hard to envisage this trend being eliminated without platforms taking the issue more seriously. Jack Dorsey at Twitter repeatedly pulled up for his lack of action - see the Amnesty International Report on the treatment of women as an example. Yet they continue to do nothing of substance. This simple gives the platform and green light for some of the most disturbed and detestable behaviour -the likes of which I’m not sure has the physical equivalent. It’s so systemic the fundamentals need tackled. The continued inaction is inexplicable. Other than it’s good for business / engagement.
Ethics within the development of social media platform needs to be placed at the heart of what these companies do and if they don’t there should ultimately be means of revoking their license to operate
Last edited by Viva_Palmeiras; 29-01-2022 at 06:48 PM.
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