Facebook is developing tools to read through people's private messages, Mark Zuckerberg manifesto suggests

The 6,500-word mission statement reads like a state of the union address, tackling everything from fake news to growing anti-globalization sentimentMark Zuckerberg has written a long-winded riposte to criticisms of Facebook and growing anti-globalization sentiment.The 6,500-word manifesto, posted to his Facebook page, outlines the challenges faced by the world and the measures that Facebook can take to address them. From climate change and pandemics to terrorism and inequality, Zuckerberg has a plan – albeit a vague one – for building what he considers a better future. Continue reading...

Facebook is developing tools to read through people's private messages, Mark Zuckerberg manifesto suggests

The social network is working on systes that will 'identify risks' by looking through communications, the essay sugested

Fri 17 Feb 17 from The Independent

Facebook’s Zuckberg Pens 5700-Word Manifesto On Fake News, Censorship And The Perils Of Isolationism

Are you looking for new reading material to keep you busy this weekend? If so, you might consider a 5,700-word manifesto written by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. It's titled "Building ...

Fri 17 Feb 17 from HotHardware

Will Facebook use AI to SPY on users?

In a leaked early addition of the manifesto, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook hinted that the firm would use AI to spy on users, in a bid to 'identify risks.'

Fri 17 Feb 17 from Daily Mail

Mark Zuckerberg pens major Facebook manifesto on how to burst the bubble

The 6,500-word mission statement reads like a state of the union address, tackling everything from fake news to growing anti-globalization sentimentMark Zuckerberg has written a long-winded ...

Thu 16 Feb 17 from Guardian.co.uk

Facebook plans customizable filters for nudity and violence

 Facebook wants to give you the power to define what is and isn’t objectionable, and influence the local defaults who don’t choose voluntarily. You’ll be able to select ...

Thu 16 Feb 17 from TechCrunch

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