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I mentored Mark Zuckerberg. I loved Facebook. But I can’t stay silent about what's happening

I mentored Mark Zuckerberg. I loved Facebook. But I can’t stay silent about what's happening

I am really sad about Facebook.

I got involved with the company more than a decade ago and have taken great pride and joy in the company's success … until the past few months. Now I am disappointed. I am embarrassed. I am ashamed. With more than 1.7 billion members, Facebook is among the most influential businesses in the world. Whether they like it or not–whether Facebook is a technology company or a media company–the company has a huge impact on politics and social welfare. Every decision that management makes can matter to the lives of real people. Management is responsible for every action. Just as they get credit for every success, they need to be held accountable for failures. Recently, Facebook has done some things that are truly horrible, and I can no longer excuse its behavior.

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