Facebook has given itself a sporting chance
In a clever bid to hold onto Generation Next, the social media giant now has skin in the game
The obvious thing to write about this week, after the Web Summit fiasco, was about giving platforms to proponents of the far right. But it turns out that a platform liked by such individuals, at least until recently, is doing something far more interesting that’s gone under the radar.
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