Zuck says it best when he says nothing at all

The Facebook boss, Mark Zuckerberg’s latest blog post went to great lengths to tell us very little of value or interest. It’s time the social media giant cut to the chase

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
10th March, 2019

It was vague on time, details and efficacy, yet Mark Zuckerberg’s big announcement about Facebook becoming a privacy-focused platform attracted plaudits last week.

The Facebook boss gave no timeline on the switch beyond saying it would play out over a number of years. His blog post offered nothing in terms of clear actions the social network would take to become a different beast.

It was painfully bland. Yet first thing last Thursday morning,...

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