FEBRUARY 11, 2021 11:17PM (UTC)

“In 2004, when Facebook was still known as “The Facebook,” very few people could imagine that the social media platform would hold as much power and influence as it does today. Similar to MySpace, people cast it off as a trend—something that would die with time, since only college students could use it. Now, Facebook is a misinformation tool that can sway elections, the company itself so powerful that many U.S. policymakers argue that it should be regulated by the government or broken up. And Facebook isn’t the only one.”

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