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A Future With Less News | The New Republic

Alan Rusbridger’s account of his time at The Guardian illustrates the possibilities and limits of journalism in the digital era. “I think news is incredibly important to society and democracy,” Mark Zuckerberg told a group of editors and media executives in May. The Guardian and its sister newspaper, The Observer, had reported two months earlier …

Facebook’s Very Bad Month Just Got Worse | The New Yorker

Who could have imagined that a creepy little app that scoured Facebookfor pictures of women in bikinis might be the instrument that skewers the behemoth social network? Who, that is, besides Facebook executives and their lawyers? Until a little over a week ago, the company had successfully sequestered internal e-mails, which were …

The Decline and Fall of the Zuckerberg Empire

Do we need Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg isn’t the first person in human history to draw inspiration from Augustus Caesar, the founder of the Roman Empire, but he’s one of a very few for whom the lessons of Augustus’s reign have a concrete urgency. Both men, after all, built international empires …

Embattled and in over his head, Mark Zuckerberg should — at least — step down as Facebook chairman – The Washington Post

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg once set out a bit of digital-world wisdom that became his company’s informal motto: “Move fast and break things.” After the past week’s developments, the 34-year-old should declare mission accomplished — and find something else to do for the next few decades. Because he’s shown that …