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Few companies in the history of business have been pilloried like Facebook in the last two years. The list of offenses, largely self-inflicted, reads like a rap sheet.
It ignored its growing role in media and politics. It dismissed fake news as unimportant. It let fake accounts proliferate. It was too slow to find and shut down foreign hackers and spies. It allowed third parties to download and sell user data without telling anyone. And it was naive, defensive, and slow-footed in addressing these problems.