuckerberg’s Adidas slides lately. The co-founder and CEO of Facebook appeared before Congress last month to answer questions on how the company handled user data and privacy, in addition to being accused of connections to efforts that undermined democracy and created cultural divisions—pretty heavy accusations for a brand whose mission is to “build community and bring the world closer together.”

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