Comment: Zuckerberg’s TikTok moves will not impress young users
The timing of the Facebook chief executive’s lobbying against the Chinese company seems cynical in light of his plan to launch a rival function on Instagram
Optics matter – anyone paying attention to the news over the last week or so in Ireland could tell you that. But Mark Zuckerberg might need a reminder, given the latest controversy in which he has needlessly landed himself.
A speech given by the Facebook chief executive last autumn, in which he warned about the threats to privacy caused by TikTok, the Chinese social media app that has exploded in popularity worldwide over the...
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