the Wall Street Journal publishes documents proving that the group is aware of the problems caused by its apps.
One survey per day. Since Monday, the Wall Street Journal multiplies the revelations on Facebook. A whistleblower transmitted to the American newspaper a series of internal and confidential documents which, put together, show that the group is perfectly aware of the problems caused by its galaxy of applications. Alerts come up from the teams, extensive research is being carried out by researchers employed by the American titan. Encrypted presentations are shared within the group. The most problematic elements go up in the hierarchy, sometimes up to Mark Zuckerberg himself. And yet. Each of the investigations carried out by the Wall Street Journal shows that nothing, or almost nothing, changes. This can be for fear of lowering engagement, a key metric for the group, or for fear that a change will hurt its economic activities.
It could also be because Facebook, a social network used by nearly 3 billion people
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